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1119Prince

Chasity Prince, center, scored 11 points per game and made a team-high 63 3-pointers last year for the Kewpies during her junior year.

1119Stein

MU coach Cindy Stein, who graduated from Illinois in 1984, returns to Champaign, Ill., tonight.

Students announce at KCOU/88.1 FM

MU freshmen Lisa Grelle and Aaron Casias work as announcers at the KCOU/88.1 FM Thursday morning show from 6 - 8 a.m. KCOU is a student owned and operated radio station that broadcasts a variety of content, including news coverage and an eclectic mix of music genres.

John Ferrugia mug

John Ferrugia is a 1975 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and an investigative reporter for KMGH-TV in Denver.

Columbia Colllege volleyball player Maria Omondi

Columbia College junior Maria Omondi has recorded 346 kills and 162 blocks this season.

MU men's basketball player Keith Ramsey

Missouri forward Keith Ramsey guards Chattanooga guard Ricky Taylor.

MU men's basketball player Kim English

Tigers freshman guard Kim English drives to the basket against Chattanooga defender Jasper Williams on Monday in the Tigers' victory over the Mocs at Mizzou Arena.

Braun retires

Commissioner Ken Pearson presents Capt. Beverly Braun with a proclamation of her achievements at the end of her retirement party Monday at the Boone Country Sheriff's Department. Braun has been with the department 23 years and will be retiring in December.

System could help reduce traffic accidents

Intermediate traffic studies specialist Brandon Campbell describes the importance of an "all-red clearance" system designed to ensure the safety of pedestrians in the crosswalk areas.

Making intersections safer

A student waits for the lights to change at the intersection of College Avenue and Rollins Street on the MU campus on Wednesday. Mayor Darwin Hindman has proposed a plan to make this intersection safer for pedestrians and bicyclers.

Hickman students put together choreographed hip-hop routines

Nautika Townsend practices a dance with her group during the Hickman High School's hip-hop dance club practice after school Thursday afternoon.

Students practice hip-hop dance

Mary Morris, center, practices a new move with fellow choreographer Omni Scott, right, during the Hickman High School's hip-hop dance club practice after school.

The Beaut

Amy Allen inserts spoons into dishes Sunday evening at the Beaut for an early Thanksgiving dinner provided by students for students for the third consecutive year.

Early Thanksgiving dinner

From left, Samantha Harmon, Amy Allen and Julie Miller prepare gravy Sunday evening at the Beaut, 1420 University Ave., for an early Thanksgiving dinner provided by students for students for the third consecutive year.

Edwards can't steal Cup from Johnson

Carl Edwards, right, celebrates his win Nov. 16 at at Homestead-Miami Speedway after congratulating Jimmie Johnson, left, after Johnson won the Sprint Cup Series for the third consecutive time.

MU men's basketball player Miguel Paul

Missouri guard Miguel Paul brings the ball downcourt against Lincoln University on Nov. 7 at Mizzou Arena. Paul has overcome turnover problems that showed up in the Tigers' exhibition games.

Sweeping up casings

Kent Finlay, discipline head for the National Rifle Association conventional pistol group Bullseye, sweeps up leftover casings at the 50-foot indoor range at the Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club shooting range. The shooting range is located just outside of Columbia near Hinkson Creek Road and North Wyatt Lane.

Firing a Model 41

Kent Finlay, discipline head for the National Rifle Association conventional pistol group Bullseye, fires his Smith & Wesson Model 41 on Nov. 5.

Adjusting the scope

Kent Finlay uses a penny to adjust the cross hairs inside his scope on Nov. 5 at the Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club shooting range.

Making his own improvements

Every Wednesday evening, Kent Finlay, discipline head for the National Rifle Association conventional pistol group Bullseye, practices his shooting. "I really enjoy doing it," Finlay said. "(It's) something to grade myself as I go along and try to make my own improvements."
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