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Festival goer investigates pumpkins [Photo]

Brynn Baker, 4, of Jefferson City inspects the base of a pile of pumpkins before climbing on top of it at the at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival. The pumpkins were for sale but were used also as a natural jungle gym by children.

Bands perform at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival [Photo]

Members of the Southern Boone High School marching band warm up in a field before they perform in the parade for the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 11.

Face painting at the pumpkin festival [Photo]

Mackenzie Wadly, 5, of High Point, gets her face painted by Kirsten Sapp of Ashland. Sapp was one of the many Ashland FFA students who sponsored the face-painting booth at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 11.

Edwards scuffles with Harvick [Photo]

NASCAR drivers Kevin Harvick, left, and Carl Edwards, right, scuffle in the garage area at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.

MU volleyball players Catie Wilson and Amanda Hantouli [Photo]

Sophomore Catie Wilson, left, and junior Amanda Hantouli both played high school volleyball in Nebraska before coming to play for the Tigers.

Hickman softball wins district title [Photo]

Hickman softball player Taylor Aniker hugs her teammate after the Kewpies won their district championship game against the Jefferson City Jays Friday.Hickman won the game 2-1 will play in the state sectionals Wednesdayin Columbia.

St. Louis hosts International Science Festival [Audio]

Over 10,000 visitors from across the world are expected to attend SciFest '08, also known as the International Science Festival. Beth McClure, the St. Louis Science Center's public relations manager, shares what's in store for visitors and how St. Louis came to host the festival. More information, such as festival times and presentation blurbs, can be found on the festival's website, http://scifeststl.org/. The festival continues throughout the weekend until Monday evening.

Stabbing victim transported to University Hospital [Photo]

A stabbing victim is escorted to a University Hospital ambulance in front of Hitt Street Mini Mart.

Paramedics help stabbing victim [Photo]

A stabbing victim receives care from emergency responders in front of Hitt Street Mini Mart. The man was stabbed in the alley behind the store at around 2 p.m. Friday.

Students take advantage of free breakfast [Photo]

Jazmin Williams, 8, picks up milk from a crate at one of Parkade Elementary's breakfast stations. She is one of many students who gets her breakfast from the free breakfast program the school began offering this school year.

Risky Business: alcohol and drug use [Graphic]

Risky Business: tobacco use [Graphic]

Wisdom of the prairie [Graphic]

Checking up on the prairie [Photo]

Retired MU ecology professor Clair Kucera poses with big bluestem, a grass native to Missouri, in Tucker Prairie on Aug. 11. Kucera said the plant is one of his favorites. "It's tall and dominant-looking," he said.

Canon Crew [Photo]

Members of the Cannon Crew, with Truman the Tiger, do pushups after an MU touchdown during the Nevada game on Sept. 13. Ten cadets rotate between cannon and pushup duties so no one gets too overworked, but high scores require lots of strength.

WINFIELD-MUG [Photo]

Betty Winfield, a member of the Missouri School of Journalism faculty since 1990, was the guest moderator for the weekly radio program “Global Journalist.” It airs at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays on KBIA/91.3 FM or at globaljournalist.org.

WINFIELD MUG [Photo]

Missourian reporter Joel Walsh interviews Joe Biden [Audio]

Public life reporter Joel Walsh talks about interviewing vice presidential candidate Joe Biden in Jefferson City on Thursday. Walsh had prepared for a 30-minute interview then learned that he would have just seven minutes with Biden. Walsh talks about focusing on the most important issues to Missouri and what Biden had to say about the Tigers.

Members lead prayer at service [Photo]

Shirley Studley and J.C. Bias lead a prayer during a Sunday morning service at Fayette’s Assembly of God Church. The struggling church, which averages an attendance of about 15, is receiving mentorship and financial support from Columbia’s First Assembly of God.

Embracing in prayer [Photo]

Kenny Fitzgerald, left, Shirley Studley and J.C. Bias embrace in prayer as the Rev. Richard Sullivan plays the piano and sings at a Sunday morning service at Fayette's Assembly of God Church.
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