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Shakespeare’s delivery spans coast to coast [Photo]

Joe Fischer, a manager for Shakespeare's, packs a box of frozen pizzas for overnight delivery Thursday at the store's location off West Broadway.

Boehm Interview [Video]

Columbia police Chief Randy Boehm discusses the recent rise in crime and the community’s role in preventing and solving crimes.

Daniel poised for Heisman performance [Graphic]

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Cougars prepare for tournament run [Photo]

Juliana Quadrado, left, Luana Branco, center, and Fabiane Nass look towards the ball in the match against Campbellsville University (Kansas) on Wednesday. The Columbia Cougars lost to the Campbellsville Tigers during opening night of the NAIA Volleyball National Champsionship at Southwell Complex.

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Electrician Ben Wischmeyer works to install solar panels on the roof of the Columbia Area Career Center on Wednesday.

Career Center gets solar panels for education [Photo]

Paul Metzger, left, talks with co-worker Ben Wischmeyer, on the roof of the Columbia Area Career Center in front of a spread of twelve solar panels given to the Career Center by the Water and Light Department. Metzger and Wischmeyer are working on the wiring for the recently installed solar panels.

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Ben Wischmeyer, an electrician working with the “M and M” company, works to electrically attach solar panels together on the roof of the Columbia Area Career Center. The center was given twelve solar panels by the city of Columbia’s Water and Light department as educational tools.

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Paul Metzger, left, talks with co-worker Ben Wischmeyer, right, in front of a spread of twelve solar panels.

Slammin' sophomore [Photo]

It took a season for Kenyan Maria Omondi’s natural talent to show.

Cougars 1-1 at NAIA national volleyball tournament [Photo]

Columbia College's Daniela Brazolino makes a return Thursday against Mobile.

Football rally speakers ask for fans’ support [Photo]

Stacy Jungman, a Mizzou Golden Girl, cheers for the MU football team during the pep rally outside Jesse Hall on Thursday. The crowd of hundreds began cheering in chorus as coach Gary Pinkel exclaimed, "How about my Tigers?" The pep rally was organized by the Mizzou Alumni Association Student Board. Many of the football players and members of the spirit squad were present.

Sooners won't concede Big 12 title [Photo]

"It’s not a spoiler role when you’re in line to win the conference championship. So don’t put us in that category,” Sooners coach Bob Stoops told reporters this week.

MU's Shak indifferent to name game [Photo]

Tigers freshman forward Shakara Jones got her nickname from her father because she outsized so many of her high school opponents.

Foreclosures loom this holiday season [Photo]

Officials should not dismiss recent violent crimes [Photo]

Columbia’s Baker intends to challenge Hulshof for House seat [Photo]

Judy Baker

Hulshof launches bid for governor at airport [Photo]

Kenny Hulshof

'New Anatomies' not the same old brand of theater [Photo]

Lauren Gress gives an emotional monologue during dress rehersal at MU as Isabelle Eberhardt on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007. Gress is a senior at MU and has returned for her fourth stage production.

Cougars upset in national volleyball tournament opener [Photo]

The Cougars' Juliana Quadrado, left, Luana Branco, center, and Fabiane Nass work a play at the net in Saturday's loss.
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