Stephens College has agreed to sell two properties to the Hagan Scholarship Foundation. Hillcrest Hall and the old Stephens Auditorium and Natatorium complex will be knocked down to make way for a new college-preparatory academy.
The Columbia School Board met Monday night and discussed enhanced enterprise zones. Procedures for candidate filing were accepted by the board. Filing opens at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Tigers senior forward Laurence Bowers has some impressive statistics so far this season, but coach Frank Haith thinks there's room for improvement in an area that can't be measured by numbers — leadership on the court.
Public safety, public transit and air service continue to be priorities for Mayor Bob McDavid.
The Missouri men's basketball team (8-1) won its two games last week, beating Southeast Missouri State 81-65 and Tennessee State 68-38.
The city paid $87,000 for the home; it plans to raze it and perhaps create a stormwater retention basin there.
This year's contest will feature a team judging system open to the public.
Under the new proposal, the state would fund 35 percent of an institution's operating costs. Of that, 90 percent would be automatic and the remaining 10 percent would depend on whether it meets specific performance goals.
Local Westlake Ace Hardware locations combined efforts to surprise Jayla Kemp, who is the Children's Miracle Network Champion Child for the state of Missouri.
When elections are over, the work of the voters is not any more over than for the persons elected to office. If we thought the issues and other reasons were worth voting for, we ought to ensure that they are addressed.
The Trailblazers defeated Jamestown 53-40 at home Monday night to improve to 2-2 on the season.
Freshman guard and Columbia native Marcus Whitt led the Cougars with 20 points, in an 111-38 victory, but the real show took place during a second half that featured several impressive dunks.
The woman who tricked a person with a disability into handing over thousands of dollars will go to prison before she begins paying restitution to the victim of her crime.
The Chabad Jewish Student Organization lit candles on a 9-foot tall menorah in the MU Student Center on Monday.
County officials divvy up responsibilities for the coming term.
Student-centric routes will either be suspended or cut back.
Although temperatures have dropped early this week, Columbia is still on track to have the warmest year on record.
Ms. Morrow studied abroad in New Zealand and graduated from MU with a biological science degree in 2010.
Accident victim remains in critical condition at University Hospital.