Garry Teeple photographs frogs thriving in a farm pond amidst lilies that have taken over the water's surface.
The Columbia Beer Enthusiasts are holding three upcoming tastings: July 22, Aug. 25 and Sept. 16.
Talk in the newsroom Tuesday morning turned to what life was like before the days of widespread central air conditioning — and what life is still like for people who don't have it.
Over 300 people gathered at Missouri United Methodist Church on Thursday, July 12 for Voluntary Action Center’s 21st annual Christmas in July Picnic.
By participating in the fundraiser, customers will receive discounts on items at Plato's Closet.
Despite profound societal changes during the past decades, some members of Columbia's Silver and Gold group say that a subtle racial divide still exists. What do you think?
Sterling Wyatt, a 21-year-old soldier and Rock Bridge High School graduate, died in Afghanistan on Wednesday. Columbia Boy Scout troops honored the Eagle Scout's memory Friday by helping to line the street near Wyatt's family's home with American flags.
Annette Triplett, author of CoMo Homestead, shares a recipe for unleavened pizza crust.
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Sami Jo Freeman of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association submitted photographs of Tuesday's fire on U.S. 63, which resulted in the road's temporary closure.
Photographer Greg Arendall shared his photographs from a foggy morning shoot in Boonville.
Missourian reader John Hall has "not left his backyard" because of early July heat. Instead he has spent time photographing his surroundings.
Eapen Thampy reflects on the year after he went to Jefferson City to file the first text of the Show-Me-Cannabis Regulation ballot initiative.
Photographer John Hall's camera, which he has playfully named "Miss Nikon," broke earlier this week, and he has had to make due with one of lower quality—until he quickly found a better replacement.
We want to hear want to hear your hopes, dreams, fears and desires as part of the next generation of Americans.
Zack Martin, a junior at MU, shares his thoughts on growing up in the Ozarks and the stereotypes surrounding it as well as what it means to him to be part of the American Next.
Greg Arendall shares his photos of the wildlife he saw at the Diana Bend Conservation Area.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff, the academic coordinator of the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology, reflects on the cultural ideal of arete, noble goals pursued along lines of excellence, as it pertains to athletes today and of years long before.
Reader Joe G. Dillard shares two humorous shaggy dog stories and has issued a challenge for the rest of us to share ours. What's the best (or worst!) shaggy dog tale you can come up with?