Despite the dreary weather, birds of all kinds were out to play and flowers continued to bloom. Reader John Hall shares his photos from the weekend.
Doodling can aid a person’s memory by expending just enough energy to keep one from daydreaming, which demands a lot of the brain’s processing power.
To commemorate the 68th anniversary of Exercise Tiger, events are being planned in mid-Missouri, including a ceremony at VFW Post 280 in Columbia on April 28.
MU student Dustin Mazzio shares a video and photos from an exciting weekend trip spent chasing tornadoes near Salina, Kan.
John Hall contemplates gas prices and shares photos of his mid-Missouri surroundings.
Volunteer Columbia held its annual Cleanup Columbia event Saturday morning.
The Hickman varsity and junior varsity lacrosse squads both fell to Springfield last weekend.
Tyler Freeman remembers his friend Cole Steelman, one of 14 students being commemorated today at MU Remembers.
A Columbia Girl Scout troop has been doing activities around trash and recycling.
Ginger Stringer and her friends took a bike ride from Flat Branch Park to Twin Lakes.
Bill Hobbs celebrated his 80th birthday with family, friends and cupcakes.
Anna Steely explains the meaning behind dreams about being naked.
Crepes can be made quickly and easily and can be used in a variety of dishes.
On the day before Easter, reader John Hall saw his irises come to life.
Columbia parents and their children participated in the egg hunt by collecting plastic eggs that had candy in them.
We would like to hear from you about your experiences in and feelings about early childhood foreign language learning.
With the cooler temperatures, reader John Hall knows summer isn't quite here yet.
John Hall frequently photographs his mid-Missouri surroundings, and he has been sharing his images with the Missourian for several years.
Hickman High School senior Lauren Guillory earned a four-year scholarship to Columbia College worth $96,816.