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True/False Q & A [Photo]

A photo illustration for the True/False Film Festival.

Auction item sells for $500 [Photo]

Volunteer Don Stamper, left, and Greg Croll, the auctioneer at Bob McDavid's campaign fundraiser event on Wednesday, lift an item up for display which eventually sold for $550. The event raised at least $5,000 from the auction alone, not including ticket sales and donations at the door.

McDavid hosts auction to raise funds [Photo]

From left, Melody Perry, auctioneer Greg Croll, Bob McDavid and Don Stamper sort out the details of the last item up for auction at McDavid's mayor campaign fundraiser held at the Eagles Lodge on Tuesday evening. The event raised at least $5,000 from the auction alone, not including ticket sales and donations at the door.

Missouri's RaeShara Brown goes for the rebound vs. Colorado [Photo]

Missouri's RaeShara Brown, lower left, and Jessra Johnson, lower right, struggle to grab a rebound against Colorado on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball player Jasmyn Otote vs. Colorado [Photo]

Missouri's Jasmyn Otote, right, guards Colorado's Alyssa Fressle on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball player Marissa Scott vs. Colorado [Photo]

MU women's basketball player Marissa Scott drives through the Colorado defense Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball player Toy Richbow vs. Colorado [Photo]

Missouri's Toy Richbow, center, puts up a shot past Colorado's Chucky Jeffery on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball player RaeShara Brown vs. Colorado [Photo]

Missouri's RaeShara Brown, left, led the Tigers with a career-high 21 points against Colorado Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball player Jessra Johnson vs, Colorado [Photo]

Missouri's Jessra Johnson, left, finished with 17 points and 11 rebounds Tuesday night against visiting Colorado.

'Spay-ghetti' dinner [Slideshow]

Members of the Central Missouri Humane Society held Columbia’s first ever "Spay-ghetti" dinner on Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia. The event included a silent auction, bake sale and other donations in order to help those who cannot afford to spay or neuter their pets.

A peace(ful) vigil [Photo]

People gather to attend "Vigil of Remembrance for Peace" in front of the Boone County Courthouse on Tuesday. The vigil marks the deaths of 1,000 U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.

Protesting war [Photo]

Teri Sullivan participates in a "Vigil of Remembrance for Peace" held outside the courthouse on Tuesday.

Remembering the fallen [Photo]

Barbara Hawley holds a candle in remembrance of the thousand U.S. soldiers killed in the war in Afghanistan during a peace vigil outside the courthouse in Columbia on Tuesday.

John Sam Williamson [Photo]

John Sam Williamson

A family affair [Photo]

From left, Kimberly Mahaney, mother Denise McFarlin, and Kimberly's sister Kortni McFarlin, stand in their family owned G.O.A.L.S., a women's perfume and clothing shop near Columbia College, on Tuesday. Kortni is donating her kidney to her mother Denise, whose kidneys are failing for the second time in her life. After recovering from the transplant, Denise plans on taking over the family business.

Laura Nauser to face Chris Kelly [Photo]

Laura Nauser, shown here at a crime prevention news conference on June 6, has filed to run against Rep. Chris Kelly for the 24th District seat to the Missouri House of Representatives.

Mayoral Forum [Video]

Columbia residents, mostly from the Parkade Neighborhood Association, gathered to hear several candidates for city mayor speak at the Back Yager Funeral Home Monday night.

Mary Still [Photo]

Mary Still

Moving a cart of plotted plants [Photo]

Debbie Colton, who has worked at Strawberry Hill Farms for two years, moves flats of potted plants on a cart Monday afternoon. The plants must be moved to other greenhouses to make room for the younger plants now being potted.

Rows of strawberries [Photo]

Rows of potted plants sit inside one of 21 greenhouses located at Strawberry Hill Farms. Amy Sapp, who runs the farm with her husband, Steven Sapp, said the farm will open for business on March 21, the first day of spring.
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