Repurposed appliances often find their way into construction projects.
The church, which is more than 50 years old, is hoping to complete a $1.1 million building and renovation campaign.
Cooper's Landing is a great place to spend a day or night on the Missouri River.
Learning to live on a budget doesn't mean you have to give up your fashionable style.
Columbia Transit routes have changed to include expanded service throughout the city.
Les Bourgeois Vineyards will host its annual Crush Festival in mid-September to celebrate the grape harvest.
Many of the events are open to the community.
The ARC offers monthly memberships and passes for children.
Skip a dorm meal occasionally to try one of these other venues.
The cave tours are canceled because of a bat fungus.
Mulch also is available to city residents at no cost.
Columbia has several options for finding local food, whether at markets or straight from the farm.
Our reporters spent the summer getting oriented to the city, and they found some great places we thought you should know more about.
Collegetown is our annual special publication designed to orient new Mizzou students to life in Columbia. Download this specially formatted e-book version, specially formated for viewing on your laptop or iPad.
MU has planned several activities for new and returning students for the 2010 fall semester. Activities include campus barbecues as well as off campus parties run through downtown businesses.
Sustain Mizzou is a campus organization leading the way in sustainability efforts for MU students.
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