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Getting back on his feet [Photo]

Howard Wilson shows his wife, Donna, his medal after winning his age group in the 1,500-meter race walk.

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Howard Wilson displays his medal after winning his age group in the 2007 Missouri State Senior Games in Columbia. Wilson is also competing in the 5000m race walk tomorrow morning at Bethel Park.

Tigers men’s basketball holds elite hoops camp [Photo]

Brian Dailey, a graduate assistant coach, instructs participants of the next drill during the basketball camp on Saturday, June 9.

Fire at south Columbia home caused by faulty wiring [Photo]

On Saturday, June 10, 2007, 2601 Limerick Lane goes up in flames in Columbia, Missouri.

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One family's past is Columbia's future [Photo]

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Robin Crane pets one of the horses on her family farm located about a mile south of U.S. 63 and Nifong Boulevard. Horse-riding lessons are given through Granny’s House, an organization for city youth.

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Lofty Cliff Farm welcomes animals of all kinds. Muriel Crane lives in the house above and a wide assortment of animals — including cats, dogs, pigs, cows and horses — live on the 330-acre farm.

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Lofty Cliff Farm welcomes animals of all kinds. Muriel Crane lives in the house above and a wide assortment of animals — including cats, dogs, pigs, cows and horses — live on the 330-acre farm.

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Lofty Cliff Farm includes a number of different areas, such as this pond at sunset. “The front,” “the creek bottom” and “the back” are the terms the Cranes coined to describe the main parts of the farm.

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“Indian Lookout” is the name given to this patch of rock where Robin played as a girl with her sister, Sue. Archeologists tell the family that the land was probably used by Native Americans at some point in its history.

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Gans Creek runs through the middle of the Crane property. Bluffs border part of the creek, which is believed to be why the Crane property acquired the name Lofty Cliff Farm.

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Robin tends to the 49 cows on her farm. Robin is the main caretaker of the farm, but she notes that others help out on bigger projects.

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Mary Chapman shakes hands with a dog during a session for Granny’s House, a program for kids that offers riding and horsemanship lessons.

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Mary Chapman and LaKresha Jackson approach a horse during a lesson with Granny’s House. Sue Crane thinks that community outreach runs in the family blood as her great-grandfather, Joseph, was known for bringing orphans to the farm to live and work.

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Join the community gathering at MyMissourian.com [Photo]

A religious path back home [Photo]

Gopalaratnam, left, and Anantha, right, chant during Saturday morning prayer services at Shanthi Mandir Hindu Temple and Community Center on June 2.

New machines help find children’s veins [Photo]

The VeinViewer detects temperature differences between the skin and the veins and displays the veins on a green screen, making them easier for health care professionals to see.
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