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Roller figure skaters look toward championships next summer [Photo]

Emma Trent, 12, practices tracing figures on the floor while Charlie Manchee watches at Empire Roller Rink in Columbia on Sept. 13. The white dust is Comet cleanser, which provides traction.

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Emma Trent practices tracing figures on the floor at Empire Roller Rink in Columbia on Sept. 13. The outline of the figure is 3/8 of an inch and the skater must stay on the line.

‘Energy guy’ sweats the small stuff [Photo]

Dave Mars, the city of Columbia's "energy guy" makes notes about an air conditioner during an energy audit at Columbia home on Oct. 11. Mars conducts free energy audits and provides tips to residents on making their homes more energy efficient.

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A surveillance camera at University Hospital captured an image of a man MU police suspect robbed a woman while she was resting in a waiting room.

Woman robbed inside University Hospital [Photo]

A surveillance camera at University Hospital captured an image of a man MU police suspect robbed a woman while she was resting in a waiting room.

MU residential life welcomes its first visually impaired staff member [Photo]

Jim Pelfrey, a new hall coordinator of Hudson Hall at MU, goes through paperwork while his Seeing Eye dog, Opal, rests below his feet on Oct. 8. “I really wanted to work at a university for some time,” Pelfrey says.

Oklahoma’s national football title chances renewed [Photo]

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says he is only thinking about the Sooners' next game, not the team's national title chances.

Columbia College volleyball<br>sweeps to victory [Photo]

Columbia College's Luana Branco (7) sets up teammate Maria Omondi (10) on Monday against
Hannibal LaGrange at Southwell Complex.

Proposition's funds a vital tool in sustaining Boone County Sheriff's Department [Graphic]

MU professor active in revitalizing Missouri's downtowns [Photo]

Arthur Mehrhoff poses in his office in Pickard Hall on Aug. 17. Mehrhoff worked with Gov. Matt Blunt on the Downtown Revitalization and Economic Assistance for Missouri Initiative, which helps small Missouri communities revitalize their downtown areas.

Kite enthusiasts celebrate One Sky One World [Photo]

Roy White flies his white kite made from trashbags at the One Sky One World kite flying event at Cosmo-Bethel Park on Sunday, October 13th. Every second Sunday in October, kites all around the world are flown to promote world peace.
This is the third time Columbia has held a One Sky One World event. Kite flying clubs come in from Jefferson City, St. Louis and Kansas City to celebrate world peace and get children interested in kite flying. "That's why we are out here today, for kids," said White.

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Roy White adjusts his large-scale kite before flying it at the One Sky One World kite flying event in Cosmo-Bethel Park. It took White four months to complete his homemade patriotic kite. "It's a lot easier (to fly) than it looks," White said.

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Seven-year-old Corelia Whitaker, left, screams "It's coming!" as she runs away from a kite and toward her sister Dajah Whitaker, 10, at the One Sky One World Day Kite flying event. Corelia and Dajah had never seen a kite fly and hadn't ever flown one themselves until Sunday's event.

Gone fishin' — for a career [Photo]

Bill Youmans spends a brisk autumn afternoon casting into a pond he's stocked with a variety of fish.

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Bill Youmans fishes off the dock on Oct. 10.

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A channel catfish caught by Bill Youmans spends a few moments out of the water before being released back into the pond.

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Bill Youmans tries a variety of lures to catch the fish in one of the ponds he has stocked.

MU soccer team suffers first Big 12 loss [Photo]

Missouri sophomore Meghan Pfeiffer (3) heads home the Tigers' lone goal against Oklahoma State on Sunday at Walton Stadium.

Ravens rout Rams [Photo]

Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs (55) deflects a pass by Rams quarterback Gus Frerotte.

PET project holds open house [Photo]

Richard Campbell rolls toward the back of Personal Energy Transportation Project’s new warehouse as the interfaith blessing and reception comes to a close Sunday.
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