The Missourian is collecting stories from people who remember what it was like in mid-Missouri 20 years ago.
Local photographer John Hall captures both the red, white and blue of the outdoor world and his Fourth of July festivities.
FROM READERS: Father and Adapted Gymnastics co-coordinator reflects on Tiger Academy Gymnastics' impact
As Tiger Academy Gymnastics prepares to move, Jeffrey Krug, the co-coordinator of the Adapted Gymnastics program, reflects on what his involvement has meant to him.
College Park Christian Preschool celebrated Fourth of July on July 3 with a patriotic parade.
Several hundred people met at the home of the former principal of West Junior High School, Dr. Sandra Logan, to celebrate her retirement on Saturday, June 29.
Toby Jo Asel and Bradley Jay Dible were married on August 4, 2012, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Coaches and sponsors are still needed to accommodate the number of players who would like to play.
John Nowell left an impression on Mary Jo Roberts despite being a few years behind her at MU's former Laboratory School.
Frequent Missourian commenter Derrick Fogle shares his thoughts on the Supreme Court's ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act and the Voting Rights Act.
Communities around the topics of Columbia, Mizzou and Missouri on Reddit are talking about different things such as a recent shooting, luxury housing and if Missouri is considered southern.
Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares a tale based on the proverb that says you should "never look a gift horse in the mouth."
Columbia resident Robert Stinnett wrote about the Supreme Court's Defense of Marriage Act and Proposition 8 decisions, "In an instant, a huge weight had been lifted for gay people everywhere."
Charlotte Dean writes of Eliot Battle's friendship and family pride. Read more reader tributes, and share your own, here.
Gene Robertson delivered this eulogy at the memorial service for his friend Darrell Foster, who died June 17.
Columbia residents took the opportunity to tweet photos of the moon and discuss its pros and cons. If you missed it last night, the next time you'll be able to see a moon as big will be in August 2014.
Frequent contributor John Hall shares some photos from the last days of spring.
Patrick Lee recently made his 168th Red Cross blood donation, earning him a 21-gallon pin. He shares what he's learned from 45 years of blood donations.
In its second year, Woodhaven's Red Carpet Gala collected 880 pounds of food for the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri.
We asked readers to describe their fathers, and they responded with stories and photos of dear old dad.
We're doing some reporting on the ways people in Columbia are reducing their impact on the environment. Will you share your perspective?