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Larry Postaer [Photo]

Larry Postaer

Sandy Rowe [Photo]

Sandy Rowe

Adela Navarro [Photo]

Adela Navarro of ZETA

Ignacio Gomez [Photo]

Ignacio Gomez of FLiP

GRAPH: University Hospital trends on Twitter [Graphic]

The Oct. 27 hospital lockdown in Columbia caused rumors to run wild on Twitter. The number of tweets containing the phrase “University Hospital” in the Central Time Zone peaked at 269 tweets around 6 p.m.

MAP: Wildlife restoration projects along the Missouri River [Graphic]

The projects at Jameson Island, Baltimore Bend, Rush Bottom Bend and Tarkio River Chutes were all put on hold in 2007 due to controversy surrounding the projects. The constructed side channel at Jameson Island is 2 miles long and 100 feet wide. It was designed so that, in time, it can grow to be up to 200 feet wide. In the summer it is 5 feet deep. Barney Bend and Wolf Creek Bend are both currently in the planning stages.

MAP: Parks and Recreation plans to restore East Campus park [Graphic]

Columbia residents looked at a plan Tuesday to restore Clyde Wilson Memorial Park in the East Campus area. The Parks and Recreation Department outlined several areas of need, including making a portion of the park’s trail accessible to Rollins Street. Benches, bridges and other portions of the trail are also in need of repair.

Josh Maylee [Photo]

Joshua William Maylee

Rock Bridge soccer player Matthew Kelly vs. Whitfield [Photo]

Rock Bridge junior Matt Kelly makes a pass Wednesday night against Whitfield. Kelly scored the Bruin's first goal in a 3-0 victory.

INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: Triumph made football game memorable [Graphic]

Click the faces to hear MU students and faculty share their memories and express their pride about the Tigers victory over the Sooners at Saturday's Homecoming game.

Rock Bridge soccer player John Gunter celebrates goal [Photo]

Rock Bridge senior Jonathan Gunter, center, is congratulated by teammates Bennett Arey, left, and Austin Powell after scoring the Bruins second goal Wednesday night in a 3-0 victory over visiting Whitfield.

Ampudia spikes against Kansas [Photo]

Missouri's Paola Ampudia spikes the ball past Kansas defenders during Wednesday's game at Hearnes Center.

Missouri blocks Kansas [Photo]

Missouri's Brittney Brimmage, left, and Paola Ampudia jump for a block against Kansas' Karina Garlington during Wednesday's game at Hearnes Center.

Blackmon addresses media [Photo]

Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon, right, speaks to reporters while head coach Mike Gundy sits at his side during a news conference Wednesday in Stillwater, Okla. Coach Gundy says he has suspended star wide receiver Blackmon for one game after Blackmon's arrest on a misdemeanor DUI charge.

Amukamara in spotlight again [Photo]

Nebraska's Prince Amukamara intercepts a pass intended for Oklahoma's Adron Tennell during the first half of a game Nov. 7, 2009 in Lincoln, Neb. The cornerback will be in the spotlight Saturday when Blaine Gabbert and the Missouri Tigers visit for a game that could decide the Big 12 North winner.

Pingeton brings intensity [Photo]

Head coach Robin Pingeton brings an intensity to the Missouri women's basketball program. She has also put high expectations on the team.

Pingeton looks to rebuild program [Photo]

Head coach Robin Pingeton talks to junior BreAnna Brock during a break in play on Tuesday at a Missouri women's basketball practice. Pingeton likes to run practices with little down time.

2005 Park Tax funds new shelter house [Photo]

City carpenters construct a new shelter house on Friday at Lange Neighborhood Park. The 2005 Park Tax funded the structure, which is a joint venture between Columbia Public Schools and Columbia Parks and Recreation.

What a superhero wears [Photo]

MU junior Matt Johnson looks at what is left of the hero costumes being sold at Gotcha on Wednesday. Many people have flocked to the store to get their superhero costumes in preparation for the attempt to break the world record of 1,580 people dressed as superheroes. The free event will be Saturday at the Hickman High School football field. Registration begins at 11 a.m.

Workers construct new Lange Neighborhood Park shelter house [Photo]

Tim Roberts works on roof framing of the new shelter house on Friday at Lange Neighborhood Park. Roberts has been doing carpentry work for Columbia since 1994.
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