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Snow collects on a pair of leather shoes

Snow collects on a pair of leather shoes hanging from wires above east campus on Saturday.

Snow falls on church spires

Snow falls Saturday on the spires of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, left, and the First Baptist Church in Columbia.

Matthew Cassidy and Catherine Prais lug their groceries

Matthew Cassidy, a mechanical engineering student at MU, and Catherine Prais, a pre-journalism student at MU, lug their groceries to their East Campus home on Saturday. Snow began falling in Columbia around 11 a.m. and continued throughout the day.

Rock Bridge's Tre Williams attempts reverse layup

Rock Bridge center Tre Wiliams attempts a reverse layup past Helias center Hale Hentges during the fourth quarter Friday at Helias Catholic High School. The Bruins will play the Blue Springs Wildcats in the second round of the Class 5, District 9 tournament at Blue Springs South High School on Tuesday.

Tre Williams shoots over Helias' Hale Hentges

Rock Bridge center Tre Williams shoots over Helias center Hale Hentges during the first quarter Friday at Helias Catholic High School. The loss was the Bruins' first since losing to Jefferson City High School on Feb. 3.

Rock Bridge guard chases loose ball

Rock Bridge guard Trey Smith chases a loose ball with Helias guard Isiah Sykes during the fourth quarter Friday at Helias Catholic High School. The Bruins lost 53-55.

Kreklow talks to Rock Bridge teammate

Rock bridge guards Ryan Kreklow, left, and Trey Smith, right, speak to each other during a free throw attempt during the first quarter Friday against the Helias Crusaders at Helias Catholic High School. The Bruins fell to 16-4 to finish the season.

FROM READERS: Filmmaker hopes to bring animation project to life

Erin Heatherman, an MU graduate, informs Missourian readers about her upcoming animated film project and how she came up with the idea. The film called "DisChord" is about three rival musicians competing for the public's attention. Heatherman is using Kickstarter to fund the project. The fundraising campaign runs through March 3.

Customer exhales vapor from e-cigarette

A customer exhales vapor from an e-cigarette in February 2014 at the Henley Vaporium in New York.

Bottom of stormwater pipe corroded

Former Missouri state Rep. Chris Kelly points to the corroded bottom of a stormwater pipe on Friday. He will chair the Foundation for Columbia's Future, a committee that will support the stormwater rate increase and electric bond issue, which will be on the ballot April 7.

Water collects at bottom of stormwater drain

Standing water pools in the rusted-out bottom of a stormwater drain under Juniper Court on Friday. It's one of 50 or so pipes that have outlasted their useful lifespan, according to the Columbia Public Works Department.

Wainwright throws at spring training

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright throws in a steady rain during spring training Friday in Jupiter, Florida. Rain forced the Cardinals indoors on Friday, but Wainwright played catch for a few minutes outside after missing two days of practice because of an abdominal strain.

Fewer than 200 workers left at Boonville Nordyne plant

There were fewer than 200 people left working at the Nordyne plant in Boonville on Wednesday. The factory, which opened in 1979 and once employed almost 900 people, will close by August.

One of five crime scenes Tyrone, Missouri

Snow covers the lawn Friday morning at one of five crime scenes near Tyrone, Missouri, where a gunman killed seven people and wounded an eighth person in a house-to-house rampage. The victims were found in four homes in Tyrone, about 40 miles north of the Arkansas line.

Notice hangs at Boonville Nordyne facility

A sign hangs at the front entrance of the Nordyne facility in Boonville on Wednesday. In February, about 85 employees were laid off.

Snow melts outside Nordyne plant

Snow melts Wednesday outside the Nordyne plant in Boonville. Some factory equipment is already on its way to Nordyne's facility in Saltillo, Mexico.

Police tape surrounds Tyrone crime scene

Police tape surrounds one of five crime scenes near Tyrone, Missouri, on Friday morning. A gunman killed seven people and wounded an eighth person in an overnight house-to-house rampage in the small town in the Missouri Ozarks before apparently committing suicide in a vehicle, authorities said Friday. The victims were found in four homes in Tyrone, about 40 miles north of the Arkansas line. The 36-year-old gunman was discovered in a neighboring county, dead of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Jeff Kinder said.

Red tape bars entrance to Tyrone, Missouri, home

Red tape is seen Friday morning on one of the doors of a home near Tyrone, Missouri, after a gunman killed seven people and wounded an eighth person in an overnight house-to-house rampage in the small town. The victims were found in four homes and the man believed to the gunman was discovered in a neighboring county, dead of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Jeff Kinder said.

Monica Kelsey smiles through baby box

Monica Kelsey, a firefighter and medic who is president of Safe Haven Baby Boxes Inc., poses with a prototype of a baby box, which parents could use to surrender their newborns anonymously, outside her fire station in Woodburn, Indiana.

U.S. visitors to Cuba can now bring $100 worth of cigars home

A woman places the ringed label on a Hoyo de Monterrey cigar Thursday at the Corona cigar factory in Havana.
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