THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Derby, rides, animal shows at Boone County Fair

Sunday, July 28, 2013 | 6:21 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — This week, Missourian photographers captured images at the Boone County Fair and of President Barack Obama's speech in Warrensburg.

Megan Donohue captured this image of Catherine Stickann, the owner and camp counselor of  Sycamore Creek Farm, holding an alpaca before a morning walk Thursday.

In this photo by Jennah Sontag, Kelly Wilsdorf stands behind her rabbit that won second reserve in the 4-H/FFA rabbit show Thursday at the Boone County Fair.

Students dance and perform in this photograph by Unho Yi at the Fun City Summer Youth Academy talent show Thursday at Ridgeway Elementary School.

Unho Yi captured this image of Matt Keating, left, Amanda Frey and Braden Sullivan taking a break before the demolition derby at the Boone County Fair on Wednesday.

In this photograph by Megan Donohue, President Barack Obama speaks to a crowd at the University of Central Missouri about his plan for the economy Wednesday.

Quint Smith shot this picture Tuesday of Shelby Deppe, 14, top, and Alena Killebrew, 14, riding on the Nemesis 360 at the Boone County Fair.

In this photograph by Unho Yi, Devin Shouman, 8, left, Ashley Sjostrand, 8, and Nicole Sjostrand, 9, prepare their goats for the Pee Wee Showmanship event Monday at the Boone County Fair.

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