Sehon Williams shared stories about his upbringing in segregated Columbia with local historian Bill Thompson on Tuesday night as a part of a lecture series on the African-American experience in Missouri.
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Loreli Wilson, Amy Henderson, Bill Thompson and Nancy Schultz were elected unanimously, and past president Dick Otto will take on a new position.
From left, Bill Thompson, Elston Taylor and Omar Saeed Bilal perform during the Lawn Chair Concert series July 12, 2015, at Douglass Park.
The group continued the tradition despite a steady rain Monday night.
Mayor Brian Treece presents Bill Thompson with a diversity award at the Columbia Values Diversity event Thursday morning at the Holiday Inn Ex…
Columbia's annual Kwanzaa celebration focused on teaching children the principles of the holiday through storytelling, traditional music and dance.
Bill Thompson, the clerk for the Supreme Court of Missouri, reflects on his almost 40 years of work in the state judicial system in early Nove…
As the clerk to the Missouri Supreme Court, Bill Thompson plays a part in nearly every aspect of the legal process. He has spent years watching Missouri's judicial system evolve to the world around it.
Bill Thompson exits the podium after speaking at a Missouri Bar Committee luncheon in Jefferson City on Nov. 18. Thompson, the clerk of the Su…