Kellie White’s Three-Cheese Chicken Parmesan with Pesto-Roasted Cauliflower Steak

Kellie created this recipe for the World Food Championships, but the dish of comfort food with a twist has become a family favorite as well.


0 Comments4 Minutes

March 4, 1933

All of the banks in Missouri were closed on this day. Two days later the President would order all the nation’s banks closed.


0 Comments1 Minute

March 3, 1794

Today's date is the birthday of John Hardeman Walker who got the Bootheel added to Missouri.


0 Comments1 Minute

March 2, 1829

The radical reformer, statesman, general, and Missouri Senator Carl Schurz was born on this day. He is famous for saying: "My country, right or wrong; if right, to be kept…


0 Comments1 Minute

Columbians’ Green Thumbs

The four-season beauty of Columbia can be found throughout the town in its private lawns and public gardens. Here’s where the green-thumbed go to find inspiration.


0 Comments5 Minutes

March 1, 1887

The court in Daviess County ordered the building of the famous rotating "Squirrel Cage Jail" in Gallatin. 


0 Comments1 Minute

February 28, 1803

Congress set aside money on this date for a small military unit to explore the valleys of the Missouri and Columbia Rivers. Thomas Jefferson chose a childhood friend, Meriwether…


0 Comments1 Minute

February 27, 1849

Butler County was formed on this date.


0 Comments1 Minute

February 26, 1781

This the birthday of our third Governor. Abraham J. Williams was a one-legged shoemaker from Boone County who rose to prominence in the Missouri Senate before serving one short…


0 Comments1 Minute

February 25, 1976

Reporters were allowed to try the new Screamin' Eagle roller coaster at Six Flags in Eureka. At sixty-two miles per hour, it was the nation’s tallest, longest, and fastest…


0 Comments1 Minute