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.
Saturday's event in Holts Summit promotes better conditions for cyclists in Missouri.
The Wardrobe started with a few volunteers and a goal to centralize rummage sales for Columbia's needy. Today the thrift store is still a place to find a good bargain.
Besides food and drinks, the festival offered plenty of pumpkin-related activities including pumpkin carving, pumpkin pie eating competitions, hayrides in a pumpkin patch and pumpkin painting.
The third week of October is the predicted peak of fall color.
Village Glass Works now provides classes in partnership with the Columbia Area Career Center in order to help residents advance their adult education and express themselves creatively.
Jonathan D. McQuilkin took his first solo flight Sept. 22 as part of his pilot's license training.
The five news inductees are alumni who are being recognized for their achievements.
The annual homecoming parade is Friday afternoon.
Since 1991, a close-knit group of retirees has helped to build 75 percent of the Habitat for Humanity homes in Columbia, and they have no plans to stop anytime soon.
Commission members said they want historically appropriate materials and construction types from 133 years ago in the construction of the barn.
Because of the rainy weather and continued forecasts for showers, the Family Fun Fest scheduled to take placeWedensday in Flat Branch Park has been canceled
Two-phase plan would add additional parking spaces and improve existing lots.
A crew of volunteers lead by Sandra Eccles finished work on the Bike Boulevard on Sunday. Another mural is set to be painted Saturday at Windsor and Melbourne streets; all volunteers are welcomed to join in.
Art and mobility teamed up Saturday in the North Central neighborhood to beautify Columbia and promote biking.
PedNet Coalition challenges Columbia drivers to think more sustainably and be more self-reliant.
USDA predicts that corn and soybean production will be a record high in 2010.
Endangered species, like Siberian tigers, share a farm with barnyard animals. The open house is one of the few times they also share it with the public.