August 14, 2010
In this Tuesday, Aug. 14, 1945 picture, a sailor and a nurse kiss in Manhattan's Times Square during celebrations for the end of World War II. The celebration followed the official announcement that Japan had accepted the terms of Potsdam conference and surrendered.
David and Holland Butler of Houston, winners of V-J Day kissing contest, are shown at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, La., on Aug. 14. The contest sought to recreate the iconic photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt shot in Times Square in New York City 65 years ago today.
Missouri's wide receiver Terry Dennis attempts to dodge a tackle after catching a pass during MU football's first scrimmage of the season on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Missouri Tigers' quarterback Tyler Gabbert runs a play during MU's first scrimmage of the season on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Missouri football's Derrick Washington celebrates after a play with teammate Jerrell Jackson during the Tigers' first scrimmage of the year on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Margie Kay, left, reaches for change as Joyce Stohr, right, leafs through her wallet on Aug. 14 at the UFO convention.
Books for sale at the UFO conference line a table on Aug. 14. Among the books available was “Captured!: The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience” by Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden.
Books line the shelves at Ann's Teachers Store, ready to be snapped up by teachers getting ready to go back to school, on Wednesday.
Scott O'Connell picks up school supplies for the upcoming year from Martha Stolp at Ann's Teachers Store on Wednesday. O'Connell teaches third grade at New Franklin Elementary.
This photo provided by the family shows Gary and Linda Haas. Authorities have linked Arizona prison escappes and their accomplice to the couple's murder on a remote ranch near Santa Rosa, NM.
Renate and Greg Crawford share a laugh during a dinner held for them by the University of Notre Dame alumni association at the Les Bourgeois Blufftop Bistro on Aug. 13. The Crawfords are riding from Arizona to Notre Dame to raise awareness for Niemann-Pick Type C, a deadly neurodegenerative disease that primarily affects children.
The official Notre Dame Science van that is accompanying Dean Greg Crawford and his wife Renate on their Desert to Dome bike ride has been signed by supporters at many stops along their route from Arizona to Notre Dame. The image of the three grandchildren of Ara Parseghian, the namesake of the research organization for which the Crawfords are riding and a former Notre Dame coach, who lost their lives to Niemann-Pick Type C adorns the side of the van.
After examining the list of school supplies needed for Rock Bridge Elementary’s second-graders, two Missourian reporters set out to the Dollar Tree and Walmart located on Grindstone Parkway to find the most affordable supplies. Columbia Public Schools start Thursday. Visit the Columbia Public School’s website to view each schools’ supply list.
Columbia Firefighters emerge from 504 Rogers St. on Saturday. They were called to the scene because of a small kitchen fire. Damage is estimated at $5,000. There were no injuries.
August 13, 2010
Hickman High School football coach Jason Wright speaks to his players at the beginning of the team's first practice on Monday at the school's football stadium. Wright gave an outline of what practice would consist of and emphasized the importance of the team's energy.
This week's pictures include high school football practices, wildfires in Moscow and miners in China and Chile.
Michael York stands in front of a portion of the recyclable goods he has collected by hand on the Boone County Fairgrounds on Thursday. York, who is 15, is completing the long-term recycling in part as a Boy Scout project.
Michael York separates aluminum from cardboard in the large pile of recycling he's amassed on the Boone County Fairgrounds on Thursday. York has collected three tons of recycling.
A cropped photo of Perseid as seen from Columbia made just after midnight Friday morning. The constellation at left is Cygnus, part of the Milky Way seen that night.
Former Cole County Circuit Judge Richard Callahan's ruling exonerating Joshua Kezer.