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Ross Nesbit is preparing himself and his home for flooding [Photo]

Ross Nesbit, 77, and former mayor of Satartia, Miss., south of Yazoo City, points out how much the water from the Yazoo River has risen near his home Monday. Nesbit, who is in the process of emptying out his home is prepared for it to go underwater as the river now sits both in his garden and across the street from his house. Residents and farmers along the Mississippi River and its tributaries race to secure their homes and businesses as much as possible from what is expected to be historic flooding.

Hickman baseball player Joey Smith vs. Rock Bridge [Photo]

Hickman's Joey Smith runs the bases in the Kewpies' game Monday against Rock Bridge.

Rock Bridge baseball player John Miles celebrates home run vs. Hickman [Photo]

Rock Bridge senior John Miles, left, receives congratulations from his teammates after his third-inning home run Monday against Hickman.

MU sophomores study with statistics tutor [Photo]

MU sophomores Rachel Zang and Cara Cortesi get help from tutor Erika Chapman, center, on Monday at the Student Success Center in preparation for their statistics final.

Jayla Kemp shows off her makeup at Glamour-Azzi [Photo]

Jayla Kemp, 5, shows off her makeup to her mom, Michelle Kemp, at the Glamour-Azzi event at MU Children's Hospital on Monday. The event was sponsored by radio station Q106.1 and The Strand Salon and Spa, which brought professional stylists to make over patients and their mothers.

Ashley LaFollette has her hair styled at Glamour-Azzi [Photo]

Ashley LaFollette, 8, has her hair done during Glamour-Azzi on Monday at MU Children's Hospital.

Katelyn Robinet gets makeover at Glamour-Azzi [Photo]

Katelyn Robinett, 15, an outpatient at MU Children's Hospital, has her makeup done during Glamour-Azzi on Monday. Q106.1 and The Strand Salon sponsored Glamour-Azzi, which brought professional stylists to make over patients and their mothers.

Pedicures part of Glamour-Azzi [Photo]

Margaret Romph, 7, has her toes painted during Glamour-Azzi at MU Children's Hospital on Monday. Q106.1 and The Strand Salon sponsored Glamour-Azzi, which brought professional stylists to make over patients and their mothers.

Stylist Christy Huggans dries 7-year-old Margaret Romph's hair [Photo]

Stylist Christy Huggans dries 7-year-old Margaret Romph's hair at the Glamour-Azzi event at MU Children's Hospital on Monday. Romph was paralyzed in a car accident two years ago. Q106.1 and The Strand Salon sponsored Glamour-Azzi, which brought professional stylists to make over patients and their mothers.

Judy Fry works in her garden [Photo]

Judy Fry waters plants in her garden on Monday outside her home on North Garth Avenue.

Students bask in sun at Delta Tau Delta [Photo]

From left, MU students David Vaughn, Andrew Danter, Justin Thompson and Anthony Marcozzi bask in the sun on their trampoline while taking a break from final exams on Monday outside the Delta Tau Delta house.

Bridget Murphy studies in library [Photo]

Sophomore photojournalism major Bridget Murphy studies on the second floor of Ellis Library for her macroeconomics final Monday.

Haley Nolan sleeps outside [Photo]

MU sophomore psychology major Hayley Nolan rests in the grass next to Speakers Circle in between her finals Monday afternoon.

Jamie Lauderdale studies outside [Photo]

First year graduate student Jamie Lauderdale sits outside of Ellis Library and finishes up a final paper for her Russian novel class Monday afternoon.

Mark A. Reyes [Photo]

Mark A. Reyes, 28, was arrested on suspicion of illegally possessing a concealed firearm and unlawful use of a weapon, both felonies.

Paul J. Everman [Photo]

Paul J. Everman, 35, was arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property and unlawful use of a weapon, both felonies

Robert Morrison [Photo]

Robert Morrison is senior fellow for policy studies at the Family Research Council.

Quilting close-up [Photo]

Mary Ellen Bass works on a quilt at Community United Methodist Church. The women in the quilting group pay close attention to each stitch when they quilt, usually every Tuesday at the church.

Quilting on Tuesdays [Photo]

Mary Ellen Bass works on a quilt commemorating her family's Civil War story at Community United Methodist Church. Normally there are approximately 15 women working on various quilts every Tuesday at the church.

Melissa Klauda [Photo]

Melissa Klauda is a reporter and photographer for the Missourian.
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