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MU volleyball player Tatum Ailes in 2006 [Photo]

Tatum Anderson, then Tatum Ailes, celebrates a successful point in a 2006 Missouri volleyball match. Anderson was hired in February as the new Rock Bridge High School volleyball coach.

Former Missouri head basketball coach Mike Anderson is welcomed back by Arkansas fans [Photo]

Former Missouri head basketball coach Mike Anderson is welcomed home by about 5,000 Arkansas Razorbacks fans at a news conference Saturday in Fayetteville, Ark. Anderson declined to speculate on whether any of his Tigers' players might be considering following him to Arkansas.

Mike Anderson appears in public for the first time since leaving Missouri as head basketball coach [Photo]

Mike Anderson appears in public for the first time since leaving his position as Missouri head basketball coach to become head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks. Anderson's new contract is for seven years and $2.2 million annually. He turned down a $2 million offer from Missouri, where he coached for five years.

Former Missouri head basketball coach Mike Anderson announces new position as Arkansas head basketball coach [Photo]

Former Missouri head basketball coach Mike Anderson announces his position as Arkansas head basketball coach during a news conference Saturday in Fayetteville, Ark. Anderson, who was assistant coach at Arkansas under Nolan Richardson before coaching at Alabama-Birmingham for four seasons and then MU for five, replaced recently fired head coach John Pelphrey.

Residents had to bundle up for this season's first outdoor Columbia Farmers' Market [Photo]

Kelsey Harnstrom selects a tomato on Saturday at the Columbia Farmers' Market. Cold temperatures didn't stop Harnstorm's from visiting the market for the first time.

Farmers' market moves back outdoors [Photo]

Radishes were one of the many vegetables sold at the Columbia Farmers' Market on Saturday. The day marked the reopening of the market's outdoor season.

Despite snow, farmers sell products outdoors at Columbia Farmers' Market [Photo]

Rhonda Borgmeyer bags her fresh tomatoes for a customer Saturday at the Columbia Farmers' Market. Borgmeyer still sold her products with a smile, despite near freezing temperatures. The market was indoors at Rock Bridge Christian Church for winter and opened outside for the first time since November on Saturday.

Missouri baseball player Jonah Schmidt vs. Oklahoma [Photo]

Missouri's Jonah Schmidt jogs home to score the winning run in the bottom of the 11th inning of the Tigers' 2-1 win over Oklahoma on Friday in Columbia. Schmidt hit a triple and was brought home on a single by Eric Garcia.

Three generations of women exemplify Women's History Month [Photo]

Two-year-old Sally Chevalier, bottom left, points out her great-grandmother Dorothy Varian in a photo Tuesday while her grandmother Susy Hammond, left, and mother, Kelsey Hammond, right, watch.

SISTER CITIES IN ASIA [Graphic]

Columbia has three sister cities in Asia; one each in China, South Korea and Japan.

Columbia Public Schools administration team boards bus [Photo]

After announcing awards to five Columbia Fund for Academic Excellence honorees, the administration team boards the school bus Friday leaving their last stop, Oakland Junior High School.

Brian Rehg receives Columbia Fund for Academic Excellence award [Photo]

Columbia School District Superintendent Chris Belcher shakes the hand of second-grade teacher and honoree Brian Rehg on Friday. Belcher received the Columbia Fund for Academic Excellence award along with five other Columbia teachers.

Flower covered in spring snow [Photo]

A spring snow that hit Columbia on Thursday evening into Friday morning left yellow daffodils in Peace Park covered in a white snow.

Snow appears in Columbia grass [Photo]

Grass in Peace Park is covered in a slushy snow after a small storm that hit Columbia Thursday night left the town with a light dusting on Friday morning.

Spring snow hits Columbia [Photo]

A holly plant stands out among snow-covered mulch Friday near Peace Park.

Shepard Elementary mom leads Walking School Bus [Video]

Tina DeClue, a mother of a student at Shepard Elementary, is leading her second year of the school's Walking School Bus program. DeClue makes service a major part of her life. She works for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri and said she is "heavily involved" with Shepard Elementary's PTA. She said she wants to show a good example for her son and teach him that service is the most important thing in life.

Hickman soccer player Erika Storvick sprints past Camdenton midfielders [Photo]

Hickman's Erika Storvick sprints past the Camdenton midfielders during Thursday's game in Columbia. Camdenton defeated Hickman 4-0.

Hickman soccer player Erika Storvick vs. Camdenton [Photo]

Hickman's Erika Storvick challenges a Camdenton play during Thursday night's game in Columbia.

Nursing station at the old center [Photo]

The old nursing station has been replaced by the new Missouri Psychiatric Center, which has been called one of the major improvements to the center.

Patient room at the old center [Photo]

A patient room at the old Missouri Psychiatric Center has been renovated to have alarm systems and swing for the bedroom doors.
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