November 15, 2007
Drummer Ricky McKinney lost his eyesight to glaucoma when he was in his early 20s.
Lead guitar player and backup singer Joey Williams entertains the crowd in Peace Park.
Officer Townsley of the Columbia Police Department helps secure the area surrounding the Islamic Center of Central Missouri on Thursday evening. Foot traffic was kept back after the Mosque received a suspicious package, which law enforcement detonated on site.
From left, Kelly MacNevin, Matt Tipton and Lola Tipton walk through the intersection at Locust and Sixth streets. With the temperatures in the 40s, Columbia residents had to bundle up.
Matthew Cleek gets ready to finish his day of work. Cleek is painting a house that is being remodelled. “I felt like this was the coldest day yet,” he said.
Salvation Army Rotary bell-ringer Pam Franta rings for donations in front of the post office on Walnut Street. “I thought it would be colder today,” said Franta, who has been volunteering as a bell ringer for several years.
Kaitlyn Sadowski, left, an employee at The Candy Factory, helps Kristy Long make a purchase after Long’s sister-in-law Tabby Rider, red shirt, and niece Leah Rider, right, also made a purchase on Saturday.
The Deutschheim Association sold handmade items from Germany at the King’s Daughters Holiday Festival on Nov. 10.
Snipers take position on top of the Sixth and Elm Street parking garage after the Islamic Center of Central Missouri received a suspicious package.
Dan Hedgecock, second from left, practices with his teammates.
Kaitlyn Sadowski, left, an employee at The Candy Factory, helps Kristy Long make a purchase after Long's sister-in-law Tabby Rider and niece Leah Rider make a purchase.
Board members of the Deutschheim Association, which preserves German heritage in Hermann, sell handmade holiday items from Germany at a booth at the King's Daughters Holiday Festival on Nov. 10. These wooden crafts burn incense from their hollow insides and release the smoke through the hole in their mouths.
November 14, 2007
Click here to learn about "Missouri Loves Company IV," an ultimate frisbee tournament held in Jefferson City.
Long-time MU Choral Union member Paul Graham speaks about his experience performing and rehearsing Handel’s "Messiah." Also, listen to a portion of the dress rehearsal — a preview of the performance at 7 p.m. Thursday in Jesse Auditorium.
Long-time MU Choral Union member Paul Graham speaks about his experience performing and rehearsing Handel’s Messiah. Also listen to a portion of the dress rehearsal—a preview of the performance on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m., in Jesse Auditorium.
MUtant Kyle Johnson, left, wins a disc against Northwestern's Brian Kelsh.
Howard Lang (center) and council members at a city council meeting while Lang was mayor, sometime between 1953 and 1957.
Katie Krawczak( concentrates as she plays the bass for Handel's "Messiah" on Nov. 12, 2007. This is the first time the MU Philharmonic has performed the "Messiah."