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Missouri freshman linebacker works his way up

To learn more about how to play outside linebacker at Missouri, freshman Donovan Bonner (No. 8) lived with senior captain Sean Weatherspoon over the summer.

After living with senior captain Sean Weatherspoon over the summer, freshman Donovan Bonner has shown improvement on the field.

SATURDAY PRACTICE NOTEBOOK: Gabbert's arm strength opens up Missouri offense

Gabbert’s ability to use his arm strength to fit the ball into tight windows, combined with his ability to make deep throws, opens up nearly every possible route for Missouri offensive coordinator David Yost.

Checkpoint nets 14 arrests

Four more people were cited for failure to provide proof of insurance.

Redeemer Presbyterian Church installs new pastor

The Rev. Joseph E. Rolison moved to Columbia from Leakesville, Miss., to lead the congregation.

Cole County Sheriff's Department seize over three pounds of marijuana

Police also found multiple weapons, drug paraphernalia and what police believe to be cocaine and methamphetamine.

One dead after evening crash on Creasy Springs Road

No passengers were in the car at the time of the crash.

Historical 'hard hat tours' begin at Missouri State Penitentiary

More than 1,300 visitors have already toured the penitentiary since the tours started on May 2. The Missouri State Penitentiary was once named "the bloodiest 47 acres in America" by TIME magazine.

MU students prepare Tiger Garden for upcoming year

Tiger Garden, a student-operated floral shop located inside the Agriculture building on the MU campus, has been serving students since 2005. Students running the floral shop learn botany and business skills.

Columbia Public Schools prepare for possible resurgence of H1N1 virus

There were seven confirmed H1N1 cases during summer school this year, a school official said. On Wednesday, school nurses discussed the health issue at a district staff meeting.

 

MU journalism institute receives $15 million

The Reynolds Journalism Institute will be receiving $15 million in funds from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, said Steve Anderson, president of the foundation, on Friday morning.

 

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