November 20, 2007
This is one example of an officially licensed T-shirt by the University of Kansas fashioned for this week's Border Showdown.
For Missouri fans, a shirt recalling the razing of Lawrence in 1863 has become a popular item.
The company that produces this shirt has included a disclaimer in the bottom right corner stating that the design has not been endorsed by MU.
November 19, 2007
Choosing a wine that complements the diverse flavors of a Thanksgiving meal can be a challenge. Use this guide to find the wine best suited for your meal and your taste buds.
The fourth annual Cross Country Extreme, or XCX, race was hosted by Off Track Events on Saturday in the fields and wooded areas directly behind the Midway Expo Center as a fundraiser for Columbia Second Chance . It drew hundreds of participants from around the region who were encouraged to dress in costume for the non-timed race through four miles of forest, field and obstacles. Prizes were awarded for placement in the race and costume categories.
MU coach Mike Anderson says the Tigers are "getting ready to play the big boys, so to speak.”
A new interchange at Gans Road and U.S. 63 should be completed by the end of next year.
November 18, 2007
View photos from the MU football team's game at Kansas State.
Jim Frech holds his daughter Katie, 2, during the Holiday Parade. The parade began at 3 p.m. at the intersection of Broaday and Fifth streets.
Parade-goers line the street as the Holiday Parade makes its way downtown.
Santa and Mrs. Claus greet paradegoers Sunday in downtown Columbia.
Todd Gingrich, 22, is one of 32 Americans selected to receive a Rhodes Scholarship for study at Oxford University in England.
Sarah Natani uses a Navajo lap spindle during a workshop to demonstrate the Navajo method of spinning wool into yarn.
November 17, 2007
The Thanksgiving grocery rush is in full swing at the Columbia HyVee supermarket. This store alone is prepared to handle 50,000 pounds of turkey this season, said store manager, Rob Reif.