The Columbia sustainability educator is using social media and community events to provide residents with tips on saving energy.
John William “Blind” Boone, an influential Columbia ragtime composer and pianist, will be honored at the 22nd annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration.
The victim told police he was assaulted and robbed after he stopped to offer help to a vehicle on the side of Interstate 70.
As of Tuesday night, there were four declared candidates in the First Ward, two in the Second Ward and three in the Sixth Ward.
Nathan Dick, a student at Mexico High School in Mexico, Missouri, escapes from the stress of his daily routine by making a trip to Columbia twice a week to box at Zen's Gym.
Increased interest in locally grown food has spurred the popularity of farmers markets in the United States.
Potential solutions to excessive speeding on College Park Drive will be addressed at a 5:30 p.m. meeting Wednesday at Russell Boulevard Elementary School.
The Barberry Park proposal goes before the Parks and Recreation Commission on Thursday evening.
It's been a year since Columbia Public Schools changed school start times. Parents, teachers and students have created and settled into a new routine — even if it does mean early mornings for some groups such as the Rock Bridge Bruin Girls dance team.
The trial of a Columbia man accused of arranging a murder-for-hire began Monday. Suspect James Thompson allegedly paid Casey Lewis to help him break into the home of Columbia resident Brian Daniels and shoot him.
Beulah Ralph was known in the Columbia Public School district for her dedication to children and continuous hard work. The Columbia School Board decided Monday night to name the new elementary school in southwest Columbia after her.
The outage was attributed to an electrical short circuit, and power was restored to campus buildings by about 3 p.m.
District spokeswoman Michelle Baumstark said the district received both positive and negative feedback regarding late start days, but late starts were preferred to full-day cancellations.
Stephens Lake Park is open to the public for ice skating. The ice at Cosmo-Bethel Park, however, is not thick enough for skating.
An "impossible" basketball dunk from a 16-year-old player and a feature about Columbia's newest legislator topped the list of most-read stories.
Columbia Public School's 21st elementary school will either be named after Luella St. Clair or Beulah Ralph, two influential women in the district's history.
Missourian photographers captured pictures of children's artwork, Boy Scouts camping in the cold and basketball games.
There was a 60 percent chance of precipitation Sunday and a 20 percent chance of precipitation Monday, according to the National Weather Service. A winter weather advisory was issued from 8 a.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday.
"When you love something as much as we love this place, you want to keep it nice," says Bonnie Durk.
Composting has economic, environmental and health benefits, which include reducing the amount of trash sent to the landfill.