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.
We asked voters to participate in a photo album of people sharing their civic pride through "I Voted" stickers.
Columbia residents took to social media to voice their opinions about the April 3 elections for City Council and School Board candidates and ballot issues.
John Hall shares photographs of flowers and birds seen around Columbia in late March.
John Hall shares photographs of his mid-Missouri surroundings in late March.
Two members of the Rotary Club of Columbia traveled to India and immunized children against polio.
Columbia rock climber James Dolph shares photos from his adventures.
Columbia photographer Rhiannon Trask shares the tale of her covert photography mission to capture a proposal on MU's Francis Quadrangle.
The Best of Missouri Hands is hosting a fundraising event April 13. "Your Choice" will include fine food, wine and art.