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TODAY'S QUESTION: Will you participate in Bike, Walk & Wheel Week?

If so, which events are you looking forward to?

Rock Bridge hitter breaks record in loss to Helias

Bruins cleanup hitter Max Byers was a rare bright spot for the Rock Bridge baseball team Monday in a 7-2 loss to visiting Helias.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Repeal estate tax to help farmers preserve the environment

If family members don’t have the money to pay the estate tax, there is probably a developer waiting for their call.

LETTER: Urge lawmakers to totally ban texting while driving

Just banning those 21 or younger from texting while driving is not enough.

Katy Trail party scheduled for Saturday in Rocheport

Gov. Jay Nixon, Bill Bryan and former Columbia Mayor Darwin Hindman will all participate in the 20th anniversary celebration of the Katy Trail State Park.

Sculpture coming to Columbia City Hall next week

The project is financed by Columbia's Percent for Art Program, which allows for 1 percent of the cost of major city construction projects to be spent on art for the sites.

LETTER: Arizona immigration law a good first step

President Obama was incorrect in saying Arizona was wrong to pass its recent immigration law. More border states should pass similar laws because our border patrol cannot do their job well.

City Council approves southeast regional park plan

The 460-acre plan includes a water park, ice rink and dog park.

Council approves rezoning near Grindstone Parkway

Commercial rezoning of 25.3 acres of land across from the Grindstone Plaza could result in an additional traffic light and slower-moving traffic on Grindstone Parkway.

Citizens Police Review Board can send one member to conference

Council agrees to send one member to a Seattle conference and fund half of their printing request.

Maplewood Barn Community Theatre receives $1,100 from city

The funds would be put toward general operating expenses such as concessions, costumes, publicity and promotion and buying the royalties for plays.

Mizzou alum trying to set world record for longest tennis match

David Watkins, a former KOMU sports reporter, is in the process of playing tennis for more than 36 straight hours.

City's utility payment system down temporarily

The city's online and telephone automated utility payment and building inspection systems will be down for less than two hours starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

MORE STORIES: Remembering the Holocaust

Holocaust survivors have shared their stories, and the Internet helped expand the scope of their influence. Here is a list of some survival accounts.

City Council approves donation of two license plate recognition units

Two automatic license plate recognition units will be donated to the Columbia Police Department  with the hopes of increasing arrests of wanted subjects and finding more stolen vehicles.

Columbia Transit offers free rides Thursday

Columbia Transit will run free of charge all day Thursday in a campaign to save gas, improve the environment and reduce traffic.

City Council will vote on conference costs for review board

The Columbia Citizens Police Review Board has requested $4,400 from the city to send two representatives to a four-day conference in Seattle. The City Council will vote on the issue tonight.

New Ragtag executive director chosen

Tracy Lane, the director of Orr Street Studios, will replace Sarah Bantz.

Rock Bridge soccer team falls at Sedalia

The Rock Bridge girls soccer team lost 3-1 to Smith-Cotton on Monday in Sedalia.

St. Louis finalist for Frozen Four

St. Louis has emerged as a finalist to host the NCAA Division I men's hockey championship in either 2013 or 2014.

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