February 28, 2008
The Cherry Street Artisian filled up with people looking to get their hands on some True/False tickets when they went on sale at noon on Thursday. The Columbia Police and Fire departments requested that some of the crowd be moved outside because the space was over its capacity of 187 people.
Assistant Fire Marshal Lt. Shawn McCollom and Columbia police Officer Tim Thomason talk with Paul Sturtz about the oversized crowd in the Cherry Street Artisan. "We recieved a complaint about there being too many people in the building." Lt. McCollom said. "If a reasonalbe person stood in here and thinks that there's more than 187 people then we have to do something about it." Officer Thomason added. Sturtz had to ask some customers to wait outside until their turn came to purchase their tickets.
Bryce Youmans, 6, watches as his shake is prepared at Sparky's season opening on Monday.
Tony Temple looks on as Lorenzo Williams takes his turn on the three-cone drill at MU’s Athletic Training Center.
The statue of Sparky, an 11-year-old bulldog that inspired the name of the homemade ice cream store on Ninth Street, faces the front door and greets customers.
Bryce Youmans, 6, watches closely as his shake is prepared. Ann Youmans took her sons Bryce and Louis to Sparky's on Monday, the first day of the season for the homemade ice cream shop.
The statue of Sparky, the 11-year-old bulldog that inspired the name of the homemade ice cream store, greets customers at the entrance.
A cyclist prepares for the Froze Toes Road Race near Two Mile Prarie School off Route Z in Columbia on Sunday.
Columbia firefighters respond to a one-vehicle accident just west of Stadium Boulevard on Friday. Traffic in the westbound lanes of I-70 were backed up for several miles while emergency crews worked at the scene.
Missouri's RaeShara Brown goes in for a layup against Kansas' Nicollette Smith during the first half of the Tiger's 62-59 victory against the Jayhawks on Feb. 23.
MU Junior DeMarre Carroll takes a spill while driving to the net during Mizzou's game against OSU on Tuesday. MU lost to the Cowboys 75-73.
Oklahoma State guard Marcus Dove, left, and MU Tigers forward Justin Stafford fight for the ball during the second half of the game between MU and OSU on Tuesday.
Carroll ZuBolton, family services organizer for Columbia's Moving Ahead program, watches as Tremonte' Johnson, dressed as Miles Davis, tries to remember his lines during his speech at the Great African American Achievers presentation at MU's Gains/Oldham Black Culture Center Thursday.
JoShawn Jackson, left, dressed as author Julius Thopson, and Ameera Hayes pose for pictures before the start of the Great African American Achievers presentation. The event was organized by Columbia's Moving Ahead program and featured dozens of Columbia youths giving biographical speeches about influential African Americans.
Baylor's Aaron Bruce and the Bears have become a surprising obstacle to many Big 12 teams this season.
Katie Dunham, left, and Sofie Ayala are doubles partners for the MU women's team. This is their first season as doubles partners.
The MU women’s basketball program will play its 1000th game on Saturday. A banner honoring the school’s first official women’s team is displayed at Tiger Terrace in Mizzou Arena.
Coach Bob Burchard has been coaching the Cougars since 1989.
Diane Booth address the Hillary Clinton supporters at the 2008 Missouri Democratic Party Delegate Selection Mass Meeting for Boone County Voters at Rock Bridge High School on Thursday. The meeting was held to elect delegates to represent Boone County at the district nominating convention.