Ashley Jost Columbia's newest grocery store opened its doors Tuesday, a day before the official grand opening, and drew hundreds of shoppers.Lucky's Market, 111 S. Providence Road, occupies a long-vacant space at Providence Road and Broadway that last housed Osco Drug, and it provides a new fresh food option for central-city residents.Lucky's is on the edge of what the U.S. Department of Agriculture calls a "food desert," meaning the area has high concentrations of low-income residents who...
Ashley Jost An Oregon company Thursday morning announced plans to build a $50 million radioisotope production facility at the University of Missouri's Discovery Ridge Research Park in southeast Columbia.Nick Fowler, founder and CEO of Northwest Medical Isotopes, was joined by local officials and representatives of the state and university at a morning news conference at City Hall to announce the project.The facility will make molybdenum-99, an isotope that is used by radio pharmacies to...
Ashley Jost The first of two candidates vying for the Columbia College presidency spent his morning on campus connecting with alumni, community leaders and former trustees, with visits planned this afternoon with faculty and students.Scott Dalrymple, dean of the School of Liberal Arts at Excelsior College in Albany, N.Y., discussed his interest in involvement in campus activities and programs, as well as hopes of addressing retention rates and turnover rates across all Columbia College...
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Selecting a term
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