September 1, 2009
Corn detasslers work a field by an irrigation pivot, in Goehner, Neb., Wednesday, July 29, 2009. Fears over proposed measures to address global warming are leaving some farmers, ranchers and others tied to agriculture hot under the collar. While those who back the Obama administration's climate change legislation say its opportunities for agriculture will outweigh the costs, former Agriculture Secretary and now U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns of Nebraska fears the legislation's "cap and trade" measure could cripple America's agriculture industry.
Illinois quarterback Juice Williams (No.7) hasn't been able to beat the Tigers yet, but he still says he likes the Arch Rivalry game and is disappointed to see it end of the 2011 season.
Rock Bridge golfer Meghan Mueller shot a 43 over nine holes Tuesday at L.A. Nickel Golf Course.
Keyonda Lumpkins, left, pauses during her second-degree murder trial at the Boone County Courthouse on Tuesday. Lumpkins is on trial for the June 2008 death of her 2-year-old son, Cortez Johnson.
Mike Sewall is an assistant city editor for the Missourian.
Rick Rose built a baseball field on his Bonne Femme Estates property in 2003. Now, after a neighbor complained about the field, The Boone County Commission is scheduled to vote tonight on a zoning issue about the baseball field, which is used for pick-up games and by several organized teams.
Maria Ayala separates leaves from apples in preparation for washing in the pack house of Peters Orchards and Market near Waverly.
One bushel boxes of apples stand in a stack near the processing line at Peters Orchards and Market.
Apples move along a conveyor belt on their way to the inspection area where apples determined insufficient for raw consumption will be separated from the pack.
Peters Orchards and Market owner and operator Paul Peters stands next to apple inspector Roberta Nichols and points out the kind of apple that does not make the cut.
Grant Blackwell works on a drawing while sitting on Ninth Street. Homeless just two years ago, he credits his rigorous work ethic with getting him off the streets. He feels fortunate to make a living through his passion for art.
Pencil shavings on Ninth Street. For his latest project, Grant Blackwell used colored pencils and paper. For previous projects, he has used a variety of media, including discarded pieces of wood.
The process of harvesting and preparing apples to be distributed to wholesalers and sold in stores is highly mechanized. Here is a simplified version of a Peters Orchards apple's journey from tree to truck.
Sean Kenney, right, tells stories about his experiences on the set of "Star Trek: The Original Series" and answers questions posed by Randall Durk of the Central MIssouri Astronomical Association and others on Monday. Kenney began dabbling in photography in the 1960s while stationed in Japan with the Air Force and passed through Columbia with his wife on the way to shoot portraits in collaboration with the Association of Realtors.
August 31, 2009
After dropping five games in a row to lose the first set, Rock Bridge's Kelsey Kindernecht came back to win against Hickman rival Dina Kaissi on Monday at No.1 singles. It was Kindernecht's first victory against Kaissi, after losing to her four times last season.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel speaks to the media about the upcoming season during a press conference Monday. Pinkel said when it comes to new players youth and lack of experience are insignificant to him. He is more concerned about how the team prepares.
Yoshio Matsumoto with his grandson Andy, an incoming freshman, shows a photo of his engineering class in 1943 oat Washington University, Friday in St. Louis. Matsumoto, an 88-year-old retired engineer, was one of a number of students that were relocated to universities across the country instead of being sent to an internment camp in 1941.
Zach Boots cuts through the trunk of a Cash for Clunkers SUV at Sorrels Auto salvage yard on Thursday. Some of the parts he cuts from cars end up being used as material for schools that teach body work.
Zach Boots dissembles parts from a Cash for Clunkers SUV at Sorrels Auto salvage yard Thursday.