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Council, residents disagree on solution for Clark Lane problems

The city has said sidewalks will be installed in the future but the shoulder proposal is necessary to ensure safe pedestrian travel in the meantime. The city said it can't build sidewalks now because of jurisdictional, geological and financial reasons.

Twitter users celebrate Missouri football win against Ole Miss

The Missouri Tigers beat the Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford, Miss., in the second-to-last game of the regular season. Here's what some fans had to say on Twitter.

Tales from 'The Grove': An inside look at Ole Miss' biggest tradition

The Grove at Ole Miss is one of college football's greatest traditions. Dominated by sly tactics and unwritten rules, the transformation from muddy park to a sea of tents tells a deeper story than you might think.

Missouri men's swimming wins Mizzou Invite

Several Missouri swimmers set school records at the three-day event.

Columbia College men's basketball never loses lead, defeats Hope

The Cougars defeated Hope 82-63 in a game that averaged a foul almost every minute. 

Columbia College women's basketball defeats Saint Mary

The Columbia College women's basketball team defeated the University of Saint Mary 116-49 on Saturday in its final day at the Saint Mary Classic.

184 soccer teams descend on Hickman High for Show-Me State Games

Hickman High School's football field was divided into 10 small soccer fields for the Show-Me State Games SoccerFest tournament Saturday and Sunday. 

TIGERS REPORT LIVE: Missouri defeats Ole Miss 24-10

The Missouri Tigers defeated the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday evening in Oxford, Miss. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.

FROM THE NEWSROOM: 6 questions and answers about the Missourian's membership model

The Missourian instituted a membership model for access to its digital content, online and on mobile/tablet devices, in the fall of 2012.

Sporting KC advances to MLS Cup Final

With a first-half equalizer from C.J. Sapong and Dom Dwyer's game-winner in the 63rd minute, Sporting advanced to its first MLS Cup Final since 2004 with a 2-1 victory.

Humane Society program reduces animals' stress

The society in Cape Girardeau has begun a kennel enrichment program to reduce the stress for animals. The program includes music, activities and more.

Feds use fraud cases to pitch corruption hotline

Michael Kaste, the special agent in charge of the FBI's Kansas City office, U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson of Missouri and U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom of Kansas met with members of the media Thursday in Kansas City, to encourage people to assist in uncovering misdeeds by public officials.

Abraham Lincoln made Thanksgiving official, 150 years ago

Abraham Lincoln was the first president who designated Thanksgiving as a national holiday. In 1941, Congress authorized to switch the date from the last Thursday in November to the fourth Thursday of the month.

Missouri National Guard handling IDs for same-sex spouses

A Pentagon policy taking effect in early September makes same-sex spouses of gay military members eligible for health care and other benefits that also are available to opposite-sex partners.

Former MU professor James Allen Irvin dies at 75

Former MU professor and administrator, James Allen Irvin dies at 75.

James Allen Irvin, Aug. 8, 1938 — Nov. 22, 2013

James Allen Irvin of Columbia died November 22, 2013. He held several positions at the University of Missouri, including director of counseling services and director of alumni services.

Thomas Hovey served multiple tours in Vietnam, practiced anesthesia

Mr. Hovey served multiple tours in Vietnam and served in the military for more than 30 years.

Thomas "Tom" Hovey, Dec. 17, 1930 — Nov. 22, 2013

Colonel Thomas C. “Tom” Hovey died on November 22, 2013. He served the military and was promoted to captain.

Police arrest three after serving search warrant

Police searching for stolen property found drugs, drug paraphernalia and a gun in a Columbia residence, leading to three arrests.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Organizations work together to reduce hunger

Community Kitchen, Inc. partnered with Rural Development to address issues of hunger and food insecurity in Missouri.

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