This Week's Best
Here are the most read stories this week...
Battle with blight brings an end to Timber View Tree Farm, but friends and neighbors seek to carry on. Read more
Riek hopes to leave a legacy of dependability, describing his presence as "even-keeled" even with things went haywire. Read more
Area private schools report increases in enrollment from Columbia Public Schools students that put facilities near or at capacity. Read more
Derek Mason became the sixth head coach to be fired before or after a matchup with Missouri since 2016. Read more
The Missouri Students Association raised the matter on behalf of students because of a range of challenges this semester. Read more
The packages themselves may not pose a danger but they could leave consumers vulnerable to future more nefarious scams. Read more
The coronavirus presented huge challenges for the fall semester for U.S. colleges that opened with in-person learning. Read more
The NCAA has granted all Division I student-athletes an extra year of eligibility. Missouri has 20 players whose college careers would have been over otherwise. Will any return for an extra season? Read more
The owner of Happy Hollow Farm in Moniteau County has overcome challenges to produce healthy vegetables in high demand. Read more
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