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Friends gather to honor Sydney Timmons [Photo]

Friends gather to support each other at a benefit for Sydney Timmons held at Peppers Night Club in Columbia on Sunday. The drag show benefit helped raise money for Timmons' funeral.

Benefit honors Sydney Timmons [Photo]

Blythe Anderson, also known by her drag name, Ken Lickit, wears a shirt in honor of Sydney Timmons, who died last Monday. A benefit was held Sunday Night at to raise money for Timmons' funeral.

Playing songs to benefit Sydney Timmons [Photo]

Steve Meyerhardt performs two instrumental pieces at the benefit to help raise money for Sydney Timmons, who died last Monday. Meyerhardt said he was happy to come play at the benefit and brought some of his cds to sell to help pay for Timmons' funeral.

Singing 'Free Bird' [Photo]

Kayla Crites performs "Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd at a benefit to raise money for Sydney Timmons' funeral. The drag show benefit was held at Peppers Night Club in Columbia.

Tigers drop 2 of 3 against Cowboys [Photo]

Oklahoma State's Chance Deason pitches while MU's Ryan Gebhart (left) anticipates whether he can make it to second base. The Tigers lost 4-3 against OSU in the third game of the weekend.

Tigers fall short against Oklahoma State [Photo]

Ryan Gebhart taps into second base during the third game against Oklahoma State on Sunday at Taylor Stadium. The Tigers lost 4-3.

MU softball vs. Texas Tech [Photo]

Missouri junior Rhea Taylor slides into second as Texas Tech senior Leah Legler tries unsuccessfully to tag her out in the game on Sunday at University Field.

Missouri junior celebrates run [Photo]

Missouri junior Marla Schweisberger celebrates as she watches her teammate, Nicole Hudson, come home to score a run for the Tigers. Missouri won against Texas Tech 5-2.

Tigers look sharp against Red Raiders [Photo]

Missouri junior Catherine Lee keeps her eye on the ball during an at bat in the game vs Texas Tech on Sunday at University Field.

Margaret Sullivan [Photo]

Margaret Sullivan is the editor of The Buffalo (N.Y.) News.

Mark Twain profile [Photo]

Mark Twain died in 1910, and for the 100th anniversary of his death, his life is being remembered and honored by a number of organizations in Columbia.

Mark Twain and his family [Photo]

In this undated portrait released by The Mark Twain House & Museum, author Mark Twain, born Samuel Langhorne Clemens is shown with his family at Hartford House in Hartford, Conn.

Tom Dresner paramotors into sunset [Photo]

Columbia Deputy Police Chief Tom Dresner flies west toward the Missouri River on Saturday. As the summer days get longer, he will have more time to travel the evening skies.

Checking the wind before flying [Photo]

An electronic wind meter displays current, maximum and average wind readings for Tom Dresner while he gets ready for takeoff. As the evening temperature goes down, the wind becomes less choppy and more flyable.

Unfolding the parafoil [Photo]

Tom Dresner unfolds his parafoil before takeoff, on Saturday in the Missouri River Valley. The parafoil, often confused with a parachute, easily lifts Dresner and the 80-pound motor that propels him.

Preparing for flight [Photo]

Tom Dresner uses the riser lines to practice controlling his parafoil before takeoff. When flying, Dresner looks for large, open fields where wind tends to be less choppy.

West Broadway expansion plan [Graphic]

The company designing the West Broadway expansion, CH2M Hill, presented its plan at the West Broadway Community Advisory Committee meeting on April 8. It is a combination of the three ideas proposed last June.

West Broadway impact map [Document]

The layout of each side of the road, totaling 71 feet, has a 5-foot sidewalk, 5-foot tree lawn, 6-foot striped bike lane, 12-foot vehicle lane and a 12-foot landscaped median in the center.

Former MU wide receiver Danario Alexander rehabs his knee [Photo]

Former Missouri wide receiver Danario Alexander works out his left knee at the Missouri Athletic Training Complex. Missouri head athletic trainer Rex Sharp says Alexander, who is rehabbing from his fourth injury to the knee in the past three years, knows more about his own body than any athlete Sharp has dealt with.

MU softball's Schweisberger [Photo]

Junior Marla Schweisberger attempts to hit a pitch in front of a packed crowd against Texas Tech on Saturday at University Field.
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