Fun City Youth Academy unveiled its Saturday Youth Academy, which is designed to help children ages 5 to 18 with schoolwork and with developing important life skills.
The bridge just east of U.S. 63 on Route WW will be under construction for about 54 days beginning Feb. 21.
Volunteers and homeless people form bonds and blur lines of difference as the clock ticks through one night at Room at the Inn temporary homeless shelter in downtown Columbia.
Jan Wheeler feels that without meditating throughout the day, she would be a little more off-center juggling her many activities.
Jackie Colley and Jan Sublett grew up working and hanging out in Price’s Grocery in Harrisburg, a store owned by their parents, Jean and Jack. Then 15 years ago, the two women purchased the store and have been operating it ever since as C&S Grocery.
Carolyn Selby finds that after more than 25 years as a hair stylist, she now gets requests from clients to be ready to prepare their hairdos for their funerals.
The MU Children's Hospital underwent renovations in September and now has a jungle theme.
The chamber's 11-member Recruitment Task Force is looking to encourage citizens to run for open City Council seats.
Boone Electric Cooperative and the City of Columbia Utilities Department are receiving complaints from customers who are getting suspicious calls asking for credit card information.
Mary Kate Puscian is a member of the archery club and is learning to perfect her hunting. The archery club is dominated by male members, but Puscian said the women still have their say.
Boone Landing residents said they enjoy being free of the stress and responsibilities of keeping up a house.
LaNee Bridewell is a young black, single mother who refuses to perpetuate societal stereotypes. She is also a full-time student, employed and a Delta Sigma Theta sister.
Kyle Cook and Tony Layson have been providing music, jokes and conversation on the radio Sunday mornings for more than five years.
The independent living retirement community provides a home for 111 residents.
T.J. Sapp, 19, continues to ride his bike, despite a crushed disk in the lower vertebrae of his back.
The predicted cool weather should prompt deer to reveal themselves in the woods for Saturday's start to the firearms portion of deer hunting.
Funding provided by the Department of Economic Development and the Missouri Association of Food Banks expanded the Share the Harvest program's capacity.
The girls are learning to hear with the help of cochlear implants.
Despite their flawless record this year, the Centralia Panthers work to keep their focus.
Most of the corn planted by farmer Dave Stemme goes to producing ethanol.