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Kansas wears down MU men’s basketball team [Photo]

KU forward Darrell Arthur scores on MU Tigers guard Matt Lawrence.

MU-KU Photo Gallery [Photo]

Kansas forward Sasha Kaun dunks in the second half as Missouri's student section looks on.

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Late in the second half, Keon Lawrence and Leo Lyons react as Kansas begins to pull away.

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Missouri forward DeMarre Carroll is blocked out by Kansas' Darnell Jackson in the first half of MU's 76-70 loss to Kansas. Carroll finished the night with five points and 12 rebounds.

Musical Restoration [Photo]

Pieces were missing or damaged when Jerry Deck began rebuilding the Kimball reed organ one year ago, so he crafted many of the wooden pieces himself.

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Deck arranges unused organ reeds according to size to show how he sorted the 66 reeds—two per note—one year ago when the organ pieces arrived for him to begin the complete rebuild of a Kimball reed organ made in 1881.

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While building a Kimball reed organ on his own this past year, Deck crafted some of the oak wood pieces himself and replaced the damaged keys with others from an organ of the same make and model, cutting and shaping the keyframes to fit. Deck has been a piano technician for 17 years.

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MU men's basketball team left behind [Photo]

Missouri's DeMarre Carroll tries to ignore taunts from Iowa State fans after fouling out in the Tigers' loss Wednesday night to the Cyclones.

Bible publishers get innovative to repackage an old favorite [Photo]

Bible publishers are looking for new ways to market the Scripture to the masses. More than 91 percent of U.S. households already own at least one copy of the Bible.

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Oklahoma State’s Maria Cordero shoots over Missouri’s Jessra Johnson in the Tigers’ loss Wednesday in Stillwater, Okla.

Oklahoma State rebounding derails Missouri women [Photo]

Oklahoma State’s Maria Cordero shoots over Missouri’s Jessra Johnson in the Tigers’ loss Wednesday in Stillwater, Okla.

Teacher, community leader, organization honored for work in diversity [Photo]

Jonette Ford, right, receives a Columbia Values Diversity Award from Mayor Darwin Hindman on Thursday during the annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration. Ford is a fifth-grade teacher at West Boulevard Elementary School. She and Vellore Gopalaratnam each received the individual awards. The Office of Creative Ministries with the Missouri United Methodist Church received the organizational award.

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More than 1,100 Columbia residents gathered at the Holiday Inn Select Expo Center for the 15th annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration. "The Garden of Humanity: Cultivating a Community of Diversity" was selected as the event's theme.

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Members of Bunraku Bay, a traditional Japanese puppetry group performs Thursday during the Columbia Values Diversity Celebration.

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A member of the Missouri Contemporary Ballet performs Thursday during the 15th annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration.

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Marty Siddall sits on the bench he and his family dedicated to his daughter, Paige, who died on Nov. 1, 2006. “She always wanted to do the right thing,” Siddall said.

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Marty Siddall called Paige his “little hippie.” Family photos show her flashing a peace sign, and her father doesn’t ever remember her using the word hate.

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This plaque commemorating Paige Siddall’s life sits in Peace Park, one of her favorite places in Columbia. A tree has also been planted in the park in her honor.

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Sid and Lori Popejoy lost their oldest son Adam in 2002 when the car he was driving collided with a pick-up truck. Soccer trophies and ribbons still hang in his bedroom.
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