The stamp-savvy, the Twain-lovers and the simply curious gathered in Hannibal on Saturday for the dedication of a Mark Twain commemorative postage stamp.
The stamp's illustrator, Greg Manchess, has been a fan of the author's since he was young.
Movie theaters worldwide are taking their own unique measures in an attempt to prevent texting during the showing of films.
Many re-enactors have embraced re-enacting as a lifestyle for the history, fun, camping and camaraderie.
During the Civil War re-enactment, the Union troops routed the Confederate Army.
Columbia celebrated World Refugee Day by hosting a cultural potluck near the refugee community gardens at Broadway Christian Church on Saturday.
The Columbia-Allton Memorial Airport is to be commemorated as a historical site on Sunday.
The 28-year-old MU graduate is dedicated to family medicine and specifically geriatrics. She has always been a leader and wants to give back to the community.
Brooke, Thomas and Galen Hassler carry on the family passion of "grass-roots" racing, ignited by their father.
The Elderberry Festival is scheduled to take place from Thursday to Sunday outside of Hartsburg. Day passes range between $10 and $15, and a four-day pass is $40. The festival features food, crafts, kids activities and live music.
The application, developed by Smithsonian researchers and engineers from Columbia University and the University of Maryland, helps botany-lovers identify plants by photographing their leaves.
Jeff Wells has completed more than five 50-mile runs, two 100-mile runs and is planning on running his third 100-mile run June 25 in South Dakota.
Seven seniors graduated from Lisa Thill Franck Flute Studio on Thursday, which marked the studio's first graduation ceremony. Franck's students praised her as both a teacher and a friend.
The Kentucky-based parachute demonstration team fielded questions from students and signed autographs Thursday afternoon.
The Upscale Resale shop, an arm of the Assistance League of Mid-Missouri, hopes the doubling of its space at the Broadway Shopping Center will increase the money it raises for women and children in need.
Exchange students from 2008 helped plant one of three cherry trees meant to celebrate Columbia's sister city relationship with Hakusan, Japan, and commemorate Mitsuo Kado, Hakusan's former mayor.
For $30 a night, Mary Lehmann, 85, lives in a 10-by-15 foot hotel room that overlooks Columbia. But her tiny living space doesn't limit her opportunities to be vocal about issues in the community.
The Missouri hydrogen car team prepared for a return trip to the Houston competition where they fell just short of success last year.
Single parents are more likely to be employed but are also more likely to be poor.
After a successful career in Des Moines, Iowa, the new city manager brings talent and experience to Columbia.