Reader Mary Jo Roberts, Dr. Marjorie Southard Roberts and Merlin Wood contribute this tribute to Eliot Battle, a longtime Columbia educator who died Tuesday.
Brady Deaton, who has served nearly a decade in the post, announced his retirement Wednesday.
Christina Kari Salmon and Daniel Jacob Hopkins were married at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 23, 2013, at the First Christian Church in Columbia.
A student living in a dormitory for fall and spring semesters would pay $260 more a year.
Bailey Owen and Trever Ratliff have gone to school together since kindergarten and both got into roping at the high school level, so they teamed up.
The UM System Board of Curators voted unanimously Thursday evening to extend medical, dental, vision and other benefits to same-sex partners of UM employees if they meet certain criteria.
Reports indicate some Columbia workers have lost their jobs.
Kyle Gillespie is a self-taught beatboxer.
In April, the team headed to Oklahoma and chased two storms to Lawton, Okla.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton, who said Wednesday he would retire from the position on Nov. 15, took time Thursday to discuss his career and his future plans for working on world food security issues.
The council is leaning toward an option that calls for three 161-kilovolt transmission lines to run from the proposed Mill Creek substation to three existing power stations. The Water and Light Department also presented a potential layout for partially underground lines.
Battle was a regular and prominent attendee of the church and became associated with his favorite hymn, "It Is Well with My Soul."
Eliot Battle's lone recommendation allowed Jana. L. Earnest Wilson to attend college.
As part of cuts across BJC Healthcare's 13 hospitals, Boone Hospital Center is losing 13 full-time employees.
Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith, the former coach at Miami, is charged with a failure-to-monitor violation.
The two bills signed by Gov. Nixon will extend the period of care for young adults in foster care and provide additional educational support.
Six MU faculty members were among those scheduled to receive awards during a banquet hosted by the University of Missouri System Board of Curators and UM System President Tim Wolfe on Thursday evening.
There is nothing as rich as the development and remembrance of a shared experience. On the other hand, there is nothing as frustrating as a lack of unity in an experience or endeavor requiring it.
The Caring People holds support groups, training sessions and celebration events for mothers and children.