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Lt. Col. Alfred H. Jones has spent more than 13,000 hours volunteering at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The high is expected to be around 38 degrees on Saturday, with a slight chance of rain and snow.
The Iraq War veteran's burns have helped him realize success is a matter of attitude, he said.
The Columbia School Board also discussed late start days during winter weather at the Monday meeting. Student Transportation of America's bid was approved to become the new transportation provider for the district.
Garnett Stokes, the fourth candidate for MU provost to speak in an open forum, addressed her experiences in leadership at Florida State University and the University of Georgia.
Columbia School Board members, administrators, Columbia Chamber of Commerce ambassadors and others attended the groundbreaking ceremony Monday at the site of Columbia's 21st public elementary school.
About 350 families remain in need of help during the holiday season.
An Arctic blast fueled by Typhoon Nuri and the polar vortex was already dropping heavy snow in the northern plains.
Two MU students have been arrested in connection with a *Litecoin mining operation on eight computers in the Reynolds Journalism Institute building.
The panel will include representatives from the Truman Veterans Hospital and Welcome Home Inc., a homeless veteran assistance group.
Don Landers' faces one count and posted a $15,000 bond; Jerry Colster faces two counts and posted a $30,000 bond.
Robert L. Buck was arrested on Sunday after police identified him on security footage in connection with a robbery at the Dollar General store on Vandiver Drive. Buck also implicated himself in Saturday's robbery of a Break Time convenience store, police said.
On the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Edwina Sandys talked about her personal experiences related to the event. The granddaughter of Winston Churchill, Sandys created an art installation in 1989 from remains of the barrier.
Crowds gathered along Eighth Street for the Veterans Day Parade, hosted by MU ROTC, to celebrate and salute veterans.
A professor shares his passion for music, a student raises money for African schools and a church holds a prayer vigil in this week in photos.
THE WEEK'S MOST READ STORIES: Interactive map explores election outcomes; parents call for changes at sporting events
An interactive map explores the Missouri 2014 General Election outcomes was the Missourian's most-read story this week. Other stories include parents' request for MSHSAA changes after the death of their son and a look at Columbia's first sewing cafe.
Preliminary plans for the proposed 321-unit complex show a pool, basketball court, tennis court and a club house.
The suspect fled on foot, heading westbound from the convenience store. Police and a K-9 unit were unable to locate him.
Speakers at the vigil discussed having peaceful interactions between the black community and police officers and urged non-violent protests if Officer Darren Wilson isn't indicted.