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The shop opened Jan. 1 to start the new year after its soft opening Dec. 15. [Read More]
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Missouri women's basketball ended a three-game slide and won away from home for the first time, topping the Rebels 71-57. [Read More]
Kjell Jordheim, 97, of Columbia, passed away Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. [Read More]
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Editorial cartoon by John Darkow... [Read More]
Click here to view this item from columbiamissourian.com. [Read More]
Columbia College Women's Basketball beat Lyon College 77-67 Saturday at Southwell Complex. The Cougars were led in scoring by Mia Nienhueser with 19 points. Raegan... [Read More]
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Columbia College men's basketball continued its AMC winning streak Saturday by defeating Lyon College 65-57. The win takes the Cougars' season record to 12-7 and... [Read More]
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The Tigers have suffered recent losses on and off the court, but struggling Ole Miss offers a chance to bounce back. [Read More]
Community members gathered at the Boone County Courthouse Plaza at noon on Saturday in Solidarity with the National Women's March. Participants sang a cover of... [Read More]
Missouri has one of the highest rates of death during and after pregnancies. [Read More]
Victoria Day, left, raises her hands in support of the speaker at the Women's Solidarity Rally and March on Saturday at the Boone County Courthouse... [Read More]
Guest speakers at the event urged public participation and addressed ways to influence social reform. [Read More]
The Tigers set a school and SEC record from the foul line, but the speed and pace of Alabama's play overwhelmed Missouri as it dips... [Read More]
The Columbia Police Department responded to a report of shots fired at the Walmart on West Broadway late Friday evening. [Read More]
The Boone Regional Beekeepers Association partnered with the Great Plains Master Beekeeping program for the beginner's class. [Read More]
The Air Force veteran served as a postmaster during a 30-year career with the U.S. Postal Service. [Read More]
Freezing rain and sleet covered the town Friday, leaving a crystalline glaze of ice over Columbia. Many local schools and businesses closed for the day... [Read More]
Missouri's offense has struggled, and with no reliable first option to turn to against the Crimson Tide on Saturday and other upcoming opponents, the Tigers... [Read More]
New First Ward City Council candidate hopes to improve housing, infrastructure and job opportunities, while decreasing crime. [Read More]
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