On-the-scene coverage of the game and related events will be online Tuesday and in print Wednesday.
The editorial, written in 1897, transcends any particular faith and speaks to all. It describes an aspiration for hope and wonder.
Here is some heartfelt appreciation to those in Columbia who make our community a better place to live.
The jolly man answers questions about his job, requests from children and reindeer.
Although there are problems with math education, it is important to remember that everyone concerned is trying to make the system better.
Global warming, Nobel Peace Prizes, Tiger Woods are topics I'll leave to others, but I do worry about politicians who ignore the changing beliefs of the public.
Electronic replays are unnecessary second-guessing of officials that cause both the team and the fans to lose momentum. Also, criticisms of the Big 12 for allowing bowl committees to bypass MU's football team are juvenile.
On a tight schedule of holiday traveling, the last thing a passenger wants to deal with is a delay. A new U.S. law announced Monday says airlines will no longer be allowed to leave a passenger-filled plane on the tarmac for more than three hours.
Readers should not have to work to decide which numbers to trust and which to discard, which is why it is worrisome when unscientific polls make their way into Missourian articles.
The world's climate might be changing, but it's not necessarily human activity that is responsible for it.
Several members of both the men's and women's basketball teams at MU have been arrested over the past year. Do you think these arrests reflect poorly on the university?
The U.S. announced it will join in the effort to give $100 billion a year to poor countries to help them cut greenhouse gases. The problem is that the U.S. does not want China to receive money but to contribute to the major fund.
The Supreme Court case scheduled for this spring, City of Ontario v. Quon, could have implications in regards to workers rights for privacy on employer-owned electronics.
Our nation’s current crop of global warming “skeptics” is giving the word itself a bad name. I don’t think most of the self-identified doubters of climate change are really skeptical at all. They’re deniers, not questioners.
Atheists have rights, one of which is to wish holiday joy to others in words of their choosing. After all, December's home to the holy days of several major religions, not just Christianity.
It was a wonderful experience at the Governor's Mansion during the holiday candlelight tour.
Columbia Missourian editor Greg Bowers and reporters Brian Nordli and Alex Ruppenthal discussed the young team with KBIA's Eric Durban on The Beat.
Tiger's infidelity has flawed his perfect, god-like status.
The director of public affairs for Advance America, Cash Advance Centers Inc., says customers say they choose payday loans, in part, because they are simple, reliable and transparent.
Claiming the term black American as a preferred descriptor gives the author a sense of effectiveness.