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HS FB Playoffs Vs. Weather – Kickoff Times Changing

Tonight is a BIG one for HS Football playoffs with MANY teams across Y107-land competing in their District Semi-finals.  Mother nature is making things difficult however. Not only will wind be a major player in the action, we’re also looking at rain and potential storms.  As such, almost all kick-off times are changing, moving up at least an hour or …

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MSHSAA cross country state championships bringing several thousand people to Columbia

Columbia’s Gans Creek cross country course is hosting this weekend’s MSHSAA state cross country championships (2021 file photo courtesy of Columbia Parks and Recreation) More than 2,000 high school cross country athletes from across Missouri are in Columbia today and Saturday for the MSHAA cross country state championships at the state-of-the-art Gans Creek recreation area, near Highway 63. Columbia Parks and …

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Flyovers are key component in MoDOT’s preferred plan for I-70/63 Columbia interchange

MoDOT’s preferred alternative for Columbia’s I-70 and Highway 63 interchange contains two flyovers (November 2, 2022 photo from 939 the Eagle’s Brian Hauswirth) State transportation officials have unveiled their preferred alternative for Columbia’s heavily-congested I-70 and Highway 63 interchange. The proposed plan is called a SPUI, which is a single point urban interchange. Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) project director …

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Columbia’s EquipmentShare continues major growth; Missouri’s governor to speak at jobs announcement

This is the exterior of the EquipmentShare facility in east Columbia (2022 photo courtesy of EquipmentShare spokeswoman Meg Judy) Missouri’s governor will be in Columbia this morning to help announce new details of fast-growing EquipmentShare’s $100-million expansion. Governor Mike Parson will be speaking at the 10 am announcement at company headquarters on Bull Run, near I-70’s Lake of the Woods exit. …

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90-year-old bridge in mid-Missouri closed for urgent repairs

The Highway 240 bridge over Salt creek in mid-Missouri’s Howard County was built in 1932 (November 2, 2022 photo courtesy of MoDOT’s Adam Pulley) Residents and farmers in and near mid-Missouri’s Fayette may need to find an alternate route to work this (Thursday) morning. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has closed the Highway 240 bridge over Salt Creek, saying …

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