Robin Anderson, a 26-year-old Columbia resident who teaches voice and piano, uses hula hoops to help her students learn techniques through movement and imagery.
Richard Guyette, an MU forestry professor, and Kevin Hosman, a senior research specialist at MU and manager of the Baskett Wildlife Research and Education Center, have been harvesting sap and making maple syrup together for about 15 years.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St.
Washing 100 or more cars, by hand, every week at the Joe Machens Automotive Group is all in a day's work for the dealership's car preppers and detailers.
One of 13 black people who live in Hallsville, Alaysha Jefferson has found cheerleading provides structure for her life. "No matter how rough things get, I know that those girls will be there," she said.
Roger and Barbara Giles give friends and Boone County residents free rides in their 1930s sternwheeler boat.
With Christmas 12 days away, add one of these gifts to your shopping list to get your child unplugged from TV or digital devices and increase his or her activity level.
AgriMissouri provides options for festive and simple gift ideas — all made in Missouri.
Horticulturalist David Trinklein has worked with poinsettias for 30 years, but you won't find any of the festive holiday plants in his home.
Beth and Richard Trimmell gear up for annual assistance programs, assess possible changes for the agency in Columbia.
Kevin Dingman uses the process of bromoils inking, which produces a textured, painting-like image, to create his photographs.
Columbia's own sugar artist, Edith Hall, has placed in cake-decorating competitions around the country and appeared on TLC's "Ultimate Cake Off."
Erin Miller started taking riding lessons at age 12. Now, she runs a business taking care of other peoples horses when they do not have time to do so themselves.
Columbia's Flat Branch Pub and Brewing Co. and Broadway Brewery are just two breweries creating fall-inspired pumpkin beers.
Kristin Veteto works as a music therapist to help students at Delmar A. Cobble to improve speech development and skills such as finger dexterity, reaching and grasping.
Jay Oetman, a Columbia Entertainment Company actor, will play a role as Frank-N-Furter in the company's new production, the Rocky Horror Show.
Pure Barre — the name of the studio and trend in exercise — is the first to open in Columbia and Missouri.
The Rev. Janice Threat has operated an after-school program since 1999. What is now known as Grade A! functions at Second Missionary Baptist Church and is open to youth kindergarten through college level.
Sisters Tania Johnson and Carolina Grullon will open a day care this month that will introduce children to the Spanish language.
Alice Cordier is spending the year in an exchange program that allows her to teach French at La Petite Ecole and Columbia Independent School. Although she's the teacher at school, she says experiences have been learning opportunities for herself, too.