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Briefly in the News: January

Patriot Park Grant The Patriot Park project, a joint effort of the Columbia Housing Authority, Welcome Home, and the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture, won a $25,000 grant from State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist grant program. The grant will be used to make improvements to the park, located on the grounds of the Patriot Place apartment […]

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Joe Miller, Central Missouri President, First State Community Bank

Job description: Management of Columbia, Moberly, Mexico, and Boonville markets for FSCB.   Age:  50.   Years lived in Columbia/mid-Missouri: 33 years.   Original hometown: LaMonte, Missouri (since no one knows where that is — just west of Sedalia).   Education: Attended both MU and Columbia College. Received my BS in business administration in 1990. […]

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January: A Closer Look

Taco Tuesday, Everyday If you don’t know what a walking taco is, imagine all the trappings of your favorite regular taco, but in a bag of crushed up Fritos. Columbia’s new walking taco specialists are Brittany and Scott Huhn, the wife-and-husband ownership team of Taco Tuesday, Everyday, which opened in October. “I thought most people […]

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Polly Reynolds, Vice President and Trust Officer, The Trust Company

January 2017 This or That from ColumbiaBusinessTimes    

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Job Point’s Company Feud

Survey says…! Job Point needs your help! It’s newest fundraiser, Job Point’s Company Feud, is coming up on October 10. Modeled after the famed game show Family Feud, participants will guess the answers a surveyed group of people gave to Columbia-related questions. You’re our survey group! Please take five minutes to provide an answer to […]

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