The Columbia Gators 11 and under baseball team took the gold in the Show Me Games on Sunday, July 29.
Albert Price recently visited the Museum of World War II in New Orleans and thoroughly enjoyed what he found there.
The celebration of the Second Missionary Baptist Church's 146 Anniversary was capped by a powerful speech from former pastor Rev. J Alfred Smith Sr.
Rebecca Segovia has carved a unique and distinguished military career alongside her family of veterans.
The Voluntary Action Center in Columbia is in need of school supply donations for the upcoming school year. Donations of winter wear and blankets are also encouraged for Warm Up Columbia.
The effects of the drought have been hard on photographer John Hall's backyard, but that doesn't stop the birds from coming out to play.
Joe Dillard shares his experiences growing and preserving the Missouri gourd, a gourd native to Missouri that can be hard to find.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff spent much of his career helping communities envision alternatives to growing development trends but has seen an acceleration since the '70s.
Photographer John Hall shares six of the highlights from his summer trip to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Readers share photos of supporters of Spc. Sterling Wyatt.
Missourian readers submitted photos of what summer looks like in Columbia. We'd love to see yours too. Send your photos to submissions@ColumbiaMissourian.com.
Central Missouri Honor Flight helps military veterans visit war memorials at no cost. Walter Rolley Jr. made this trip in May with his daughter and his longtime friend Jerry Dethrow.
Jeff Hockman remembers Sterling Wyatt as thoughtful, dedicated and talented.
Several readers submitted photos of the Sterling Wyatt procession.
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?