September 30, 2010
The headstock of a guitar decorated as the trophy for the grand champion of the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ barbecue contest sits in the Thumper Entertainment office on Thursday.
First-place trophies for five barbecue categories sit in the Thumper Entertainment office on Thursday. The trophies were designed and constructed by artist Lisa Bartlett.
Rock Bridge senior Niki Collier hits the ball out of bounds against Helias Catholic on Thursday night at Rock Bridge.
The trophies for the reserve grand champion and grand champion are held up by barbecue contest coordinator Millie Rambis and assistant Branna Still outside of Thumper Entertainment on Thursday.
Lisa Bartlett, designer of the trophies for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ competition, holds a model similar to one of the trophies outside of Artlandish Gallery on Thursday. Bartlett has designed prizes for other Columbia events, including the True/False Film Festival. "We're kind of the trophy people now," Bartlett said.
Rock Bridge junior Nici Thaler reaches for a dig against Helias Catholic on Thursday at Rock Bridge. Thaler said she knew many of the Crusaders players, who were her past teammates on a club volleyball team in Jefferson City.
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Tim Reinbott holds prawn that were raised at the Bradford Research and Extension Center, one of the Agricultural Experiment Stations owned by the University of Missouri. The majority of the prawn, which have been growing since June, were harvested this week and sent to Campus Dining Services.
Columbia College senior Ola Shawky attempts a kill against William Woods defenders Nicole Mannino, center, and Lauren Fleming in Thursday's Cougars victory.
Columbia College volleyball coach Melinda Wrye-Washington talks to her team during a break in the second game of Thursday night's sweep of William Woods. The Cougars swept the Owls, but Wrye-Washington said her team could have played better in the match.
Melissa McMillin, 21, and Jeremy Gebhardt, 22, share cake after exchanging vows on the Today Show.
The couple, who found out in August that they won a contest to have their wedding planned by Today Show viewers, married Thursday.
Derek Roe, assistant public defender at the Columbia Public Defenders office on East Walnut, looks through files in his office on Thursday. Roe said that the cleanliness of his desk space is one of the first things to be sacrificed when he gets busy.
So far this season, the Missouri running backs have for 147.5 yards per game leading them to a 4-0 record. The Tigers have scored 12 rushing touchdowns. De’Vion Moore and Henry Josey have both rushed the ball every game, Moore totaling 46 yards per game and Josey totaling 53 yards per game.
While the violent crime in Columbia increased from 2008 to 2009, property crime decreased, including burglaries, motor vehicle thefts and larcenies. In all three cases, there were more incidents reported per capita in Missouri than in the United States.
Murders, forcible rapes, robberies and aggravated assaults are all considered violent crimes. In Columbia, the number of violent crimes reported increased this past year but is still lower per capita when compared to the United States and Missouri.
2010 property inspection scores for the Columbia Housing Authority, or CHA, were up by as much as 135 percent from the previous year. CHA has since been recognized as a “high performer” by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. CHA divides its properties into four asset management projects, which are assessed and scored by the Real Estate Assessment Center, or REAC.
Red and Moe, a new restaurant next to The Blue Note, uses peaches as a pizza topping on a pizza with goat cheese and a balsamic syrup on Friday.
Trey Quinlan, Chef-Manager at Red and Moe—a new restaurant next to The Blue Note on Ninth Street, stands beside Sarah Riely, baker, after he tried the pizza he made for himself Friday. Quinlan's pizza was topped with free range chicken, roasted peppers, jack cheese and bleu cheese.
Tomatoes used for tomato salads rest on a rack at Red and Moe, a restaurant that opened Sept. 15 next to the Blue Note on Ninth Street on Friday.