Brad Bryan, a third-generation religious leader in Columbia, views a program that helps feed those in need as one of the many reasons the city is special.
Labor Day gives workers a chance to celebrate and critique their work. Share what you wish people understood about doing your job.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff shares his take on the Missouri wine industry.
No one is really sure what Isaac will do. But Missouri native Eliot Thomas decided to evacuate from New Orleans, where he's in law school, and is seeking refuge in Texas until Isaac passes.
Readers of the Columbia Missourian have given of their time, expertise and experience. They have helped make the newspaper what it is: an award-winning publication that trains the next generation of journalists across the world.
Submariner Warren Forrest discusses unique skills acquired through naval service.
The Columbia Missourian has created applications that will give readers new ways to access content on smart phones and tablets. The apps are accompanying a change to an experimental pay model.
The Millers were married Aug. 18, 1962, at St. Clement Catholic Church in Bowling Green.
Jessica Kohler, who works from home, writes of her time spent away at a work retreat, which helped her find her place on her team of co-workers.
Columbia College shows its support to the troops through its veteran homecoming events.
Between classes and extracurricular activities, college life gets busy and eating well can sometimes fall by the wayside. Here are some tips on how to be prepared with healthy snacks for the busy times.
Downtown Columbia restaurant, Trey Bistro, offers ingredient-diverse meals made from local goods.
Missouri resident John Hall captures scenic shots from around mid-Missouri, as well as animals welcoming a long-awaited cool morning.
Daniel Boone Regional Library invited young adults to submit their nighttime-inspired photographs as part of the "Own the Night" Teen Summer Reading Program. Crystal Hayden, Laurel Royer, and Laury Lopez won the contest.
With the return to school comes the back-to-school expenses. Share how you manage the costs and decide what activities to participate in.
Photographer John Hall caught some strange sights on camera early this morning. First, he photographed a moon that looked like a flying trashcan. Then, with a little more coffee, he photographed the man in the moon.
Scott Rowson, who writes the blog Show-Me Eats, shares his review of West Broadway's new Chinese restaurant, Bamboo Terrace.
A reception will be held Aug. 26 at Hallsville Baptist Church to honor the occasion.
Joe G. Dillard, who recently published his first humorous autobiography, shares the true tale of a curious dog who consumed his book.
Photographer John Hall's camera returns, but not exactly as he expected it.