I'm director of community outreach for the Columbia Missourian.
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You have something special here. Not perfect — but special. You have a rich community of people who believe in this place — people who know th…
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Today, we debut our Monday Briefing, a handmade newsletter crafted for those of us who really mean to read the news every day but, for one reason or another, can't carve out the time it deserves.
These mid-Missouri residents bring their perspectives to help the Missourian define its role in the community and create a conversation with readers.
Most Columbia residents can be classified into six categories — the Academics, the Transplants, the Artists, the Volunteers, the Mavericks and the Townies.
A little over three months ago, I asked you all for your help in introducing me to 100 Columbians in 100 days. What did I learn? What were the most memorable stories? The answer: Too many to fit into one column, so here are just a few.
We know that we constantly have to meet readers where they are and give them what they need, when they need it. That's why the Missourian continues to innovate and experiment with new platforms.