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QUOTES: Sounding off at the polls

Voters talk about candidates, issues and why they voted. Here's a sampling.

Scenes from the polls

Voters talk about casting their ballots in today's election.

Preliminary national election results

Click to see who gained delegates in which states after Super Tuesday voting.

Master Gardener looks to spring

Missouri Master Gardener offers advice to home gardeners.

Columbia residents pitch in for candidates

COLUMBIA — Many Columbia residents in the run-up to Super Tuesday have been doing more than watching from the sidelines.

Columbia votes on Super Tuesday

Residents braved cold and rainy conditions to cast their votes and campaign for their favorites

City to pay out $200,000 a year for CAT operating costs

The City Council approved a five-year contract to pay the operating expenses for Columbia Access Television. CAT still will need to apply for capital funding.

Parents are no longer disciplining children at home

Law enforcement was recently removed from Columbia’s middle schools. In the past discipline was more severe in the home, but now it has become a role of public schools.

Wrong page printed in Tuesday's Missourian

Page 4A in Tuesday's Missourian is not the Page 4A prepared by the production staff on Monday night. Due to an error that the Missourian is investigating, Page 4A from Jan. 30 was printed in its place.

Council tables request to include dealership in Crosscreek Center

A request to allow a car dealership as part of the Crosscreek Center being developed at U.S. 63 and Stadium Boulevard was tabled until March 3 by the Columbia City Council on Monday night.

MU-KU coaches appraise Knight's career

Anderson and Self comment on the Texas Tech coaches prolific career, and other notes from Missouri's loss at Lawrence.

Missouri falls to Kansas 90-71

The Tigers came out hard — and with all its healthy players available — but slowly faded away against the No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks. Missouri had played shorthanded in its past two games before coming to Lawrence, Kan.

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