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Hickman soccer player Jessie Loch vs. Lindbergh [Photo]

Lindbergh soccer player Eileen Koppy tries to keep possession of the ball against Hickman's Jessie Loch on Friday.

Route WW bridge reopens [Photo]

Cars drive on the reopened bridge over Hominy Creek on Route WW Friday evening. Construction on the bridge, which is part of the Missouri Department of Transportation's Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program, began Feb. 21, and crews completed it a week early as it reopened Thursday afternoon.

Tiger Woods tips cap [Photo]

Tiger Woods tips his cap after finishing the second round of the Masters golf tournament on Friday in Augusta, Ga.

Hickman soccer player Sarah Levin vs. Lindbergh [Photo]

Hickman's Sarah Levin takes a pass from her teammate in the home game against Lindbergh on Friday.

Tiger Woods tees off [Photo]

Tiger Woods tees off at the 18th hole during the second round of the Masters golf tournament Friday in Augusta, Ga.

Tiger Woods fist pump [Photo]

Tiger Woods pumps his fist after a birdie on the 18th hole during the second round of the Masters golf tournament on Friday in Augusta, Ga.

Tiger Woods sand trap shot [Photo]

Tiger Woods hits out of the sand on the 11th hole during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament on Wednesday in Augusta, Ga.

Tiger Woods scoreboard [Photo]

In a photo taken with a fisheye lens, attendants put Tiger Woods' name on the scoreboard overlooking the ninth fairway during the second round of the Masters golf tournament Friday in Augusta, Ga.

Rock Bridge golfer Tyler Kolb vs. Hickman [Photo]

Rock Bridge golfer Tyler Kolb hits his tee shot on Friday at Columbia Country Club.

Rock Bridge golfer Wilson Sundvold vs. Hickman [Photo]

Rock Bridge golfer Wilson Sundvold kneels to line up a putt on Friday at Columbia Country Club.

Hickman golfer Cruz Buchanan vs. Rock Bridge [Photo]

Hickman High School golfer Cruz Buchanan reacts to his missed putt during Friday's match at Columbia Country Club.

City Lights sound board [Photo]

Mike Antel runs a soundboard from beneath the stage during City Lights' rehearsal on Thursday at Rock Bridge High School. City Lights puts on one show every year and usually starts rehearsing in October.

City Lights rehearsal [Photo]

Hannah Overfelt preforms during a rehearsal on Thursday at Rock Bridge High School. City Lights must first compete against 20 teams to make it through the preliminary round at the regional competition hosted in Branson this weekend.

Rock Bridge choir rehearsal [Photo]

Ian Meyer performs during a rehearsal on Thursday at Rock Bridge High School. This is the first time there has been a national show choir competition.

Rock Bridge Choir director [Photo]

Rock Bridge High School show choir director Mike Pierson critiques the band during rehearsal Thursday evening at Rock Bridge. Pierson has been City Lights' director for seven years and estimates they spend around $50,000 to produce both the all-female and coed shows.

Coupon Queen [Photo]

Amy Woodall does some light shopping as she looks through her coupons at Schnucks in Cape Girardeau.

Mentoring Program [Photo]

Mentor Ray Merriweather (left) cheers with 8th grade history students (left-right) Quran Banks, 13, Timothy Williams III, 14, Quentin Leonard, 14 (standing) and Nicholas Johnson, 14, after Leonard correctly answered a question during last Friday's class "Jeopardy" game on the U.S. Constitution at Yeatman-Liddell Middle School in north St. Louis City.

Chinese Folk Music Orchestra performs at MU [Audio]

In a concert for children Friday morning, The Chinese Folk Music Orchestra of Shanghai Normal University played at Jesse Auditorium. Yichu Zhu played "Horseracing" by Haihuai Huang with an Erhu, a two-stringed bowed musical instrument, also known as the Chinese violin. A separate ceremony took place the same morning to welcome a Confucius Institute to MU.

Mike Middleton and Deborah Hanuscin shake hands [Photo]

Associate professor Deborah Hanuscin shakes hands with MU Deputy Chancellor Mike Middleton on Friday. Commerce Bank Chairman Jim Schatz proceeded to award her with a check for $10,000.

Associate professor Deborah Hanuscin [Photo]

Associate professor Deborah Hanuscin reacts after finding out she received a William T. Kemper award for teaching excellence on Friday. MU Deputy Chancellor Mike Middleton, Commerce Bank Chairman Jim Schatz and Hanuscin's fellow faculty members surprised her with the award in her 9:00 a.m. class.
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