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Sandi and Robert Flaaskog started the facility as a place to come skateboard, but after eight months it was also a place for the youth to worship on Sunday mornings.

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Mary Heaney gives a 10-minute service to skaters about how skateboarding is a God-given talent. She said taking the credit for being a good skateboarder is a deception to ourselves.

Soldier’s book gives first-hand account of war in Iraq

Donna and Wayne Bernskoetter of Wardsville page through the collection of every letter, e-mail or picture sent to them from their son, Shane, during his service with the 245th Maintenance Company in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II.

On the ramp to Damascus

Mary Heaney gives a 10-minute service to skaters about how skateboarding is a God-given talent. She says that taking credit for being a good skateboarder is a deception to ourselves.

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Sandi and Robert Flaaskog started the facility as a place to come skateboard, but after eight months, it was also a place for the youth to worship on Sunday mornings.

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Robert and Sandi Flaaskog watch as Christopher Vanester ramps onto the gym's stage. The Flaaskogs say that they want to act as support for the skaters, and Robert frequently rides around and skates with them.

Horton, Hannah charged

Stefhon Hannah

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Jason Horton

Chandler's big win helps Tigers defeat OU

Missouri sophomore Nicholas Marable, the second-ranked 165-pound wrestler in the nation, pins Max Dean of the University of Oklahoma, at the Beauty and the Beast event at the Hearnes Center on Friday.

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Missouri's Brock Wittmeyer and Oklahoma's Jeff James wrestle as the Centenary College gymnasts look on at the Beauty and the Beast event at the University of Missouri Hearnes Center on Friday.

Energy, attitude stands out against Oklahoma

Missouri's RaeShara Brown is blocked by Oklahoma's Danielle Robinson and Ashley Paris during the first half of Wednesday night's game.

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Andrew Jones

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Marcus Malbrough

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Drew Temple

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Gahn McGaffie

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Dan Hoch

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Wes Kemp

Police arrest fugitive after high-speed chase

Robert E. Williams

Photo of the Week - Bill Clinton speaks at MU

Former President Bill Clinton made a visit to MU on Saturday to speak on behalf of his wife’s presidential campaign. Despite a large turnout of supporters to see Clinton, Boone County voters strongly favored Barack Obama when they went to the polls on Tuesday. 60.54 percent of Democrats voted for Obama while 36.95 voted for Clinton.
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