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Sam Phillips plays basketball with his son, Price [Photo]

Sam Phillips, a school board candidate and an attorney in Jefferson City, plays basketball with his son, Price Phillips, 9, in his yard. Phillips and his son play twice a week.

Deep water on Boone County roads [Photo]

On Tuesday, a car drives through a flooded section of West Akeman Bridge Road, about 2 miles west of Highway 63. Boone County is under flash flood warning until 7:45 p.m.

Columbia College's Christian Lewis goes in for a jumper [Photo]

Columbia College's Christian Lewis goes in for a jumper during the first half.

Ellis drives for Columbia College [Photo]

Columbia College guard Jason Ellis drives in for a layup during the second half of the Cougars 60-56 victory against MidAmerica Nazarene. Ellis was fouled on the play and converted the 3-point play with a free throw.

Hugs and celebrations for Columbia College men [Photo]

Columbia College's Terrell Turner hugs teammate Jason Ellis following the Cougars 60-56 victory against MidAmerican Nazarene on Monday night.

Burchard gives instructions [Photo]

Columbia College coach Bob Burchard coaches his team from the sideline during the first half.

Columbia College players celebrate semifinal victory [Photo]

The Columbia College bench celebrates after the buzzer following the Cougars 60-56 victory against MidAmerica Nazarene University.

Columbia College fans cheer at NAIA semifinals [Photo]

Columbia College fans cheer during the first half of the Cougars' game against the Mid-American Nazarene Pioneers at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City.

Victory dance [Photo]

Columbia College coach Bob Burchard, center, imitates a surfer in the locker room — to the amusement of his players surrounding him — following the Cougars' win over MidAmerica Nazarere in the NAIA tournament semifinals. Burchard told his players "to keep riding the wave" they were on in the tournament.

School board montage [Photo]

Top row, left to right: Marc Bledsoe, Jeannine Craig, Greg Flippin, Dan Holt
Bottom row, left to right: Christine King, Sam Phillips, Michelle Pruitt, Adam Sorg
Not pictured: Bill Merideth

Brazilian music students [Photo]

Jairo Wilkens, a clarinetist, and his wife Clenice Ortigara, a pianist, are both from Brazil and part of the Partners of the Americas exchange program.

King goes running [Photo]

Christine King, a candidate for the school board, runs with her trainer, Chris Hayday from Wilson’s Fitness Center on the Katy Trail near Forum Boulevard.

Christine King [Photo]

Christine King is a candidate for the upcoming Board of Education elections on April 7.

Dan Holt [Photo]

Dan Holt is a candidate for the upcoming Board of Education elections on April 7.

Holt and his daughter [Photo]

Dan Holt and his daughter Emily sell MSHSAA programs as a fundraiser for Rock Bridge High School Booster Club at Mizzou Arena. Holt is one of the candidates running for the school board.

Signing paperwork during the resettlement process [Photo]

Assisted by Annie Zellhoefer, an intern at Refugee and Immigration Services, Bienvenido and Adelaida Velasco sign paperwork relating to their resettlement in Columbia from Cuba. The couple were two of 11 Cuban refugees who came to Columbia in 2008.

Cuban passports [Photo]

Bienvenido and Adelaida Velasco's passports lie amongst paperwork they were required to fill out during the process of their resettlement in Columbia from Cuba.

Arriving at the airport [Photo]

Bienvenido Velasco, second from left, and Adelaida Velasco, second from right, arrive from Cuba at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on Oct. 17, 2008. They are greeted by their sons, Luis Quintana, right, and Yordanky Velasco, left; daughter-in-law, Medina Velasco, center; and granddaughter, Violeta Quintana. All are immigrants from Cuba who have entered into the United States as political refugees.

Taylor drives to basket [Photo]

Missouri guard Zaire Taylor drives past Marquette's Dominic James in the first half of the Tigers' second-round NCAA Tournament game. In a team huddle during the final minutes of the game, Taylor inspired teammates by saying they had been in similar situations before.

English scores a career-high 17 points [Photo]

Missouri freshman guard Kim English cuts along the baseline in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. English finished the game with a career-high 17 points in only 12 minutes of play.
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