March 14, 2010
Daryl Dudley answers: What do you think are the most important issues related to transportation in Columbia?
Daryl Dudley answers: How would you rank city government in terms of transparency, and what, if anything, would you do to improve it?
Daryl Dudley answers: What do you think the primary goals of the city's new sustainability director should be?
Daryl Dudley answers: Columbia's population now exceeds 100,000, and ward boundaries will have to be redrawn after the 2010 census. Do you believe the city should add more wards and council members?
Daryl Dudley answers: Would you vote to put a renewal of the city's sales tax for parks on the November ballot?
Daryl Dudley: What are your thoughts on comprehensive growth management planning now under way?
Daryl Dudley answers: What incentives, if any, should the city offer to bring in new businesses?
Daryl Dudley answers: Do you support the ballot issue calling for the city to place security cameras downtown?
Daryl Dudley answers: Is crime a problem in Columbia? If so, what do you believe to be the best way to curb crime in the city?
Daryl Dudley answers: Should the city be looking at new sources of revenue in tight economic times? If so, what are the best options?
Daryl Dudley answers: There's been quite a bit of debate on the balance of power between the City Council and city manager. Do you think council members should have more input in executive decisions?
In this audio slideshow, Bob Washington, an assistant coach for the Missouri School for the Deaf, voices the words signed by senior player Donte' Darrington.
The Missouri School for the Deaf in Fulton focuses on the education of hearing-impaired students. Because most students have to leave their families and move into dorm rooms, the school devotes itself 24-7 to placing them in the best position to succeed both in and out of the classroom.
The Columbia Kennel Club Dog Show took place at the Bone County Fairgrounds on Saturday. Dogs were judged by the American Kennel Club's standards.
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Missouri freshman Eric Anderson pitches while Xavier University senior Bobby Freking leads off at first base at Taylor Stadium on Friday. Missouri’s sophomore relief pitcher stepped in during the ninth inning and pitched the rest of the 13-inning game. Missouri defeated Xavier 7-6.
Missouri junior Brett Nicholas waits for the ball during the game against Xavier University. Missouri defeated Xavier 7-6 at the bottom of the 13th inning.
Jan Fugit talks with her son Carter Fugit, 11, after she was sworn in as the Boone County Treasurer. Carter said he is "very proud and excited" for his mother.
Jan Fugit talks with Brian Winn after she was sworn in as Boone County Treasurer in the County Commission Chambers. Winn, the director of financial services at Boone Hospital Center, said that he worked with Fugit while she was the financial reporting manager there. "Since the lease of the hospital is with the county, we will have direct relations with them," said Winn.
Jan Fugit, right, smiles as she is sworn into office as the Boone County treasurer by County Clerk Wendy Noren in the County Commission Chambers on Friday afternoon. "I am looking forward to Monday and to settling in," Fugit said to the press.