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Phoenix facility under way [Photo]

Dan McCord, a representative for Fisher Environmental Controls, stands in what will be the education room of Phoenix Programs' new administrative and residential facility in Columbia, on Wednesday. The construction of the facility, which is expected to open in the late fall, is mainly funded by grants and private donations.

Holding on to memories [Photo]

Phoenix Program Director of Clinical Services James Kimbro explains the meaning behind the name plate he is contributing to the time capsule that will be placed in the addiction treatment center's new building as the center's executive director Deborah Beste listens on in the background on Wednesday. The new building on the north side of Columbia will house Phoenix Programs' administrative offices as well as residential facilities for the program's clients.

Carnival ride assembly begins [Photo]

Andre Radyn and brothers Kevin and Chris Botha assemble a section of a carnival ride at the Boone County Fairgounds. Lowery Carnival Company employs about 40 South Africans who travel from town to town in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and Louisiana working at small summer fairs and festivals.

Boone County Fair features educational petting zoo [Photo]

A baby zebra grazes next to a pygmy donkey at the Hedrick's Educational Petting Zoo at the Boone County Fairgrounds.

Setting up the fair [Photo]

Lowery Carnival Company employee Michael Washington executes a quick pull-up as he helps to assemble the Expo Wheel ride at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Washington is a South African citizen who is spending his summer working for the amusement company, traveling from town to town in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and Louisiana.

Lowery Carnival Company travels from town to town [Photo]

Lowery Carnival Company employee Michael Washington helps to assemble the Expo Wheel ride at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Washington is a South African citizen who is spending his summer working for the amusement company, traveling from town to town in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and Louisiana.

Carnival employees prepare for opening [Photo]

The Expo Wheel ride sits half-assembled at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Lowery Carnival Company employees worked throughout the day to ensure that the rides for the county fair were completed before its official opening at 4 p.m. on Monday.

In the bathroom salon [Photo]

Emily Reinbott, 19, prepares for the queen portion of the Boone County Royalty Competition during the county fair Monday. Her sister Molly Reinbott, left, and fellow competitor Lily Williams, 18, help with her hair in a women's restroom.

Fair competitors prepare hair [Photo]

Former Boone County Princess Madison Baker, 10, speaks to Little Miss competitor Elizabeth Edgar, 5, before the Boone County Fair Royalty Competition on Monday. Elizabeth's mom, Julia Edgar, helps with her hair as Ashlei Wilson, a member of the competition committee, does her own hair.

Former Mr. Boone County listens to queen hopeful [Photo]

Cole Nowlin, 7, last year's Mr. Boone County waits as his sister, Lily Williams, 18, practices her song for the talent portion of the queen competition at the Boone County Fair on Monday.

Queen competitor practices song [Photo]

Lily Williams, 18, of Hallsville, Mo., practices singing for the queen portion of the Boone County Fair Royalty Competition on Monday.

James Miller's exhibit [Photo]

James M. Miller, professor of theatre at MU, stands among several of his pieces from his exhibit, “Facing Home: Watercolors and Drawings from Mississippi” in the George Caleb Bingham Gallery on Thursday. His exhibit, which features portraits of people from a variety of races, social statuses and ages, will be available for viewing through August 6.

Taking the limelight [Photo]

DeeDee Folkerts, center, performs with the rest of No Content during a June 6 show at the Cherry Street Artisan. “What a great group of people,” says Folkerts of her fellow troupe members. “We have a lot of fun.”

2009 Boone County Fair parade [Video]

Images from the 2009 Boone County Fair parade.

2009 Urban Pioneer [Graphic]

Sixteen high school students were selected to participate in the 39th annual workshop. Together with University of Missouri students and industry professionals the students put out a publication about the economy.

Allison Frappier and her dog, Chip [Photo]

Allison Frappier, 12, poses with her dog Chip, a long-haired Chihuahua after winning best junior novice. This was her first time at the 4-H/FFA dog show.

An extreme home makeover [Photo]

Mary Sutton, 78, sits outside of her home on Alexander Ave. in Columbia, which will be the recipient of an "Extreme Home Makeover" courtesy of the Fairview Road Church of Christ. Sutton has lived in the house for 39 years.

County Fair horse shows begin [Photo]

Isabelle Smith, riding C.T.; Sadie Currey, riding Junior; and Torie Deckert, riding Sugar, compete in the Class 9 Western Pleasure event at the Boone County Horse Show.

Showing horses [Photo]

Victoria Vroman competes in the showmanship category of the horse shows at the Boone County Fair.

Horsing around at the County Fair [Photo]

Makayla Nadler shows off her horse in the showmanship competition at the horse shows at the Boone County Fair on Sunday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
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