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Jarrod Borland cools down bull [Photo]

Jarrod Borland of Hallsville sprays down Whiskers, a bull that his daughter Allie, 11, showed Wednesday at the Boone County Fair.

Fans watch demolition derby [Photo]

Fans watch the demolition derby at the 2014 Boone County Fair on Wednesday at the Central Missouri Events Center.

Sun sets behind rides at Boone County Fair [Photo]

The sun sets behind rides at the 2014 Boone County Fair at the Central Missouri Events Center on Wednesday.

Carpenter tagged out [Photo]

Cardinals' Matt Carpenter is tagged out at home by Tampa Bay Rays catcher Jose Molina during the sixth inning of Wednesday's game in St. Louis.

Construction workers make improvements to Broadway overpass [Photo]

Construction workers update the Broadway overpass above U.S. 63 on Monday in Columbia. If passed, Amendment 7, a three-quarter cent sales tax increase, would provide Boone County with about $70 million for construction projects, including improvements to Stadium Boulevard, the I-70/U.S. 63 interchange and the Columbia Regional Airport.

Love's destination uncertain [Photo]

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love, entering the final year of his contract, is a hot commodity in trade talks. The Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be focused on trying to pair love with superstar LeBron James, while the Chicago Bulls might also be a suitor.

Construction workers upgrade Broadway overpass [Photo]

Construction workers from the Missouri Department of Transportation work on the Broadway overpass above U.S. 63 on Monday in Columbia. MoDOT would receive an estimated $540 million per year from Amendment 7, a three-quarter cent sales tax increase.

Moustakas safe at home [Photo]

Kansas City's Mike Moustakas knocks the ball out of the glove of Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers allowing Moustakas to score the winning run during the ninth inning of Wednesday's game in Chicago.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dark Knight visits Columbia [Gallery]

Barnes & Noble at the Columbia Mall, and other businesses, held a special daylong event in honor of Batman Day. DC Comics declared Wednesday "Batman Day" in honor of the caped crusader's 75th anniversary.

Lindsay Oncken fastens her daughter's mask [Photo]

Emma Oncken, 3, holds her mask up as her mother, Lindsay Oncken, fastens the string around her head. Kids crafted Batman masks and took a group photo with Batman afterward.

Audrey Oncken crafts a Batman mask [Photo]

Audrey Oncken, 6, cuts out a Batman mask during the crafting portion of the day's events. Oncken has seen just about every Batman cartoon on Netflix, said her mother, Lindsay Oncken.

Campbell Stevens shows off his batsuit [Photo]

Campbell Stevens, 4, adjusts his Batman mask.

"Batman" sits with children at story time [Photo]

Jack Korte, 4, sits excitedly with assistant manager Henry Moormann dressed as Batman. Lisa LoPorto, left, led story time as the first activity of the day.

Majka takes stage [Photo]

Poland's Rafal Majka crosses the finish line to win the start of the seventeenth stage of the Tour de France cycling race Wednesday over 77.4 miles with start in Saint-Gaudens and finish in Saint-Lary, France.

Bowlen battles Alzheimer's [Photo]

Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, shown in 2013, is giving up control of the team as he battles Alzheimer's disease. The team announced Wednesday that the 70-year-old Bowlen will no longer be a part of the team's daily operations.

MAP: Missouri 4th Congressional District [Graphic]

In Missouri’s 4th Congressional District primaries on Aug. 5, incumbent Vicky Hartzler is running against John Webb for the GOP nomination and Randy Langkraehr is running against Herschel Young for the Libertarian nomination. Democrat Nate Irvin is running unopposed.

PHOTO GALLERY: Musicians, composers prepare for the Mizzou International Composers Festival [Gallery]

The Mizzou International Composers Festival is starting in Columbia this week. The festival brings in eight resident composers who write music the ensemble Alarm Will Sound performs. The musicians and composers spent last week rehearsing and preparing at the country home of Jeanne Sinquefield, patron of the Mizzou New Music Initiative.

Jeanne Sinquefield's dog plays on the patio [Photo]

Jeanne Sinquefield’s dog Harry lies in a patch of plants on the patio of her lake house Friday. Sinquefield is patron of the Mizzou New Music Initiative and has hosted composers for the Mizzou International Composers Festival for the last five years.

Sheet music is spread over instruments [Photo]

Pieces of sheet music and notes lie scattered among mallets and instruments during an Alarm Will Sound rehearsal in Jeanne Sinquefield’s guest home.

Michael Clayville plays the trombone [Photo]

Michael Clayville plays the trombone for Alarm Will Sound during a rehearsal as part of the Mizzou International Composers Festival on Friday. The ensemble plays music written by the eight resident composers.
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