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City Council extends sign moratorium for three months, annexes land for mobile home park

The initial moratorium on the lighted window signs was passed in October to last for six months.

Arvarh Strickland's legacy remembered at candlelight vigil

MU students drew inspiration Monday night at a candlelight vigil for Arvarh Strickland outside the MU hall named for him.

Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith says bank account was accessed during NCAA investigation

A court petition filed Monday by Frank Haith's lawyer and acquired by CBS Sports says Bank of America allowed unauthorized access to Frank Haith's bank account during the time the NCAA was investigating the University of Miami, where Haith used to coach.

 

Collegiate Housing Partners looks to develop new site

Collegiate Housing Partners, based in St. Louis, submitted plans last week to develop a six-story student housing building on 1.25 acres south of Conley Avenue between Fourth and Fifth streets.

Owner of Ash Street Place apartments sued

In the lawsuit, a resident displaced by the April fire says he wouldn't have signed a lease if he'd known the building contained asbestos and didn't meet the fire code requirement for pull-down alarms.

Rock Bridge baseball quiets Hickman bats in rivalry win

Sophomore Chandler Wyatt's four strong innings helped the Bruins put the Kewpies away 4-2 on Monday in the rivals' lone regular season game.

Stephens College's Dani Kelley keeps on running

Stephens College two-sport athlete Dani Kelley came back to play two sports after suffering offseason injuries on consecutive days last summer.

UPDATE: The Tiger Hotel seeks sidewalk registration area

The project, which started as an initiative to beautify parts of downtown, would include a new brick layout, street trees and a heated sidewalk.

MU to award 5,902 degrees on graduation weekend

The degrees include 4,218 bachelor’s degrees, 1,043 master’s degrees, 278 doctorates, 126 law degrees, 36 education specialist degrees, 99 medical degrees and 102 veterinary medicine degrees.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: HIV/AIDS disease surveillance

The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services compiles statistics on the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases throughout the state.

Hickman girls soccer team ends losing streak against Smith-Cotton

Kelsey Mirts is one of eight freshmen to make Hickman's varsity soccer roster, but a lot of credit is given to the seniors' leadership.

Missouri men's golfers earn spot in NCAA tournament

The Tigers are headed to Columbus, Ohio, for the first stage of the NCAA Tournament, a three-day regional event.

Missouri's Thomas receives fifth weekly SEC honor after pitching no-hitter

For the fifth time this season, Missouri’s Chelsea Thomas has been named Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Week, which puts her in the company of former Tennessee pitcher Monica Abbott as the only two pitchers in conference history to earn five weekly awards in a single season.

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Rock Bridge golf team advances to state tournament

The three Bruins golfers placed in the top five to win the Class 4 Sectional tournament Monday at Eagle Knoll Golf Course in Hartsburg.

Olympian Streete-Thompson is in his third season as Missouri track and field coach

Kareem Streete-Thompson competed in three Olympic Games and seven World Championships as a sprinter and jumper before he got into coaching.

Hickman boys tennis beats Helias in first round of district tournament

The Kewpies play Jefferson City in the semifinals Tuesday. 

MU medical students win award at national competition

One hundred hours of preparation paid off with a $7,500 group scholarship for the MU team's presentation on how to improve health care for patients with COPD.

Local letter carriers stick together through Postal Service upheaval

Despite massive technological upheaval and financial chaos that threaten the future of the U.S. Postal Service, local letter carriers keep the personal connections from their routes intact.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Three cheers for Speaker Tim Jones' leadership on education

Despite the fact that funding per student has more than doubled since the Missouri Outstanding Schools Act of 1993, achievement has remained flat.

Missouri's prevailing wage overhaul sent to governor

The Missouri General Assembly passed a bill Monday that would change the way wage requirements are calculated for construction projects in rural counties. Missouri's prevailing wage for public works projects is calculated for each construction trade on a county-by-county basis.

 

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