Community members expressed excitement in anticipation of seeing the famed primatologist and activist speak.
Aside from an evening dance near the old-fashioned merchandise tents, the nighttime schedule is left empty. Most people spend their night swapping stories from years of portraying Civil War battles.
Missourian photographer Hannah Sturtecky used an iPhone app to take pictures of the Battle of Centralia re-enactment.
First strangers, then friends and now co-authors, three Columbia residents have released a book that explores life's journey through a metaphor of a house with six doors.
Photographers captured images from the national party tour, I'm Shmacked, the Missouri football game and the opening of a new store in Columbia this week.
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The Columbia Fire Department responded to a structure fire in Hudson Hall around 1:51 a.m. Sunday. Assistant Fire Marshal Brian Davison is investigating the incident.
Re-enactors gathered after the battle to showcase a slice of Civil War camp life — animal bone instruments and all.
Boone County Circuit Judge Kevin Crane issued and then lifted a temporary restraining order barring Opus Development Co. from working on its proposed downtown student housing building.
The Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence held its third community forum on Friday. Friday’s forum focused on people between the ages of 15 and 30.
Heart of Missouri United Way launched its local fundraising campaign Friday morning. The organization hopes to raise $4 million overall this year to meet community needs.
Stakeholders and city officials have failed to agree on one of four options for how to deal with overflow parking from MU. Permits and meters are among the proposed solutions.
Several events next week will celebrate MU's 175th anniversary. They start Monday and will conclude on Friday. Events will include an inauguration for Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.
A Columbia juvenile was arrested Thursday evening after a reported drug deal led to gunfire.
The group Friends of the Centralia Battlefield is sponsoring this weekend's event commemorating the 150th anniversary of Civil War battle.
Almost 80 parents and concerned Columbia residents came to the Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence meeting on Thursday evening.
A dip in collections from retail sales has council members reconsidering a use tax.
I'm Shmacked throws parties and then documents what happens to show off a college town's party prowess. It's coming to The Blue Note on Friday.
The battles of Centralia and Mount Zion will be re-enacted Saturday and Sunday at the Centralia Battlefield.Learn more about these battles here.
Re-enactments aren't the only attraction at the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Centralia. Musicians will play, and speakers will discuss related topics.