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Battle area to see more traffic and development
Aiden Almanza, 5, rides his bike with neighbor Natalie Jackson, 6, on May 12 in the Golf View Condominiums, which is across the street from the newly constructed Battle High School.
Tue May 14, 2013
Columbia Police and Fire Departments to Host Job Fair
Both the fire and police departments hosted a small news conference Tuesday morning to discuss an upcoming job fair for the Columbia community.
Six Boone County congregations gather to support Medicaid expansion
The leaders of six Boone County congregations gathered at the St. Thomas More Newman Center on Monday night to express frustration with the Republican-controlled state legislature for refusing to extend Medicaid coverage.
Mon May 13, 2013
More residents join Ash Street fire lawsuit, obtain restraining order
Nine new plaintiffs have joined a lawsuit against the owner of a Columbia apartment complex that caught fire on April 9, and 16 more residents have received a temporary restraining order against the company.
Mizzou Prepares to Send Off Class of 2013
More than 5,000 diplomas are expected to be handed out this weekend at the University of Missouri in Columbia.
Fri May 10, 2013
from Readers: Lunch in the Park to begin in June
Megan O'Neill is a senior magazine journalism student at the University of Missouri and Editorial Director at ContentAllStars.com . June marks the beginning of summer for many Columbia-area students looking forward to the closing of another school year.
Thu May 09, 2013
Man arrested for distributing Adderall near Boone County schools
An Ashland man was arrested Wednesday evening for allegedly distributing Adderall to teenagers near two public schools in Boone County.
FCS Financial Awards Community Development Grants
FCS FINANCIAL AWARDS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS May 9, 2013 Source: FCS Financial news release FCS Financial is recognizing 16 different 4-H clubs and FFA chapters with $250 grants for submitting outstanding Shaping Rural Missouri grant applications.
Wed May 08, 2013
Crowd welcomes veterans returning from Honor Flight
Retired Marine Capt. Ralph Dobbs salutes a returning World War II veteran as he steps off the bus at the Central Missouri Honor Flight Welcome Home Party at the Courtyard Marriott hotel early Wednesday morning.
Columbia law enforcement committee focuses on animal abuse
Jolie looks at her temporary foster mom, Michelle Bird, on April 26 at A New Leash of Life, an event where rescue dogs have a chance to be adopted at Lizzi's and Rocco's Natural Pet Market.
Tue May 07, 2013
KRCG-TV Jefferson City
License plate readers see few complaints
The cameras capture license plate numbers at high speeds so officers can immediately find out if a vehicle is stolen or is connected to a crime.
Boone County Courthouse to go paperless in 2014
For most people who work in the Boone County Courthouse, a new, electronic filing system going live next year should make the workday easier.
Fri May 03, 2013
McLean worked to educate, register students
When junior Roshaunda McLean's burgeoning interest in politics led her to get involved with Mizzou Change Today, she said she never imagined that less than two years later she would find herself at the center of such an important campaign.
Wed May 01, 2013
450 positions are available to 17- to 23-year olds in state parks
Gov. Jay Nixon reiterated his support today for the State Parks Youth Corps, a program established in 2010 that hires 17- to 23-year-olds to work maintaining trails, painting buildings and assisting in guided tours at Missouri's 87 state parks.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
KRCG-TV Jefferson City
Outdoor enthusiasts drawn to MKT trail
Columbia's MKT nature and fitness trail offers everything from biking to hiking to cross country skiing and is one of the few trails in the country that connects to a statewide trail that leads to endless possibilities Columbia's MKT nature and fitness trail offers everything from biking to hiking to cross country skiing and is one of the few ... (more)
Suspected cocaine and marijuana trafficker arrested
The Boone County Sheriff's Department obtained a search warrant for Joseph F. Roland, 30, and he was arrested Friday, according to a news release.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
the Week's Most Read: Lucky's Farmers Market to open store in downtown Columbia
The most read stories from the past week include a new grocery store coming to downtown Columbia and an employee at Columbia Regional Airport arrested for stealing items from passengers' luggage.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Airport subsidy largely hasn't been used
Cole County and Jefferson City officials are pleased that money they pledged to help bring in American Airlines to Columbia Regional Airport has hardly been tapped because the airline has been meeting its revenue targets.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Farmers, competitors anticipate Lucky's Farmers Market's arrival in Columbia
Lucky's Farmers Market, which is planning to move into the former Osco building by fall, is ready to jump into the market for natural and organic foods.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Hero Awards honor those who have given back in the past year
An astronomer, symphony board member and a group of Rock Bridge High School students were among the guests honored at a reception Tuesday night that recognized the community service of local individuals and groups.