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13 hrs ago | Missourian
Legal maneuvering in the Opus case continued Friday as attorney Christopher Rackers, who is defending the city of Columbia in a civil rights lawsuit related to the Opus Development Co.'
18 hrs ago | Sedalia Democrat
Vera M. Austin and Owen A. Fox were married Aug. 22, 1954, at the First Baptist Church in Humansville by the Rev.
19 hrs ago | Missourian
Several people have asked whether I had sent or was planning to send reporters and photographers to Ferguson to cover the protests over the past two weeks.
Yesterday | Rock M Nation
Bill C. : David Johnson has by all accounts matured and developed pretty well in his three years in Columbia.
Yesterday | Milling Journal
Columbia, MO-Wheat yields at Missouri tests sites were good, according to the 2014 Missouri wheat variety crop performance report.
Yesterday | Missourian
Erin King works on public relations for the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture , where she is in her second year of volunteering .
The Columbia Daily Tribune is facing a bit of heat today after running the above cartoon by Gary McCoy on Wednesday's editorial page, with people pointing out, "Dudes, that some real racist bullshit you got there."
The ride to the church seemed too short to give me time to unleash all those tears.
The Missourian's 2014 "Welcome Back" edition offers a glimpse of what has happened around Columbia over the summer.
One of my closest friends is from Columbia, and the other day she said to me, "How could I not have seen how racist these people were when I lived there?" Here's an example: TODAY IN RACISM: From yesterday's Columbia Tribune.
Before trying to get aboard the same bus you used in the spring, take a look at Columbia's improved and expanded bus routes.
The Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival will have a special mural on display this year - 4 feet tall and 24 feet wide with technicolor musicians, instruments and music notes.
An excessive heat advisory is in place for Columbia and several mid-Missouri counties, according to the National Weather Service.
More than halfway through this relatively cool summer, the longest stretch of temperatures topping 90 degrees was just two days.
John McLeod is frustrated with sewage overflows from two manholes in a private park near his home that have become "geysers of sewage."
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 10:36 pm
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