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Sparky's opens for the season
Thursday, February 28, 2008 | 9:08 p.m. CST; updated 3:16 p.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008
Bryce Youmans, 6, watches closely as his shake is prepared. Ann Youmans took her sons Bryce and Louis to Sparky's on Monday, the first day of the season for the homemade ice cream shop.

Columbia firefighters respond to a one-vehicle accident just west of Stadium Boulevard on Friday. Traffic in the westbound lanes of I-70 were backed up for several miles while emergency crews worked at the scene.
A cyclist prepares for the Froze Toes Road Race near Two Mile Prarie School off Route Z in Columbia on Sunday.
The statue of Sparky, the 11-year-old bulldog that inspired the name of the homemade ice cream store, greets customers at the entrance.
Oklahoma State guard Marcus Dove, left, and MU Tigers forward Justin Stafford fight for the ball during the second half of the game between MU and OSU on Tuesday.
MU Junior DeMarre Carroll takes a spill while driving to the net during Mizzou's game against OSU on Tuesday. MU lost to the Cowboys 75-73.
Missouri's RaeShara Brown goes in for a layup against Kansas' Nicollette Smith during the first half of the Tiger's 62-59 victory against the Jayhawks on Feb. 23.

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