The exhibit at Imago Gallery and Cultural Center is called "The Long Now." A percentage of the proceeds from sales will be donated to the True Life Fund.
Judge Christine Carpenter succeeds Judge Jodie Capshaw Asel as presiding judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit. Her term begins Jan. 30.
The department plans to purchase new radar equipment with the help of a $2,500 grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation and Facility No. 40.
Mr. Nichols also worked in construction with his brother-in-law in Milan, Missouri. He died Tuesday at 69.
Patrols of churches are being stepped up in response to problems that have been reported in recent months at about half a dozen churches throughout the city.
Scouts receive beads for every night they spend camping. The color of the bead depends on the weather. For their daring in the below-zero temperatures, the Scouts will be awarded a clear bead.
Lee Elementary and Columbia Independent School are two schools in Columbia using Artsonia, an arts website that enables the schools to catalog all students' artwork. Columbia Public Schools is looking to bring a similar tool districtwide.
Owners of smaller houses end up picking up the tab for peak electric use by those in larger houses, according to data presented by Columbia Water and Light Advisory Board member Dick Parker.
As of Tuesday, Columbia residents now can recycle plastics, labeled 1 through 7. Residents can place the plastics in the blue bags for curbside recycling or in the drop-off recycling bins around Columbia.
Hoppe said that after serving nine years, she deserves a break from the time-consuming job.
The $2.6 million sewer line was included in a 2013 bond issue, but some council members think companies that would benefit should help pay for it.
Columbia Public Schools will use the two-hour delay option again Thursday for severe weather.
A pair of parents worry that their sons, who are friends, would be separated when Columbia Public Schools shifts its attendance boundary lines to accommodate a new elementary school.
More than 50,000 people flew out of Columbia in 2014, prompting discussions on adding jets and terminals.
The proposed change would create a nine-step process for dismissing tenured faculty for serious offenses. It's part of the UM System's Title IX overhaul.
During his remarks, Gov. Nixon joked that the new legislators who would be sworn in Wednesday should "enjoy the last few hours of normalcy."
Fitbit pedometers and other wearable fitness trackers topped lots of shopping lists for the holidays and have been popular among MU employees. While some people say the devices make them lazy, others are using them to stay healthy.
Missouri enacted one of the nation's longest abortion-waiting periods in its last legislative session.
The proposed boundary lines would determine the attendance area of an elementary school being built in southwest Columbia and would adjust boundary areas for the six surrounding schools.
According to a probable cause statement in the arrest of Stone L. Midgyett, charged Monday in the slaying of 17-year-old Deante Smith, a gunfight in the street preceded the fatal shooting.