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Log jammed

Steve Schrader, driver of the overturned log truck, surveyed the damage at the intersection of U.S. 63 and Breedlove Drive. Schrader says he lost control of his truck after he heard a tire pop. He was not injured in the crash.

Inquiring minds at VBS

Landon Herd poses a question during a Scripture reading at Parkade Baptist Church's Vacation Bible School — Sun Rock Kids Camp.

Volunteers at VBS

Volunteer Luke Miedema, left, helps Zach Robertson, 8, work through an activity at The Quest Kids Club Vacation Bible School at The Crossing on June 11, 2009.

Giddy the Horse's VBS appearance

For creating the best graham cracker fortress, the Black Bats team was rewarded with Giddy the Horse at The Quest Kids Club Vacation Bible School at The Crossing on June 11, 2009.

Preparing for a contest

Katherine Dudley, 9, left, and volunteer Ashleigh Robertson practice a dance for an upcoming contest at the The Quest Kids Club Vacation Bible School at The Crossing on June 11, 2009.

Inside fun

Children at the Victory Christian Church Kidz Zone Vacation Bible School played with a parachute when a thunderstorm prevented them from going outside on June 10, 2009.

Silliness at VBS

Children's pastor Donna Palmeter, left, and volunteer Rita Jackson try to quiet the children before an activity during the Victory Christian Church Kidz Zone Vacation Bible School on June 10, 2009.

Shaving cream brings the laughs

Nick Collins, left, holds a balloon while Isaiah DeShon, center, and Ethan Line, right, laugh at spilling shaving cream on Jeremiah Rutherford's face.

VBS begins with singing

Ethan Line plays the drums during opening worship for the Victory Christian Church Kidz Zone Vacation Bible School on June 10, 2009.

Singing at Victory Christian Church Kidz Zone Vacation Bible School

Rita Jackson, left, and Donna Palmeter, in lab coat, lead opening worship at the Victory Christian Church Kidz Zone Vacation Bible School on June 10, 2009. The program ran four nights, and the children raised money for a Guatemalan orphanage.

Looking both ways

Cedar Albert stops traffic on Rangeline Road to allow Samantha Calvert, 10, to cross the street safely. Albert graduated from MU in 1964.

Hula hooper

Heather Hughes, 24, spins a hula hoop around on June 18, in the backyard of her Dresden, Mo., home.

Fancy footwork

Colette Nolin and her partner practice the fox trot at the Ballroom Academy of Columbia on Thursday. Nolin is competing in the Show-Me State Games dance competition this Saturday.

Demonstrating the fox trot

Instructors Amanda Buchana, left, and Jason Shearin demonstrate a fox trot move during a class at the Ballroom Academy of Columbia on Thursday.

Practicing the dance

Colette Nolin, right, practices during a dancing class at the Ballroom Academy of Columbia on Thursday. Nolin has been ballroom dancing for three years and will compete in the Show-Me State Games this Saturday.

Mourning Michael in Mexico

Mexican newspapers report the death of U.S. pop star Michael Jackson on their front pages in Mexico City on Friday. The 50-year-old pop star died Thursday, just as he was preparing for a series of 50 concerts starting July 13 at London's 02 arena.

The Jackson family star

The Hollywood star for the Jackson family on Vine Street in Hollywood is seen Thursday, the day pop icon Michael Jackson died. Jackson's individual star is on Hollywood Boulevard in front of the famous Grauman's Chinese theater; on Thursday, that star was covered up for the premiere of the movie "Bruno."

Candelight memorial in Pakistan

Christian boys — fans of Michael Jackson — take part in a candlelight memorial to commemorate him in Karachi, Pakistan on Friday. Jackson was due to make his triumphant return to the stage in London next month, but instead his sudden death has left millions of fans feeling they've lost a lifelong friend.

A shrine to Michael

A photograph of Michael Jackson hangs in the front window of the Motown Historical Museum as mourners gather at a shrine at the front steps for singer Michael Jackson on Friday in Detroit.

Mourning the loss of Michael Jackson

Tanisha Williams, 35, left, cries on the shoulder of her daughter Tiaunah Williams, 14, outside the boyhood home of pop star Michael Jackson on Friday in Gary, Ind.
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