February 24, 2008
Rock Bridge High guard Sam Thompson stands up as he encourages his team during its game against Jefferson City High, on Sunday at Rock Bridge High School. The Bruins won the Class 5, District 10, championship and advanced to state sectional round.
Rock Bridge High Guard Sam Thompson stands up as he encourages his team during its game against Jefferson City on Sunday afternoon at Rock Bridge High School.
Rock Bridge High guard Sam Thompson talks to one of his teamates at the end of the game against Jefferson City. The Bruins beat the Jays to win the Class 5, District 10, boys basketball title
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Rock Bridge GUARDRicky Kreklow scores on Jefferson City guard Greg Williams on Sunday afternoon.
Producers Scott Rudin, front, Ethan Coen, left, and Joel Coen, center rear, accept the Oscar for best motion picture of the year for the film "No Country for Old Men" at the 80th Academy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles. At back right is presenter Denzel Washington.
Oscar host Jon Stewart opens the 80th Academy Awards, which was telecast Sunday in Los Angeles.
British actor Daniel Day-Lewis accepts the Oscar for best actor for his work in "There Will Be Blood."
French actress Marion Cotillard accepts the Oscar for best actress for her work in "La Vie en Rose."
February 23, 2008
Wood artist Jeff Ferguson talks about the bowls he likes to make and why he loves woodturning. Take an inside look into part of the process of woodturning a bowl.
Take a look at a day with wood artist Jeff Ferguson and his friend Tom Stauder.
Jeff Ferguson rough cuts a single piece of ginko wood. Spinning hundreds of rotations per minute on his lathe, it is the outline of what will be a salad bowl.
Examples of vases and wine stoppers Ferguson turned sit on the mantle in his living room. Some are dyed; others have a natural luster.
A fellow turner, Tom Stauder, left, watches Jeff Ferguson cut through logs to begin the process of turning a bowl.
A portrait of former U.S. President Harry S. Truman sits on display at the Missouri Masonic Museum and Library. President Truman is featured in the "Leadership" gallery, which also focuses on how democratic methods guide lodges. Also shown is a reflection of Truman's Grand Master's Jewel; Truman is a past Grand Master of Missouri.
Items sit on display in the "Living Well" gallery at the Missouri Masonic Museum and Library in Columbia. The "Living Well" gallery is one of five themed galleries at the new museum and focuses on American writer Laura Ingalls Wilder and how music and education are valued in Masonry.
The main rotunda at the Missouri Masonic Museum and Library in Columbia. The museum features five themed galleries, with each gallery representing a leader or a particular quality emphasized in Masonry.
The Grand Master's Jewel and gavel of former President Harry S. Truman sit on display at the Missouri Masonic Museum and Library in Columbia. Truman was a former Grand Master of Missouri from 1940-1941. The gavel was given to the Grand Lodge in 1949.