U.S. Magistrate Judge John Maughmer presided over Friday morning's naturalization ceremony at the Truman Library & Museum where United States Customs and Immigration Services welcomed 42 new U.S. citizens in recognition of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day on Sunday. The new citizens, filling the first three rows of the Truman Library auditorium, hailed from 25 countries. The William Chrisman High School Blue and Gold Singers provided music, and Julie Robinson, refugee and immigrant services outreach manager for the Kansas City Public Library, was the guest speaker. [Mike Genet/The Examiner]