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Five Big 12 teams will have new quarterbacks [Photo]

Redshirt freshman Cody Hawkins beat out junior Nick Nelson for Colorado’s starting quarterback job.

Carl Edwards cruises at Bristol [Photo]

Carl Edwards, a Columbia native, was never challenged after taking the lead with 166 laps to go.

Boone Junction tours showcase history [Photo]

David Sapp, right, explains how a can sealer works to Emily Neugarten, 8, and Andrew Neugarten, 12, on Saturday. The can sealer is manually operated with a crank that spins the can around, sealing its lid in the process. “This is so cool,” Andrew said. “I’m glad we stopped by.”

Sister follows in brother's path as drum major [Photo]

Ella Edwards follows in the footsteps of her brother, Nate Edwards, as a drum major with the Hickman High School marching band. A drum major during his time at Hickman, Nate is now a drum major of Marching Mizzou, MU’s marching band.

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As a drum major, Nate Edwards helps conduct a practice of Marching Mizzou on Thursday. “I like being up on the ladder, being in charge, being in the spotlight,” Edwards says.

Barbecue restaurant continues neighborhood tradition [Photo]

When Sutton’s Market closed in the spring, a lot of people in the neighborhood were sad to see it go. Still owned by the Sutton family, the restaurant reopened this month as J.R. Barton’s Southern Kitchen and BBQ. Jimmie Sutton still comes to the restaurant to help smoke and barbeque the meat and to chat with customers.

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From left, Ronald Routledge eats fried okra, while his twin daughters, Monikah and Ronikah Routledge, 10, get ready to enjoy their cheeseburgers at J.R. Barton’s Southern Kitchen and BBQ at 201 McBaine Ave. This was the second time the Routledge family stopped by to eat at the restaurant since it opened in the second week of August.

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Jimmie Sutton takes a break and drinks his sweet tea at J.R. Barton’s Southern Kitchen and BBQ. Sutton’s four sons originally opened the restaurant as Sutton’s Market in 1992 but it closed earlier this spring. Although it is still the Sutton family, it reopened under the new name and a new manager Al Canagan in the second week of August 2007. Jimmie Sutton still helps out in the kitchen when he is able.

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Collard greens and ribs are just two of the more popular dishes at J.R. Barton’s Southern Kitchen and BBQ. Catfish, cheeseburgers and BBQ sandwiches are other popular items on the menu for dinning in or for pick-up.

Police arrest Columbia man after downtown chase [Photo]

After surrounding the suspect near Benton Elementary School in Columbia, police arrest Michael Orlando McQuitty on Sunday behind a home on Melbourne Street. Police spent an hour chasing the suspect from a Petro Mart to the school.

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Columbia police and Missouri State Highway Patrol track down a suspect during a pursuit near the playground of Benton Elementary School on Sunday.

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MU celebrates Korean friendship [Photo]

Mayor Darwin Hindman shakes hands with Suk Ryul Yu, senior adviser for the Korean Alumni Group, while chancellor Brady Deaton looks on.

Metropolitan artist’s work finds a Midwestern home [Photo]

Wayne Leal uses broken pieces of clay and sand to create a new work in his Circle Cycle series. Leal uses raw, organic materials including chopped rubber, stone, sand and bark to create his relief sculptures.

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Wayne Leal’s “Waterfall” is made of plaster and coated in iron oxide. He creates textured art with rubber, plaster, fabric and other materials that inspire him.

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Made of rusted nails and iron oxide-coated sand, “Circle Cycle XI” exhibits Wayne Leal’s signature shape. Nearly every piece in his display at the Perlow-Stevens Gallery incorporates a circle.

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“Circle Cycle VIII” is made of plaster, sand and iron oxide.

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Wayne Leal uses broken pieces of clay and sand to create a new work in his Circle Cycle series. Leal uses raw, organic materials including chopped rubber, stone, sand and bark to create his relief sculptures.

Dear Reader: Missourian’s new approach is immediate delivery on Web [Photo]

Liz Heitzman

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