Thousands of Missouri fans filed into Memorial Stadium Sunday for the 11th annual Football Fan Day. Players and coaches mingled among the fans, signed autographs and took pictures.
Former Douglass High graduates came in from as far away as the Bahamas and Los Angeles to meet up with old friends and make some new ones at the Black and White Ball in Columbia.
Some attendees stressed the importance that supporting programs for youth, like basketball games and talent shows, could have in addressing problems of crime.
By Aug. 22, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reopened the Missouri River to navigation. By Oct. 8, the Missouri River was below flood stage.
The week's most read stories included a story about a Kim Boyer, diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and her friends supporting her by riding Bike MS for her in September. Also, there was a story about some Aspen Heights residents being forced to live in other apartment complexes and still having to pay rent.
Missourian photographers took pictures at the Organic Production Field Day and Columbia Farmers' Market.
Major innovations — forged by the struggles of the Great Recession and fostered by technology — are coming to higher education. "Massive Open Online Courses" are enrolling millions worldwide.
A 73-year-old missing hiker from Missouri was supposed to be out of the canyon July 28. He was found in Horseshoe Canyon on Saturday.
Cristo Rey Kansas City has had all of its graduating students accepted into college for the past three years.