Bryan P. Bradford writes about his promotion to commander of the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 202 of Columbia.
Aline Kultgen, civil liberties co-chair for the League of Women Voters of Columbia, discusses her motivations for being politically involved.
Most everyone has that one Halloween costume they'll always remember. Will you tell us about yours?
Before Monday's third and final presidential debate, we asked students at a watch party at MU about the issues they viewed as most important in the 2012 campaign.
How much do you know about local candidates and propositions on this year's ballot? Take this quiz to test your knowledge.
Missourian reader John Hall reflects on 52 years of marriage to his wife, Noel, with a sick dog, a blazing sky and a blooming cactus.
A Columbia speech-language pathologist offers fun, fall-related activities to help improve skills for children with speech and language difficulties.
The church and cemetery is an example of the many attractive country churches that dot the Cooper County landscape.
Jeremy Truitt of Columbia decided to bake a pumpkin pie from scratch with his children.
This contributor writes that he learns something different each time he attends a performance.
Gina Jolly, author of Mid-Mo Kids Guide, offers a guide to mid-Missouri Halloween activities for children.
How well do you know the history of the Missouri football program? Test your knowledge by taking our quiz.
Missourian reader John Hall shares unedited photos of the fall scenery from a long trip through the area around his home.
Tom Seematter's experience with the removal of his artwork from a Capitol gallery has led him on a crusade to find a permanent home for his piece and inspired legislation honoring those who served in the Vietnam war.
Join the MU Tiger Challenge game for the chance to win $100 to $1,000 this football season.
Cancer survivor, medical student and champion mountain biker and cyclocross racer Dan Miller gives his take on Lance Armstrong's recent doping scandal. He also breaks down the science and effects of performance enhancing drugs.
This election season is important in terms of economics, civil liberties and the environment, according to Missourian reader and commenter Derrick Fogle.
Jessica Porter won Daniel Boone Regional Library's Flash Fiction contest last year with her story "Drifting." The library is holding the contest again this year. All entries must be submitted online by Oct. 24.
Krishna Fogle talks about English country dancing with the Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancers.
You know it's fall when you spot bird nests, colorful foliage and Halloween decorations. It's fall in Missouri when there is also talk of Missouri football, professional football and the St. Louis Cardinals.