BioPharma Cuts Ribbon at New Columbia Clinical Facility

The event gave a first look at the clinical research company’s new 11,000 square-foot laboratory and clinical facility, an expansion that included a $550,000 capital investment.


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REDI Downtown Incubator

REDI's Downtown Incubator, next door to REDI’s headquarters, serves as an affordable, 24-hour office space for entrepreneurship in Columbia, providing resources and space for local entrepreneurs.


Columbia #1 "Best-Performing Cities"

Columbia ranks #1 with strong performances across the board. Growth in high-tech GDP and the number of high-tech industries drove its top ranking.

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Columbia Daily Tribune

The Columbia Daily Tribune, is one of two daily newspapers in Columbia, Missouri and is the most widely circulated newspaper in Mid-Missouri. The paper it delivered evenings Monday through Friday and mornings on Saturday and Sunday. The Tribune was founded in 1901 and has been in the Waters family since 1905. In 2011 Vicki Russell became the first female publisher The paper is environmentally friendly, using in excess of 90% recycled newsprint. The paper is available online at

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City of Columbia, Water & Light Department

Columbia Water & Light was formed by voter approval in 1904. Since that time, the utility has been furnishing Columbians with low cost, reliable electricity and high quality water. Every customer is an owner of the utility and has a say in how the utility is run. Operational recommendations are made to the Council by the Water and Light Advisory Board. Final decisions concerning Columbia Water & Light are made by the City Council. The utility is run as a department of the City of Columbia. Contributions are made to city government in the form of a gross receipts tax, property tax and to the general fund for city services.

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From the Blog


Following discussion at the October 8 REDI board meeting, REDI Board Chair Todd Culley sent a letter regarding the issue to Columbia Mayor Bob McDavid.