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PHOTO GALLERY: The Great Flood of 1993, week of July 22

Missourian file photos show the impact of the Great Flood of 1993 during the week of Jul 22-30.

PHOTO GALLERY: Refugees in Columbia gather for festival

Refugees from countries around the world gathered Saturday evening at the Broadway Christian Church.

PHOTO GALLERY: Volleyball players compete at Show-Me State Games

Eleventh- and 12th-grade girls competed Saturday in the Show-Me State Games volleyball competition at the Hearnes Center Fieldhouse.

PHOTO GALLERY: Show-Me State Games brings Ultimate Frisbee players

Eight teams from across the state gathered to share their passion for Ultimate Frisbee at the Show-Me State Games on Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: The 29th annual Show-Me State Games begins with opening ceremony

The 29th annual Show-Me State Games opening ceremony was held Friday at Mizzou Arena. The ceremony included a speech by Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber.

PHOTO GALLERY: Baseball starts at Show-Me State Games

PHOTO GALLERY: Rwenyaguza family reunites after 11 years

After 11 years apart, Nene Rwenyaguza met his family Thursday evening at Columbia Regional Airport. They were separated because of a rebel army had invaded his village in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2002.

PHOTO GALLERY: Artrageous Fridays takes guerrilla approach, moves art to streets

Artrageous Fridays, a collaboration of galleries and businesses that allows visitors to walk from different exhibits and see work by local artists, hosted a guerrilla art event on Thursday before Friday's event. The idea behind guerrilla art is to bring art from the gallery to the streets.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri swimmer trains during the summer

To stay fit, Missouri swimmer Max Grodecki continues to train in the summer despite having no immediate competitions. Grodecki did take part in the U.S. Swimming National Championships on June 25 in Indianapolis. He finished 11th in the 100-meter freestyle.

PHOTO GALLERY: Compass Music Camp gives attendees opportunity to play in a band

Compass Music Camp opened Monday at the Columbia Academy of Music/The Bridge. Attendees learn musical theory and participate in private lessons with area musicians.

PHOTO GALLERY: Nene Rwenyaguza awaits family's arrival

Nene Rwenyaguza awaits the arrival of his family, whom he hasn't seen in 11 years. Rwenyaguza was separated from his wife and children when his village in the Democratic Republic of Congo was attacked during warfare. He fled and ran on foot for two weeks until he reached Nairobi, Kenya. His family is expected to arrive Thursday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Cosmo Park set for playground upgrade

Parks and recreation staff plan to update equipment and introduce a "Steinberg Time Machine" theme to Cosmo Park's playground.

PHOTO GALLERY: Community members attend candlelight vigil for slain teen

More than 300 people attend a vigil for Tre’Veon Marshall on Tuesday in McKee Park. Marshall was shot Sunday night and pronounced dead early Monday morning.

PHOTO GALLERY: Center hopes for more space

Columbia Interfaith Resource Center's lease expires in September. Its leaders and city officials are working to find a new and bigger location for the center.

PHOTO GALLERY: Community marches for peace after fatal shooting

Family, friends and community members marched Monday in honor of Tre'Veon Marshall, who was shot Sunday night in McKee Park and was pronounced dead early Monday morning.

PHOTO GALLERY: Pickard Hall hosted the radioactive experiments of Herman Schlundt

Former MU chemistry department faculty member Herman Schlundt used Pickard Hall in the extraction of radium, when the hall was a chemistry building on campus.

PHOTO GALLERY: Remembering the Great Flood of '93

The Great Flood of 1993 had residents of Hartsburg, Rocheport and other Missouri River towns sandbagging and moving belongings to higher ground. In remembering the flood, residents say they relied on neighbors and volunteers to get through.

PHOTO GALLERY: George Zimmerman found not guilty in shooting of Trayvon Martin

A six-member jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin after two days of deliberating.

PHOTO GALLERY: Blue Thunder Track Club meet helps prepare for Junior Olympics

For the Blue Thunder Track Club, hosting a meet on Saturday was the first step in becoming an AAU-sanctioned host. The meet had competitors from Iowa, Illinois, Kansas and Minnesota and is an important warmup for the AAU Junior Olympics in Detroit next month.

PHOTO GALLERY: Faculty, staff gather for Jefferson Junior High retreat

Current and former faculty and staff members from Jefferson Junior met at Stephens Lake Part to reunite before the district's grade reorganization in August.
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