The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture is a not-for-profit organization that teaches people how to grow their own food through programs at its Urban Farm, in backyards and in the community.
FROM READERS: Missouri Department of Conservation offers dove hunting opportunity across Central Missouri
Steven Noll, a Wildlife Management Biologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation, gives tips for dove hunting across central Missouri.
As many gardeners know, zucchini are more than plentiful this time of year. Missourian reader Joe Dillard shares some advice about what to do with the surplus fruit.
MU junior Elise Schmelzer reflects on her own experience with depression and the impact of Robin Williams death.
Carl Kenney had to take a new approach to sermons at Bethel Church.
The toast reflects a conversation Nancy had with Gale Welliver Stone during one of their last visits at Gale's home.
Stephens College student Molly Wallace describes how fostering dogs from Second Chance helped her anxiety about school.
The couple are planning a May 24, 2015, wedding at Peace Lutheran Church in Washington, Missouri.
The organization has been providing non-profit care for 46 years. Ellis Fischel Cancer Center will be at Hometown Homecare, in Fayette,on September 2 from 8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. to perform mammograms on site
John Hall, who has been sharing his images with the Missourian for several years, frequently photographs his mid-Missouri surroundings.
The Freshman Research in Plant Sciences program at MU exposes new college students to plant biology research.
Volunteers at the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri share their experience.
Nebihah Maqbool, a medical student at MU, wrote this post in anticipation of Ramadan for Columbia Faith & Values. Muslims will celebrate the end of the fast Monday.
Campers at Truman Leadership Camp performed community service for a week and say what giving back to the community means to them.
Missourian reader Norma Schmitz shares her experience at a new house of worship in town.
A dedication ceremony will be held on Sunday in Callaway County. The event is set to feature honor and color guards of uniformed reenactors, a bagpiper, a fired salute and more.
Are you involved with a community organization or church? The Missourian is interested in sharing stories of service to the community. Tell us what volunteering means to you in however you give back.
The center relies heavily on volunteers to explain the process of growing food to visitors.
"Player buddy" finds the Daniel Boone Little League program to be just as rewarding for the volunteers as it is for the children.
As of Friday, employees at other businesses in the shopping center haven't seen anyone at the restaurant in nearly a week.