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Boone County Presiding Commissioner Ed Robb dies after attending Saturday party

Ed Robb speaks to a small crowd at the Boone Government Center after being sworn in as presiding Boone County commissioner Jan. 1.

Ed Robb, who was in his first year as Boone County presiding commissioner, was a former Republican state representative.

THE WEEK IN MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Missouri falls to No. 1 Oklahoma; Big 12 shows life

Missouri (2-2) lost 38-28 to Oklahoma (3-0) Saturday after squandering a double-digit first-quarter lead.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri falls to No. 1 Oklahoma 38-28

The Missouri Tigers could not capitalize on an early 14-3 lead and lost to the Oklahoma Sooners 38-28 Saturday. Oklahoma scored 28 unanswered points to squelch any chance of a Missouri upset.

 

 

 

 

THE WEEK IN COMMENTS: Regency Trailer Park, charity fashion show, unemployment

Stories about the proposed sale of the Regency Trailer Park, long-term unemployment, police misconduct and an MU sorority charity event prompted comments on ColumbiaMissourian.com last week.

THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: Derrick Washington, conference realignment and U.S. 63 construction

Stories about Derrick Washington, J-turns on U.S. 63, conference realignment and  Missouri football were among the most popular with Missourian readers last week.

UPDATE: Three-car collision on I-70 leaves one person dead, one injured

As of Monday, the investigation was still ongoing and no tickets had been issued.

Fans react on Twitter to Missouri's 38-28 loss to Oklahoma

Read fan reaction on Twitter to Saturday's Missouri football game.

THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Civil War re-enactment and Family Fun Festival

Images of play at Stephens Lake Park, Family Fun Fest and a Civil War re-enactment are among the best Missourian staff photos from last week.

Missouri women's soccer team staying positive despite Big 12 losses

The Tigers lost 2-0 at No. 2 Oklahoma State on Sunday, but coach Bryan Blitz said his team still has things to feel good about.

Freed hikers: Iran held us because we're American

Two Americans held for more than two years in an Iranian prison came home Sunday, ending a diplomatic and personal ordeal.

The upside of economic worries: Lower gas prices

Drivers in Missouri are paying some of the lowest gas prices in the country, and the trend is likely to spread due to global economic fears driving down demand for gas.

Attorneys general favor divide between Mississippi River, Great Lakes watersheds

With invasive species migrating between the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds, 17 attorneys general have raised concerns about how quickly the problem is being dealt with.

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