Musician Gives Back To Missouri

Typically, if a nationally known country music act takes Exit 148 of Interstate 70, it’s because they’re stopping for gas or a quick bite to eat. That’s not the case for Adam Sanders. When his tour bus driver exits I-70 October 4, it’s because they’re heading to a show designed to help a small, Mid-Missouri […]


Fall Festivals In Big D

As temperatures in Missouri begin to drop, travelers looking for a little adventure can expect things to heat up in Texas this fall.  In a city best known for its big approach to everything, it’s no wonder that Dallas features an all-star lineup of entertainment and festivals. With daily flights from Columbia Regional Airport, it’s […]


Top 7 Fall Vacation Destinations

While summer might be most Americans’ favorite time to travel, massive crowds and sweltering heat can make summer travel a pain. Fall can be a great time to take a break and take advantage of more affordable and less crowded vacation spots. With Columbia Regional Airport providing daily flights to Chicago and Dallas, the possibilities […]


20th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament

River Hills Sporting Clays will be hosting the 20th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament on Sunday, August 31. The tournament will separated into two rounds, the first beginning at 8 a.m. and the second beginning at 3 p.m. There will be two 50-bird target courses for competitors to choose from and a variety of prizes and […]


The Hot Bike Tour

Downtown Jefferson City will be transformed into a “motorcycle oasis” this Sunday, August 17 when the GEICO Hot Bike Tour rides into town. Jefferson City will be the second stop on the tour, which aims to hit five cities in five days. According to the event’s press release national motorcycle magazine editors, 24 top pro […]


COMO Connect: Columbia's New Bus System

Early in August the City of Columbia will launch COMO Connect, a new public transit system built to serve the city’s growing population. The change comes after several years of requests from Columbia residents for an updated bus system. Teresa White, Marketing Specialist for Columbia’s Public Works Department, says the city manager challenged his staff […]


Boot Camp

Two words that usually make you automatically think of the military and drill sergeants yelling you to “Drop and give me twenty!” I was ready. It was time. I made that choice to take control of my health and fitness and the only way to do it was by going to boot camp. No, I […]


South East Craft Beer Fest

The South Eastern Conference may be well known for their traveling football fans, but Columbians will soon see another aspect of the SEC move into Mid Missouri this August. The South East Craft Beer Festival — often shortened to SECraft Beer Fest — will feature more than 45 different craft beers from across the Southeastern […]


Columbia Farmers Market

With summer in full swing, the Columbia Farmers Market is open for business with weekly offerings of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other local products. The Columbia Farmers Market hosts farms and vendors from across Mid Missouri and provides a wide range of items for market shoppers. Tables of seasonal fruits and vegetables fresh from the […]


Tour de Jeff City Moonlight Bike Ride

This Sunday bicycling enthusiasts and night owls will join together to ride through the streets of Jefferson City for the Tour de Jeff City Moonlight Bike Ride. Sponsored by Jefferson City Parks and Recreation, JC Coca-Cola, and Red Wheel Bike Shop, the 15 mile ride will begin at 2 a.m. Sunday July 13. The ride […]