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Grocery store dietitians help customers with lifestyle changes

Hy-Vee dietitians assist customers shop for healthy food based on their individual needs.

Hy-Vee and Natural Grocers are among the increasing number of retailers who are finding value in having dietitians or nutritional counselors in their stores to help shoppers choose healthier foods.

THE WEEK IN MISSOURI SPORTS: Tigers' offense sputters in 19-15 loss to Vanderbilt

Missouri and Rock Bridge High football falters, while the Missouri soccer team looks to fight for first place in the SEC East next week.

'Rat rod' pickup among competition at 38th annual car show

The Old Wheels car show gave out 29 awards for the different classes and categories of cars. This is the first year for the show to be at Nifong Park near the Boone County Historical Society.

Hundreds come out for Walk to End Alzheimer's

The walk drew more than 550 participants Sunday at Stephens Lake Park, according to organizers.

 

THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Wind turbines, district softball and rock climbers

Last week, images of the building of a wind turbine near the Old Beef Barn and rock climbers at Capen Park were the best photos captured by Missourian photographers.

THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: Green-Beckham arrested, fatal car wrecks, peanut product recall

Dorial Green-Beckham's arrest for alleged drug possession, deadly car crashes, Southeastern Conference culture and a peanut product recall all caught readers' eyes this past week.

Part of Ninth Street closed until Monday morning

Ninth Street between University Avenue and Elm Street will be closed from 7 p.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday.

Missouri volleyball team beats Alabama, 3-1

Junior Lisa Henning tallied her sixth double-double of the season with 23 kills on .305 hitting and 16 digs. She also added seven blocks.

Missouri soccer player Taiwo Adeshigbin fights off flu, Mississippi State

Missouri soccer defeated the Mississippi State Bulldogs 2-0 Sunday afternoon with the help of their senior striker, who sat out Friday's game with the flu.

Nationals rally past Cardinals in Game 1

The Nationals, who had never come close to making the playoffs since moving from Montreal for the 2005 season, overcame a wild start by 21-game winner Gio Gonzalez to beat the Cardinals 3-2 in an National League playoff opener.

Social media among threats to greeting card makers

Card makers are seeing a shift in business because of the digital age and social media. Hallmark Cards Inc. estimated that the number of greeting cards sold in the U.S. in the past decade has dropped from 6 billion to 5 billion annually.

Tucker's field goals lift Ravens past Chiefs, 9-6

Ray Rice ran for 101 yards, Justin Tucker made all three of his field goal attempts, and the Ravens kept the Kansas City Chiefs out of the end zone late to preserve a 9-6 victory Sunday.

Few debates planned for Missouri races

Prospects are uncertain if there will be a second debate between Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon and Republican businessman Dave Spence. Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill and challenger Republican Congressman Todd Akin plan to debate once more in suburban St. Louis.

'Rat rod' truck among competition at 38th annual car show

The Old Wheels car show gave out 29 awards for the different classes and categories of cars. This is the first year for the show to be at Nifong Park near the Boone County Historical Society.

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