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Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, and Rep. Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, addressed a crowd of about 45 people hosted by the Boone County Pachyderms Club on Tuesday evening.
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COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The University of Missouri is about to hang a vacancy sign on its hilltop presidential home, Providence Point.
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The number of recovering U.S. housing markets was up by five, to 263, in June 2013, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index , released today.
"He would never brag about himself," his sister, Faye Nowell, said. "If he did something nice for somebody, he'd never look for applause."
If you take a look around 87-year-old Joe Forsee's basement, it's easy to find his roots.
Topic: Headline News Area News : R-T Publisher In Hall of Fame Published Online Jun 18, 2013 - 09:55 AM Trenton Republican-Times publisher Wendell Lenhart and four others with ties to community newspapers in Missouri will be inducted in September into the Missouri Newspaper Hall of Fame.
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A central Missouri couple is concerned that a former soldier will be granted visitation or custody of the child he conceived with their 14-year-old daughter.
Hallsville Mayor Cheri Reisch said she would "roll out the welcoming mat" to a gun manufacturer that was interested in moving to the county.
Columbia police were looking Monday into a possible link between a fight at a downtown bar and a shooting about an hour later in which three young men were wounded.
Backup Missouri linebacker arrested in fall pot bust dismissed from team. Published June 17, 2013.
The 13th annual Missouri Department of Natural Resources Katy Trail Ride, June 17-21, rolled into Sedalia via the Katy Trail Monday morning with a total of 300 cyclists.
Welcome to the City of Columbia Speaker's Bureau webpage. The Speaker's Bureau provides organizations, groups, and classes with high qualitly speakers, presentations, and tours about the services and knowledge in the City of Columbia.
While several cities across Missouri are struggling to keep balanced budgets, Columbia city council members will discuss ways to spend more than $600,000 left over from a $1.9 million budget surplus.
Danny and Renee Farris buy basil and other plants from Elizabeth Essen. The Farrises had searched through local greenhouses in Jefferson City and Columbia for fresh basil to no avail, but were able to pick some up on their first trip to the New Bloomfield Farmers Market this year.
The holiday that most dads anticipate carries an untold origin that very few people, including men, can recall.
COLUMBIA, Mo.-- A 23-year-old woman missing since Saturday afternoon from rural Hamilton in northwest Missouri turned up early Sunday morning at a hospital in Boone County.