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Neil S. Brown

Neil S. Brown is the editor of the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times.

A full trash bag from "Cleanup Columbia"

The volunteers were given trash bags during Cleanup Columbia on Saturday to leave on the side of the road. Volunteers picked up more than 1,600 bags of trash during the event.

Members of fraternity participate in "Cleanup Columbia"

The Delta Upsilon fraternity cleaned Stadium Boulevard from College Avenue to Old Highway 63 during Cleanup Columbia on Saturday. More than 1,500 people volunteers participated the annual event “Cleanup Columbia.”

Cigarette butts on Stadium Blvd

Members of Greek life helped clean dirty portions of Stadium Boulevard as part of their philanthropy on Saturday in Columbia.

Participants in "Cleanup Columbia" pick up trash

Members of Delta Upsilon clean the roads of Stadium Boulevard on Saturday in Columbia.

Rock Bridge sprinter Lauren Flaker

Lauren Flaker, a senior sprinter for Rock Bridge, runs a drill during practice on Friday. Flaker specializes in the 100-meter dash but is also training for the 400-meter dash.

Chelsea Thomas likely to get medical redshirt with MU softball team

Chelsea Thomas, who was diagnosed with a stress fracture in her throwing wrist in March, will apply for a medical hardship waiver and an extra season of eligibility.

Columbia children attend 'Adventures in Education' at MU

Attendees check out booths in Jesse Hall.

Columbia children attend 'Adventures in Education' at MU

Plant Sciences graduate student Deanna Boardman shows students seeds from various crops at MU's "Adventures in Education" fair in Jesse Hall.

Children attend 'Adventures in Education' at MU

Brandy Huff, an MU biology undergraduate, helps her daughters Maryssa, 8, and Hannah, 5, make a construction paper caterpillar at a booth during Saturday's "Adventures in Education."

Minority Men's Network launches reading program

Eliot Battle reads "Buzz Said the Bee" to children on Friday at the Nora Stewart Early Learning Center located at 505 E. Ash St. The Minority Men's Network is launching a reading program for preschoolers to get them interested in reading and also to get men involved in reading to serve as positive role models.

Eliot Battle reads to children at Nora Stewart Early Learning Center

Damere Logan, 4, introduces himself to Eliot Battle before Battle read a book to the children on Friday at the Nora Stewart Early Learning Center located at 505 E. Ash St.

Jonathan Sandys speaks at Westminster College

Jonathan Sandys, great-grandson of Winston Churchill and chairman of Churchill’s Britain Foundation, speaks at the National Churchill Museum at Westminster College in Fulton on Friday morning. During his first visit to Fulton, Sandys discussed about his great-grandfather's legacy and his own experience with the organization that helps children struggling with learning disabilities and illiteracy.

A cluster of morels

Morel mushrooms, prized for their taste, only appear from early April to early May, and unlike most other mushrooms, they don't come out at the same spots each year.

Harvesting the "mother lode"

Morel mushroom enthusiast Stan Hudson harvests morels surrounding the "mother lode" tree. Hudson keeps the Mid Missouri Morels and Mushrooms blog.

Phillips hits unexpected home run against Smith-Cotton

Ryan Phillips, sophomore pitcher for the Rock Bridge Bruins baseball team, is greeted by his team after hitting a home run during Friday night's game on April 23. The Bruins won their game against Smith-Cotton 11-3.

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Gymnast/Journalist Alicia Hatcher

Alicia Hatcher is a former Missouri gymnast who competed for the Tigers from 2006 to 2009. She is a journalism major who covered sports for the Missourian in 2007.

Grand-prize winning photo for Columbia Parks and Recreation contest

Grand-prize winner Kelly Smith, 31, shot this photo of her husband Ryan and her 6-year-old son Ben at a bridge on the Hinkson Creek Trail. Smith, director of Habitat for Humanity in Jefferson City, said photography is a stress relief. "I can't draw or paint or anything like that," she said. "It's my own way to express myself."

Stephens Lake waterfall shines in photo contest

Randy Hughes, a 47-year-old quality tech for JM Eagle, placed four times in two different categories, including a first place in the Parks and Recreation Facilities category with this photo of the new waterfall at Stephens Lake Park. "As far as nature areas, it’s just so beautiful out there,” he said. “I love landscape photography.”
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