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Larry Young's "Marathoners" sculptures are shown on display in Flat Branch Park on Tuesday, August 28, 2007. The timely installation of the 'Marathoners' allows for their debut for the opening of the park for the Roots 'n' Blues Festival.

Presentation examines unpredictable nature of sales tax revenue [Graphic]

Even a little growth leaves some students, teachers feeling crowded [Photo]

Latoya Minnis, a senior at Rock Bridge High School, reacts to a friend's comment in her African American Experiences class on Friday. Minnis says she doesn't think there are too many students at Rock Bridge, but she does concede that the "hallways are really crowded."

Refugee All Stars to perform in Columbia (hopefully) [Photo]

The members of the Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars show off their costumes.

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Stolen vehicle recovered at gas station [Photo]

Columbia police officers search a stolen vehicle Wednesday night at the Phillips 66 convenience store, 126 S. Providence Road. Five individuals who were in the vehicle were taken into custody, and the incident is still under investigation.

Acrobatic sport parkour makes its way to mid-Missouri [Photo]

David Boyko does a back flip as Nathan Zabel films the move in the park adjacent to the Boone County Courthouse. Zabel and Boyko catapult, vault, hurl, swerve and somersault as they “free run” through an urban landscape. Zabel and his friends will star in a short film clip between features at next year’s True/False Film Festival.

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Nathan Zabel hovers in mid-air after vaulting over a high railing outside the Boone County Courthouse. His first exposure to the sport was a scene in the movie “Casino Royale.”

MU assistant coach familiar face to St. Louis recruits [Photo]

MU receiver Will Franklin says he came to MU after Cornell Ford stayed in touch even when others weren't calling.

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Nathan Zabel, left, and David Boyko, two of Columbia’s parkour enthusiasts, take a minute to warm up in the park outside of the Boone County Courthouse on Tuesday. Zabel and Boyko are planning to start a local parkour club.

Columbia resident captures lunar eclipse [Photo]

Sue Schuermann snapped this photo of Tuesday morning’s lunar eclipse from her northeast Columbia subdivision around 4:50 a.m.

City faces tough decisions on energy [Photo]

The smoke tower of the Columbia Municipal Power Plant rises above the roof of the plant on Tuesday, August 21, 2007 in Columbia.

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Dave Patterson , an employee of the Columbia Municipal Power Plant for the past 28 years, stands in the hall that houses the exciter, part of the plant's turbine generator, in Columbia on August 21, 2007. The environmental concerns surrounding coal power, coupled with the aging machinery, make the future of coal power in Columbia uncertain.

Recreational cyclist finds niche as professional coach, mechanic [Photo]

Thomas McDaniel inspects the wheel of a road bike while working Saturday at his home in Columbia. McDaniel is the mechanic for the Jelly Belly Pro Cycling team.

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Thomas McDaniel works on a bike Saturday at his home while his dog, Chief, relaxes in the shade.

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Larry Young's 'Marathoners' sculptures shown here in Flat Branch Park Phase Two on Tuesday, August 28, 2007. The timely installation of the 'Marathoners' allows for their debut for the opening of the park for the Roots 'n' Blues Festival.

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Columbia artist Larry Young puts the final touches on "Marathoners," two bronze sculptures, which were installed in Flat Branch Park on Tuesday, August 28, 2007. Young has been working off and on for the past year to complete the sculptures. This is the first project for which he has been commissioned by First National Bank for the City of Columbia.

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Larry Young's 'Marathoners' sculptures are shown here in Flat Branch Park Phase Two on Tuesday, August 28, 2007. The timely installation of the 'Marathoners' allows for their debut for the opening of the park for the Roots 'n' Blues Festival.

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Larry Young's 'Marathoners' sculptures are on display in Flat Branch Park Phase Two on Tuesday, August 28, 2007. The timely installation of the 'Marathoners' allows for their debut for the opening of the park for the Roots 'n' Blues Festival.

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