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A favor for family [Photo]

Mitchell Moon of Tipton holds his grandfather's football, which was signed by Missouri coach Gary Pinkel. Since his grandfather could not come to Fan Apprectiation Day, Moon brought the ball and had the rest of the team sign it.

Anyplace will do [Photo]

La'Roderick Thomas, MU's wide receiver, signs Mitchell Moon's shirt at Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday at Faurot Field.

Signing in [Photo]

MU's Tommy Saunders autographs a ball for a fan at Fan Appreciation Day on Faurot Field on Sunday.

A family of fans [Photo]

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel signs a poster for 3-year-old Tucker Beech while her mother, Sheryl Tucker, and father, David Beech, stand by her side.

J.D. King enjoys occassionally creating abstract paintings. [Photo]

J.D. King creates an abstract painting.

J.D. King poses in front of some of his paintings. [Photo]

J.D. King poses in front of some of his paintings.

J.D. King touches up a painting. [Photo]

J.D. King touches up one of his paintings in his home.

Ready for new use [Photo]

Gina Bartholmey's hair is cut and shaved at Stephens Lake Park on Sunday. Her hair will be donated to Locks of Love, and money raised for the shaving event will all be donated to the local chapter of the Dream Factory, an organization that grants wishes to critically ill children.

All gone [Photo]

Gina Bartholmey with the Boone County Fire Protection District, gets her head shaved at Stephens Lake Park on Sunday.

A lot off the sides [Photo]

Danny Spry with the Columbia Fire Department gets his head shaved by Dana Ivy at Stephens Lake Park on Sunday.

More than a trim [Photo]

Six-year-old T.J. Ennis gets his head shaved by Dana Ivy at Stephens Lake Park on Sunday. Ennis raised the most money, $1,400, of all the participants for the local chapter of the Dream Factory, an organization that grants wishes to critically ill children.

Cohen testifies on Capitol Hill [Photo]

In this May 22, 2008 file photo, Homeland Security Undersecretary Jay Cohen, right, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. Cohen swept aside evaluations of government experts to include the Mississippi site among five finalists for the new lab.

Bleu Restaurant to open soon [Photo]

Bleu Restaurant is set to open in late August.

Room 38 to open soon [Photo]

Room 38 is on the corner of Eighth and Walnut streets.

The Rome opens [Photo]

The Rome, located at 114 S. Ninth St., former site of Columbia Billiards, opened July 26. The family-style Italian restaurant is co-owned by Cory Hodapp and Dan Kolace.

Into the Devil's Ice Box [Photo]

The group descends the stairs to the Devil's Ice Box at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Once at the bottom, the canoes were placed into the shallow water, and participants carefully paddled into the cave system.

Canoes at Devil's Ice Box [Photo]

Matthew Hodges, left, and Tiffany Corely rest on their way to the Devil's Ice Box at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Once at the cave, the canoes were placed into the shallow water, and participants carefully paddled into the cave system.

Cave spelunking [Photo]

Matthew Hodges, left, packs his canoe with gear as Dustin Stark (yellow helmet) and J.C. Feger, right, wait their turn to enter into the Devil's Ice Box at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.

Kristen Alvey [Photo]

Kirsten Alvey, center, prepares to carry her canoe to the Devil's Ice Box.

Akara Ingram works with local teens [Photo]

Akara Ingram, a life skills coordinator for the Boys and Girls Club of Columbia and a public health graduate student at MU, gives a condom demonstration at the Armory Sports and Community Center on Saturday. Ingram gives presentations and workshops on sexual health, STD transmission and healthy decision-making.
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