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Packing up surfboards

Scott Reese, of Asheville, N.C., packs his surfboards up as he prepares to evacuate for Hurricane Earl, as it heads toward the eastern coast, in Atlantic Beach, N.C., on Sept. 2.

Surfing before the storm

A surfer enjoys the large surf as Hurricane Earl heads towards the eastern coast on Sept. 1 in Virginia Beach, Va.

Boarding up a doorway

Justin Curcio, a carpenter from Buxton, boards up a doorway at Hatteras Cabanas in Hatteras, N.C., Wednesday as Hurricane Earl approaches North Carolina's Outer Banks.

Matthew Hall

Matthew Hall

MU soccer player Alex Charlebois at practice

Missouri freshman Alex Charlebois came to the Tigers from London, Onatario, where she was the 2006 Athlete of the Year at Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School.

Missouri soccer player Alex Charlebois

Missouri freshman Alex Charlebois, center, finishes morning soccer practice by doing stretches with the rest of her team Wednesday on Faurot Field.

Brimmage brings intensity to Mizzou volleyball

Teammates sometimes refer to Missouri junior Brittney Brimmage as “Scar” because people can find her intimidating.

Rock Bridge soccer player Tyler Brittain

Rock Bridge defender Tyler Brittain battles for the ball against Rolla on Tuesday in the Bruins' home opener.

Armendariz brings energy to Mizzou volleyball

Missouri defensive specialist Priscilla Armendariz is frequently found dancing or laughing while she's on the court.

Moore ready to provide leadership

De'Vion Moore, middle, hopes to provide that leadership in the absence of Derrick Washington, who was one of the most vocal leaders on the team..

Lawrence ready to step up

Missouri tailback Kendial Lawrence makes a catch during football practice August 13 at Faurot Field. With Derrick Washington’s permanent suspension, Lawrence is now the starter. Backup tailback De'Vion Moore spoke positively about Lawrence’s speed and ability to catch the ball.

Big Ten announces conference divisions

Ohio State running back Dan Herron scores a touchdown on a 12-yard reception as the Michigan defense chases during the third quarter Nov. 21, 2009. The rivalry will look different next season when the Big Ten's new divisions will take effect.

Pointing out features of mural

Phoenix Program Development Officer Jarin Wood describes the mural displayed in the staircase as an area where people can reflect after a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday at the center. Ashley Drissell and students in her MU ceramics class created and donated the mural to the new Phoenix Program Center. "It's very emotional and touches a lot of people," Wood said.

Close-up of Phoenix Program's mural

Ashley Drissoll and her ceramics class at MU designed, created and donated a mural where clients of Phoenix Program composed tiles with quotes and images. Phoenix Program Development Officer Jarin Wood said the mural was put in the staircase because it is a good place to pause and reflect.

Ribbon cutting of new Phoenix program facility

Columbia Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Keri Tipton holds the scissors while Mayor Bob McDavid gives the proclamation speech for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Phoenix program facility.

MU professor lectures on pursuing happiness

Kennon Sheldon, an MU psychological sciences professor, lectures on pursuing happiness in Jesse Auditorium on Wednesday.

"Pursuing Happiness" lecture given at Jesse Auditorium

Following Kennon Sheldon's lecture, "Pursuing Happiness: What Works and Why" on Wednesday, Paulette Hansen, Ted Barlag and Rick Hansen enjoy Tiger Stripe ice cream at Jesse Hall. Sheldon, an MU professor of psychological sciences, studies factors such as genetics and temperament as they pertain to a person's happiness.

Pondering future on parole

James V. Taylor poses for a photo in his home Wednesday in Park Hills. Police found such a small amount of crack cocaine in Taylor's car that investigators described it as unweighable but it was enough for a 15-year prison sentence in Missouri, where the courts make an enormous distinction between crack and powder cocaine. Taylor is now out on parole after serving four years of the sentence.

Making distinctions between drugs

James V. Taylor poses for a photo in his home Wednesday in Park Hills. Police found such a small amount of crack cocaine in Taylor's car that investigators described it as unweighable, but it was enough for a 15-year prison sentence in Missouri, where the courts make an enormous distinction between crack and powder cocaine. Taylor is now out on parole after serving four years of the sentence.

Two-car accident at Broadway and Seventh streets

Trainio Williams, 34, is treated for neck pain following a two-car accident at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh streets. He was transported to University Hospital.
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