Wilmuth J. Cain of Columbia died Thursday, November 7, 2013 at Boone Hospital Center. She was 95.
Wilmuth J. Cain of Columbia died November 7, 2013. She was 95.
A series of events will take place in the Columbia area to recognize Veterans Day, including a vigil and parade put on by ROTC and a wreath laying ceremony that will include the Remembrance Day National Roll Call.
The Tigers will play the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday in Kentucky.
Jimmie Pope has been arrested in connection with an attempted sexual assault. The victim and another resident were seen screaming and running from the house where the incident occurred.
Ronnie White, former Missouri Supreme Court Judge, was nominated for a seat on the U.S. District Court. It is his third time to be nominated.
Due to cut-off communications, it was impossible to know the full extent of casualties and damage.
The Tigers won 16 events on Friday night. The men won 155-88 and now boast a 4-1 record, while the women won 139-97 and are now 2-3.
Stephens College cross country ends its season while Columbia College looks forward to the NAIA Championships on Nov. 23.
Such preparation helps Jefferson City, Cole County and Missouri crews effectively and efficiently clear and maintain roads during storms.
Allen Nicklasson, who was given the death penalty, is set to be executed next month.
The community united for Chad Stover, a high school football player who has been hospitalized with an injured brain from a playoff game last week.
Seventy percent of the respondents reported they have or are currently in the process of implementing the standards.
Kelly Glossip lost his long-term partner, Missouri Highway Patrol Cpl. Dennis Engelhard, after Engelhard was struck by an SUV while responding to a traffic accident on Christmas Day in 2009. Missouri gave none of Engelhard's pension to Glossip because they were not technically married. Through a resilient strength and faith, Glossip hopes his bleak present will lead to a brighter future.
Diego Gross and Tina Natorp Gross recently held a practice polo session at their Catawissa ranch. The game, Tina said, isn't just for the wealthy.
Weatherby Lake resident Bob Borman remembers the days when quail season was a big deal. But even though the number of participants has plunged, his zeal for the sport has not.
That Missouri coach Haith will return from his suspension is a certainty. But just what type of team to expect when he does, remains a mystery.
Rock Bridge is scheduled to face Francis Howell Central in a Class 6, District 3 semifinal. Francis Howell Central has one of the top running backs in the state in Kendall Morris.
Under the proposed city ordinance, someone caught growing up to six marijuana plants for personal use would not be issued a criminal drug conviction, but rather a fine of $250 or less.
Prosecution of all violations that occurred after Aug. 19 have been temporarily suspended in accordance with a ruling by the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District.