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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.
Kyle Borland, a sophomore at Hallsville High School, broke the school record in pole vault on March 29.
From daytime suits to wedding dresses, take a look at spring women's fashions going back to 1947 in an exhibit at Stephens College's Lela Raney Wood Hall.
As a student, teacher, parent, neighbor or taxpayer, what do you want to know about Columbia's new high school? Weigh in here.
The couple was married March 30, 1963, at the First Christian Church in Columbus, Kansas, with the Rev. A. Jack Matthews performing the ceremony.
Unlike green beans, edamame plants ripen all pods simultaneously, making harvesting much easier.
The free, public screening is April 6 at Macklanburg Playhouse and will begin with a reception. Student directors will field questions from the audience after the show.
Lindsey Clifton discusses the Stephens College Children's School's cluster plan, which welcomes Stephens education majors into their classrooms.
Columbia resident Keener Tippin served in the Air Force and says his experiences there helped him deliver success in his professional and personal endeavors.
Ann Fieser, communications chair for the Hickman Lacrosse Club, shares an update about the Hickman boys lacrosse game against the Glendale Falcons.
Sprouts Plays for Living at Stephens College is an educational theatre program that has been helping elementary school students recognize and appreciate diversity.
We've compiled some Google Earth satellite images showing some of the changes visible from the sky. You can see those in this Facebook album.
MU junior Alisa Funk participated in Relay for Life on March 16. She walked in the event with her mother, a cancer survivor.
Compete against other fans and some of the Missourian's staff in the Columbia Missourian tournament group.
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.