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Cale Boedeker of Marshall, Missouri, died Sept. 29, 2014

Cale Boedeker of Marshall, Missouri, died of natural causes late Monday night, Sept. 29, 2014.

Jerry Thomas Teel

Wesley 'Wes' Michael Myers

Barb Steuerwald, July 16, 1951 — Sept. 27, 2014, of Columbia

Barb Steuerwald, July 16, 1951 — Sept. 27, 2014, of Columbia

Christina Sadowski-Shaw

Christina Sadowski-Shaw

MPA best headline "Winter Thunderland"

Missourian front page Feb. 22, 2013

Dylan Kester fighting for tenure

Dylan Kesler, a 42-year-old wildlife biologist at MU, said he was denied tenure for speaking out against the misuse of federal scientific research grants. The Justice Department recently decided not to pursue the case but said Kesler could continue to litigate on the government’s behalf.

Molly Wright

Molly Wright is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Jaron Vail

Jaron Vail is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Becky Sterling

Becky Sterling is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Nicole Schroeder

Nicole Schroeder is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Jean Sax

Jean Sax is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Theresa Patterson

Theresa Patterson is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Frederick Norbury

Frederick Norbury is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Tammy Gibson

Tammy Gibson is a member of the 2014-15 Readers Board at the Missourian.

Marshall Colley

Patricia Wallace

Patricia Wallace

Todd Mason, June 2, 1963 — Sept. 8, 2014, of Blue Springs

Todd Mason, June 2, 1963 — Sept. 8, 2014, of Blue Springs

Chris Nicastro resigns

Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro in Jefferson City is shown in this July 2, 2009, photo. Nicastro said Monday that she plans to resign later this year, ending a tenure during which she repeatedly came under criticism as the state adopted new school accreditation standards and dealt with struggling districts.

"Bloody" Bill Anderson was guerrilla fighter

William T. Anderson, "Bloody Bill" lived from 1840 to 1864 and was a pro-Confederate guerrilla leader.
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