Lindsay Lewis shares the inspiration and plans for Homegrown Art Show, which will take place May 5 at Mojo's.
The Missourian is working on a series of stories dealing with progress and growth, and we want to get our readers' perspectives on issues such as traffic, housing and schools.
John Hall shares photos of a tree being cut down in his backyard and the birds that came to check on what happened to part of their habitat.
Lori Campbell, a former MU student, shares her special connection to the house she lived in during the summer before her senior year. The building, formerly on Paquin Street, has since been demolished.
Efforts to make a more energy efficient Columbia are underway due to the work of environmental organizations in the city. On March 23 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Columbia citizens will turn off their lights and other electrical devices to celebrate Earth Hour.
MU senior Eric Staszczak recently took a leap of faith and brought a 2-year-old cat home with him.
Whether their teams won or lost, fans of Missouri men's basketball, Columbia College men's basketball, Rock Bridge girls basketball and Hickman boys basketball took to Twitter to root for their schools.
Are you especially proud of your first-time little-leaguer? Do you have words of public thanks for a dedicated coach? Help us tell your stories.
Pam Hinton is an associate professor of nutrition and exercise physiology at MU. She details the potential costs and benefits of starting a Paleo diet for endurance athletes.
Joe Bradley found ways to help kindergartners at St. Thomas More Newman Center understand what it means for the Catholic Church to have a new pope.
Photographer shares photos from a late winter's day.
Shakespeare's is holding a 15 percent Back At Ya on Thursday to raise money to send members of Students' Say to New York.
What places in Columbia do you want to make sure get remembered, preserved or celebrated? As Columbia grows and changes, we want to hear from you.
Dianna O'Brien, a freelance writer, shares her thoughts on historical preservation and the properties added to the Columbia Historic Preservation Commission's 2013 Most Notable Properties list.
We want to know what you think of the stories we're covering and which stories you wish we would cover.
Pat Brown, the chair of the oratorical committee and member of the Downtown Optimist Club, shares the first, second and third place winners of the 2012-13 oratorical contest.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares her latest poem, which is inspired by the warmer weather Columbia experienced over the weekend.
MU graduate Steve Coller tells of his service with the Army Security Agency in Vietnam and what lessons he learned from it.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares some verse that has helped her learn vocabulary in Spanish.
This year’s awards will be presented at 6:30 p.m. March 9 at Conservation Auditorium. Women are recognized for humanitarian work and work in education, politics or creative arts.