Shane Epping shares the story of his family's journey, in text and photos, and of his daughter, who died one day before she was born.
The editor-in-chief of the Stephens College literary magazine Harbinger shares the reasons behind why she writes and what the magazine means for writers and readers alike.
Melinda Schnyder, a former Columbia resident, gives her advice on where to eat, drink and what to do outside if you are a first-time visitor to Columbia.
Jennifer Sprague, a mother of triplets, wrote this essay a year ago about the difficulties of obtaining medical benefits for same-sex couples while pregnant with her children.
Phil Pressey announced Wednesday that he will enter the NBA draft. Fans react and dissect his decision.
Local photographer John Hall documents an argument between Sally and Sylvester Sparrow, disgruntled tenants in one of the birdhouse properties John rents, as well as the doings of several other backyard animals.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares her short story "20th Century Mythology — Woman Still the Root of Evil" with the Columbia Missourian.
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In a sentence or a few paragraphs, let us know how you hope Battle will be known a year from now.
Bill Wickersham gives his opinion on media coverage of UFO phenomena, which he has been interested in for more than 50 years.
Antoine Matondo shares thoughts on PS:Gallery's newest exhibit, which began on April 2 and showcases renewal and rebirth as represented by six artists.
Blue herons and lesser yellowleg sandpipers are the recent focus of John Hall's photography.
Joe G. Dillard shares a story about a lawn mower accident, during which he learned how to make homemade confetti.
Ed Irwin, who retired from the Navy in 1982, is now the commander for the United States Submarine Veterans, Inc. base in Jefferson City.
Columbia residents took to online outlets to express their feelings toward the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau's new logo and slogan, which was unveiled April 4.
John Hall sights a relative of the Mourning Dove, the Eurasion Collared-Dove, in his backyard along with some squirrels and Purple Finches.
I can’t imagine what my senior year would have been without my DMamily. We laughed together, we yelled at each other, and we pushed each other to our limits. So much of what we did this year was building– we tried new things, and just had to trust that we would either figure it out, or not mess up too badly.
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Derrick Fogle has taken a picture every day this year of the same spot at Flat Branch. Check out the collection of time-lapse photos here.
Amanda McCutchen shares her love of St. Louis Cardinals baseball.