October 19, 2010
Kevin Schawo shops for a Mizzou T-shirt at a shop downtown on Tuesday. The Homecoming game against Oklahoma on Saturday is nearly sold out, and Columbia merchants are eagerly anticipating the crowds coming not just for Homecoming but also for the ESPN "College GameDay" broadcast live from Francis Quadrangle.
On the eve of the second Bbannual MizzouDiversity Summit, the Chancellor's Diversity Initiative released the Mizzou Diversity Progress Report containing information about campuswide diversity activities and achievements since May 2008.
T-shirts decorated by victims and survivors of relationship and domestic violence in Columbia hang from a clothesline as a part of the clothesline project at Lowry Mall on Tuesday. "This gives them an opportunity to show their emotions about this type of violence," said Holly Hanover, a graduate assistant for the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center. The national clothesline project has been displayed at MU annually for for the past 6 years.
Ean Rice, 2, points to a Halloween costume as his mother, Regina Rice, continues to look through the selection at the Mers Goodwill store on Nifong Bouldevard in Columbia. Although Halloween is close, Goodwill restocks its racks with a selection of both new and used costumes at prices far below what might be found in a traditional retail store.
Just in time for the Halloween season, we look into the psychology of fear and why people enjoy being scared.
Law enforcement officers searches for evidence along the Interstate 395 expressway adjacent to the Pentagon on Tuesday. The Pentagon entrances were locked down early Tuesday after a report of possible shots fired near the building.
Law enforcement officers search for evidence along the Interstate 395 expressway adjacent to the Pentagon on Tuesday. The Pentagon entrances were locked down early Tuesday after a report of possible shots fired near the building.
Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., points to a map of proposed highway construction problems in East Columbia during a news conference at City Hall on Monday. In addition to extending Highway 740, the plan calls for improvements to Highway WW and extending Ballenger Road.
October 18, 2010
Hickman senior Morgan Popejoy spikes the ball past Timberland's Michelle Schaefer for a point in Monday's game.
These are the supporting documents that were presented to the council on Sept. 7 after the land preservation scoring matrix was reviewed and revised by various citizen commissions. The matrix consists of five different evaluation components, all with different point values, that add up to a total of 100 points. The five components are: area of impact, unique features, likelihood of development, potential benefits and acquisition potential.
Philadelphia Eagles' Jeremy Maclin catches a touchdown pass in front of Atlanta Falcons defender Brent Grimes (20) during the first half of Sunday's game in Philadelphia.
City to hold a referendum on keeping the tax levy in 2011 and every
five years after. The earnings tax only exists in the two cities and is a
1 percent tax on businesses and individuals who live or work
there. The policy would also prevent other municipalities in Missouri
from even voting to impose this type of tax.
The proposal would allow Missouri voters in St. Louis and Kansas
Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., answers questions from reporters during a news conference at City Hall on Monday. After nearly 40 years of planning and proposals, $1.5 million has been secured to fund the Highway 740 Extension.
Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., left, listens to Senate staffer Sarah Barfield, center, and Toni Messina, director of communications for the city of Columbia, prior to a news conference at City Hall on Monday. Bond announced that $1.5 million of federal money had been secured for the Highway 740 Extension project in East Columbia, a fraction of the anticipated $133 million cost of the project. "This provides us the foundation to get a start on this," Bond said. "I intend to be around to drive on that road."
St. Louis manager Tony La Russa
Missouri junior Priscilla Armendariz smiles at an autograph section after the Tigers victory over Baylor on Saturday at Hearnes Center. Her parents have only missed one home game this season because it was her younger sister’s high school homecoming.
Alison Gammon is a junior at the Missouri School of Journalism.
Andrew Schneider was named the new manager of the Columbia Regional Airport.
Parker Naylor (left), John Schloot (right) and the rest of the bidders sip coffee and wait for the auction of the Guitar Mansion to begin on Monday.
Bryan Bradford (left) and David Sapp (right) listen to bids get progressively higher on Monday at the Guitar Mansion. An interest in history drew a large crowd to the Civil War era property. Bradford is a camp commander for Columbia Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, and Sapp is a volunteer and past president for the Boone County Historical Society.