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MU announced Mack Rhoades would be its new athletics director on Monday, March 9. Rhoades will be replacing Mike Alden, who announced his resignation in January.
The department administers about 10,000 acres in Boone County. Its website features a searchable atlas of the state's conservation land, including the wildlife people can expect to find there.
John Diehl, R-Town and Country, started his term as speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives in January 2015. He has represented District 89, which covers parts of St. Louis County, since 2009.
The 3,031-seat Taylor Stadium is home to the Missouri baseball and softball teams. Simmons Field, the name of the actual playing surface, was named Field-of-the-Year in 1993 by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Rep. Chuck Basye, R-Rocheport, represents the 47th district in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Second Ward Councilman Michael Trapp has traveled the country, but ultimately he decided to make Columbia his home.
Kip Kendrick is the Missouri state representative for the 45th District, which includes Boone County. He was elected to his first term in office on Nov. 6, 2014, replacing previous Rep. Chris Kelly.
The Rev. Clyde Ruffin, who announced Jan. 20 that he would run for the open First Ward City Council seat, is the senior pastor at Second Missionary Baptist Church and a professor and chair of the MU Department of Theatre.
Mike Alden is the director of athletics at MU.
Fifth Ward Councilwoman Laura Nauser initially ran for Columbia City Council in 2005 on a whim, submitting her petition just before midnight the day it was due.
Third Ward Columbia Councilman Karl Skala began his civic involvement by establishing the Hominy Branch Neighborhood Association.
Guitar Street, which once ran between Walnut Street and Broadway at the current location of the Daniel Boone City Building, no longer exists but was influential in the early days of Columbia.
Grass Roots Organizing works to promote change in the Columbia community and to protect the rights of its residents.
Mizzou Wishmakers on Campus partners with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help raise money to grant children's wishes.
GetAbout Columbia encourages residents to walk and bike more often.
The Columbia Restoration Project is a volunteer group run by the city of Columbia. The group aims to support the Parks and Recreation Department in managing aquatic plants and shorelines.
Alpha Epsilon Pi, commonly known as AEPi, has been the largest Jewish fraternity in North America.
Refugee and Immigration Services is a branch of the Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City that works to help people acclimate to new cultures and communities.
Mary Hussman is a long-time activist in the Columbia community. Before she retired, she was recognized by both chambers of the Missouri legislature for her efforts.
The nonprofit theater has been staging productions since 1961.