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Housing the Homeless: When Housing Comes First

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Housing the Homeless: When Housing Comes First

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"Homelessness is a complex problem, but homelessness is a fixable problem," says Steve Hollis, Columbia’s Manager of Human Services. "The first step is putting someone into a home." Homelessness is a reality that tho...

License to Wed: Municipal Marriage in Columbia

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License to Wed: Municipal Marriage in Columbia

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There's a new place in town to get married but you have to make it through the metal detector first.

Reflections on Sharp End in Columbia

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Reflections on Sharp End in Columbia

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Sharp End was once the cultural heart of Columbia, Missouri's black community. Over the last year, the Sharp End Heritage Committee has made an effort to immortalize the area that once existed between Fifth and Sixth ...

Home Repair Programs

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Home Repair Programs

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Even more energy efficiency money available and an easier application process. Columbia's Minor Home Repair Program and Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program promote neighborhood stability by making low-inter...

Public Art Tour with the Otocast App HD

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Public Art Tour with the Otocast App HD

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Columbia’s collection of public art can now be experienced on your mobile device. Use the free mobile app to guide you on a tour of over 35 pieces of public art around town. Each stop on the tour includes photos, writ...

Plastic Recycling Stream POV

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Plastic Recycling Stream POV

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Ever wonder what happens to your recyclables once they leave your curbside? Get a point of view perspective into the cycle of recyclable plastic material as it cycles through purchasing, consuming, disposing, sorting ...

Artist in Residence: Beth Nybeck at Battle High School

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Artist in Residence: Beth Nybeck at Battle High School

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Artist Beth Nybeck's residency at Battle High School sparks students' interest in the arts and adds to the growing culture of the school with a large, collaborative metal sculpture.

Percent for Art: Tidal Murmur by Beth Nybeck

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Percent for Art: Tidal Murmur by Beth Nybeck

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Beth Nybeck, a Kansas City metal sculpture artist, designed the artwork for the new Short Street parking garage. Learn what inspired Nybeck to create Tidal Murmur for the City of Columbia's Percent for Art program.

Think: Columbia’s Storm Drain Art

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Think: Columbia’s Storm Drain Art

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In 2012, in association with Columbia's Roots and Blues and Barbecue festival, Thumper Entertainment and the City of Columbia collaborated on this Storm Drain Art project to encourage public discussion about healthy w...

Welcome to Columbia, Missouri!

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Welcome to Columbia, Missouri!

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