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Located among small tributary valleys of the Missouri River, Columbia is roughly equidistant from St. Louis and Kansas City. The city has been ranked as high as the second-best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine's annual list and is regularly in the top 100. The economy of Columbia is historically dominated by education, healthcare, and the insurance industry.

Population: 100733
Local Newspapers: Columbia Missourian
Local Sports Teams: University of Missouri's Missouri Tigers
Local Colleges: University of Missouri

Zip Codes associated with columbia, missouri: 65201 65202 65203
Towns/Cities near columbia, missouri : Prathersville Harg Midway Rocheport Huntsdale McBaine Hallsville Boonville

Columbia News
Effects of Low-Carb Diets in Men and Women

Low-carb diets can affect men and women differently, say researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine in Columbia, Missouri. One key difference may help women with prediabetes reduce their heart disease risk by cutting carbs.

The Burney Sisters, Just 13 and 10, Preparing to Take LouFest's Main Stage

Based on dozens of YouTube videos of six-to-ten-year-olds absolutely shredding on guitar, there's no shortage of people who become instrumentally proficient at astoundingly young ages.

TV Talk: Sydney Jackson joins KKTV as new meteorologist

A Kansas City native, Jackson studied meteorology at the University of Missouri-Columbia and then Mississippi State University. She's spent the last four years as a weathercaster at NBC affiliate KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri.

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When you think of America's so-called "Civil War," rock music may not be one of the first things that come to mind. However, as one of the most deadly wars in American history, with Missouri being the third bloodiest of all the states in terms of war-related deaths and human rights atrocities, the War Between the States continues to resonate powerfully today.

Hannibal Regional Medical Group Welcomes Dr. James Tucker July 16,...

Hannibal Regional Medical Group is excited to welcome Dr. James Tucker to their family medicine team! James Tucker, DO completed his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine training at A.T. Still University in Kirksville after serving with honors in the United States Army. He completed his Family and Community Medicine Residency at the University of Missouri Columbia and has come back to his home area to establish his practice.

Man remains in critical condition after falling over balcony ledge at Lake of the Ozarks

A man continues to recover at University Hospital in Columbia, Missouri after he accidentally went over his room's balcony ledge at the Lake of the Ozarks this past weekend.

Services set for Blocker siblings; Elk season coming; Hunt Avenue changing

A joint homegoing celebration will be held Tuesday for Sally and Rovon Blocker; Columbia City Council will decide whether to allow a new East Campus neighborhood association; Missouri could start elk hunting season in 2020; Hunt Avenue is changing and Tina the Turkey was hit by a car. Your feedback is important to us: Tell us what you think! You also can email news editor Laura Johnston at if you have any questions or suggestions for how we can improve.

Historic Missouri State Fair venues receive upgrades

Workmen paint the exterior wood trim on the Womans Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sept. 26. Renovations to the building and the Coliseum began following the end of the 2017 Missouri State Fair and were completed last week.

Man hurt in Pettis County deputy shooting cleared for court

The Pettis County Circuit Court has ruled a suspect injured in an officer-involved shooting is competent for court proceedings. John M. Brandkamp, 28, of the 28000 block of Route U, has been charged with two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of armed criminal action and one count of unlawful use of a weapon, all felonies.

Ready for football? How about an updated Mizzou roster to tide you over

Also, Oregon safety transfer Khalil Oliver will wear No. 20. The only freshman not listed on the roster at this point is receiver Danny Gray.

Area programs affected by Navigators federal budget cuts

Chris Pittman, left, signs up for Affordable Care Act coverage on the Missouri marketplace during the 2017 open enrollment period, with the help of an insurance counselor from Primaris. Big budget cuts to a federal program designed to help people sign up for Affordable Care Act coverage could affect area programs.

Public Asked To Submit Drought Information July 12, 2018 COLUMBIA,...

The public is invited to submit information to help local, state and national decision-makers assess drought conditions and impacts in Missouri. You may submit information about conditions in your area to the Missouri Extension Drought Impact Reporter at, said Pat Guinan, University of Missouri Extension climatologist.

Betty Silvey | 88 | Columbia, Mo.

Betty Lea Pruett Silvey, 88, died June 28, 2018. Friends and family will be received at the Stan Silvey home from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, July 13. An interment service will be held at Fairview Cemetery in Louisiana, Mo.

Small internet providers face a fight for their lives

A couple of weeks ago, a group of CEOs from seven small regional ISPs gathered in Washington D.C. to meet with the FCC. In a closed-door conversation with Chairman Ajit Pai and his colleagues, the CEOs made a case against a recent petition filed by USTelecom -- a trade association that claims AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink and Frontier Communications as members.

Columbia's Insane Annual Fireworks War Must Continue for the Good of America

Man is born, man lives, and then man dies. Somewhere in the middle, if he has lived a truly fortuitous life, man is able to take part in harrowing, full-scale incendiary warfare against his own neighbors, armed to the teeth with thousands of dollars of explosives and more than a little disregard for his own safety or well-being.

Quilting for veterans

Members of the quilting group that meets at the Callaway County Public library look over quilts in progress brought by Mid-Missouri Quilts of Valor. Each is customized for the veteran who will receive it.

July 10 Police Reports

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each case.

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