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THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: King remembrance, Missouri basketball and winter weather

Sunday, January 22, 2012 | 7:22 p.m. CST; updated 9:24 p.m. CST, Sunday, January 22, 2012

Images from Martin Luther King Jr. Day remembrance, the Tigers' win against Texas A&M and the views offered by chillier weather were among last week's best photos by the Missourian staff.

In a photo by Pinar Istek, Ardedeenia Davis holds a candle and prays Monday evening before a group starts a candlelight march in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. from Douglass High School to the historic St. Paul A.M.E. Church.

In a photo by Parker Miles Blohm, Branden Jorgensen, 9, watches Seth Benetiz, 10, Max Meystrik, 7, J.T. Baysinger, 7, and Jackson Skousen, 6, play trolleys. Cub and Boy Scouts went to Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School to enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor activities Saturday afternoon.

In a photo by Timmy Huynh, a Peking opera performer has her lipstick checked by her teacher backstage Friday during the Chinese Culture and Art show at Jesse Auditorium.

In a photo by Matthew Busch, Missouri's Ricardo Ratliffe helps up teammate Marcus Denmon after he was knocked to the floor during the Tigers' game against the Texas A&M Aggies last Monday at Mizzou Arena. Ratliffe had 17 points and 6 rebounds in the Tigers' 70-51 win over the Aggies.

In a photo by Katie Alaimo, Sarah Billington, 30, left, Kenny Keune, 24, center, and Linda Mazuranic, 62, take a coffee break in front of Coffee Zone in downtown Columbia on a chilly Wednesday.


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