The city celebrated the completion of the project's first phase of construction, which includes the MU Healthcare Pavilion, a parking lot, playground and walking trail, with a July 13 dedication ceremony.
Co-founders Tyson Hunt and Andrew Sharp said the new location in north Columbia will offer an opportunity for the company's brewers to experiment with sour beers and hard ciders.
City officials unveiled proposed regulations for medical marijuana business licensing at a precouncil meeting Monday.
The state health department has received 4,400 applications from patients for medical marijuana cards, a cannabis trade association says.
Journalist Jessica Bruder brought the workamp subculture to national attention in her 2017 book “Nomadland,” this year's selection for Columbia's community book club, One Read.
The lawsuit over MU alumnus Sherlock Hibbs' money began in 2017. At issue in the legal fight is whether MU is living up to the terms of a $5 million gift donated by Hibb.
Entrepreneurs filed paperwork and paid fees to apply for 22 dispensary licenses, six cultivation licenses and three manufacturing licenses in Columbia.
Politicians are seeking to again make flood control the main priority on the Missouri River. Advocates for the pallid sturgeon, meanwhile, are pushing back.
Recent flooding has renewed decades-old concerns about the effectiveness of the levee system, a makeshift network of federal and locally owned barriers that has fallen into costly disrepair.
In Missouri, the count will be complicated by its rural geography, limited broadband access and seasonal flooding.