What moment in Columbia sports from this year will you never forget?
Dagorhir is a Medieval Combat Sport many confuse with LARPing, or Live Action Roleplay. Medieval Combat Sports are different in that they are strictly skill based. You live or die entirely because of your skill with a blade, rather than a magic spell or arbitrary hit points.
Fourth- and fifth-graders at Fairview increased collections over the 2012 food drive.
The General Federation of Women's Clubs Tuesday Club was recognized at Missouri Girls Town for donations between $100,000 and $249,999.
The Fulton couple will celebrate five decades of marriage Nov. 9.
Lucky Inochii is a mouse who is fortunate to be alive. Angel Becker helped nurse the mouse back to health after it was tangled in its bed.
If you or someone you know has had to deal with not being able to afford food, please get in touch with reporter Andrew Brown. He is working on a series about how food insecurity affects Missouri residents.
Remember the ever-watching eyes of children and try to teach them the fundamental rules of basic citizenship.
Joy Randle was a friend of Almeta Crayton's, and she brought these photos to the Missourian's newsroom for us to share.
After a 1993 flood, a nearby gravel road was relocated and has aided in the deterioration of the tree.
Columbia resident Melissa Kron began fostering dogs four years ago. Now, she's on her 144th one and has no plans on stopping.
As a freshman, it can be hard to avoid the lures of Pokey Stix and Jingo's. Anti-MU22 is a Mizzou-recognized organization that promotes living a healthy lifestyle.
Ruth Brent Tofle, recipient of the 2013 Distinguished Faculty Award, acknowledges coming to MU as the moment she steered onto a global personal path — which has been dotted with journeys to Morocco, Tunisia and China — and learned to appreciate diversity.
We asked Mizzou grads: #MIZWhereRU? They told us when they graduated and where they ended up for this Homecoming collection.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff, Ph.D., reflects on how MU's Museum of Art and Archaeology, despite its transition to a new location, can still speak to the community.
On Monday, a group of local residents will launch the mid-Missouri chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby with a workshop.
Eric Tripp writes fantasy/adventure tales. The third and fourth books are scheduled to be published respectively on Nov. 12, 2013, and Dec. 13, 2014.
The center aims to save students money on potentially costly bike repairs, as well as educate them about the rights and responsibilities bikers have on the road.
Almeta Crayton believed in her community and the importance of being connected to the people living in it.