May 13, 2011
Business school graduate Brandon Mills, wearing tiger feet, converses among friends before the start of the Robert J. Trulaske College of Business graduation ceremony at the Hearnes Center on Friday. Mills received a degree in Marketing.
Business school graduate Deborah Wilson adjusts her tassel before the Robert J. Trulaske College of Business graduation ceremony at Hearnes Center on Friday.
MU business graduates put on their caps and gowns before the Robert J. Trulaske College of Business graduation ceremony at Hearnes Center on Friday. Graduates of the Master's Programs, the Department of Finance, the Department of Management, and the Department of Marketing were recognized at the ceremony.
Nancy White, left, watches intently as junior Renee Shivers, right, reads a poem to the class on Wednesday.
Nancy White, second to right, gives suggestions on a piece of writiing to juniors Ji Un Lee,third to right, Renee Shivers, right, and Brittany Holton, not pictured, during the American Literature and Writing class on Wednesday at Hickman High School.
All American Red Heads' player Cheryl Clark takes a shot while Brenda O'Bryan Books Koester, left, and Charlotte Adams look on in a game during the 1971-1972 season.
Pregnancy resource center credit analysis
As a teenager, Zach Smith was kicked out of his home after an argument with his parents. Despite battling almost constant struggles, Smith keeps two jobs and attends Moberly Area Community College.
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Pregnancy resource center credits for fiscal year 2010
House report on pregnancy resource centers
Hickman choir director Matt Felts discusses the joys and benefits of being a part of a high school choir.
Brochure provided by pregnancy resource center My Life
One of the Simmons Farm Raised Catfish ponds is buried inside the levee near Yazoo City, Miss. on Monday. It is hoped the levees will be high enough to protect the fish from the Mississippi River flood waters which could destroy the ponds' content and force a two-year rebuilding program.
On Monday, Harry Simmons, owner of several businesses including a catfish farm and processing plant north of Yazoo City, Miss., is reflected in his rear view mirror as he speaks of the cost for protecting a number of his catfish ponds and the processing plant. Residents, farmers and businesses race to secure their homes, businesses and properties as much as possible from what is expected to be historic flooding.
May 12, 2011
Rock Bridge varsity golfer Will Echelmeier practices chipping on Wednesday at the Country Club of Missouri. Echelmeier and teammate Austin Evans are the only two current members returning to the Rock Bridge varsity golf team next season.
Rock Bridge varsity golfer Austin Evans practices a chip shot on Wednesday at the Country Club of Missouri. Evans and teammate Will Echelmeier placed in the top 15 at the district golf tournament in Lebanon.
Susan Levacy holds 3-year-old Dexter Fox on the steps of Little Tykes Playschool as they wait for Dexter's mom Sara Fox to pick him up Thursday. Levacy is the owner, as well as the sole provider at Little Tykes Playschool, where she currently has about 10 children enrolled. "My grandmother did child care and that's how I got into it, but now I just can't stop because it keeps me so grounded," said Levacy, who has been a child care provider for 17 years.
Members of the 1937-1938 All American Redheads basketball team pose for a photo. They are, in the back row, from left to right, Lila Blue, Gladys Lommler, Kay Kirkpatrick and Peggy Lawson. In the front row, from left to right, are Helen Stephens and Ruth Osborn.
All American Redheads' player Cheryl Clark takes a shot while Brenda O'Bryan Books Koester, left, and Charlotte Adams look on in a game during the 1971-1972 season.