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Columbia Mayor Barbara Buffaloe (second from left) is photographed with (from left) Artemis Grey, KayCee, keynote speaker Renee Montgomery, and Faye King at the city of Columbia's annual diversity celebration breakfast this week. 

News briefs, notes, catch-up items, hot takes and other miscellany to wrap up the week

• The family of John W. Alspaugh, a former MU education professor, donated a 201-acre nature area off Mexico Gravel Road near Vandiver Drive for what will ultimately become a new city park. The city has earmarked $300,000 to develop nature trails on the property, which will serve as the trailhead for the northern section of the Hinkson Creek trail.

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Mike Murphy is publisher of COMO BUZ and a regular contributor. He can be reached at m.murphy@buzcomm.com

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Michael Williams

How does one find the Facebook page where people are posting?

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Mike Murphy

Two good Facebook pages to follow for perspective on this and other issues are:

'CoMo Citizens for CPS Accountability and Transparency'

and

'Race Matters, Friends COMO'

Type the name in the Facebook search function and you should be able to find it.

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