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Moustakas celebrates with Royals

Kansas City Royals' Mike Moustakas, right, celebrates with Salvador Perez and other players after hitting an inside-the-park home run in the eighth inning Thursday against the Cleveland Indians.

Two cars hit another at about the same time during the Figure Eight Race Event

Two competitors rear-end Team Dummy's car 18.9, which is driven by Jason Giesing. "It takes pretty good concentration, you try to play nice out there generally," Giesing said.

Nathan Dummermuth does a quick fix after an early heat

Nathan Dummermuth pries the fender away from his wheel after the first heat. "I'm trying to get this unstuck so I get driving," Dummermuth said.

Jason Giesing secures the hood of his car

Jason Giesing latches the hood back to the frame of his car during the event. "It's great, there's an adrenaline rush, you almost need it," Giesing said.


Car 15 hits Car 20.8 during the race

A challenger hits Team Dummy's car 20.8, which is driven by Nathan Dummermuth.

Gary Doolittle competes in the Figure Eight Racing Event

Gary Doolittle of Russellville, driver of car 14, kicks up mud during the event. "I've got more experience, and I get the job done," Doolittle said.

Trestman addresses media

Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery, left, talks to the media as head coach Marc Trestman listens at a news conference Wednesday during the team's training camp at Olivet Nazarene University.

Jamaal Charles at training camp

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles signs autographs after a training camp practice Thursday on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph.

Aldon Smith expects to hear from NFL soon

San Francisco 49ers' Aldon Smith talks to reporters during an NFL football training camp on Thursday in Santa Clara, Calif. Smith, who was sentenced to three years probation earlier this week following guilty pleas on DUI and weapons charges, said he plans to meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell as soon as possible to discuss potential punishments from the league.

Peyton Manning fields questions

Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning talks to the media following the first day of NFL football training camp on Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Englewood, Colo.

Spurrier talks to media at SEC media days

South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier speaks to media at the Southeastern Conference media days on July 15.

Sam Wesselmann's goat wears camouflage

Athena, a dairy goat owned by Sam Wesselmann, wears a camouflage hat. Wesselmann and his goats have worn military garb at the show for the past three years. "It's kind of a tradition," Wesselmann said.

Alyssa Wesselmann fits her sister's goat with a pirate hat

Alyssa Wesselmann fits her younger sister's goat, Diamond, with a pirate hat. Wesselmann has been out of 4-H for the past three years, but she has participated in the dairy goat project for a total of six years. "A lot of Alpine goats here are descendants of goats I've sold," Wesselmann said.

Players prepare for a round of "musical chairs with goats"

Members of the 4-H Dairy Goat Project relax with their goats before playing what they call "musical chairs with goats." The game is more difficult than traditional musical chairs because players lead their goats to open chairs once the music stops.

A goat named Bonnie is dressed like a unicorn

Isabella Wesselmann tries to calm her goat, Bonnie, after fastening on the goat's unicorn horn and mane of ribbons. Throughout the event, Bonnie attempted to eat the mane.

Harrison sisters prepare goat for show

Sisters Ashlena and Alicen Harrison give one of their goats a quick shave before participating in the Dairy Goat Fun Show.

Nibali breaks away in 18th stage

Stage winner Vincenzo Nibali of Italy climbs towards Hautacam after breaking away from his rivals Thursday during the 18th stage of the Tour de France.

Construction begins on new Boone County Hospital Campus

The $20 million, 125,000 square foot medical plaza will be completed in 2015.

Scientists resume excavation of ancient animals in Wyoming cave after 30 years

Bryan McKenzie, a cave specialist with the Bureau of Land Management, rappels into Natural Trap Cave in north-central Wyoming during a cleanup expedition. The cave holds the remains of tens of thousands of animals, including many now-extinct species, from the late Pleistocene period, which ended more than ten thousand years ago. Starting July 28, scientists plan to venture back into the cave and resume digging for the first time in more than 30 years.

Student studies biology before final exams

MU student John Prosperi, a business major, studies biology in December 2012 in Ellis Library. Exams can be emotionally and physically exhausting, especially when you have three or more in one day, but strategies such as starting to study early can help you prepare.
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