September 19, 2007
Two citizens give their thoughts about the school district's process for picking the site of the city's next high school.
Dan Goldstein listens to members of the High School Site Evaluation Committee speak Tuesday.
Bob Hipple was the natural resources manager in Toledo, Iowa, before becoming city administrator in Hallsville.
"Balance" by Howard Meehan, located at the Health and Science Center in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo courtesy of Howard Meehan.
Howard Meehan's philosophy when creating public art is "communicating the character of a place."
"Fire and Ice," by Howard Meehan, located in Cultural Corridors in Grants, New Mexico.
"Spirit," by Howard Meehan, displayed at Oregon State University in Eugene, Oregon.
"Spirit," by Howard Meehan, displayed at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.
Before a knee injury and a coaching change, Parrish Fisher had a bright future at K-State.
Wilco performs "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" at the corner of Ninth Street and Broadway in downtown Columbia on Wednesday, Sept. 19. The concert was part of the Columbia Summerfest concert series, and was the last for the year.
Crowds overwhelmed Ninth Street in front of the Blue Note for the Wilco concert on Wednesday, Sept. 19. The concert was part of the Columbia Summerfest concert series.
Jeff Tweedy, lead singer of Wilco, sings "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" at the corner of Ninth Street and Broadway in downtown Columbia on Wednesday, Sept. 19. The concert was the last in the Columbia Summerfest series for the year.
The efforts of sophomores Amanda Hantouli and Megan Wilson weren’t enough for the Tigers to prevent the Jayhawks from rallying for a victory on Wednesday night.
September 18, 2007
Mallory Forst has different roles on the MU soccer team. She has been playing forward but has returned to her role as keeper for 159 minutes this season, including in two games last weekend.
Karen, Zack, and Dave Gotsch started off Family Weekend on Friday with some stops at the MU Bookstore and Shakespeare's Pizza. Zack Gotsch is undecided on his major but came to MU on an ROTC scholarship.