Proposed bacteria-level designations could mean the county would have to disinfect effluent in certain streams deemed "swimmable."
The current economic crisis has some Columbia residents who lived through the Great Depression remembering the hard times they endured.
Moscow Ballet will hold open auditions at 10 a.m. Saturday for its production of "Great Russian Nutcracker." Auditions will be held at Columbia Dance Academy, 4250 E. Broadway, Suite 1031.
Congregation Beth Shalom and the Hillel Foundation will observe Yom Kippur Wednesday evening and Thursday by holding services.
New Mexico artist Howard Meehan is asking for suggestions from the public as he designs "Keys to the City" — a 19-foot, steel-framed keyhole sculpture that will sit in front of Columbia's renovated City Hall.
Located in New Franklin, the MU Center for Agroforestry started a pawpaw trial in 1999 with 10 cultivars — plants selected for particular attributes — and 50 trees.
During the week of the anniversary of St. Francis of Assisi's death, two Columbia churches held services to bless pets and celebrate their companionship. St. Francis was the patron saint of animals and the poor and is used as a model for pet owners to treasure and care for the animals in their lives.
The 17th annual Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival starts Saturday with a 9 a.m. parade.
Blaster BBQ, the husband and wife team of Floyd and Terri Murry of Mustang, Okla., took first place overall in the festival's barbecue competition.
Jennifer Enders and Brett Wilbanks are striving for a fully sustainable lifestyle — a focus on energy conservation, producing minimal waste and a heightened sense of environmental consciousness. The key is to start where you are and work within the system's limits.
Whether to live an energy-efficient lifestyle is a matter of choice. Most people come into The Peace Nook wanting to change in one of three areas: diet, energy or as a way to lower costs.
Jennifer Enders and Brett Wilbanks started the blog about sustainable living after temporarily running a similar blog.
"Till death do us part" gets an unconventional treatment in William Hogarth's "Marriage a la Mode," a series of six prints that starts with an arranged marriage and ends with the death of both the bride and groom. These prints largely comprise a new exhibit at MU's Museum of Art and Archeology titled “Satirizing the High Life: Hogarth’s Marriage a la Mode."
A trip to the bathroom epitomizes the struggles faced by those who do not live within traditional gender definitions.
Known for his solo albums as well as his role in Alison Krauss and Union Station, Jerry Douglas will close out the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival Saturday night.
The cast is rehearsing for the production of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" at the Rhynsburger Theatre.
Pet owners brought their animals to be blessed on St. Francis of Assisi Day at Calvary Episcopal Church. The guests were dogs, a cat and a snail.
Mustard Seed, a Fair Trade store in downtown Columbia, will open next week but will not sell coffee.
Missouri high school students are now participating in fewer risky behaviors, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.