October 4, 2007
Hickman offensive coordinator Steve Luetjen, right, is the man drawing up the plays for the offense run by his son, Doug Luetjen.
Blythe Bradford listens to a cassette tape of Van Morrison’s album “Moondance” during her wait Thursday at Wabash Station on Thursday evening, Oct. 4, 2007.
Wabash Station is currently used as the central hub for the city’s public transport system.
The Soviet Union launched Sputnik on Oct. 4, 1957, making it the first Earth-orbiting satellite. Click to see an interactive presentation on the satellite that set off the space race between the United States and Soviet Union.
An early spring and then a late frost took a toll on the apple harvest in Waverly.
October 3, 2007
Chris Stevens looks out his office window as he shows off his one and only tattoo. Stevens' wife gave him a gift certificate to "Living Canvas" because she did not think she'd be able to get a second tattoo until he got his first. "I didn't tell my wife when I got it (the tattoo). I thought it'd be fun to wait and see if she noticed," Stevens said.
Chris Stevens signs paperwork at his desk at Boone County National Bank. Stevens recently got a tattoo on his left shoulder of the Fleur de Lis, a French word that means "flower of the lily."
Jollene Kuo has 21 diamond studs in her ears.
Jollene Kuo wore a blond wig to tone down her style while working as a reporter at KOMU.
Justin Stuart is a co-owner of the new Ninth Street Tattoo parlor. It is Stuart's second business.
Tour Bus fashioned as a state of the art mobile tattoo parlor. "It was called J.D.'s Body Art," recalls Jones. "People who didn't know him would ask for J.D. If you knew him, you called him Sam." Since then, he's covered his body in tattoos, hidden under regular business clothes.
Dean Jones, co-owner of Living Canvas Tattoos got his first tattoo on his 18th birthday, in a Silver Eagle
Ibrahim Felifal and Emil Kapili talk with Quran reciter Mohamed El-Sayed Deif after the final prayer on Friday, Sept. 29, 2007, at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri. Mohamed El-Sayed Deif is in Columbia for the holy month of Ramadan to recite the entire Quran.
Mohamed El-Sayed Deif.
Mohamed El-Sayed Deif moved to Cairo to attend a five-year college that taught him how to properly recite the 114 chapters, or surahs, of the Quran.