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Weaving at the Heritage Festival [Photo]

Linda Coats weaves a shawl at the Heritage Festival at Nifong Park on Saturday. Coats uses alpaca fur to create different types of crafts and sells them at the festival. It only took Coats the afternoon to weave this purple shawl.

Bluegrass girls at the Heritage Festival [Photo]

From left, Haley Leal and WIlla Lensenmeyer play bluegrass music at the Maplewood Barn Stage at the Heritage Festival on Saturday. Both girls are part of "Pixie Chicks and the Fiddle Stick," a bluegrass group in Columbia. The girls played many songs on stage, one of which was written by a member of the group while sitting on a bucket on Bass St., entitled, "Sitting on a Bucket on Bass St."

Photos at the Heritage Festival [Photo]

Left to right, Roberta Power and Emma O'Connell pose for a vintage photograph after getting dressed up in old-time clothing at the Heritage Festival on Saturday.

Memorial Stadium Changes Seats [Graphic]

Memorial Stadium reduced the seating space allotted for each person in the student general admission section from 18 inches to 14 inches this year. This change allows for 2,655 more seats for students.

Alexander hops into end zone [Photo]

Missouri's Danario Alexander, 81, hops into the end zone past Furman's Julian Hicks, 31, during the second quarter of Saturday's game.

Stricker knocks ball loose against Furman [Photo]

Missouri's Kerwin Stricker, center, uses his head to knock the ball loose from the Furman Paladins' Tyler Maples in the third quarter Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.

Egnew is brought down against Furman [Photo]

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew, 82, is wrapped up by Furman players Rick Furman, 37, and Josh Lynn, 91. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.

Simmons recovers fumble against Furman [Photo]

Missouri safety Jasper Simmons recovers a fumble from the Furman Paladins during the third quarter of Saturday's game.

Lost shoe against Furman [Photo]

Missouri running back Kendial Lawrence runs downfield despite losing a shoe during the Tigers' game against the Furman Paladins.

Smith runs interception back against Furman [Photo]

Mizzou defensive lineman Jaquies Smith, 3, runs for the end zone after intercepting a pass during the third quarter of Saturday's game at Memorial Stadium.

Perry and Kemp bump chests against Furman [Photo]

Missouri wide receivers Jared Perry, left, and Wes Kemp celebrate following one of Perry's two touchdowns in the first quarter of Missouri's 52-12 victory over Furman.

Gabbert rushes for touchdown against Furman [Photo]

Tiger quarterback Blaine Gabbert rushes for a touchdown during the second quarter of Saturday's victory over Furman.

Fans cheer against Furman [Photo]

From left to right: Stephanie Pulver, Neil Gallagher, Kristina Gentile, and Melissa Austin cheer on the Missouri Tigers on their way to 42-0 halftime lead over the Furman Paladins.

Gachkar tries to make a tackle against Furman [Photo]

Furman running back Jerry Williams tries to evade Missouri linebacker Andrew Gachkar.

Washington slips past defense against Furman [Photo]

Missouri running back Derrick Washington (24) slips by Furman's Shaun Van Rensburg with the help of Missouri offensive lineman Dan Hoch.

Perry celebrates against Furman [Photo]

Missouri wide receiver Jared Perry celebrates after scoring one of his touchdowns in the first half of Saturday's victory.

Alexander fighting for position against Furman [Photo]

Furman cornerback Ryan Steed and Missouri wide reciever Danario Alexander fight for position near the end zone.

Tigers celebrate win against Furman [Photo]

From right, Mizzou wide receiver Danario Alexander celebrates with teammate Jerrell Jackson after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday's game against the Furman Paladins at Memorial Stadium Sept. 19.

Local church hosts art camp in Douglass Park [Video]

Karis Community Church hosted an art camp for children called "Re-Create" on Sept. 19. The event, held in Douglass Park, taught children about art, music and poetry. The church also held a picnic for the surrounding community.

RB Football - Dancing in Parking Lot [Photo]

Rock Bridge junior Rob Cheable, 16, and junior Matt Kelly, 16, dance on top of an SUV prior to the start of Rock Bridge's Football Game on Friday night.
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