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The power of control [Photo]

Ondi Timoner’s “Join Us” is screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival this week.

Dogs, or any animal, can be therapeutic [Photo]

Mary Lawrence

Crafting a legacy [Photo]

Blenda and Donald Marquardt, owners of Village Pewter, sit in front of their handmade pewter items. Village Pewter products are made with many of the same techniques used in the 1800s, and the couple collects casting molds from that era.

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Donald and Blenda Marquardt create items for the home out of a material called pewter. Many of their items are custom made for people, but the majority of them are sold at different art shows across the country. This chess set is one of the more intricate items that they sell.

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Donald and Blenda Marquardt create items for the home out of a material called pewter. Many of their items are custom made for people, but the majority of them are sold at different art shows across the country. Wine glasses are their best selling item because of the pewter's ability to keep the wine at a cool temperature for a long period of time.

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Carolyn Linton makes furniture from the remains of old barns. From tables to lanterns, Linton says she has always enjoyed making furniture.

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Linton puts pewter medallionson each piece she creates to show the date the original barn was built.

Rainy-day warriors [Photo]

Heavy rainfall in Columbia caused flooding in the MKT tunnel that passes under Stadium Boulevard. Steve Hofmann had to slow down to pass.

Man leaves jail but maintains claim to land [Photo]

The Rev. Raymond Warren was released from jail after 2 months in contempt of court.

It’s like listening to history on KOPN’s reformatted old broadcasts [Photo]

Jennifer Kimball, director of the Reel-to-Reel project, stands by a wall of old tapes.

Fishing in the rain [Photo]

The fish bite better when it drizzles, Keith Pryor said. This is his second catch of the day Thursday; the first was a catfish that he plans to clean and cook. After three hours in the rain at Stephens Lake Park, his shirt is soaked through.

Finding uses for aerial photos [Photo]

An infrared photograph of the MU athletic facility was taken along with other photographs of Columbia. Red areas show vegetation that contains high amounts of chlorophyll.

Officers of the court [Photo]

Caleb Forbis is one of 10 court marshals working at the Boone County Courthouse where judges currently outnumber those who are employed to keep order. It’s quiet on Ttuesday morning, but things can get wild, such as when they find a set of brass knuckles.

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The security check point bustles with people around 8 am on Tuesday morning while Court Marshals Harold Calvin, left, and Caleb Forbis monitor the x-ray machine and stop anyone that sets off the metal detector. The deputies rotate their positions between the courtrooms and the security check point throughout the day.

No break for this dance [Photo]

Nick Rodriguez founder of the dance group Poetry in Motion performs some heady moves at the Twilight Festival on Thursday night.

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David Hildebrand takes his turn dancing while group members Nick Rodriguez, center, and Taylor Zakrewski take a rest.

Man suspected in child pornography case arrested [Photo]

Richard Tillerson

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The fish bite better when it drizzles, Keith Pryor said. This is his second catch of the day Thursday; the first was a catfish that he plans to clean and cook. After three hours in the rain at Stephens Lake Park, his shirt was soaked through.

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An armadillo eats a meal at the St. Louis Zoo, Thursday, June 28, 2007, in St. Louis. The food was prepared in the St. Louis Zoo's new $5.3 million state-of-the-art Orthwein Animal Nutrition Center where as much as 3,000 pounds of food is prepared each day for animals in the zoo.

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Alice Seyfried feeds two ferrets with food prepared in the St. Louis Zoo's new $5.3 million state-of-the-art Orthwein Animal Nutrition Center, Thursday, June 28, 2007, in St. Louis. In the center, visitors can watch food preparation work being done through large glass windows as workers prepare about 3,000 pounds of food each day.
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