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Missouri Civil War exhibit remains under construction [Photo]

The room designated to house the new Civil War exhibit at the Boone County Historical Museum is still under construction as of Dec. 17.The exhibit will house many unique artifacts from the period and will open Jan. 13.

A sword and pistol in the Civil War exhibit [Photo]

A pistol and a sword are two of many unique artifacts destined for the under-construction Civil War exhibit at the Boone County Historical Museum.

Exhibit will feature pamphlet from Confederate general's funeral [Photo]

A pamphlet from the funeral of Confederate general Robert E. Lee is one of many unique artifacts destined for the under-construction Civil War exhibit at the Boone County Historical Museum.

Documents to be showcased in Civil War exhibit [Photo]

A war bond for the Confederate States of America is one of many unique artifacts destined for the under-construction Civil War exhibit at the Boone County Historical Museum. The exhibit will house many unique artifacts from the period, and will open Jan. 13.

MU men's basketball player Michael Dixon on the bench [Photo]

Missouri's Michael Dixon watches his team play against Oral Roberts on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.

MU men's basketball player Ricardo Ratliffe vs. Central Arkansas [Photo]

Missouri junior forward Ricardo Ratliffe pulls down a rebound against Central Arkansas. Ratliffe scored 18 points and had six rebounds for the Tigers.

Car accident at J.C. Penney [Photo]

Customers walk by the boarded-up J.C. Penney entrance on Saturday at Columbia Mall. A 71-year-old woman drove through the entrance Saturday afternoon after she lost control of her vehicle.

MU men's baskerball player Ricky Kreklow vs. Central Arkansas [Photo]

Missouri freshman Ricky Kreklow drives to the basket Saturday against Central Arkansas. Kreklow had 11 points and four rebounds.

Seniors celebrate college graduation from MU [Photo]

MU seniors cheered when they were officially declared graduates at the Trulaske College of Business convocation at the Hearnes Center on Friday.

Students respond to Jessica Winston's senior address [Photo]

The graduating seniors laughed as they listened to their classmate Jessica Winston's senior address at the Trulaske College of Business Convocation at the Hearnes Center on Friday.

Senior Jessica Winston delivers graduation address [Photo]

Graduating senior Jessica Winston gave the senior address at the Trulaske College of Business convocation on Friday. Winston congratulated her classmates on their hard work and success.

Sam Hamacher delivers a graduation address Friday [Photo]

Sam Hamacher gave the convocation address for the Trulaske College of Business at the Hearnes Center on Friday. Hamacher encouraged the newly graduated seniors to both secure a job and continue their education.

Students line up to receive diplomas [Photo]

MU graduating students of the Trulaske College of Business walk into the Hearnes Center for the convocation ceremony on Friday.

Central Arkansas coach Corliss Williamson [Photo]

Central Arkansas coach Corliss Williamson faces his former assistant coach Mike Anderson on Saturday at Mizzou arena. Williamson led the Razorbacks to a 31-3 record and an NCAA championship in 1994, when Mike Anderson was an assistant under then-head coach Nolan Richardson.

Marcheita Anderson with friend [Photo]

Marcheita Anderson (right), wife of Missouri head basketball coach Mike Anderson, laughs with her friend during halftime at Mizzou Arena on Thursday.

Marcheita Anderson cheering [Photo]

The wife of Missouri head basketball coach Mike Anderson, Marcheita Anderson, raises her arms in celebration as a contestant's half-court shot goes through the hoop during halftime at Mizzou Arena on Thursday. The contestant won $5,000 from a local bank.

Budget Breakdown [Graphic]

A percentage breakdown of the proposed Boone County budget.

Fables [Photo]

Students smile in the sunroom as they listen to their art teacher, Dr. Ann Mehr, talk about the fables they studied in relation to this event.

The tortoise and the hare [Photo]

One of the students' handmade ornaments, a recreation of the classic fable "The Tortoise and the Hare," adorns the Deatons' Christmas tree.

Living room performance [Photo]

Lee Elementary fourth-grade students sing about "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" in Chancellor Brady Deaton's living room.
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