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Betty Winfield, a member of the Missouri School of Journalism faculty since 1990, was the guest moderator for the weekly radio program “Global Journalist.” It airs at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays on KBIA/91.3 FM or at globaljournalist.org.

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Members lead prayer at service

Shirley Studley and J.C. Bias lead a prayer during a Sunday morning service at Fayette’s Assembly of God Church. The struggling church, which averages an attendance of about 15, is receiving mentorship and financial support from Columbia’s First Assembly of God.

Embracing in prayer

Kenny Fitzgerald, left, Shirley Studley and J.C. Bias embrace in prayer as the Rev. Richard Sullivan plays the piano and sings at a Sunday morning service at Fayette's Assembly of God Church.

New pastor leads service

Rev. Richard Sullivan directs service at Fayette's Assembly of God Church. Sullivan became pastor of the church two months ago.

A silent moment of prayer

Shirley Studley, right, and others move to the front of the Fayette Assembly of God Church at the end of service for a silent moment of prayer.

Students ride scooters to economize

On Thursday, bikes and scooters were overflowing from the racks throughout the MU campus. These days, MU students are economizing by walking, riding bikes and riding scooters to class instead of driving.

MU students ride bikes to save money

On Thursday, bikes and scooters were overflowing on the racks throughout the MU campus. MU students are economizing by walking, riding bike and riding scooters to class instead of driving.

Students ride bikes to economize

Geoff Stumbaugh, a staff member at the MU library, locks his bike to the rack in Lowry Mall on Thursday. As many are economizing by riding bikes and scooters, many racks throughout the MU campus are being filled to capacity.

Hickman pitcher Taylor Cowan

Hickman pitcher Taylor Cowan winds up against Rock Bridge on Thursday in the Class 4, District 10 tournament in Jefferson City.

Western fox snake removed from Missouri's endangered species list

A Western fox snake rests on a gravel road after eating its prey at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge in Mound City.

Bald eagle removed from Missouri's endangered species list

After DDT was banned in 1972 and eaglets were brought to Missouri from states with large populations, the bald eagle has bounced back.

Meeting Missouri leaders

Joe Biden, Democratic candidate for vice president, talks to Missouri Rep. Ike Skelton, left, and Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, after his speech in Jefferson City.

Barn owl removed from Missouri's endangered species list

The barn owl has seen an increase in the number of nests reported by citizens and researchers from 11 between 1986 and 1992 to 90 by this year.

Supporting Barack Obama

A crowd listens to Joe Biden speak in Jefferson City on Thursday night in front of a campaign sign for Barack Obama, Democratic candidate for president.

Audience listens to Biden

The audience packed Memorial Park in Jefferson City on Thursday night to listen to Joe Biden, Democratic candidate for vice president.

'Say it to my face'

"In my neighborhood, if you want to say something about me, say it to my face, " Joe Biden said in a rally in Jefferson City on Thursday night. He was criticizing John McCain, Republican candidate for president, and his behavior at a recent presidential debate when he "wouldn't look Obama in the eye."

Crossing guard Ralph Bowers blows out candles on a cake at Russell Boulevard Elementary's 50th anniversary celebration

Crossing guard Ralph Bowers blows out candles during Russell Elementary School's 50th anniversary celebration on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2008.

Biden talks at Jefferson City rally

Joe Biden, Democratic vice presidential candidate, talks in front of a full house Thursday night in Jefferson City. The senator from Delaware spoke at the Change We Need rally in Memorial Park.

Former Russell Boulevard Elementary students reflect on their time at the school

Former students Becky Jacob, center, and Ken Harl Pestle, right, recall their time at Russell Elementary School. They were looking at pictures with Carolyn Jacob, Becky Jacob's mother, during the school's 50th anniversary celebration on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2008.
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