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Hickman boys basketball player Marcus Whitt vs. Popular Bluff

Hickman guard Marcus Whitt drives past Popular Bluff's Jordan Marler on Sunday in the Kewpies' loss.

Pinkel talks about Texas Bowl

Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel, left, and Mark Alnutt, an MU associate athletics director, speak to media Sunday after the Tigers accepted a bid to play in the Texas Bowl.

Going with a raw vegan diet

Dave Williams and Glenda Nickell choose to eat a diet of vegan, raw food. Besides the groceries they buy at least once a week, the couple also grows their own vegetables. The ones in the outdoor hoop house get a "haircut every other day" says Williams, which means that they pick their own spinach, leeks, radishes or beet greens.

Waiting at the market

Not even the cold can keep people away from waiting in line at the Columbia Farmers' Market on Saturday. Despite near-freezing temperatures, the market has extended its season into the December month.

Selling, despite the cold

Tammy and Greg Sellmeyer of Sellmeyer Farm showcase their dried fruit, jams and produce all while fighting near-freezing temperatures at the Columbia Farmers' Market on Saturday. Even with the cold, the market saw it's fair share of shoppers and everybody seemed to be in high spirits.

Browsing the wares

Judy Thimesch examines one of the church mice for sale at the St. Nicholas Bazaar on Saturday. Shoppers could also enter a raffle, eat a "country-style" breakfast in the parish hall, and browse books, crafts and decorative trinkets.

Popular mice

Shirley Farrah, left, views decorative church mice displayed by Kathy Digges at the St. Nicholas Bazaar on Saturday morning. The church mice's popularity had shoppers waiting in line to enter the foyer where the mice were sold. "Limit two until everyone gets through the line," Digges told customers as they browsed.

Jewelry for sale

Holiday ornaments decorate a tree while Nancy Davenport presides over her jewelry for sale at the United Methodist Church's holiday Bazaar on Saturday. Davenport has been involved with the jewelry trade for 10 years, and hasn't missed the church's holiday bazaar since.

Sophomore Marcus Denmon goes for a rebound

Missouri sophomore guard Marcus Denmon grabs the ball for a rebound against Oregon's Jeremy Jacob on Dec. 5 at Mizzou Arena. Denmon tied his career-high game total with 17 points toward Missouri's 106-69 victory.

Rock Bridge boys basketball player Dave Duffleck vs. Moberly

Rock Bridge forward Dave Duffleck avoids a block by Moberly's Brennan Hughes 44, during the Bruins' victory Saturday.

MU junior plays defense

MU junior guard Jarrett Sutton plays defense against Oregon guard Malcolm Armstead on Saturday night. The Tigers had a blowout game beating the Ducks 106-69.

Hickman girls basketball player Ashley Davis vs. Jefferson City

Hickman senior center Ashley Davis, top right, fights for possession of the ball against Jefferson City's Sadie Theroff.

Missouri basketball players cheer

Members of the MU men's basketball team cheer after a slam dunk during the fourth quarter against Oregon on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. MU won 106-69.

Rock Bridge girls basketball team huddles up

The Rock Bridge girls basketball team huddles around coach Jill Nagel in Saturday's game against Blue Springs.

Rock Bridge girls basketball player Lindsey Cunningham vs. Blue Springs

Rock Bridge's Lindsey Cunningham looks to pass in Saturday's game against Blue Springs.

MU basketball player Shakara Jones vs. Ball State

Missouri junior forward Shakara Jones gets some rough treatment form a Ball State defender in Saturday's game at Mizzou Arena.

MU women's basketball player RaeShara Brown vs. Ball State

Missouri junior RaeShara Brown drives to the basket against Ball State's Emily Maggert on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

All the way from Texas

Writing on a white van bearing Texas license plates shows support for Karen, Emily and Lauren Kahler in the parking lot of The Federated Church in Burlingame, Kan., during a memorial service for them Saturday. Before coming to Columbia, the Kahler family lived in Weatherford, Texas.

Moment of grief

Two women hug each other outside The Federated Church in Burlingame, Kan., following a memorial service held for Karen, Emily and Lauren Kahler on Saturday.

Mourning the Kahlers

Following the memorial service held for Karen, Emily and Lauren Kahler, two memorial service attendees console each other outside The Federated Church in Burlingame, Kan., on Saturday. The service was held just blocks away from the house where the three lost their lives one week earlier.
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