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Spray and strikes in high numbers

Science over softball

When the Lights Go Down in the City

GRAPHIC | Columbia Water and Light has proposed replacing a large number of mercury vapor lamps with high-pressure sodium bulbs because they have been shown to be more efficient.

Baseball Card History

A history of baseball card collecting and manufacturing.

Behind the scenes, clerks make court tick

Each of the hundreds of court appearances that take place in the Boone County Courthouse is made possible by the efforts of the circuit clerk and staff, who take care of most administrative tasks. A quick look at the work that goes into one consumer debt case illustrates their central role. Each step often involves numerous phone calls and minor steps too convoluted to picture here.

Columbia residents in Honduras during coup

Kevin Denson was one of 26 Columbia residents on a service trip in El Pital, Honduras, during last week’s coup.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this map showed the location of the wrong El Pital village. The El Pital village the group visited is in the north, near the city of La Ceiba, as shown here.

Boone County Circuit Clerk among state's most overworked

A state survey has found a significant disparity between the number of employees the Boone County Circuit Clerk has and the number needed to handle the court’s workload.

More cases, fewer employees

Clerks keep track of nearly everything that comes through the Boone County Courthouse. As the worsening economy drives case numbers up, the number of clerks available to handle such cases remains unchanged.

Bats in Missouri

A look at bat populations throughout Missouri.

Proposed street plan for festival

Representatives of Thumper Entertainment Co. met with City Council members during a pre-meeting dinner to hash out details of the upcoming Roots 'n' Blues 'n' BBQ Festival, including proposed downtown street closures and ticketed admission areas.

MU student stuck in Honduras

MAP | Tyler Shields has not been able to leave Choluteca, Honduras, after last week's coup.

Pension woes

In the past 10 years, the University of Missouri System’s annual rate of return on its retirement fund has fluctuated with the ebb and flow of the stock market and the performance-calculated benchmark index.

Fireworks culture interactive map

There are several places to buy fireworks in Columbia, but also places where they are restricted.

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ

GRAPHIC | Proposed street closures for the 2009 Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Eliminating positions

GRAPHIC: For the second year in a row, the Columbia Public School District cut positions as part of an overall budget reduction. The total budget reduction was smaller than the previous year, but the amount eliminated from paid positions for 2009-10 was slightly higher.

Solar house uses louvers

GRAPHIC | The solar house uses wooden slats, known as louvers, to regulate indoor temperatures.

Weatherizing your home

Seeing the fireworks, on field and in Columbia

Fireworks can be a safe and fun way to enjoy the holiday, as long as caution is exercised. Here's the scoop on how fireworks work, the different types and how to safely use them.

Whip and tongue grafting

Enrollment facts

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