Native Columbian Billie Silvey gets a quick glimpse and snaps some photos of a fledgling bluebird on her deck.
Missourian reader John Hall shares pictures of two wrens he named Wesley and Wilma.
High school and college staff members, Columbia City Council members, Columbia School Board members and MU alumni share advice for those graduating in May.
Tyler Clark will become Tolton's first boys basketball coach. Clark previously coached at New Bloomfield and South Shelby high schools.
At MU's Senior Send Off, the Missourian asked seniors what advice they would give to their freshmen selves. For the graduates out there, what advice would you have given yourself?
Each year, the Mid-Missouri Chapter of the Missouri Restaurant Association awards scholarships to MU hospitality management majors who have shown exceptional promise in working toward a career in the culinary arts.
The program, which serves nutritional lunches to children in Douglass Park each summer, began in 2001 and provides approximately 4,000 meals each year.
We asked a class of fifth-graders what their mothers have taught them while they learned about newspapers at the Missourian on Tuesday morning.
John Hall prefers to take pictures, not be in them. This week he shares his thoughts on photographs of ominous skies, baby birds and toadstools in his front lawn. He also laments about a less than flattering pose captured in a picture that went with a feature article about his effort to preserve the Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri Baseball League.
As part of the 28th Annual Partners In Education Week, Oakland Junior High School students from Jody Spriggs' classes display their artwork at galleries in downtown.
Christopher Ghan met Missouri U.S. Senator Jack Danforth in 1992 as a small child, but 20 years later they met up again at Ghan's college graduation ceremony May 5.
Monir Shababi shares her reflections on the luckiest day of her life, when she survived a bombing during the Iran-Iraq war in January 1987.
The Rev. Molly Housh Gordon, 27, will become the next settled minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia. She is the youngest minister in the congregation's 61-year history.
Since 2004, the Missourian has published stories straight from community members on MyMissourian.com. In February, the newspaper took a huge step in bringing those stories to the main website in a new section called From Readers.
The ShowMe Music Club is trying to raise money to buy a piano for Boys & Girls Town, an organization devoted to helping neglected or abused children.
T. Gale Thompson has lived in three countries, served in the Army with Elvis Presley, and taught a semester at sea.
Haley Heuer, who will graduate from Harrisburg High School this year, signed a letter of intent to run track with the University of Central Missouri.
Missourian reader John Hall shares pictures of the backyard bluebirds he named Lester and Lessie.
John Hall shares photos he provided to a teacher who wanted to use some of the images as inspiration in a painting workshop.
The Missourian asked attendees: What issues do you think contribute to youth and gang violence in Columbia and how do you plan to silence the violence?