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Contractor Bhatia [Photo]

Personal effects once belonging to Michael Bhatia are seen in the Bhatia family home in Medway, Mass. Bhatia, an academic, was killed in Afghanistan in May 2008 while working for the Human Terrain System program. The personal effects, including a notebook with entries from Afghanistan, background, and two identification patches, were sent to the Bhatia family by the U.S. Military following Bhatia's death.

the beat 4/07 [Audio]

Bates' return performance [Photo]

Emily Bates, who played the lead in Be The Shoe Productions' film "American Gothic," acts out a scene with Peter Jacques in "Salad Daze."

Filming 'Salad Daze' [Photo]

Writer/director Randy Prywitch, right, films a scene for "Salad Daze" between Emily Bates and Peter Jacques. The film was shot from May to August on a $2,500 budget.

'Salad Daze' cast [Photo]

The cast of the film "Salad Daze." In front stands David Rosenfeld, Jake Rubin and Jamie Anderson, and in back, Scott Bates, Emily Bates and Gary C. Warren

Voter turnout since 2000 [Graphic]

Precinct results for April 7 general municipal election [Graphic]

Missouri baseball player Aaron Senne [Photo]

Missouri outfielder Aaron Senne awaits the pitch with the bases loaded in the fifth inning Tuesday against Minnesota.

Second Ward candidate Jason Thornhill talks with a supporter at Bandana's BBQ [Photo]

Second Ward City Council winner Jason Thornhill talks with friend and supporter Kevin Hayward at Thornhill's watch party at Bandana's BBQ on Tuesday. Thornhill won the election with 636 votes to Allan Sharrock's 607, according to the Boone County clerk.

Linda Dellsperger hands Michelle Pruitt champagne at news of her win [Photo]

Campaign Treasurer Linda Dellsperger, left, hands Michelle Pruitt champagne after news of her win on Tuesday.

Following the election results [Photo]

From left, Sam Phillips, Dave Baugher, Ken Greimann and Tim Harlan surround a computer as Price Phillips, center, monitors election results. According to the Boone County Clerk, Phillips finished the race with 2,392 votes, or 16.27 percent.

Michelle Pruitt wins spot on school board [Photo]

Campaign Treasurer Linda Dellsperger, left, hands Michelle Pruitt champagne after news of her win on Tuesday.

Closeup: Hoppe announces lead at Pasta Factory [Photo]

Barbara Hoppe announces her lead against her opponent, Rod Robison, at the Pasta Factory on Tuesday.

School board candidate Sam Phillips and others watch election results [Photo]

From left, Sam Phillips, Dave Baugher, Ken Greimann and Tim Harlan surround a computer as Price Phillips, center, watches election results. Phillips finished the race with 2,392 votes, or 16.27 percent of the vote, approximately 10 percent fewer votes than than winner Michelle Pruitt and 3 percent fewer than winner Christine King.

School board candidate Sam Phillips with his son Price on Tuesday [Photo]

Columbia School Board candidate Sam Phillips sits with his son Price late into election night on Tuesday. Phillips lost a seat on the school board by approximately 3%, according to results from the Boone County clerk.

Hoppe announces lead over Robison [Photo]

Sixth Ward candidate Barbara Hoppe, left, announces her lead against her opponent in the race, Rod Robison, at the Pasta Factory on Tuesday. Hoppe won the race.

Hoppe tracks election results at Pasta Factory [Photo]

Sixth Ward candidate Barbara Hoppe, left, keeps up to speed on election returns with supporters Vicki Hobes, center, and Ed Ricciotti at the Pasta Factory on Tuesday.

Columbia College men's basketball coach Bob Burchard shows how to "Ride the Wave" [Photo]

Columbia College men's basketball coach Bob Burchard imitates a surfer on top of the scorer's table at Southwell Complex during a celebration Tuesday of his team's postseason run to the championship game of the NAIA national men's basketball tournament. During the run, Burchard liked to say his team was "riding the wave."

Gary Forsee reflects on first year as UM System president [Video]

Gary Forsee, 58, addresses switching from the corporate world to academia, and how he keeps organized to face the challenges of his new job.

Keep 'em coming [Photo]

Voters from two precincts voted at Fairview Church of Christ on Tuesday. Election workers said there had been a steady stream of voters all morning, totaling about 95 by 10:30 a.m.
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