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"Kaeru" [Photo]

"Paper Moon" [Photo]

"Oops" [Photo]

"Petite Creature" [Photo]

Educational art [Photo]

Melissa Mudd's artwork can be seen at the Columbia Art League Gallery.

Examining education on display [Photo]

Amy Meyer, education director for the Columbia Art League, surveys the gallery at the Artists Behind the Artists exhibit at the Missouri Theatre.

Education on display [Photo]

Julie Chatman's work hangs in the Columbia Art League Gallery celebrating Mizzou's art education graduate program.

Slideshow: A source of spirit [Slideshow]

Slideshow: Missouri Valley College wrestler Amberlee Ebert finds strength in her father's voice.

Ready to kick [Photo]

MU place kicker Jeff Wolfert stretches before the start of practice at the John Kadlec Practice Field on Wednesday morning.

Virginia Huston [Photo]

Virginia Huston wipes away tears during a church service as part of the First Freewill Baptist Church of Pennytown reunion near Marshall on Sunday. The church and town were founded by freed slave Joe Penny in 1871.

Pennytown reunion [Photo]

Friends of the First Freewill Baptist Church of Pennytown attend the annual reunion near Marshall on Sunday. The church and town were founded by freed slave Joe Penny in 1871.

A test for lameness [Photo]

The sensors have a range of up to a quarter of a mile and will last about three to five years with daily use, or five hundred complete charges.

Testing for lameness [Photo]

Dr. Loni Taylor places one of three sensors on Goldie. The sensors are used to determine the lameness in a horse before the horse shows symptoms.

Doctor runs with horse [Photo]

Dr. Loni Taylor runs alongside American Thunder. Three sensors are placed on the horse's head, the right front foot and the dorsum of the pelvis. The sensors measure the head acceleration, the pelvic acceleration and the right front leg angular velocity. By reading these measurements veterinarians will be able to determine whether or not a horse is lame before it shows any signs.

Female wrestler after a workout [Photo]

Missouri Valley College wrestler Angelee Homma rips off her sweatshirt and T-shirt after a grueling workout before the weigh-in at the Women's College Freestyle Nationals at Oklahoma City University. Needing to lose weight before stepping on the scale, Homma is wearing plastic pants to tease out her body's fluids.

Female wrestlers indulge themselves after weigh-in [Photo]

After weighing in at the Women's College Freestyle Nationals at Oklahoma City University, Missouri Valley College wrestlers, from left, Britney Sevy, Shamaine Danner, Norine Cruz, Rachel Pike, Samantha Fee and Jennifer Germany finally get to indulge themselves with snacks and fluids.

Female wrestlers grapple for a win [Photo]

Missouri Valley College's Amberlee Ebert and Oklahoma City University's Ashley Sword struggle during the 67-kilogram final at the Women's College Freestyle Nationals at Oklahoma City University. Ebert won their final match of the season, when the two faced each other five times.

Female wrestlers unwind after a match [Photo]

From left, Missouri Valley College wrestlers Samantha Fee, Samantha Schuman, Emily Rinehart, Amberlee Ebert and Courtney Martell unwind after eating at a Vietnamese restaurant after a dual against Oklahoma City University. The team was excited about eating pho, a Vietnamese beef noodle soup, after a full day of wrestling.

Female wrestlers vie for a win [Photo]

Missouri Valley College's Amberlee Ebert tries to escape out of a hold of Oklahoma City University's Ashley Sword during their final match of the season. The two wrestlers faced five times during the season.

Female wrestlers weigh in [Photo]

Missouri Valley College wrestler Samantha Fee weighs in at the Women's College Freestyle Nationals on March 14, 2008, at Oklahoma City University while an official writes "59" (her weight in kilograms) on her arm. Fee was depleted after having to lose three pounds the morning before weigh-in.
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