The nine-member board will be responsible for the fund, which was created when voters passed a sales tax increase in the November election.
Allison ended his candidacy after only ten days, saying he feared splitting votes with Sid Sullivan.
As employers look more toward social media to learn about job applicants, new methods for students to clean up their online images have emerged.
Tigers coach Frank Haith says he knows forward Tony Criswell can score, but he said the player also is "willing to do the dirty work."
City traffic engineers will present information about possible changes to Trinity Place and Allen Street at a public meeting on Tuesday.
The region comprises 20 Missouri counties and was created by a recent realignment of the extension program.
If it were easy, everyone would be writing headlines. Unfortunately, even the pros get caught up in mayhem and mishaps that show up in print or online.
Like many of you, I suspect, I’m skeptical that we can end this plague of gun violence. We can, however, and we must take the steps most likely to limit the damage.
The results of a medical examiner's report related to the Nov. 30 drowning of Arianna Alioto at a Northern Michigan University pool were released by the school Friday.
Daisy Grossnickle, chair of Columbia College Board of Trustees, has announced the presidential search timeline to follow Gerald T. Brouder's retirement effective Aug. 1.
Nathan Tiemeyer is a teaching pastor at The Crossing in Columbia. In this post, he reflects on four challenges of being a parent.
Former Missouri Supreme Court Judge Ann Covington says she wants to familiarize herself with the matters before the board in order to be knowledgeable and useful as much as possible.
Harold Glenn Virgen of Columbia died Wednesday, Jan. 16. He was 78.
Harold Virgen, 78, of Columbia, MO passed away Wednesday, January 16, 2013 in Columbia.
As Barack Obama enters his second term as president, he is sounding more confident, vowing a harder line on negotiations, relying more on trusted allies, promising less and expressing more cynicism about the grip of partisanship on Washington.
Ozarkapedia.org is an online magazine that features information and perspectives from residents who are elderly or who are knowledgeable about the Joplin area.
An administrator at a college in North Carolina will become the new president of Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
Missouri already caps purchases of medicines containing pseudoephedrine at 9 grams every 30 days.
At one point after the May 2011 tornado, the guard had 377 personnel in Joplin providing security, working traffic checkpoints and helping establish a mobile medical unit.
The legislature will not return until Tuesday afternoon because Monday marks the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.