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Dan Peek

Dan William Peek is the president of Grandparents and Others On Watch, a child advocacy organization dedicated to the prevention of the rape and sexual molestation.

Bruins beat Pioneers

Rock Bridge Bruins junior guard Matt Kelly goes up for a basket against the Kirkwood defense Sunday at Mizzou Arena. The Bruins won 69-49 against the Pioneers in the MFA Oil Break Time Shootout.

1000th Point

Rock Bridge Bruins senior guard Ricky Kreklow looks for a teammate to pass the ball to in a game against the Kirkwood Pioneers Sunday at Mizzou Arena. Kreklow scored his 1000th point in the game.

Tigers beat Cowboys

Missouri senior guard J.T. Tiller catches the ball on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010 in Mizzou Arena. The Tigers won 95-80 against the Cowboys, securing their 32nd home game victory in a row.

MU men's basketball player J.T. Tiller vs. Oklahoma State

Missouri senior guard J.T. Tiller scores on a layup Saturday in the Tigers' victory over Oklahoma State.

Columbia College women's basketball player Kristi Wilkerson

Columbia College senior Kristi Wilkerson stands with her grandmother Francis Bohannon, a 25-year breast cancer survivor, during the post-game Coaches vs. Cancer fundraising event.

Columbia College women's basketball player Amanda Phillips

Columbia College sophomore Amanda Phillips is fouled by William Woods sophomore Megan Aubuchon as she attempts a basket during Saturday's game. Columbia College beat William Woods 68-63.

Columbia College men's basketball player Aleksander Eric

Columbia College guard Aleksander Eric drives the ball against Woods forward Vern Watkins during Saturday's game in Columbia.

Columbia College men's basketball player Taylor Evans

Columbia College guard Taylor Evans takes a shot against William Woods forward Adam Otto. Columbia College won 74-56 on Saturday.

MU women's basketball player Amanda Hanneman vs. Kansas

Missouri senior forward Amanda Hanneman tries to take the ball through the Kansas defense Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball players Marissa Scott and Jessra Johnson

Missouri senior forwards Marissa Scott, right, and Jessra Johnson converge on Kansas freshman forward Carolyn Davis in Saturday's game at Mizzou Arena.

H1N1 vaccines

H1N1 vaccines were offered in two forms, a nasal spray (left) and a shot (right). The Boone County Health Department has given out 25,000 free vaccinations this season and visited every school in the county at least once.

H1N1 nurse

H1N1 shot

MU graduate student Rebecca Mowry (CQ) receives her H1N1 vaccination from nurse Jessie Baylor (CQ) Friday in Memorial Union. The Boone County Health Department, along with Healthy for Life: Atkins UM Wellness Program, gave free H1N1 vaccinations to MU students, employees and their families.

Tractor-trailers in Texas

Arizona trucker Jose Amador returns to his truck in blizzard conditions on Thursday in Amarillo, Texas.

Texas interstate

Texas Department of Transportation crews were busy on Thursday clearing Interstate 40 and roads across the Texas Panhandle. Heavy snow and freezing precipitation over parts of western Texas downed tree limbs and power lines as driving became treacherous.

Oklahoma winter storm

Lawton firemen block off part of a road to keep motorists from driving over downed power lines in Lawton, Okla., on Thursday.

Ready to go

Major K. Kendall Mathews, the regional coordinator of The Salvation Army, is preparing to go to Haiti. He said his work there would be important because "it's not just about temporal salvation but about eternal salvation, too."

MU's Hanneman

MU senior Amanda Hanneman drives to the basket against Oklahoma's Nyeshia Stevenson on Jan. 20, 1010, at Mizzou Arena.

MU basketball's Kim English

MU sophomore guard Kim English shoots against the Kansas defense Monday.
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