The Good Shepherd Lutheran School's Cornerstone Committee hosted a gala dinner and auction to celebrate the school's 10th anniversary.
John Hall shares pictures of blue jays in his backyard.
Centro Latino is holding spring dinner and movie nights as part of their health literacy program. The dinners look delicious – fresh, hardy, plant-based fare. The films are the sort that prompt much discussion and reflection.
Occupy COMO member organizers will host May Day activities at noon on May 1 in front of Daniel Boone City Building.
John Hall, who frequently photographs mid-Missouri and shares photographs with the Missourian, describes his process for photographing various birds on a spring day.
Ryan Siegel is a college student interning with College Work Painting, a program that gives participants the opportunity to run their own painting business.
Qigong Grandmaster Dr. Effie Chow will speak in Columbia on May 4 in Allen Auditorium on the MU campus.
The team will travel to St. Louis for games Saturday against Lindbergh and John Burroughs School.
Clyde Bentley shares his photos from the University of Missouri Reserve Officers' Training Corps annual "Dining Out" banquet.
John Hall shares photographs of peonies, yellow roses and irises blooming in his backyard.
He was killed in a car accident in December, a time of year the river isn't so welcoming, so family and friends decided to hold a celebration of life and memorial service in the spring, when Tracy would have typically been getting the boat out of storage for another year of fun.
Readers told us who deserves recognition for their work with kids in Columbia. Whom would you nominate?
Missourian readers told us what they think kids in Columbia need.
Rock Bridge High School's softball team made Missouri State Fast Pitch Softball Coaches Association's Academic All State Squad for its cumulative GPA of 3.615.
John Hall shares photos of his peony garden, which bloomed early this year.
Freedom Movement at Mizzou is part of a nationwide campus campaign calling for action against the injustice of modern-day slavery, particularly, human trafficking. The movement’s purpose and hope is to raise awareness among college students about the realities of modern-day slavery and impassion them to join the fight.
MU students designed a real-world campaign to promote the 2012 Honda Civic Coupe in a marketing class.
The concert will be at 7 p.m. May 5 and feature music from Central and South America.
MU student Trisha Han took a trip to Bahamas, and she shared her photos from the trip with the community.
Rebekah Laupp chose to follow her brother, who swam for Drury from 2008-11, to the Division II swimming and diving powerhouse.