From Columbia they came, to the Missourian they went, to the From Readers section these poems were all sent.
David Shire is a teacher at Southern Boone High School. His former basketball coach taught him that life has more meaning when you're a part of something bigger than yourself.
People with disabilities and advocates gathered at the state capital on March 31 to promote disability rights and inclusion.
As a high school PE and health teacher and volleyball coach, Hannah Babcock helps students both on and off the court.
The group performs a wide variety of music, including Elvis Presley, Disney and Johann Sebastian Bach.
What was your first job in Columbia and how much did it pay?
The School of Metaphysics is offering free dream interpretation by phone this weekend.
Stephen Smith, the field and track program's director of operations, shares how th "Tiger Tough" mentality has influenced him.
High school teacher Gina McLachlan was the kind of child who would cry on the last day of school.
Students at Rock Bridge Elementary will reach for the stars at their Moon Landing Night on April 23.
Who was your favorite teacher in Columbia? Where and what did he or she teach?
Godwin doesn't title her work so that viewers can interpret her work in their own way.
Nicole Schroeder's younger brother, Matthew, has Down Syndrome, but she says he's still just like any other kid.
Kathryn Fishman-Weaver teaches at Rock Bridge High School. Her career in teaching started with a simple advertisement in Oakland, California, looking for teachers.
Cheryl Brewer worked at Blue Ridge Elementary Schoo for 28 years. It was her first and last job in Columbia.
The Missourian Community Outreach team asks Columbians to share what they did on Saturday nights when they were growing up in Columbia.
The "You Know You're From Columbia, Mo. When..." Facebook group started out small. Now it has more than 6,500 members and even more memories.
Henke's favorite teacher taught world history and had great stories to share.
Melania Rogers instilled a love of poetry in her daughter, Nancy, from a young age. The two women attended Favorite Poem Night together at Columbia College on April 7.
Steve DeVries and his wife fostered Olivia, a pregnant Chihuahua/Dachshund mix, through the Central Missouri Humane Society. Olivia gave birth to five puppies.