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Jennie Lee “Jen” Schwartze Sievers

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Andrew “Andy” Finkenstadt

Stephens Summer Riding Program gives experience to new riders [Photo]

"I like everything!" says 10-year-old Eva Kim of her experience at the Stephens Summer Riding Camp. The first day of class was Kim's first time riding a horse.

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Beginning rider Eva Kim, 10, center, helps instructor, Sara Linde, right, 'hose down' Copper, her horse for the day, at Stephens Summer Riding Camp, while friend Sally Kim, 8, watches.

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Beginning rider Sally Kim, 8, is a lot more confident on her second day of riding a horse at the Stephens Summer Riding Camp.

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Beginning rider Eva Kim, 10, helps reward her horse, Copper, with a drink from the hose after a session at Stephens Summer Riding Camp.

Columbia Audubon Society's Cache Project helps protect mid-Missouri birds [Photo]

Denny Donnell, left, and Bill Clark search for birds at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area on Wednesday. The two are part of the Columbia Audubon Society, and regularly go to Missouri conservation areas to catalogue numbers and species of birds.

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A dicksissle sits in a grassy field in Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area on Wednesday morning.

Truman Veterans Hospital patients go fly-fishing [Photo]

Lee Kudrna, right, of Jefferson City, shows Ash Heibel, an Iraq veteran from Columbia, how to properly reel in the line for a fly fishing rod Wednesday afternoon at Little Dixie Lake in Millersburg. Kudrna and the Capital City Fly Fishers spend several days a month teaching fly tying and fly casting to veterans through recreational programming at the Truman Veterans Hospital in Columbia.

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Lee Kudrna, left, of Jefferson City, shows Ash Heibel, an Iraq veteran from Columbia, how to properly reel in the line for a fly fishing rod Wednesday afternoon at Little Dixie Lake in Millersburg.

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Ash Heibel, a registered nurse and Iraq veteran from Columbia, pulls in extra line while practicing fly fishing techniques for the first time at Little Dixie Lake in Millersburg on Wednesday afternoon. Heibel and other veterans have the opportunity to learn and practice fly fishing by working with members of the Capital City Fly Fishers, who give lessons on casting and fly-tying several days a month at the hospital and at nearby lakes.

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Mike Clark of the Capital City Fly Fishers holds up one of the bluegill he caught while demonstrating fly fishing techniques to a group of veterans from Truman Veterans Hospital on Wednesday afternoon at Little Dixie Lake in Millersburg. Clark threw his catches back but noted that bluegill are tasty fish.

Water main break prompts boil order in Thornbrook, Millcreek Manor neighborhoods [Graphic]

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Becky Plattner

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Peter Kinder

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Paul Douglas Sims

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Sam Page

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C. Lillian Metzger
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