Thinking outside the US
Nine students affiliated with Lincoln University’s Model United Nations team traveled to St. Louis last week to represent the interests of Azerbaijan, the largest country in the Caucasus region.
Wellness center for sale
When Gloria Baker opened Therapeutic Touch Wellness Center in 2007, she set out to make a few things happen.
A longtime vacant building on High Street has a new owner. The 118 E. High Street building, previously owned by Central Bank, is now the property of Farmer Holding Company.
Precision Machine Inc. has been working out of a temporary location at 2713 W. Main St., while a new shop was being constructed in place of the old building that burned in August 2012.
Forbes magazine has again recognized Central Bancompany as one of America’s Best Banks in its annual review of the nation’s 100 largest financial institutions. Central ranked 18th on Forbes’ 2014 survey.
Jane Bigham says her job as an archaeologist for Missouri State Parks may not lead to spectacular finds, but there is plenty of interesting work.
The United Way of Central Missouri Board of Directors has approved the potential to add an additional partner agency.
Local ice cream truck prompts BOA to reevaluate
Debate over a controversial ordinance concerning mobile vendors in the City of Eldon resurfaced at the Board of Aldermen’s Feb. 25 meeting after the board voted not to change it last October.
Saturday’s final round ends two-month long competition, benefits Tri-County YMCA
Ruthie D’s Restaurant claimed the champion trophy and $1,000 prize at the Fifth Annual Silver Cup Chef Challenge Final on Saturday at Linn Creek, Mo.
The Community Health Center of Central Missouri has established a Chronic Care Program to help patients with chronic disease management for conditions such as diabetes, asthma and depression.
Here are weather-related cancellations and announcements around Mid-Missouri for Sunday, March 2, 2014.
Two early Saturday fires remain under investigation, as separate fire departments work to complete their reports.
Crews moving into position for storm
Ameren Missouri's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is now open for the ice storm moving across Missouri.
March to enter with a roar
WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 AM CST MONDAY. SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 7 TO 10 INCHES, ALONG WITH A LIGHT GLAZING OF ICE.
Thomas Jefferson Middle School students proved themselves as budding entrepreneurs by presenting ideas for possible products and services they invented.
For young families, with little ones’ activities and building careers, taking an active part in the political process can be a challenge.
Ret. Maj. John Sullivan never expected to receive France’s highest honor. But 70 years after flying 35 missions in the then-Nazi-occupied nation, that’s just what he received.
February may go into the record books as the coldest in 35 years. That’s according to Pat Guinan, state climatologist at the University of Missouri.
The Cole County Public Works Department will hold an open house Tuesday to discuss the progress on the Pioneer Trail School Safe Routes to Schools Project.
The Cole County grand jury handed down several indictments this week, finding there was enough evidence to send the cases on to the circuit courts for possible trial.