July 23, 2010
Boone County Sherrif's deputies photograph blood on the ground at the Boone County Fairgrounds on Friday. One person was injured and transported to a local hospital.
Rangemaster Jason Snell, lower left, conducts a time trial during the indoor silhouette pistol competition Friday at the Show-Me State Games. Before each heat, competitors are given a practice period of the same time duration to warm up their draw and reloading motions.
The flash and bang of muzzle blast filled the air with gun smoke Friday in the indoor silhouette pistol competition in the Show-Me State Games.
Alexandra Griffeth, right, waits for the results to come in along with her fellow competitors Friday at the indoor pistol silhouette competition at the Show-Me State Games. Griffeth, a current member of the USA Shooting Team, began shooting six years ago in college but says, "I'm still learning."
Boone County Sheriff's deputies and fire rescue tend to a victim's injuries Friday night at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Sheriff's deputies said they were responding to a shots fired report on the grounds. The victim was transported to a local hospital.
Kyle Teeter pitched for the Columbia Blaze on Friday in the Show-Me State Games baseball tournament in Moberly.
Columbia Blaze first baseman Tyler Hull prepares to make the catch to force out Dan Barger of the St.Louis Irish on Friday in the Show-Me State Games baseball tournament in Moberly.
Marshall Willingham, the catcher for the Columbia Blaze, walks away after a close play at the plate scored the winning run for the St. Louis Irish in an age 14-and-under game Friday in the Show-Me State Games baseball tournament in Moberly. The Blaze, an age 13-and-under team, are playing up a division in this weekend's event.
Michele Love, Rynda Nichols, Lily Williams and Amy Wilsdorf await the announcement of the 2010 Boone County Fair Queen Runners-Up. Six young women competed in the event Wednesday night.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is on a trip to Iraq and Afghanistan this week. From left: Nixon; South Dakota Gov. Michael Rounds; Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas; Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty; Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and General McKinley, Chief of the National Guard Bureau, during visit to Al Faw Palace in Baghdad on Wednesday, July 21.
Josh Smalley logs onto a computer during the High School Teachers Workshop at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at MU on Tuesday, July 20. RJI hosts journalism gatherings of many kinds and is now teaming up with the advertising industry to launch the Institute for Advertising Ethics.
July 22, 2010
Ashton Kidd, Little Mister Boone County 2010 winner, waves to the crowd at the conclusion of the Little Mister and Miss Boone County pageant Thursday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Kidd was one of five boys who competed in the pageant. Tanner Lanes is pictured on the right.
Cierra UrQuieta, winner of the Little Miss Boone County pageant, is presented with the winning sash and tiara by last year’s winner at the Little Mister and Miss Boone County pageant on Thursday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
Cierra UrQuieta, left, nestles noses with her mother, Yvonne UrQuieta, while they wait for the Little Mister and Miss Boone County pageant to start Thursday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
As each participant introduces herself, Juliana Clemens, left, and Cecilia Consiglio play with their pinwheels to keep occupied at the Little Mister and Miss Boone County contest on Thursday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. There were 20 contestants and two rounds of judging.
With her hair blowing in the wind, Katelyn Bell smiles with glee while riding the musical chairs ride Thursday at the Boone County Fair.
While turned around in her seat, Jaden Holley reaches her arm out to the wave of Sabrina Davis as they ride the musical chairs Thursday at the Boone County Fair.
Josh Russel looks at his mother longingly as he waits for his dinosaur ride to begin Thursday at the Boone County Fair.
Lance Petersen, middle, looks at his parents while riding the cars Thursday at the Boone County Fair. Petersen’s parents, Dylan and Amanda watched and took pictures of their son as he rode solo in a revolving car.
Jackie Cole danced with the Mulekicker Cloggers from Fulton on Thursday at the Boone County Fair. A dedicated clogger, Cole returned to dancing almost immediately after two bouts of cancer in 2002 and 2006. "I'm either dumb or dedicated," she joked. "I haven't figured out which yet."