July 22, 2012
Pat Carl and her grandson, Aidan Liu, competed in the Show-Me State Games Parent-Child division of the golf competition Sunday. They won in their division.
Columbia Missouri Ultimate Frisbee team competes in the Show-Me State Games Ultimate Frisbee playoffs on Sunday.
Jim Thaxter calls a contra dance Friday. Contra dance is a type of dance similar to square dancing. Thaxter said it is a great way to interact with other people who love to dance.
July 21, 2012
Woodlandville United Methodist Church hosted its second-annual wheat threshing event to show visitors farming techniques dating to the 1930s.
Dancing partners compete in the ballroom dancing competition at the Show-Me State Games on Saturday at Ballroom Academy of Columbia.
These photos of 1950s advertisements, provided by the Missouri State Historical Society, offer a glimpse into Columbia summers of the past.
Twins Kerri and Jake Justice take part in the youth wrestling competition at the Show-Me State Games.
Women warm up and prepare to compete in the Power Lift competition at the Show-Me State Games on Saturday.
Andy Tellman's band have fun performing in Jefferson City. They will be playing at the Boone County Fair on Friday.
Supporters formed "a sea of red" to honor the memory of Spc. Sterling Wyatt during his funeral at First Baptist Church of Columbia and procession along Broadway on Saturday.
July 20, 2012
The Show-Me State Games began with an Opening Ceremony held at the Hearnes Center on Friday.
Aaron Skinner and Cody Kennedy play a men's tennis match at the Show-Me State Games on Friday.
The Columbia Cardinals played the Florissant Mustangs on Friday at the Show-Me State Games.
Boone County Fair Grounds is set up to welcome fair goers Thurday, July 19, north of Columbia.
The West Broadway Swim Club hosted "Arctic Friday" where they passed out 10-pound blocks of ice to swimmers and made snow cones to help Columbia beat the heat.
July 19, 2012
Kenley Conyers, 6, was named Little Miss Boone County Fair in the contest last year. This year she won't participate in the contest but will be involved in other activities, including the downtown parade.
Several community members watched the Sterling Wyatt motorcade pass the First Baptist Church.
Readers shared photos taken during the procession honoring Spc. Sterling Wyatt, as his body returned to Columbia.
July 18, 2012
High school students from all over North America came to MU to spend a week learning about different types of engineering. The students do hands-on activities to learn and apply the principles of engineering, including designing and launching rockets propelled by water pressure.