University research on dicamba, which received scrutiny because of the widespread crop damage it caused in recent years, was funded by service orders.
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Industry’s stake in the system is clear: Companies gain the expertise of renowned university experts and the credibility that comes with that. What’s not so clear is how the public benefits.
House Bill 1, the focus of this week's special session, would allow people to use money from the sale of multiple vehicles to offset the sales tax on a replacement.
Ted Rogers, a projectionist since 2018, is the cinema's new film programmer. He replaces Chris Boeckmann, who is now the Ragtag Film Society's society's director of programming and leads True/False's programming team.
Eric Wilson, an MU student studying theater, worked with Rev. Clyde Ruffin to write "Strands" almost 30 years ago.
Author Pat Roberts, the Rev. Clyde Ruffin and others have tried to break the silence surrounding the 1923 lynching.
A white mob ended Scott's life story 96 years ago Monday on the Stewart Road Bridge. But "A Lynching in Little Dixie" by Pat Roberts explores more than just Scott's lynching.
Over the weekend, carriers for American Airlines and United Airlines announced they were suspending flights into and out of Columbia Regional Airport. Plans call for flights to resume April 16.