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An all-star veteran

Jay Lee from Glasgow of the Northeast All-Star Team drives past Alex Hall from Kickapoo of the Southwest regional team during a Missouri Challenge game. Lee, who has experience playing with all-star teams, said, "I fit in wherever I go." He observes the playing styles of his teammates to see where his own skills fit in. "It was fun out there," he said. The Northeast squad lost 107-100.

MU basebal team loses regional opener

Western Kentucky's Terrence Deyleg scores on a wild pitch as Missouri pitcher Nick Tepesch moves to cover home Friday in the Tigers' 11-4 loss to the Hilltoppers in NCAA regional play in Oxford, Miss.

Renovation music

Boonville duo Cathy Barton Para, rear left, and husband Dave Para provide live music during an open house hosted by the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia to celebrate the church's new renovations.

Taking in the celebration

Deborah Chance, left, and husband Tom Mawhinney of Columbia enjoy the live music of Boonville duo Cathy and Dave during an open house hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Columbia. The reception was held to celebrate the church's new renovations; Chance and Mawhinney are members of the First Presbyterian congregation.

Cutting the ceremonial ribbon

From left, chair of the Columbia Ambassadors Rollie Hausman looks on as Mark Crawford and Allan Moore cut the ceremonial ribbon during the introduction of the newly renovated First Presbyterian Church of Columbia. Moore served as chair of the building committee for the $4.5 million renovation, while Crawford's construction company provided the labor services.

A paddler's hands

"These are third-generation callouses," says Dan Cook, who is paddling his dory 3,700 miles down the Missouri and Mississippi rivers to raise awareness for disabled veterans and the benefits of recreational rehabilitation.

Paddling for disabled veterans

Dan Cook of Park City, Utah takes a day to rest at Cooper's Landing along the Missouri River during a 3,700-mile paddle boat journey. He is traveling to raise awareness for disabled veterans and his organization, Rivers of Recovery, which provides recreational rehabilitation for disabled veterans. He started April 6 at Three Forks, Mont., and hopes to reach the Gulf of Mexico by June 30.

Stephens says farewell to Libby

Wendy B. Libby is credited with plenty of accomplishments during her time as president of Stephens College, including a 93 percent student retention rate. When asked what one tip would she give incoming President Dianne Lynch, she responded, "Always speak from the heart."

Rock Bridge celebrates quarterfinal victory

The Rock Bridge baseball team celebrates its 8-2 victory over Nixa on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Class 4 state tournament.

Hickman athlete Wesley Leftwich

Hickman sophomore Wesley Leftwich will be competing in the 100-meter dash, the long jump and the 4x100 and 4x200 relays at this weekend's state track and field championships.

Rock Bridge sprinter

In sectionals, Rock Bridge sprinter Lauren Flaker ran a time faster than last season's state champion.

Confiscated pot

Twenty pounds of marijuana was seized Thursday as part of an on-going drug investigation by the Cole County Sheriff's Department.

J.W. 'Blind' Boone home

J.W. "Blind" Boone home

Cycling safety

Michelle Windmoeller works to fit the tire back over the air tube on her bicycle wheel during a GetAbout Columbia Confident City Cycling Class inside of Stephens Lake Activities Center on May 6. Windmoeller was demonstrating how to change a flat tire to class participants.

Brushing up on bike safety

Robert Johnson and Michelle Windmoeller attach a rear wheel back onto Windmoeller's bike after completing a tire changing demonstration during a GetAbout Columbia Confident City Cycling Class inside of Stephens Lake Activities Center on May 6. Johnson and Windmoeller are both instructors with the program.

Taking tips on tires

Robert Johnson and Rachel Pinnow inspect Pinnow's completed changed tire during a GetAbout Columbia Confident City Cycling Class inside Stephens Lake Activities Center on May 6. "I wanted to start commuting on my bike more and realized that I needed a refresher course," Pinnow said of the class.

Spreading the knowledge

Michelle Windmoeller shows her mother-in-law Kathy Windmoeller how to pop the tire back over the air tube on the wheel of her bicycle during a GetAbout Columbia Confident City Cycling Class inside of Stephens Lake Activities Center on May 6. "I think confidence in cycling definitely makes you safer," Windmoeller said.

Making a safe landing

TOP ROW: From left, Anderson "Danny" Peebles, navigator; Flavil Ray Edgin, co-pilot; John Cartmill, bombardier; Don Billings, radio operator/gunner; Robert Mink, engineer/gunner; John Brewer, armorer/gunner
KNEELING: Michael Garvie, crew chief; GEORGE PARKER, pilot; Charles Franzwick, assistant crew chief

George Parker was piloting 42-96188, another B-26B55, when he and his fellow crew members were hit by flak over France. He made an emergency landing at a British advanced landing ground, B7-Martragny, near Bayeaux in Normandy on July 7, 1944. All the crew members were safe after making a belly landing.

Then-candidate for state treasurer

"It doesn't matter what your age is; you can help and influence the election," said state Rep. George Parker, R-Columbia, and a then-Republican candidate for state treasurer, to a group of youthful supporters at a Young Missourians for Parker meeting on Sept. 13, 1972.

George Parker

The family of George Parker said this was their favorite photo of him.
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