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Owners developed family business

Don Slate and his wife, Lynne Robertson, talk outside at A-1 Auto Recyclers on Tuesday. Slate and Robertson opened the salvage yard about 30 years ago. It turned into a family-run business when their three sons, Kiffer, Erin and Chad, all started working at the yard. "The boys all grew up in the business," Robertson said.

Hickman vs. Rock Bridge volleyball

Hickman's Kayla Rodes sends the ball over the net against Rock Bridge blockers Elise Meyer, left, and Emily Holt.

Hickman volleyball fans

"Pinked-out" Hickman fans, from left to right, Cody Johnson, Kevin Almora, Tyler Myers, Blake Byington and Jay Chase cheer the Kewpies at Monday's volleyball game vs. Rock Bridge. The Columbia teams decided to have a Pink-out to promote breast cancer awareness.

Josh Barone mug

Josh Barone is a reporter and designer for the Missourian.

Rock Bridge volleyball player Niki Collier vs. Hickman

Rock Bridge* senior Niki Collier moved to Columbia from the Los Angeles area where she was an accomplished beach volleyball player.

MU soccer player Dominique Richardson vs. Arkansas

Missouri freshman Dominique Richardson learned about her great grandfather two years ago when her mother brought him up while they were discussing colleges.

Former Notre Dame football player Clem Crowe

Clem Crowe played football at Notre Dame from 1923 to 1925, playing end in front of the famed Four Horsemen. MU soccer player Dominique Richardson is Crowe's great-granddaughter.

Matthew Olsson

Matthew Olsson

Michael Walker

Michael Walker

Corey Everage

Corey Everage

Veteran climber enjoys Capen Park

MU students Peter Kissinger (belaying), Breslin Wilson (climbing) and Brian Openlander climb at Capen Park on Monday. Wilson, a climber of 10 years, decided to climb at Capen because it is "freaking awesome," he said.

Tungesvik climbs a rock face

MU senior Alex Tungesvik climbs the rock face at Capen Park on Monday while junior Breslin Wilson belays. Tungesvik, who has climbed once in the last year, was joined by Wilson who has been climbing for 10 years.

Climbing at Capen Park

MU students Peter Kissinger (belaying), Breslin Wilson (climbing) and Brian Openlander climb at Capen Park on Monday. Openlander came to Capen to climb because "climbing outdoors is exponentially better," he said.

Rebecca Schedler reacts at Humane Society event

Rebecca Schedler reacts at a meeting at Cafe Berlin promoting Proposition B, the Missouri Dog Breeding Regulation Initiative. It will be on the ballot statewide in November.

Protesters outside Humane Society event

Mary Haas of Dixon, Mo., protests outside a pro-Proposition B event at Cafe Berlin on Monday. Haas thinks Proposition B would be a good idea if it didn't apply only to breeders.

Humane Society CEO stumps for Proposition B

Wayne Pacelle, CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, speaks to a crowd at Cafe Berlin in support of Proposition B, which would regulate dog breeding in Missouri.

Mizzou's Franklin carries football

Missouri backup quarterback James Franklin carries the football down the field in the second half of Missouri's rout of McNeese State on Saturday.

'Tar the Goldfish' game at CarnivOIL

A rubber duck floats in a syrup-filled container as part of the game "Tar the Goldfish" at the CarnivOIL event Monday on Lowry Mall at MU. The traveling event was on the last week of a four-week tour of the Midwest and East Coast.

Joe Rexwinkle tries a strongman game at CarnivOIL

MU sophomore Joe Rexwinkle pauses after striking the lever on the strongman game at the CarnivOIL event Monday on Lowry Mall at MU. The event used midway-style games to suggest the oil industry has a negative impact on government and the environment.

Cyclists leave the gates at Bike MS event

Cyclists leave the gates for the Bike MS: Express Scripts Gateway Getaway Ride on Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
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