MU faculty members received a letter Friday afternoon outlining a voluntary separation program for those 62 and older, tenured and eligible for retirement by Aug. 31, 2015.
Whether carving or cooking, many indulge in pumpkins in the autumn months. Although pumpkins can be difficult to grow, most people take their availability in the fall for granted.
The MU community gathered Friday night on Francis Quadrangle for a celebration of the university's 175th anniversary and a light show. The 1892 fire that destroyed Academic Hall was recreated through a light show projected onto the MU Columns.
Local organizations transformed parking spaces on Ninth Street into temporary parks in celebration of PARK(ing) Day, an annual event celebrated around the world.
The 37th Annual Heritage Festival & Craft Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday.
Ruben Bolton has created a full-length CD of music set to the poetry of historical figure Francis Scott Key. Bolton will perform Saturday at the Heritage Festival in Nifong Park.
Bryana Maupin is the first civilian to be hired for the public relations unit. She will begin work at the end of the month.
The Missourian has tracked the progression of the Opus Development Co. project.
Nate Brown, manager of external relations at the Reynolds Journalism Institute, shares photos of his favorite places in the Columbia area. Take a look.
Lucky's Market, located at 111 S. Providence Road, is holding in-store beer tasting events to celebrate fall.
The Columbia City Council will get the final say on the request, which is scheduled for a final vote at the Oct. 20 meeting.
A report shows the creek can partially support life.
Cosmo-Bethel Park will undergo lighting and trail improvements by spring of 2015.
Columbia police say the man entered the woman's house while she was asleep.
Cycling instructors Rachel Ruhlen and Gina Overshiner provided parents with tips Saturday on how to help children bicycle safely during a workshop sponsored by GetAbout Columbia.
The proposed communications tower would enhance radio, cellular and wireless internet signals, but no action has been taken on the project yet.
The board unanimously voted in favor of a resolution that opposes Amendment 3, which will be on the state's Nov. 4 ballot. The board was also updated on the 2014 summer school program.
The primatologist and activist discussed her past research and her current environmental goals.
All three of the reports were sent to police by MU's Title IX office and are evidence of the university's recent push for increased awareness of sexual assault and Title IX.
Columbia Public Schools Foundation announced its grant recipients for the 2014-15 school year on Wednesday.