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Ready for use on icy roads [Photo]

The city of Columbia Public Works Department uses cinders provided for free by the Columbia Municipal Power Plant on icy roads.

Road closings [Graphic]

Close play at second [Photo]

Hickman second baseman Xavier Lewis avoids St. Charles' Tony Nelson as he slides into second base during the Kewpies' home opener. Nelson was ruled out on the play.

Ehrich Chick bats [Photo]

Hickman senior Ehrich Chick hits a ground ball. Chick drove in one run during Wednesday's game against St. Charles.

Ehrich Chick pitches [Photo]

Hickman senior Ehrich Chick pitched two innings during Wednesday's game against St. Charles.

MoDOT director resigns [Photo]

Missouri Department of Transportation Director Pete Rahn talks to the press following his department's announcement of his intended resignation in the Missouri Capitol on Wednesday. Rahn accepted a position with an engineering firm that received millions of dollars' worth of contracts with MoDOT.

City Hall ribbon cutting [Photo]

On Wednesday, Mayor Darwin Hindman, City Council members and contributors to the new building cut the ribbon, to officially open the new City Hall extension. City staff began moving into the new building in February. Renovations to the historical Daniel Boone Building, which previously housed City Hall, have begun.

Buehler improves on mound [Photo]

Missouri junior pitcher Brad Buehler pitches early in Wednesday’s game against Arkansas Pine Bluff at Taylor Stadium.

Ed Robb [Photo]

Ed Robb, former 24th District representative, shown here in 2006, plans to run for Boone County's presiding commissioner.

Daniel Clay [Photo]

MU Provost Brian Foster announced the new Dean of the College of Education today. Daniel Clay will take over as the dean on June 1.

Paul Love [Photo]

Columbia mayoral candidate Paul Love poses for an in-studio portrait.

Hitting the trail [Photo]

Equestrian enthusiast Lucie Hess and her 12-year-old granddaughter Lena Welch set out for a trail ride on Tuesday. Hess has been riding since 1977.

Getting saddled and ready [Photo]

Columbia equestrian enthusiast Lucie Hess saddles her appaloosa horse Spanky before a trail ride on Tuesday. Hess participates in organized trail and endurance rides around the country with her horses.

Trail plans cut [Photo]

The Parks and Recreation department recently cut plans for a 17-acre equestrian area near Gans Creek Recreation Area.

MAP: Boone County equestrian trails [Graphic]

Boone County has a few horse trails in and around its vicinity. Contact the respective parks for horse riding season dates and hours.

MU baseball player Blake Brown [Photo]

Missouri freshman outfielder Blake Brown hit his first home run for the Tigers in the second-inning Tuesday against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

Hickman goalkeeper Monica Ross [Photo]

Hickman senior goalkeeper Monica Ross faces a shot from Pembroke Hill's Madison Thrane.

Hickman girls soccer player Katie LaRue [Photo]

Hickman senior Katie LaRue, left, tries to get the ball around Pembroke Hill defender Hannah Lewis, center, and goalkeeper Jackie Robinson.

CHART City Council Travel Expenses [Graphic]

While Third Ward Councilman Karl Skala may be the one currently attacked in television ads for traveling on taxpayer money, city records show that travel expenses for each council member are allocated into the council budget. Skala exceeded his allocation in several fiscal years, though he wasn’t the only one.

President Obama signs health care bill [Photo]

President Barack Obama signs the health care bill Tuesday in the East Room of the White House.
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