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Pepper and two actors [Photo]

Soap opera stars Candice Earley and Geoffrey Pierson appear with Paul Pepper at Biscayne Mall in March 1983.

Douglass graduation: Award winner [Photo]

Brandon Gleason was on stage several times at the Douglass High School graduation on Friday. According to his grandmother, Gleason was given a total of eight awards and scholarships.

Douglass graduation: Warm hug [Photo]

Cheryl Miller and Toya Minnis embrace after Minnis received the Douglass High School Parent-Teacher-Student Organization award at the Douglass High School graduation on Friday.

Douglas graduation: Doing the wave [Photo]

Kayla Carter waves to her friends and family in the crowd as she stands on stage to receive an award.

Douglass graduation: On the lawn [Photo]

Friends and family gather on the lawn of Columbia College to receive the new graduates.

Douglass graduation: Mother and son [Photo]

Charlene Wright and her son, Isaiah Grant, celebrate after the graduation ceremony on the lawn of Columbia College. Friends and family gathered there to receive the new graduates.

Douglass graduation: The Class of 2009 [Photo]

The Douglass High School graduating class of 2009 pose at the front of the stage for friends and family to take pictures.

Douglass graduation: Posing for a portrait [Photo]

Patricia Hughley poses for a portrait after the Douglass High School graduation ceremony.

Douglass graduation: Her diploma [Photo]

Jessica Elliot gazes at her new high school diploma at the Douglass High School graduation ceremony.

Douglass graduation: Before the ceremony [Photo]

Josh Maloney listens to *music before the Douglass High School graduation at Columbia College. Maloney was sitting patiently with the other graduates in the side corridor of Launer Auditorium before the ceremony on Friday night.

usscolumbia honored [Photo]

Keith Richter, left, sonar chief for the USS Columbia, relays a message to Lee Tubbesing from his son, Max, on Friday, May 22, 2009 in Columbia, Mo. Max Tubbesing is one of two Columbia residents currently serving on the submarine.

Texas Tech scores on Missouri in Big 12 baseball tournament [Photo]

Texas Tech's Chris Richburg, right, scores past Missouri catcher Ryan Ampleman in the eighth inning of the Tigers' second game of the Big 12 baseball tournament Saturday in Oklahoma City.

Leonard Griswell: The Magnificent 7 [Editorial cartoons]

Ceremonial shovels at Scott Boulevard expansion groundbreaking [Photo]

Ceremonial shovels are lined up at the corner of Scott Boulevard and Chapel Hill Road before Friday's groundbreaking.

Breaking ground on the Scott Boulevard expansion [Photo]

Boone County Commissioner Ken Pearson, Fourth Ward Councilman Jerry Wade, Fifth Ward Councilwoman Laura Nauser and Mayor Darwin Hindman cut the ribbon at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Scott Boulevard expansion project Friday. The project will widen the street to four lanes and includes bicycle lanes and new sidewalks.

Breaking hard ground for Scott Boulevard expansion [Photo]

Boone County Commissioner Ken Pearson, Fourth Ward Councilman Jerry Wade, state Sen. Kurt Schaefer, Fifth Ward Councilwoman Laura Nauser, and Mayor Darwin Hindman break ground for the Scott Boulevard expansion project at the corner of Scott and Chapel Hill Road on Friday. Hindman joked about the hard ground: "Usually they've got this started for you," he said.

Motorcycle helmet usage survey [Document]

Abacus Associates interviewed a random sample of 2,050 adult residents of Missouri by telephone between April 16-23 for the survey. Click here to download a PDF copy of the full survey.

Pete Rahn mug [Photo]

Pete Rahn is the director of the Missouri Department of Transportation.

Fisks on a canoe trip at Rudolf Bennitt Conservation Area [Photo]

From left, Jeanette, Mary and Jeremy Fisk of Clark prepare to go on a canoe trip on Bennitt Lake at Rudolf Bennitt Conservation Area on May 8. "It's peaceful out here," Jeremy Fisk said. "It ain't noisy. And it's close to home."

Devil's Backbone [Slideshow]

The Devil's Backbone trail, home to wildflowers and wildlife, is considered more intense that most walking trails, but is not as strenuous as those found in the Ozarks. It has rolling terraces and bluffs.
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