The Missourian expects to hold chats around town and invites the public to attend. Editors want to hear your ideas and complaints about the Missourian, and you might want to air them.
How do we want our city to grow – up or out? What’s the proper balance between preservation and development?
The Tigers hope to solve their shooting woes by taking longer possessions and making better decisions than they did Tuesday against South Carolina.
When Missouri swimming coach Greg Rhodenbaugh arrived nearly three years ago, he saw plenty of talent in need of cultivation. Dominique Bouchard and Cassie Cunningham, now seniors, helped him turn the program around.
Last summer's drought led to a record increase in the number of deer killed during the most recent bowhunting season.
Columbia's Historic Preservation Commission will hold a public hearing Thursday to seek alternative solutions to a road construction project in the Grasslands that would demolish eight homes.
Frequent contributor John Hall shares thoughts and memories of the recently deceased Cardinals legend Stan Musial from friends, family and former minor league baseball players across the country.
An attic fire at the Trapp Law Firm was extinguished Thursday night after being called in by a courthouse employee.
James Woods was convicted Thursday night on six counts of robbery, burglary and elder abuse. He faces a minimum sentence of 55 years.
Ten speakers presented at the #BOOM Entrepreneurial Event, which incorporated technology and social media.
A bus transporting students from Lee Elementary School hit a tree Friday afternoon. There were no injuries.
The victim received a head injury but was not hospitalized, a police spokesperson said.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Department will hold a public meeting on Jan. 31 to discuss a proposed master plan for the Waters-Moss Wildlife Nature Area on Old 63.
Technological advancements have ousted low-skill laborers and prompted increases in education and training for workers throughout history. Economists and researchers warn, however, that the newest wave of automation may be different.
Marion "Roke" Crane served in World War II, operated a farm and made time to play games with his family.
Terry Lewis Bush of Columbia died Wednesday, Jan 23. He was 51.
Shirley George of Columbia died Thursday, Jan. 24. She was 78.
Graveside Services will be held at 1 pm, Monday, January 28, 2013 at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at Memorial Funeral Home from 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. with a service immediately following.