Jack Clark [Document]

James Downey [Document]

Lee Henson [Document]

Martha John [Document]

Mikel Lynch [Document]

Richard Shanker [Document]

Sid Sullivan [Document]

Don Stamper [Document]

Rusty Strodtman [Document]

L. Lee Terry [Document]

Matthew Vander Tuig [Document]

Rob Wolverton [Document]

Larry Wyatt [Document]

Councilman Wade makes statement [Document]

Guest from first 'Pepper and Friends' show [Photo]

Cookie Hagan greets Paul Pepper on Monday outside the KOMU/Channel 8 station. Hagan was on Paul's very first show 27 years ago as part of the Paquin ukulele ensemble. The group was interviewed upon their return from a performance for president Jimmy Carter.

"When we came home and a local TV station picked it up ... it was just wonderful, a memory that just lives forever," said Hagan.

'We love Pepper' sign [Photo]

Paul Pepper and James Mouser, hosts of "Pepper and Friends," hold up a sign protesters presented them on Monday outside of the KOMU/Channel 8 station.

Handmade signs show support [Photo]

Paul Pepper and co-host James Mouser, of the KOMU/Channel 8 program "Pepper and Friends," are greeted with cheers, embraces and a handmade sign.

Paul Pepper greets protesters [Photo]

Paul Pepper, host of the KOMU/Channel 8 program "Pepper and Friends," emerges from the station to receive a group of protesters. About 30 people met on Monday outside the KOMU/Channel 8 station to protest the station's decision to take the program off the air.

Robert McNamara dies [Photo]

Robert S. McNamara died Monday. He was 93. McNamara served as U.S. secretary of defense and was vilified for his role in escalating the Vietnam War, a disastrous conflict he later denounced as "terribly wrong."

Home for the Fourth [Video]

Mid-Missourians experienced the Fourth of July this year in different ways. While some prefer the parades, firework shows and live bands of Jefferson City, other mid-Missourians choose to celebrate their Independence Day in the atmosphere of a small town community like Rocheport.