Shoppers will have easier access to Wal-Mart and Famous Barr from Stadium Boulevard, but they’re going to have to pay for it at the cash register.
Starting in late November, a new sales tax will be levied on everything sold at businesses in the Biscayne shopping center in order to pay for an entrance to that center from Stadium Boulevard.
Elson Floyd, president of the University of Missouri system named Brady Deaton as the permanent chancellor of MU this afternoon.
Dear faculty, staff, students, alumni, friends, and supporters of the University of Missouri-Columbia:
The goal: $10,000.
That’s how much students at Mill Creek Elementary hope to raise for their school. They won’t be reaching it by selling wrapping paper or candy. Instead, they hope to raise it by reading.
The court’s approval of a proposal by developer Stan Kroenke to form a transportation development district along Stadium Boulevard marks the pending formation of the city’s third such special taxing authority.
Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler on Tuesday approved the request by Kroenke’s TKG Management to form the taxing district, which plans to levy a half-cent tax on sales within its boundaries to pay for a new entrance to the Biscayne Mall site.
“Ravenclaw!” “Gryffindor!” “Slytherin!” “Hufflepuff!”
The four houses gathered in one of the atriums at Rock Bridge High School, democratically discussing who would be the head of each House of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry at the year’s first meeting of the Harry Potter Club.
Vandalism sets back Tiger Spot, CATSO delays road extension hearing, and the County Space Needs Task Force meets for the first time.
On page 9B of the Missourian's NewSunday, the name of Webb City's head coach was misspelled. John Roderique coaches the Webb City Cardinals.
To the backdrop of a Kerry/Edwards banner stating in bold type “Help is on the Way,” singer/songwriter Carole King triumphantly sang “You’ve Got a Friend” in conclusion to her speech supporting presidential candidate John Kerry on Wednesday morning at Columbia’s Activity and Recrea-tion Center.
King wants George W. Bush ousted on Nov. 2 and replaced with a “man that truly shares the values of the common citizen,” she said. The event was part of her nationwide campaign primarily directed at the states that could swing the upcoming election.
Boone County Federated Republican Women’s Club
Description: The Federated Republican Women’s Club is affiliated with the Missouri Federation of Republican Women and is the largest Republi-can Women’s Club in the state. The club has been active since the 1930s and has about 125 members. It organizes the annual Boone County Lincoln Day Dinner.
19th District state senate seat
No Child Left Behind
JEFFERSON CITY — The push to pass a constitutional amendment that would route money raised by transportation-related taxes to road construction has been largely fueled by several of the state’s top road builders, labor unions and other public-works contractors, campaign-finance records show.
Contributions totaling nearly $1 million have been made to the Committee to Improve Missouri Roads and Bridges, a pro-amendment group registered with the state government, this election cycle.
Sleeping at home, showering and changing clothes are among the everyday comforts that four MU students are giving up this week to raise awareness about substandard housing. They will also try to raise $4,000 for construction of a Habitat for Humanity house.
Until Friday afternoon, Kelly Puppilo, Candace Revelle, Laura Winterscheidt and Kate Ervin — all executive board members of the MU chapter of Habitat for Humanity — are living in cardboard boxes on Kuhlman Court, in the heart of the MU campus.
JEFFERSON CITY - With a record number of women on Missouri’s statewide ballot and at least one campaign trying to capitalize on the growing appeal of female candidates, 2004 may go down as the year of the woman in Missouri politics.
Columbia officials are considering the formation of a city-led transportation development district, bringing together major property owners along Stadium Boulevard near Interstate 70 to oversee a comprehensive overhaul of one the city’s busiest thoroughfares.
The city’s plan is merely the latest twist in the debate over how best to rebuild a road that is a veritable parking lot during rush hour. Already, there are two Columbia developers each seeking to form distinct taxing districts to fund improvements on Stadium.
Columbia lost two long-running local radio shows last week, but local voices can still be heard for now.
“The Trading Post,” a community buying and selling forum, and “The Columbia Business Times,” a business talk show featuring business community guests, went off the air last week. Both show were featured on KFRU/1400 AM. This latest move follows a lineup shift that replaced the local “Sunday Morning Sports Show” on the station this summer. The changes come as the news-talk station, taken over in March by Cumulus Media, shuffles its weekend lineup in preparation for elections and a ratings period.
ST. LOUIS — A mid-Missouri businessman was sentenced to a year and nine months in prison Tuesday for defrauding customers, U.S. Attorney James Martin said.
Floyd Riley, 56, of Moberly, also was ordered to pay restitution of $350,000 to 11 individuals and businesses.
The skeletal remains of a man found in Petite Saline Creek on July 11 were positively identified Monday as the body of Earl Cason of Columbia. Cason went missing from Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital on March 31.
Phyllis Cason, Earl Cason’s daughter, said the Cason family was prepared for the news.
MU student groups sponsored a voter education panel to discuss issues relevant to college students Tuesday evening in Waters Auditorium at MU.
Panelists represented the Republican and Democratic national committees as well as the College Democrats and College Republicans. The event, organized by the Associated Students of the University of Missouri and Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, also provided an opportunity for students to register to vote.
Corfu is an island belonging to Greece, but Corfu cuisine has very little in common with traditional Greek food. Area residents will have the chance to find that out about the island’s cuisine tonight at an event sponsored by Columbia Books and Village Wine & Cheese.
Alice Padova Anderson, a Corfu native, will speak about Corfu cuisine. Her book, “Corfu Cooking,” will be on sale and recipes will be set up buffet-style at the event.