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Pickleball: A tough shot to handle

Skip Deming is quick to return a shot during a Pickleball game at New Haven Elementary on Dec. 11. "It's the fastest growing game in America," Deming said.

Pickleball: Teamates

Carole Kennedy watches her teammate, Carolyn Hairston, return a shot during a Pickleball game at New Haven Elementary School on Dec. 11.

Holiday traditions

MU men's basketball wins big

MU forward Justin Safford, center, celebrates on the bench with DeMarre Carroll, left, and J.T. Tiller during the second half Saturday. Safford scored 10 points.

Rock Bridge alums stretch after AIDS walk

Lauren Meyer, left, and Marlena Sdewczyk relax and stretch after finishing 20 miles of walking through the halls of Rock Bridge High School on Saturday. Meyer and Sdewczyk are Rock Bridge alums, but came back to help raise money for YouthAIDS.

Students raise more than $14,000 for AIDS program

Students walk the hallways of Rock Bridge High School during the second annual fundraiser for YouthAIDS. More than 40 high school and college students raised more than $14,000 to support the YouthAIDS program.

Walking to stop AIDS

More than 40 high school and college students gather in a classroom for a break. All of them walked 20 miles to raise money for YouthAIDS at Rock Bridge High School on Saturday.

Former students return to alma mater to help YouthAIDS

From left, Daniel Burke-Aguerro, Maggie Kaurffman, Will Schauwacker and Ryan Bocklage finish up on mile 20 of their walk through the halls of Rock Bridge High School on Saturday. The four are attending separate colleges across the country, but came back to the school from which they graduated in spring 2008 to help raise money for the YouthAIDS program.

A sign of the day

Erica Wright waits for her name to be called during the MU College of Arts and Science commencement ceremony Saturday.

Go for it

Lauren Williams shows her support for her friend Kyla Winn as Winn walked across the stage during the MU College of Arts and Science commencement ceremony on Saturday. Winn graduated with a bachelor's degree in biological sciences.

The long view

The crowd settles in as the College of Arts and Science's commencement ceremony begins Saturday.

Ready to go

Charlie Richey chats with friends in Hearnes Center Fieldhouse before the start of the MU College of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony on Saturday.

Advice from the chancellor

MU Chancellor Brady Deaton speaks to the crowd of graduates during the MU College of Arts and Science commencement ceremony Saturday at the Hearnes Center.

M-I-Z-Z-O-U

Tommy Saunders leads the crowd in an M-I-Z Z-O-U chant at the end of the MU College of Arts and Science commencement ceremony Saturday at Hearnes Center. Saunders, a wide receiver for the football team, graduated with a bachelor's degree in general studies.

I made it

Becca Allgire, center, is congratulated by a friend following the MU College of Arts and Science commencement ceremony Saturday at the Hearnes Center. Allgire received degrees in Spanish and sociology.

Defendant found guilty

Clarence Arthur Tremaine testifies describing how he uses his computer during his jury trial Friday at the Boone County Courthouse. Tremaine, 33, was found guilty of possession and promotion of child pornography.

Defending attorney explains evidence

Tony Manansala, a public defender, gives his closing argument to the jury Friday during the trial of Clarence Arthur Tremaine, who was charged with possession of child pornography at the Boone County Courthouse.

Prosecutor explains charges

Prosecutor Merilee Crockett gives her closing argument to the jury on Friday in the trial for Clarence Arthur Tremaine, who was charged with possession of child pornography. The items are computer screen shots.

Anderson testifies

Andy Anderson, coordinator of the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force, describes his findings during the jury trial on Friday at the Boone County Courthouse for Clarence Arthur Tremaine, who has been charged with possession of child pornography.

Keller Ryan

Keller Ryan is a junior at Hickman High School who is in his fourth year of Latin. Ryan said taking Latin has benefited him in other classes by teaching him to think at a higher level.

“It has helped me in English, but I think it has also helped me in history; for example, when we study Rome. The translating of Latin has indirectly helped me learn how to think outside the box,” Ryan said.
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