Schulte siblings anchor distance events for Rock Bridge track team

Rock Bridge siblings Megan and Evan Schulte run long distance track events to stay in shape for cross country during its offseason.

Although their personalities might be very different from each other, Megan and Evan Schulte follow the same path as distance runners for the Bruins.

Lucky's Farmers Market to open store in former Osco Building

The Boulder, Colo., grocer, which emphasizes organic foods, seeks to expand aggressively in the Midwest.


Columbia runners to show support for Boston

Participants are encouraged to wear Boston-themed clothing to support the city after bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon on April 15.

Columbia golfer Joe Bradley's hole-in-one caught on camera

Columbia golfer Joe Bradley sank his first hole-in-one Sunday afternoon at Oak Hills golf course in Jefferson City. His friend happened to videotape it. 

Blue Ridge Elementary celebrates Earth Day with new gardens

The Blue Ridge Elementary School built four raised beds for its community garden that the kindergartners will work on. Other Earth Day celebrations included a trail hike and a talk about prairies.

City pays nothing to American Airlines from revenue guarantee in March

Passenger numbers on flights to Chicago and Dallas continue to run high, the city said.

University Hospital patient damages room, faces three charges

The charges could lead to probation if the patient has no criminal record.

Sodium hydroxide spilled at Waco Road

The substance was contained and did not enter any waterways.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: District report cards compare data between Columbia Public Schools, state

You can use the report cards to access district data and how it compares with statewide numbers.

Concealed carry permit numbers climb in Boone County

Some people seeking certification for a concealed carry permit said they were motivated by recent federal proposals to tighten gun restrictions, as well as concerns about their personal safety.

THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: Boston bombings, homicide arrests, storms

The most-read stories of this week involved information on the Boston Marathon bombings, the arrest of two men in connection to the homicide of Brian Daniels and Wednesday's storm that produced golf ball-sized hail.

Columbia College's Boehme, Hayes win final AMC softball awards of season

Freshman Amber Boehme earned the Pitcher of the Week award, and junior Marli Hayes was named Player of the Week.

Gerrion Grim, redshirt freshman, leaves Missouri baseball

Redshirt freshman pitcher Gerrion Grim said the decision was based on his "development as a player." He plans on continuing that development at the junior college level.

Fitch's home run helps to igninte sleeping Hickman bats in win over Fatima

The Kewpies, whose bats were initially held in check by Comets pitcher Patrick Schnieders, broke out late in the game for their 10th win.

Missouri baseball cancels Tuesday's game against Murray State

This is the fifth game that Missouri has not played because of weather this season. The Tigers will host Missouri State on Wednesday. 

Missouri softball pitcher Chelsea Thomas receives fourth SEC honor this season

The senior pitcher leads all SEC players in weekly awards.

Columbia College senior Mitch Gosney enjoys role as the Cougars' softball PA announcer

With the Columbia College Cougars' remaining home games dwindling, senior Mitch Gosney's days as PA announcer will soon come to a close. He'll miss it, he says.

Rock Bridge boys golf team struggles at Capital City Invitational

Jackson Dubinski, Matt Echelmeier, Sam Harrison and Jack Knoesel all shot 81 on a underwhelming day for the Bruins.  


Randy Norton, Missouri women's basketball associate head coach, going to UAB

Former Missouri women's basketball associate head coach Randy Norton, who had been on coach Robin Pingeton's staff for the past 10 seasons, has accepted the head coaching position at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. 

Wallace Gordon Hartley, July 5, 1926 — April 20, 2013, of Columbia

Wallace Gordon Hartley, 86, of Columbia, died Saturday, April 20, 2013, at his home in Columbia