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Michael J. Clancey [Photo]

Michael J. Clancey

Kenneth M. Burton [Photo]

Kenneth M. Burton

Rodeo riding in church [Photo]

Julie Ward rides her horse Liberty in the rodeo arena at the Cowboy Church of Ellis County on Dec. 7 in Waxahachie, Texas.

Preaching cowboy [Photo]

The Rev. Jess McCabe, a visiting pastor from Alpine, Texas, holds elk antlers to illustrate a point during his sermon at the Cowboy Church of Ellis County on Dec. 7 in Waxahachie, Texas.

Abby Sun [Photo]

Abby Sun

Lisa Mao [Photo]

Lisa Mao

Emma Myers [Photo]

Emma Myers

Brady Stills [Photo]

Brady Stills

Ashok Cutkosky [Photo]

Ashok Cutkosky

Using radioactive isotopes [Graphic]

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MU forward DeMarre Carroll reaches for a pass against Coppin State on Tuesday.

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MU forward Justin Safford dribbles around Coppin State guard Michael Harper.

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MU forward Justin Safford dribbles around Coppin State guard Michael Harper in the first half.

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MU guard Kim English leaps over Coppin State defenders Mike Buckley, left, and Michael Harper.

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MU guard J.T. Tiller goes up for a layup over Coppin State guard Michael Harper.

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Missouri’s Shakara Jones shoots over Chicago State’s Laureen Pierson on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.

In the stacks [Photo]

In the back storage room of the newspaper library of the State Historical Society of Missouri issues of newspapers from across the state sit in boxes until the day they can be copied onto microfilm.

Stacked to the ceiling [Photo]

Because of a lack of funding, hundreds of boxes of newspapers sit in the back storage room instead of being put on microfilm in the newspaper library of the State Historical Society of Missouri, which is in the basement of MU's Ellis Library.

Neighborhood supporters [Photo]

Home owners John and Patty Purves are shown in front of their house in Sullivan Street on Wednesday afternoon. Patty Purves, secretary of the Brookside Square Neighborhood Association, said the group formed because residents wanted to get to know each other and to have a voice that was distinct from developers.

Available lots [Photo]

Brookside Square in north Columbia is dotted by vacant lots waiting to be developed. The subdivision's homeowners' association sets the rules for the appearance of homes in the neighborhood.
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