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environmental conservation. Chambers is the first Missourian to receive the national honor.
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The Columbia Police Department has promoted Scott Hedrick to sergeant. Hedrick was previously an officer in the K-9 unit and in September became the first HEDRICK Columbia police officer certified with the Missouri Police Canine Association. He will be assigned to the patrol and K-9 units and will continue to develop K-9 unit training standards and perform supervisory requirements. Hedrick has been with Columbia Police Department since 1998. Michael Budds, a University of Missouri professor of music was inducted into the Missouri Music Hall of Fame this fall with Sheryl Crow and Burt BUDDS Bacharach. Budds is the first music historian inducted into the hall. The Missouri Music Hall of Fame, in St. Joseph, was founded in 2009 to recognize Missouri-born and Missourirelated personalities who have made major contributions to musical life in the state. Dr. Charlene Adkins has opened Expert Vein Care at 201 W. Broadway, Building 5, Suite B. The treatment facility offers a complete range of vein care for legs, ADKINS including endovenous laser ablation, microphlebectomy and sclerotherapy. Adkins graduated from the University of Missouri School of Medicine, and received fellowship training at the University of Kansas Medical Center. She is board-certified and a member of the American College of Phlebology. Web Bixby has donated a $568,000 leadership gift to Columbia College through the collegeâ€™s Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign. The gift supports Bixby Lecture Hall, located in the Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center, and will establish
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NOVEMBER 2014 INSIDE COLUMBIA