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Buck's Ice Cream is famous

Buck’s Ice Cream’s manager Rick Linhardt scrapes off excess ice cream from the tub with a knife before putting a lid on it. Buck’s Ice Cream is located in Eckles Hall on campus and is open noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Buck’s is famous for its Tiger Stripe flavor.

New roommates meet during move in day

Learning to get along with your new roommate is important for all new freshmen arriving at MU in August. Prior to arriving on move-in day, contacting your roommate and deciding who is bringing which items you will have to share is highly recommended by all Residential Life Staff.

Relaxation is key to a sudents success

Students learn how important it is to relax while in college during a Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction class at the Wellness Resource Center on Sept. 30, 2009.

Car passing by

Aric Bremer, host of Aric in the Afternoon on 96.7 KCMQ and driver of car 96.7, battles it out against his father-in-law, Billy Hendren, and others in the Figure 8 race Wednesday night at the Boone County Fair. Bremer placed 8th while Hendren's car was knocked out before the end of the race.

Figure-8 driver races against father-in-law

Crew chief Justin Craig and car #6 driver Billy Hendren congratulate Aric Bremer, car 96.7, for his eighth place win at the Boone County Fair figure-8 race Wednesday evening. Bremer raced again and beat Hendren, his father-in-law, during the main event.

Boone County Fair hosts figure-8 race

Aric Bremer, host of Aric in the Afternoon on 96.7 KCMQ and driver of car 96.7, mashed motors and mangled metal in the figure-8 race Wednesday night at the Boone County Fair. After three rounds, Jacob Wood took first place in car #17, second place went to Andy Lepper in #86, and Kevin Wilhite rounded out the top three in car #C4. Bremer placed eighth.

Eating her corn dog

Twenty-month old Marley Schuster eats a corn dog with her family at the Boone County Fair Wednesday evening.

Alligators can be seen at Boone County Fair

Ken Henderson calls Spike the Humigator because the 5-year-old alligator acts like a human. Spike and the other gators can be seen at the Boone County Fair until Saturday.

Crashes inevitable in figure-8 race

Billy Hendren rounds the first turn in the second heat of the figure-8 race at the Boone County Fair Wednesday evening. Figure-8 racing combines elements of oval racing, demolition derby and road racing on a figure-eight shaped track. The crossover makes crashes inevitable.

Hypnotist at the Boone County Fair

Hypnotist Roy Thompson performs an energy pull on Carly Lancaster while she is under hypnosis on Wednesday at the Boone County Fair. Thompson has been a hypnotist and magician for the last 20 years.

Hogs get bath before Swine Show

Kirsten Sapp, left, of Ashland gives her pig a wash as Heather Snow prepares to lather up her pig before the 4-H/FFA Swine Show on Wednesday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. "We compete all year round," said Sapp. For today's Swine Show, Sapp and her hogs competed in the Gilt class and the Market Hog class.

Girl pets hog at Boone County Fair

Abby Jo Martin, 2, pets one of Kyle George's hogs before the 4-H/FFA Swine Show on Wednesday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Abby Jo competed in the Pee Wee Showmanship division of the Swine Show.

Roller compacts dirt for sidewalks

Travis Stauffer runs the street roller on Stadium Blvd as part of the sidewalk project on July 19. The roller compacts the dirt, which is graded, and then pours concrete.

Workers measure sidewalk grade

From left, Kevin Kiesling, Rodney Dobson, Bob Lehman and Nate Haldiman measure the grade as part of the Stadium sidewalk project off of Stadium Boulevard on July 19.

Douglass Youth visit museum

Douglass Youth Baseball children and parent volunteers pose for a picture after their visit to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on Tuesday in Kansas City. The trip was the final event of the year for the six-week, non-competitive baseball instruction program.

Hands-only CPR saves lives

In this 2006 file photo a person participates in an American Red Cross CPR training in Washington. Two new studies conclude that "hands only" chest compression is enough to save a life. The American Heart Association has been promoting "hands only" CPR for two years, though it's not clear how much it's caught on. The new studies should help, experts say.

Talking with a new dad via laptop computer

Laurie Cooper and her newborn daughter, Charlotte Rose, talk to Cooper's husband, U.S. Army Capt. David Cooper, via video conferencing. David Cooper is in Afghanistan for his second deployment in a war zone. Computer software allowed him to attend his daughter's birth on July 19 in Hannibal. Laurie Cooper returned to Hannibal from Germany a few weeks ago so she could stay with her parents.

First introduction to his daughter

This photo taken July 19 and provided by Laurie Cooper shows her introducing her husband U.S. Army Capt. David Cooper to their new daughter, Charlotte Rose, by video conferencing on a laptop computer at the Hannibal Regional Hospital in Hannibal. David Cooper is currently serving in Afghanistan and the video conferencing software allowed him to be laptop-to-face with his wife through the delivery.

Watkins, on the new city budget

Columbia City Manager Bill Watkins delivers an address detailing the city's Fiscal Year 2011 budget in this July 28 file photo. Watkins announced that he will retire in March.

Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser

In this photo taken May 22, Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser tours marshes affected by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill along the coast of Lousiana. Over the summer, Nungesser's life has turned into a string of meetings, arguments and media appearances.
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