September 21, 2010
Jamazanae Brewster and Chloe Bierman, first graders at Grant Elementary School, play four-square on the playground during recess on Monday. The elementary school is celebrating its centennial anniversary this year.
Missouri defensive end Aldon Smith celebrates after shutting down San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday. He will miss this weekend's game because of an injury to his leg.
September 20, 2010
John Finley and Marvin Stone examine an instrument cluster at the Fleet Operations Division of Public Works on Lakeview Avenue.
The Columbia College women's volleyball team defeated Hannibal-LaGrange on Monday night at Columbia College.
It's still plenty warm to treat yourself to a little frozen dessert. Here's your video guide to the differences between frozen yogurt, ice cream and frozen custard.
Missouri defensive end Aldon Smith claims his injury is "just a big bruise."
Rock Bridge coach A.J. Odofile says he doesn't mind the fun-loving ways of offensive linemen Jeremy Smith, left, and Jacob Ellis. “They’re as goofy as they get,” Ofodile said. “But they’re respectful and conscientious, and they understand when it’s time to go to work.”
According to research by Dan Fulks of Transylvania University, the average guarantee payment for Football Bowl Subdivision teams has risen since last year.
Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel argues a call during the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against San Diego State. Pinkel said coaching is more pressure-packed than ever.
Ohio University mascot Rufus goes after Brutus Buckeye as the Ohio State football team runs onto the field Saturday at Ohio Stadium. The man behind the Ohio University Bobcat mascot says he tried out for the job with a goal of tackling the Buckeye.
The Fleet Operations Division of Columbia's Department of Public Works maintains the city's vehicles. Columbia Missourian photographer Taylor Glascock captured some of the details of the workshop.
Auctioneers Bob Johnston, front, and Jeff Johnston call out bid amounts to audience members attending the Missouri Unclaimed Property Auction at the Stoney Creek Inn on Monday. The auction included items such as tableware, fake Confederate currency, jewelry and a fanny pack.
Chet Boeke, of St. Charles, examines a pocket watch under the watchful eye of auction worker Sondra Hinman, of Jefferson City, before the bidding started at the Unclaimed Property Auction. Boeke, who ran for treasurer in 2004 and lost the Republican primary, said he always wanted to attend one of the auctions and this was his first chance.
Brenda Sumrall raises her bidding card to compete for a set of baseball cards at the Missouri Unclaimed Property Auction on Monday. All items at the property auction were recovered from safe deposit boxes in Missouri.
Jeff Cochran of Johnston Auctions displays a baseball autographed by Pete Rose during the Missouri Unclaimed Property Auction at the Stoney Creek Inn on Monday.
In this photo taken Saturday, former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon sits in his office in Henderson, Nev. O'Bannon is part of a lawsuit seeking revenue sharing for NCAA athletes. "There are millions and millions of dollars being made off the sweat and grind of the student athlete," O'Bannon said. "Student athletes see none of that other than their education."
Former UCLA basketball player Ed O'Bannon sits in his office Saturday in Henderson, Nev. O'Bannon is part of a lawsuit seeking revenue sharing for NCAA athletes. "There are millions and millions of dollars being made off the sweat and grind of the student athlete," O'Bannon said. "Student athletes see none of that other than their education."
Visitors to the 33rd Annual Heritage Festival and Crafts Show at Nifong Park interact with history as they stroll past exhibits of 19th century crafts, Native American dance performances, a prospecting camp, military reenactments and more.
September 19, 2010
Carolyn Woodstock of Washington, Mo., holds still as decals are put on her cheeks by Kim Stonecipher-Fischer on Sunday at Columbia's firstl Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Woodstock rode her motorcycle as a pacesetter with the Central Missouri Riders and is a 14 year breast cancer survivor.
Race participants cross Stadium Boulevard and run up Tiger Avenue on Sunday. Columbia's inaugural Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure had a turnout of about 4,000 people.