December 13, 2009
Individuals with compulsive hoarding tendencies are unable to get rid of unnecessary possessions; they often have years of accumulated clutter. The family of an elderly woman who used to own this house spent many months trying to clean it out and make it organized. The basement of the house is pictured in Columbia.
Individuals with compulsive hoarding tendencies are unable to get rid of unnecessary possessions; they often have years of accumulated clutter. It has become a morbid fascination in American culture and has moved to the forefront of the nation's attention after extreme examples of hoarding appeared in the media. The family of an elderly woman who used to own this house spent many months trying to clean it out and make it organized. A bedroom of the house is pictured in Columbia.
December 12, 2009
Missouri wrestler Brad Wisdom, center, and teammate Nathan McCormick listen to assistant coach Lee Pritts during practice Tuesday at Hearnes Center. Wisdom is the only true freshman wrestling for the Tigers this season.
Firefighter Dennis Rohr of the Columbia Fire Department looks over the damage done by a fire to a detached garage at 7555 Fall Creek Drive on Saturday. The garage was badly damaged by the fire, which ignited the roof and caused a wall to collapse.
Firefighters work to contain a fire at 7555 Fall Creek Drive on Saturday afternoon. Both the Boone County Fire Protection District and the Columbia Fire Departments had firefighters on the scene.
Firefighters battle a blaze in a detached garage at 7555 Fall Creek Drive in the late afternoon Saturday.
Stephanie Nieman leads the National Anthem at the beginning of graduation on Saturday in Kimball Ballroom at Stephens College.
Paulina Ramirez, undergraduate commencement class speaker, moves her tassel from right to left, signifying her graduation from Stephens College on Saturday in the Kimball Ballroom.
Stephens College President Dianne M. Lynch gives remarks to the graduating class on Saturday in the Kimball Ballroom. Lynch encouraged students to take a moment to truly listen to their loved ones, and take a break from all the noise.
December 11, 2009
Mizzou freshman Brittany Bendoff performs her floor routine on Friday night. The gymnastic team's first meet will be against Ohio State on Jan. 8 in Columbia.
Senior Sarah Shire performs on the balance beam at the MU's Black and Gold meet on Friday night.
Mizzou senior Sarah Shire chalks up for the uneven bars at Friday night's Black and Gold meet.
Danielle Guider performs her floor routine Friday night at the Black and Gold meet held at the Hearnes Center.
MU senior Danielle Guider prepares for her bars routine at the Black and Gold meet on Friday night at the Hearnes Center.
Lyle Harris looks to pass the ball during a practice session on Thursday in the gymnasium at Hickman High School.
Lyle Harris practices his free throws during a practice session on Thursday in the gymnasium at Hickman High School.
The owners of Starr Pines, Wayne and Annie Harmon, help families choose their perfect tree year after year.
The No Child Left Behind Act divides each school’s population into subgroups, including racial and ethnic categories and free and discount lunch, to measure test-score disparities among groups of students. Douglass High School became a Title I school when 78 percent of its population became eligible for free and discount lunch.
Megan Accola reads the poem "Channel" to Ginger Donaldson's class on Nov. 20 at Douglass High School. Douglass is now considered a Title I school through the No Child Left Behind Act.