August 10, 2010
The Air Aces from Troy, Michigan, seen here holding the Julius Nachazel Cup, were International Frisbee Tournament champions in 1971, 1972 and 1973.
Disc golf historian and PDGA Hall of Famer Jim Palmeri, right, and his brother John Palmeri pose outside their Flying Disc and Chess Shop in the spring of 1975 in East Rochester, NY.
August 9, 2010
Jarrell Harrison and Kenji Jackson talk with defensive coordinator Dave Steckel during a morning preseason practice this August.
The Empire Plastic Corporation advertises its 1958 "unbreakable" Frisbee, saying it's "the new college campus craze."
A sketch from Peckham & Wright Architects Inc. show what the Father Augustine Tolton Regional Catholic High School will look like once completed. The school is expected to open in fall 2011 and will draw students from Columbia's three parishes.
Operations at Les Bourgeois currently are housed in the winery's single building at its location in Rocheport, but a new building is under construction. Cory Bomgaars, Les Bourgeois head winemaker, said he hopes to have some parts of the winemaking process moved to the new facility within the next 30 days.
The current bottling room at Les Bourgeois, the winery in Rocheport, will soon be moved to the new space in the winery's almost-complete new building. The tasting area will take over the vacated space after the bottling room moves to its new location.
MU tour guide Josh Heffernan leads a tour of prospective students and parents through University Bookstore.
Josh Heffernan, a tour guide at MU, leads a late July tour of prospective students and parents on campus. There was a time when little thought was put into campus tours for prospective students. Today, tour guides at colleges and universities play important roles in the recruitment process. MU requires a written application and group and one-on-one interviews. And everyone is required to submit a project demonstrating their creativity.
Gary Mitchell shows off a "Havahart" raccoon trap outside his Columbia home.
E-mail chain between Municipal Court spokeswoman and me.
E-mail chain between city Public Works Department spokeswoman and me.
August 8, 2010
Lines of eager fans stretched across Faurot Field despite the heat Sunday at the Missouri football team's fan day. People waited in the hot sun to meet their favorite players and have them autograph memorabilia as a lead-up to the 2010 football season.
Footballs were a common object brought to be signed to Fan Day at Faurot Field on Sunday. Other popular items brought by fans included T-shirts, posters and jerseys.
Safety Matt White signs a t-shirt for young fan Jason Stringer, 6, during the Missouri football team's fan day Sunday on Faurot Field. Many alumni brought their children to the event to meet the 2010 squad.
Quarterback Blaine Gabbert signs a purse made out of a football for a fan during Fan Day at Faurot Field on Sunday. Fans flocked to Faurot Field with a wide array of objects for players to sign, ranging from posters and footballs to purses, t-shirts and statues.
Luke Lambert signs a football for his young fans during Fan Day at Faurot Field on Sunday. Fans waited in long lines to meet the players despite the heat.
Carol Clark jokes with tailback Marcus Murphy while Darvin Ruise signs her football purse during Fan Day at Faurot Field. While Clark didn't make the purse herself, she did make sure to get it signed by her favorite players.