Tragedy outside Battle; a season-defining victory; local government shakeup continues

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Good morning readers! For many of us, this Monday will be tougher than most — after all, it's our first Monday without access to Harold's Doughnuts.

Take a deep breath. We feel you. Everything's going to be OK. (No, really — everything is fine; Harold's isn't gone for good.)

Both locations are switching up their hours and will no longer be open Mondays, but it'll be business as usual come 6 a.m. Tuesday.

Only 24 more hours to go, dear readers. Stay strong.

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In case you missed it:

Officer on leave after death of 4-year-old: The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating after a 4-year-old girl, identified as Gabriella Curry, was struck and killed by a Columbia Police Department vehicle outside Battle High School on Friday. The officer involved has been placed on administrative leave.

Revamping a state special needs program: A 2013 law establishing a fund to assist students with special needs never got off the ground. But even if a new effort to fix the program is successful, many Missouri residents will likely be left out.

Tigers' first win on Tennessee's home court: Sophie Cunningham has already been crowned the honorary mayor of Columbia, but after scoring 20 points in Sunday's takedown over Tennessee, we can all just go ahead and add Knoxville to her mayoral domain. Subscribe to our daily Sports Update for more.

Columbia's families enjoy one last skate: Empire Roller Rink hosted its final skating session Sunday — which included one couple getting engaged at the same rink where they first met 13 years ago.

Local government shakeup continues: Interim City Manager John Glascock eliminated the deputy city manager position held by JJ Musgrove on Friday to increase efficiency. Mayor Brian Treece said the decision will save taxpayer money.

Around CoMo this week:

6 p.m. Tuesday: Missouri men's basketball vs. Tennessee at Mizzou Arena 7:30 p.m. Friday: Cabaret for a Cause: Resolutions at Talking Horse Productions 6:30 p.m. Saturday: Houseplant Killers Anonymous at Ophelia's Flowers7 p.m. Saturday: Harold's Birthday Bash Doughnut Bar! at Harold's Doughnuts

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