October 14, 2007
Roy White adjusts his large-scale kite before flying it at the One Sky One World kite flying event in Cosmo-Bethel Park. It took White four months to complete his homemade patriotic kite. "It's a lot easier (to fly) than it looks," White said.
Seven-year-old Corelia Whitaker, left, screams "It's coming!" as she runs away from a kite and toward her sister Dajah Whitaker, 10, at the One Sky One World Day Kite flying event. Corelia and Dajah had never seen a kite fly and hadn't ever flown one themselves until Sunday's event.
Bill Youmans spends a brisk autumn afternoon casting into a pond he's stocked with a variety of fish.
Bill Youmans fishes off the dock on Oct. 10.
A channel catfish caught by Bill Youmans spends a few moments out of the water before being released back into the pond.
Bill Youmans tries a variety of lures to catch the fish in one of the ponds he has stocked.
Missouri sophomore Meghan Pfeiffer (3) heads home the Tigers' lone goal against Oklahoma State on Sunday at Walton Stadium.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs (55) deflects a pass by Rams quarterback Gus Frerotte.
Richard Campbell rolls toward the back of Personal Energy Transportation Project’s new warehouse as the interfaith blessing and reception comes to a close Sunday.
Wooden toys were among the other items PET gave away.
Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez makes his 63rd career touchdown catch in the first quarter Sunday against the Bengals.
Chase Daniel committed two turnovers in MU’s loss at Oklahoma on Saturday.
October 13, 2007
A convergence of factors has left Michele and Charlie Silvey, plus their two young children, on the street, struggling to find shelter and security.
Stuart Loory, who holds the Lee Hills Chair in Free-Press Studies at the Missouri School of Journalism, is the moderator for the weekly radio program “Global Journalist.” It airs at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays on KBIA/91.3 FM or at www.globaljournalist.org.
Despite the weather, several hundred people still turned out to partake in the Festival.
"We're taking these home for pumpkin carving — indoors, where it's dry and warm," Stewart added.
Cousins Janelle Williams, of Mexico, Mo., and Bill Stewart, of Columbia, head back to their car with a wagon full of pumpkins after a rainy morning at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival in Hartsburg, MO on Saturday, October 13. "We usually make a day of it," Williams said, "But it's just too wet."
Transfer forward, DeMarre Carroll is expected to play a major role on this year's men's basketball team
October 12, 2007
cells of female cancer patients can be preserved to help restore patients’ fertility after treatment.
Cryopreservation is a procedure by which cells are preserved in liquid nitrogen. Using animal ovaries, MU scientists will refine this process with the hopes of creating a system by which the ovarian
Raydell Wright makes an omelet at Broadway Diner on Oct. 4. Wright, who has worked at the diner for the last year, moves in the kitchen with the grace of someone who's been at it for a long time — dropping french fries, making an omelet and dishing up biscuits and gravy. "I've been a cook for 30 years. I know it doesn't seem possible, but I have," he said.
Despite not getting much playing time, Jason Ray plays a key role in the team’s success.
Rock Bridge’s Jarred Henry will have to sit and watch as the Bruins take on his former teammates Friday night.