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Notre Dame's main administration building is widely recognized because of its golden dome.

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Assistant coach Mindy Bullard, right, uses her recent experience as an MU golfer to relate to players like Tiger junior Denaye Dollens.

Rick Roebel runs another barefoot marathon [Photo]

Rick Roeber finished in just under four hours at Monday’s 48th Annual Heart of America Marathon. Roeber has now run 29 marathons without shoes.

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Lloyd Jacobs, left, a starting forward for the Columbia College men’s soccer team, said he chose Columbia over a bigger city because it felt more like his hometown of Middlesbrough, England.

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Hickman senior Tucker Bounds, left, once the Kewpies’ starting running back, now starts at quarterback after Doug Luetjen’s injury.

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Missouri long-snapper Steven Blair knows his job doesn't make headlines, unless something goes wrong.

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Rock Bridge High School Freshman Kelsey Kinderknecht volleys a ball to an opponent during a doubles match.

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Local artist David Spear paints a traffic control box in downtown Columbia on Tuesday morning at the corner of 9th Street and Broadway. Spear worked until 4 a.m. Tuesday on the piece, took a break and resumed his work a little before 10 a.m. While he has been commissioned to paint this first control box, he says he hopes other artists will ask permission to decorate boxes throughout downtown.

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Artist David Spear paints a traffic control box in downtown Columbia on Tuesday morning at the corner of 9th Street and Broadway.

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Artist David Spear paints a traffic control box in downtown Columbia on Tuesday morning at the corner of 9th Street and Broadway.

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Ashley Farmer, center, signed a letter of intent to play softball for Columbia College. Farmer, a Rock Bridge senior, will graduate early so she can join the Columbia College team next spring.

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Christine Clay, an artist and volunteer staff member at Roots, a Columbia-based, self-directed learning community, uses a marker to decorate her 3-year-old daughter Hannah's dress Tuesday.

Tigers’ poor rushing steams Temple [Photo]

Missouri running back Tony Temple shows his frustration after failing to reach the end zone from the 1-yard line in the first half of Saturday’s victory against Illinois.

MU soccer team wins home opener [Photo]

Missouri midfielder Mo Redmond heads the ball in a 5-2 victory over the Western Michigan Broncos on Sunday at Walton Stadium

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William P. Clinch, 37, of Hallsville

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Jeremy Ray Bohannon, 32, of Rocheport

Several Columbia businesses remain open on holiday [Photo]

Maria Rivas, far left, inspects her purchase while her daughter, Mariana Limón, center, looks over her shoulder at the carniceria that is part of Los Cuates restaurant on Paris Road in Columbia on Labor Day. Pablo Rico S., the butcher, is here to work for a few years and plans to return to his family in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico, where his parents own a chain of carnicerias.

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Ryan Pescaglia and his son, L.J., 4, ride the water slide Monday at Wilson Beach and Tennis Club, which is nearing the end of its pool season.

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Marcus Frisby, 11, surfaces after a dive at Wilson Beach and Tennis Club in Columbia on Monday.

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Ryan Pescaglia and his son, L.J., 4, ride the water slide Monday at Wilson Beach and Tennis Club, which is nearing the end of its pool season.
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