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Former Columbia Mayor Darwin Hindman Dies

Jun 17, 2019
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Darwin Hindman, who served Columbia as mayor for 15 years, died early Monday. He was 86.

"He was amazing — he left quite a legacy," Hindman’s son-in-law and fourth ward Columbia City Council member Ian Thomas said.

Columbia’s longest-serving mayor, Hindman held the position from 1995 to 2010.

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The CSA Surgical Center is a finalist for the Bernard A. Kershner Innovations in Quality Improvement Award, according to the Columbia Missourian.

The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care named CSA Surgical Center as a finalist for its study to determine if post-operation pain can be reduced by using pain medication before the surgery, according to Jana Woods, the center’s representative.

CSA Surgical Center joins he Knoxville Ophthalmology ASC and Laser Spine Surgery of Tampa as the other finalists.

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Graduate transfer quarterback Kelly Bryant will remain at the University of Missouri amid sanctions handed down by the NCAA, according to The Columbia Missourian.

MU’s football program, as well as the baseball and softball programs, received a one-year postseason ban, among other punishments from the NCAA after a former employee committed academic fraud.

A source close to Bryant confirmed to the Missourian that he will remain at Missouri. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

The scooter rental company Lime is pausing all scooter operations for the duration of the winter.

The Columbia Missourian reported Sam Sadie, Lime’s director of government relations sent an email to city officials Monday confirming the scooters’ temporary hiatus.

"We're pausing our services in Columbia for the next few weeks to take stock of what worked and how we can partner with the city and university moving forward," Sadie said in the email.