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Scene of the accident

Economy Tow Truck drivers Adam Algiere, left, and Randy Crosby strap down the Isuzu Rodeo involved in an injury accident at I-70 and Stadium Boulevard on Thursday. The Ford Tempo in the background was traveling south on Stadium while the Rodeo was turning left onto westbound I-70. The Rodeo rolled, and one person was taken to the hospital with what paramedics said looked like a broken collar bone.

Yoga plays role in recovery from anorexia

In this Sept. 2 photo, Alexis Katchuk performs the yoga sequence Vinyasa at Shelter Gardens in Columbia. For 12 years, Katchuk battled anorexia before recovering. Yoga has been a powerful part of her recovery, she says.

Billy's stallmate

Lori Pratt, one of the "Free Billy" supporters, pets one of the two donkeys that were also sold to the group during the auction Thursday. The donkeys will live with Billy the goat on Bobette and Warren Wilson's farm. Pratt suggested that the two donkeys be named "Eddie" and "Murphy" since they resemble Eddie Murphy's character "Donkey" in the movie Shrek.

Billy waits to go home

Billy the goat waits at the Midwest Exchange Regional Stockyards to be taken to his new home at Bobette and Warren Wilson's farm on Thursday. The "Free Billy" support group won Billy for $2,500 and are planning to have him be an unofficial goodwill ambassador for the town of Mexico.

Billy goes for a walk

Bobette Wilson follows Charles Heller at the Midwest Exchange Regional Stockyards as they load up Billy the goat into the trailer that will take him back to Wilson's farm on Thursday. Heller called the "Free Billy" support group to see if they needed any help and ended up bidding during the auction for the group because he had previous experience with bidding on livestock. "I've been coming to this sale barn since I was a kid," he said.

Rare salamander proposed for endangered species list

In this 1991 photo, an Ozark hellbender salamander is shown in the Spring River near Mammoth Spring, Ark. The Ozark hellbender salamander has been proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for addition to the nation's endangered species list. The large, rare salamander lives only in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

A neighborhood chat

Columbia Police Officer Brandon Crites chats with Melissa Dinwiddie in between calls. Crites patrols Dinwiddie's neighborhood on a regular basis and enjoys visiting with her children and giving them stickers during lulls of activity.

Worried about possible change in police pensions

Columbia Police Officers Brandon Crites and Kevin Kasper run at Stephens Lake Park on Tuesday. Crites ended his basketball career early to join the Columbia Police Department in January 2009. "It's always been my goal to become a police officer, but I decided to do this sooner than expected because of the benefits," he said. "If the 20-year retirement plan changes, I will regret this decision."

Expressing concerns about Columbia firefighters' pensions

Fire Captain Jan McCrary leans against an engine for a portrait on Aug. 30 at Columbia Fire Station No. 2 on West Worley Street. McCrary is just one of many who will be affected by lower pensions. "It's not just a fire issue; it's a whole city employee issue," he said. McCrary also serves on the board overseeing the firefighters' pension plan.

One injured in rollover accident

Columbia Police Officer Anthony Ash talks with a woman involved in a rollover accident at the intersection of East Nifong Boulevard and Hyde Park Avenue at about 12:30 p.m. Thursday. One person to was taken to University Hospital for treatment, and Nifong remained open to traffic.

Missouri's mighty men at tight end

Michael Egnew, left, and Andrew Jones each bring unique qualities to the Missouri tight end position.

Mueller leads Rock Bridge golf team

Rock Bridge's Meghan Mueller, right, and Hickman's Patricia De Castro congratulate each other after the final hole of their round Wednesday at Old Hawthorne Golf Course. Mueller fired a 36.

Sausages advertise new football season

Lauren Weiker, a Mizzou Meat Market employee, puts the summer sausage footballs back into a refrigerator at Eckles Hall. The footballs are intended to advertise the new season, and the hope is to sell them at home games.

Market sells sausage shaped like football

The Mizzou Meat Market is now making a summer sausage in the shape of a football.

Missouri volleyball player Paola Ampudia at practice

Missouri senior outside hitter Paola Ampudia is a native of Cali, Colombia. Other than her family, she says she misses the salsa dancing common in her home country.

Big 12 rushing resurgence

Oklahoma State running back Kendall Hunter breaks away for a 66-yard run during the first half Saturday against Washington State.

City to buy land to improve intersection safety

Hickman High School students cross the intersection of Providence Road and Business Loop 70 during their lunch break on Wednesday.

Hickman lunch break

Hickman High School students hold up traffic as they cross the intersection of Providence and Business Loop 70 during their lunch break on Wednesday. Because land holders in the area were not properly notified of Tuesday's meeting, the City Council has postponed pedestrian improvements meant to make the intersection safer.

Changing street name from Maryland to Tiger

At Tuesday's meeting, the City Council unanimously voted in favor of renaming Maryland Avenue to Tiger Avenue at MU. According to University Affairs director Ana Romero, the change is considered beneficial because now the main thoroughfare on campus will reflect school spirit.

Fighting the fire at Maplewood Barn

A firefighter sprays the remains of the Maplewood Barn Community Theatre, located in Nifong Park, which burned to the ground on April 5. The historic barn was the backdrop and staging area for the community theater, which has now proposed recreating the barn with new construction.
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