In 2006, August Skamenca won a national Edward R. Murrow Award for his investigation into the state of Missouri's voter registration rolls. You can listen to his story above. He worked with the Columbia Missourian's Matt Wynn, who wrote the story below.
Original article from the Columbia Missourian, November 2, 2006:
Columbia native William Phillippe was drawn to the West Coast through military service and a steady job after he graduated from Hickman High School in 1938. He moved back to his hometown in 1988 and in 1992 married Rea Phillippe.
CoMo Weekender - St. Patrick's Day Edition ft. Roller Derby, Trains and More
The spring equinox is next week, but celebrate warm weather early. Start spending part of St. Patrick’s Day outside The District. Don’t worry, McNally’s will have those half-yard green beers upon your return. Then, round out the weekend back in town with something hot (Tango Workshop) and something heavy (BENT).
This week, Janet Saidi sits in for Scarlett Robertson as host of Off the Clock. A week after True/False weekend, Columbia was home to another cultural spree: Independent Actors Theatre’s fourth annual short Women’s Play Festival. KBIA’s Harum Helmy brings us some highlights from the event, which featured six short plays, four different playwrights and three local directors.