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THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Wind turbines, district softball and rock climbers

Sunday, October 7, 2012 | 5:46 p.m. CDT
Jonathan Guzman (right), Detail Engineer at GlenMartin Holding Company, overlooks the installation of the wind turbine behind Old Beef Barn. GlenMartin Holding Company was hired by MU Campus Facilities to install the wind turbine. Also seen in the picture are Lloyd Bishop (above, left), head of maintenance, Chris Martin, CEO of GlenMartin, and Charlie Hoover.

COLUMBIA — Last week, images of the building of a wind turbine near the Old Beef Barn and rock climbers at Capen Park were the best photos captured by Missourian photographers. Photographers also captured photos of Rock Bridge and Hickman district softball games.

Kile Brewer captured this photo of Hickman softball players congratulating Shannon Greene after her two-run home run during the district championship game Friday. The Kewpies beat Jefferson City in a 7-0 shutout.

In this photo by Amy Stroth, Shelby Wilson of Columbia wrestles a calf to the ground in his backyard arena in late September. Wilson, who competes in rodeo events as a calf roper, is a team captain of the Rock Bridge football team.

Alli Inglebright took this photo of Joe Plevel starting his climb up a cliff at Capen Park. A small group went to the park, which is a popular spot for local climbers, Friday afternoon.

Stuart Palley captured this photo of the Rock Bridge softball players wearing matching yellow socks during their Thursday night district semifinal game against Hickman. The Kewpies pulled through with a 4-3 victory over the Bruins.

In this photo by Jaime Henry-White, Gene Kelly looks around Stephens College's "Civic Virtue: Wearing Red,White and Blue" exhibit Wednesday at the Historic Costume Gallery. The exhibit displayed items that demonstrated changing times and civic engagement in the U.S.


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