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At 11:59 a.m. Thursday, a colorful array of puffer jackets and pea coats spilled out of a white van and into a parking lot off Business Loop 70. Armed with protest signs, seven people made their way to a tuft of grass in front of a Burger King.
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As a business owner, it's extremely satisfying and a great honor to be recognized by Inc.com for the 2013 Hire Power Award, which features the country's top job creators.
During the University of Missouri Board of Curators' two-day meeting at the University of Missouri-St.
To estimate the area of Antarctica, 15-year-old students taking the Program for International Student Assessment test are given a map and a kilometer scale.
R. Bowen Loftin has exited Aggieland with a satisfied smile, and he has reason to be proud of his many accomplishments at Texas A&M.
Zapier's goal: Make it easy for small businesses without a ton of tech expertise to knit together their app suite of choice.
A Texan who led one of the country's largest universities has been hired as the University of Missouri's new chancellor.
Residents can rest easy when the wreath outside of Fire Station One glistens red.
NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR HOGS Dec. 5, 2013 Source: Brookside Agra news release Brookside Agra has made a commitment to protecting the earth's natural resources through its development of all-natural, animal-safe products formulated to resolve some of the toughest, smelliest and hazardous swine messes on the farm.
James T. Barrett, 86, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology of the University of Missouri School of Medicine and a resident of Columbia, MO since 1957, died Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at home in Columbia.
Friends will be received from 1PM to 2PM at Evangelical Free Church in Columbia, Missouri.
From the Division of Vascular Surgery , and Department of Family and Community Medicine , University of Missouri, School of Medicine, Columbia; and Department of Surgery, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ .
A car accident sparked an attempted-robbery investigation Tuesday after Columbia police learned that one of the drivers had a stab wound to his thigh.
Officers were dispatched to the Providence Road and Switzler Street area at 2:32 p.m. Tuesday in response to the report, according to a release from Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Latisha Stroer.