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“The Whistling Season” by Ivan Doig

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Rosie Tippin is running for one of the three open Columbia School Board seats.

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Rosie Tippin laughs with her friends at their monthly Bible study on Feb. 28. After the school board election ends, the group is considering meeting twice a month.

Segert pushes for school board engagement with public

School Board candidate Ines Segert listens as MU freshman Curtis Atkisson helps her with her campaign brochure at Lakota Coffee. Segert is a psychology professor at MU.

Tippin passionate about children, education

Rosie Tippin laughs with her friends at their monthly Bible study. After the school board election ends, the group is considering meeting twice a month.

Robotic window washer climbs to the top for title

Judges for the robotic window washing competition at MU study how many dots were cleaned from a window after one of the college teams tested its robot.

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Competitor Steve Hoepfner from North Dakota State University mounts his window washer to the test window Saturday at MU.

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A team from Michigan Tech watches Frank Jr. during the window washing competition while judges note the success of the machine.

Steve McQueen Day draws fans to Slater

Visitors to Steve McQueen Day in Slater watch a film of stunt work in the 1966 film "The Sand Pebbles." Loren Janes, a friend of and stunt double for McQueen, organized the stuntwork of the film. Janes generally charges $10,000 to speak, but he appeared Saturday for free.

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Taylor Norris is strapped in for a ride on her father's Harley Davidson at Steve McQueen Day on Saturday in Slater.

Special friendship inspiration for MU ski club

MU senior Mike Neustedter, right, returns to California during breaks to snowboard with childhood friend Paige Volden, left, who has lost her eyesight.

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Quin Lewis, a member of the Red Line Saxophone Quartet, holds his baritone saxophone during the group's practice Friday.

Chamber of competition: Annual Plowman competition comes to First Baptist

Doug O’Connor plays the soprano sax Friday during a rehearsal with his quartet for the Plowman Chamber Music Contest. The quartet members drove 900 miles from Rochester, N.Y., to compete.

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From left, Brandon Kies, Doug O’Connor, Qun Gai and Quin Lewis, the Red Line Saxophone Quartet, warm up Friday. The four are students from the Eastman School of Music.

Lights out: Columbia observes Earth Hour

Just before 8 p.m. Saturday night, patrons at Addison’s enjoy their dinner and drinks with full lighting.

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Just after 8 p.m., Addison’s dimmed its lights in observance of Earth Hour, a global event to raise awareness of energy conservation, and patrons enjoyed their dinners by candlelight.

Lessons of losing at Missouri Relays

A.J. Miller of Rock Bridge pole vaults into the bar in the ninth annual Missouri Relays at Walton Stadium.

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Emma Booth of HeliasHigh School performs a long-jump in the ninth annual Missouri Relays.

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Kotobuki Shiki Sanbaso is a celebratory dance piece that opens every Bunraku Bay performance.

Spill it: Terry Nickerson, taxi driver

Terry Nickerson, taxi driver for A-1 Taxi.
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