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How the battle played out [Graphic]

Here's a look at what happened at the original Battle of Boonville.

Pon Chinn [Photo]

Pon Chinn

Free Lunch in the Park begins its program [Video]

Boone County’s Voluntary Action Center and Health Department began its free lunch program for children in Douglass Park on Monday. Organizers explain how the program works.

Rehearsing for summer concert series [Photo]

Siri Geenen practices the viola for the Chamber Music Recital at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.

Four masters of the strings [Photo]

Carrie Dowell, Siri Geenen, Matthew Pierce and Laura Stout rehearse for an empty house Monday. The quartet will perform Monday evening as a part of the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts' Hot Summer Nights Music Festival.

A.L. Gustin Golf Course clubhouse [Photo]

The A.L. Gustin Golf Course clubhouse was constructed in 1997.

Columbia Regional Airport's terminal [Photo]

Columbia Regional Airport's current terminal was one of Pon Chinn's notable projects.

Boone County National Bank's Rockbridge location [Photo]

Boone County National Bank's Rockbridge location is one of Pon Chinn's architectural projects.

A Musical Monday [Photo]

Siri Geenen practices Monday in the Missouri Theatre. Geenen is a member of a string quartet that performed works originally composed by Duke Ellington on Monday.

Lake of the Woods Golf Course's clubhouse [Photo]

The clubhouse located at Lake of the Woods Golf Course in Columbia

L.A. Nickell Golf Course's clubhouse [Photo]

The clubhouse located at L.A. Nickell Golf Course in Columbia.

William A. Collins [Photo]

William A. Collins is a guest columnist.

Getting ready for the recital [Photo]

Matthew Pierce and Laura Stout rehearse for their Monday performance at the Missouri Theatre's Center for the Arts' Chamber Music Recital.

Langley Atrium located in First Christian Church [Photo]

Langley Atrium, located in First Christian Church, was dedicated in 1991.

Way and Perry stand at grave of black Confederate [Photo]

Tony Way, left, and Greg Perry, standing at the grave of a black Confederate, talk about a historical marker intended to honor 10 black residents who earned pensions for Confederate service during the Civil War on April 5, in Monroe, N.C. Perry, of Monroe, who learned recently that an ancestor was awarded pension for Confederate service, said it’s hard to reconcile that fact with what he knows firsthand about being a black man in the South. Way, a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, found that 10 black men from Union County received Confederate pensions.

Tom Goss performs at PrideFest [Photo]

Tom Goss performs during PrideFest at Bengal's Bar & Grill on Sunday, June 12 in Columbia.

Historian Chris Edwards to put on Bill Anderson show [Photo]

Chris Edwards is shown at the age of 28, dressed in a Civil War-era costume. His idea of producing Civil War-themed rock songs began more than 30 years ago.

Bill Anderson photo [Photo]

Confederate sympathizing guerrilla "Bloody" Bill Anderson killed Union soldiers in the Lawrence Massacre and the Centralia Massacre.

Awaiting results of Gayest Dog Contest [Photo]

Latresa Steve and her dog, LeBron, right, wait for the results of the Mid-Missouri Pride Fest Gayest Dog Contest. They did not place in the competition.

Summer Osborne and Lisa Blu perform during PrideFest [Photo]

Summer Osborne and her drummer, Lisa Blu, perform at the Mid-Missouri Pride Fest. Osborne played a set of original songs and one Alanis Morissette cover.
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