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MU tackle has Tigers' back

Fans can tell how the Tigers are doing based on Tyler Luellen’s haircut. The senior only cuts his hair when the team loses.

Froman keeps fans coming back to Columbia

This is Froman's photo for being chosen as a military hospital ship "pin-up girl" in the mid-1940s. While entertaining American troops in Europe during World War II, she would always ask if there was anyone from Missouri in the audience.

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Jane Froman began her entertainment career singing for radio in the early 1930s

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Mike Williams

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Brian Heiberger

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Randy Plattner

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Michael Linzie-Hayes

Hunt Avenue project delayed after residents' express concerns

Hunt Avenue, seen here looking north from its intersection with Worley?Street, is in line for a $560,000 reconstruction that some residents feel is?just too much for their neighborhood. The City Council has put the plans on?hold for now.

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Robert Prayer rakes leaves from his yard along Hunt Avenue. Prayer said he knew little of the city's plans to spend $560,000 rebuilding the street that runs through his quiet neighborhood. The plan has been tabled while the city tries to address residents' concerns.

Columbia's dirty jobs: City cleaner

Mark Anderson cleans for the City of Columbia and The Blue Note everyday. Anderson enjoys being downtown so often and the interaction he has with people as he works. This portrait was taken on October 31, 2007.

Hard to deter MU receiver

Sophomore wide receiver Jared Perry has just 13 receptions this season after hauling in 37 balls his freshman year. Despite the drop-off, Perry has refocused after taking advice from his older brother.

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Roz Drager, left, and Libby Miederhoff, center, volunteers at the Paquin Towers polling station, check Ruth E. Vickery's voter registration before she votes Tuesday. Given the choice between a paper or an electronic ballot, Vickery chose the paper. "I'm a registered voter. I always use my knowledge to vote," Vickery said, when asked why she came out for the election.

Proposition 1 is the issue in Tuesday's voting

Roz Drager, left, and Libby Miederhoff, center, volunteers at the Paquin Towers polling station, check Ruth E. Vickery's voter registration before she votes Tuesday. Given the choice between a paper or an electronic ballot, Vickery chose the paper. "I'm a registered voter. I always use my knowledge to vote," Vickery said, when asked why she came out for the election.

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Hazel Poff-Doiron casts her vote on Proposition 1 at Mid-America Harley Davidson on TUesday in Columbia. Poff-Doiron was the 50th voter to arrive at the 41st Precinct polling location. Proposition 1 was the only issue on the ballot and concerns a 10-year extension for a Boone County half-cent sales tax to support roads. The extension would keep the tax in place until 2018.

Transplanting trees takes some care

Dennis Sentilles

Fifth Ward Councilwoman Nauser to run for re-election

Exodus from religious studies challenges department

Nate DesRosiers, a religious studies assistant professor, presents a lesson to his Introduction to Hebrew Bible/Old Testament class Oct. 29.

Columbia's dirty jobs: Refuse Collector

Rosemarie McNeary is Columbia's only female trash collector. McNeary has been collecting trash for 3 years and loves riding around town on the back of the truck and seeing children's reactions.

Local view: Open records and the race for governor

Local view: Blunt taking lessons from Bush

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