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Historic shotgun house to be relocated

A controversy has begun over whether to move the historic shotgun house from the corner of Garth and Worley to Boone Junction or Douglass Park.

Rain delays air show but doesn’t dampen spirits

Buzz Aldrin spoke with the press while waiting for the rain to pass during the Salute to Veterans 2008 Memorial Day Celebration at the Columbia Regional Airport on Saturday. Aldrin discussed topics like his Apollo 11 trip to moon and what he sees for the future of aerospace travel.

American Indians' dancing brings people to fairgrounds

Men join together at the First Annual For the People Pow Wow, held at the Boone County Fairgrounds, to perform the Gourd Dance celebrating veterans on Saturday.

Accused of 'acting white'

Brandon Stewart poses with other graduate students at the GPC Happy Hour at Bengal's on Sixth Street on May 2.

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Jordan Carter laughs at a joke told by one of her classmates during their journalism class on May 1. After a brief lecture by the teacher, the class breaks up into smaller groups and works with each other on their upcoming assignments.

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Smith-Cotton High School senior Cecilia Sotelo, left, and junior Ceci Perez

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Brandon Stewart poses in Bengal's Bar and Grill during the GPC Happy Hour on May 2. Stewart has been criticized for acting white throughout his education.

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Jordan Carter waits to hear back from a source during her journalism class at Hickman High School on May 1. While she waits, Jordan chats with her classmates about how they will be spending their afternoon.

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Dolores Obregon

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Josh Copeland waits for his turn during a game of Uno on May 9 at the Stop Day Carnival in the MU Activity and Recreation Center.

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Samuel Martin, one of the junior guidance counselors at Rock Bridge High School, monitors the halls after school on May 12.

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Samuel Martin monitors the halls after school on May 12.

MU baseball team missses chance at Big 12 title game

Spencer Selby, center, and the rest of the Sooners celebrate their victory as Missouri catcher Trevor Coleman, right, holds the ball after Selby scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning.

Missouri softball team measures up

Amanda Renth broke MU’s single season home run record this year with 20, more than any Alabama player. But the Crimson Tide have 74 home runs to the Tigers’ 65.

World Vegetarian Week protest

PETA protesters wrap themselves in cellophane to mimic meat packages.

MU baseballl team wins opener at Big 12 tournament

Missouri shortstop Andrew Thigpen throws to first base after forcing out Texas baserunner Cameron Rupp at second base.

Askren set for Olympic wrestling trials

Former Missouri wrestler Ben Askren, top, is competing at the Olympic Trials on June 13-15 in Las Vegas.

Columbians seek slice of rural life

Mary Ann Groves, top right, a real estate agent at RE/MAX Boone Realty, leads fellow members of the Columbia Board of Realtors on a tour of rural homes. The growth of Columbia has been a catalyst for the demand of rural properties, such as this home at 1802 Moss Creek in the Vineyards.

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Members of the Columbia Board of Realtors take a tour of a rural home at 10851 E. Hwy WW.

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Frank Lusk waits in his bus near a barn at 1468 Road 256 in rural Boone County after transporting members of the Columbia Board of Realtors to tour the property.
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