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Salvation Army Harbor House prepares for snowstorm [Photo]

Maj. Kendall Mathews takes stock of extra soap, blankets and pillows in preparation for the storm on Monday, Jan. 31, 2011, at the Salvation Army Harbor House. The shelter serves as a warming center in Columbia. Mathews said, "We have at least 15 days of supplies."

MU snowstorm in 2006 yielded 15 inches [Photo]

With a record-setting December snowfall of more than 15 inches, walking proved to be the best mode of transportation for most of Friday morning, Dec. 1, 2006, in Columbia.

Snow cleanup from 2006 [Photo]

An unidentified man operates a snow blower on Dec. 1, 2006, in Columbia.

Marie Dickerson stocks up for storm at Root Cellar [Photo]

Marie Dickerson and daughter Elsa, 8, shop for groceries downtown at the Root Cellar. After Marie had heard that other stores were running out of milk and eggs, she decided to stock up. Marie and her children plan on spending the snow day baking and doing arts and crafts. "We have all the baking supplies we need," she said.

Closing early on Ninth Street [Photo]

Anticipation of the winter storm caused several downtown businesses to close early, including Bubblecup on Ninth Street.

Jackie Jennings spreads salt at Lee Elementary [Photo]

Jackie Jennings spreads salt in front Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School before the students exit the building Monday afternoon. The school, along with other Columbia Public Schools campuses, closed early because of the weather conditions, and classes were canceled altogether for Tuesday.

Mary Walther spreads salt on a neighbor's walk [Photo]

Mary Walther sprinkles salt on her neighbor Chris Harrison’s ice-covered walkway. Walther said she and Harrison have been neighbors for six years.

Kayla Blevins scrapes her car window [Photo]

Kayla Blevins scrapes the ice off her rear window on Monday. In preparation for the upcoming snowstorm, Blevins said she’s going to stock up on food and windshield defroster spray.

Pasha Kelly helps Rick Gilford try on YakTrax [Photo]

Pasha Kelly helps Rick Gilford on Monday try on the YakTrax Walker, a traction device that attaches to shoes and provides stability on ice and snow. Kelly, a Dryer’s Shoes employee, said that people have been coming in all morning asking for the device.

Rick Gilford tries on the YakTrax Walker [Photo]

At Dryer's Shoes, Rick Gilford tries on the YakTrax Walker — a device that slips over boots to make them less prone to slipping on the ice. Gilford joked that he had to get a set of YakTrax after he saw his boss wearing them.

Student board bus early at Jefferson Junior High [Photo]

Students disperse from school early on Monday at Jefferson Junior High School. Columbia Public Schools let students out 2½ hours early due to the weather.

School's out early at Jefferson Junior High [Photo]

Students disperse from school early on Monday at Jefferson Junior High School. Columbia Public Schools let students out 2½ hours early due to the weather.

The Snow Me State [Graphic]

Snowfall amounts from Tuesday's storm are likely to be greatest across Central and Northeast Missouri. These are projected amounts as of noon Wednesday.

Buying the last generator at Home Depot [Photo]

Home Depot employees Chaun Nebbitt and Scott Hill help lift Ann Ross', in the background, electric generator she bought on Monday at the store off Clark Lane. Ross bought the last available electric generator at the store to run the pellet stove at her home in Higbee in case her power goes out because of winter weather.

Earth Wise in front of Main Squeeze [Photo]

Sean Pollock scatters Earth Wise, an environmentally friendly ice melt, in front of Main Squeeze on Monday.

Salting Bank of America's parking lot [Photo]

Codie Snodgrass starts the work before the snowstorm by spreading salt in the Bank of America parking lot Monday in downtown Columbia. Snodgrass said the puddles of melted snow from the last storm would refreeze, creating a problem.

Columbia residents salt in preparation of storms [Photo]

Codie Snodgrass loads salt in the back of a truck Monday as he sets out to spread salt in the streets.

Richard Thomas appointed UM System treasurer [Photo]

Richard Thomas, UM System treasurer

Reflecting on defeat [Photo]

Nebraska's Ross Grande reflects after his loss to Missouri's Kyle Bradley in the 149-pound weight class. Bradley held a 4-2 lead going into the final period, but Grande scored two takedowns with under a minute left to send the match into sudden-death overtime. After 24 seconds in overtime, Bradley scored a takedown to defeat Grande.

Henderson holds on [Photo]

Missouri junior Dorian Henderson tries to maintain his balance as Nebraska's Caleb Kolb makes a move. Henderson defeated Kolb 4-2 in the 174-pound weight class pairing.
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