November 20, 2010
From left, Liz Kennedy and Lisa White discuss which baked goods White should take from the sale at the Boone County Historical Society Museum on Saturday. Kennedy has been on the Board of Directors for the museum for four years and is also a researcher for the society.
Chocolate chip cookies, lemon tea cake and numerous other baked goods were part of the Boone County Historical Society museum's fundraiser on Saturday. The society was raising money to cover costs because of a budget shortage. There were also crafts, jewelry and other goods also for sale.
From left, Erma Pauley and Ann Sullivan discuss Sullivan's jewelry at the Boone County Historical Society Museum fundraiser on Saturday. In addition to making jewelry, Sullivan also is a paraprofessional educator, or teaching assistant, who helps at Rock Bridge HIgh School.
General manager Tobias Epstein cuts a pie while Branna Still pulls another pizza from the oven during lunch rush at Shakespeare's Pizza on Broadway on Saturday. Shakespeare's Pizza is one of four eateries in "Good Morning America's" contest to find America's "Favorite College Grub."
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November 19, 2010
Connor Lake combs Pierce Scribner's hair as Sara Barfknecht keeps them company backstage before the West Junior High School performance of "The Man Who Came to Dinner" on Friday.
Zach Stone shows his confidence as fellow West Junior High School classmates fix his hair before the Friday night performance of "The Man Who Came to Dinner."
Clockwise from left: Emily Gibbs, Kristen Tarr and Sara Barfknecht curl Lisa Simms's hair before the West Junior High School performance of "The Man Who Came to Dinner" on Friday.
The cooling tower and Callaway Nuclear Plant, located near Fulton, releases pressurized water waste on Friday. The tower at Callaway is 553 feet tall. Governor Jay Nixon and state-wide utilities are pushing for legislation that would help cover the costs of an early site permit for a possible new plant.
Former MU basketball player Willie Smith, along with his wife and daughter, opened Miss Lou's restaurant today.
City officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, to celebrate the opening of Mexico Gravel Road in northeast Columbia. The project, which began last spring, cost $4.4 million and included building new sidewalks and bike lanes as well as improving the existing road. The funding came from a 1/4-cent sales tax that voters approved in 2005.
Associate MU men’s basketball coach Melvin Watkins walks by the front entrance to former MU basketball player Willie Smith’s restaurant, Miss Lous', on its first day of business Friday. Smith runs the restaurant with his wife and daughter, and several current and former associates of the MU basketball program dropped by the restaurant to support Smith.
Former MU men’s basketball coach Norm Stewart laughs with his former player Willie Smith at Smith’s restaurant, Miss Lous', on its first day of business Friday. Smith runs the restaurant with his wife and daughter, serving comfort foods like fried chicken and mashed potatoes, and he had several current and former associates of the MU basketball program visit it on its first day.
Former MU basketball player Derrick Chievous feeds his son Aven peach cobbler Friday at Miss Lous', a restaurant owned and operated by the family of former MU basketball player Willie Smith. While Chievous and Smith never played at MU at the same time, the two are close friends. "Family, friends; that's what makes you whole," said Smith regarding the family friends that came to support him on the restaurant's first day of business.
On Friday, Gov. Jay Nixon announced that he was supporting legislation to help the construction of a second nuclear power plant in Missouri. This map shows the location of the existing power plant in Callaway County.
Harry Potter fans came out to the premiere for the beginning of the end of the series at Hollywood Stadium 14. Fans came dressed up as characters from “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1” and previous films.
Missouri co-offensive line coach Josh Henson says playing without sleeves is "just the way it works" on the offensive line.