April 10, 2010
April 9, 2010
Lindbergh midfielder Lindsey Oettle, front, dodges Hickman senior Jessie Ross during the Hickman-Lindbergh game at Hickman High School on Friday. Hickman lost 2-1.
Left to right, Hickman players Sami Purdy, Paige Nelson and Lindbergh player Rachel Marchi watch as Lindbergh defender Ashley Karpel receives the ball during the Hickman-Linbergh game at Hickman High School on Friday.
Flanked by Lindbergh midfielders Rachel Marchi (left) and Lindsey Oettle (right), Hickman senior midfielder Grace Grigg heads the ball against Lindbergh at Hickman High School on Friday. Hickman lost to Lindbergh 2-1.
Brendyn Perkins, 7, who has autism, walks China, a therapy dog, at the Autism Intervention Conference on Friday at the Holiday Inn in Columbia. The MU College of Veterinary Medicine and Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders are jointly working on a survey to determine the benefits of using human-animal interaction to aid people with autism.
On Friday, Justice John Paul Stevens announced his intent to resign from the Supreme Court after serving more than 34 years. He will turn 90 this year.
Cristi Cook, an assistant professor at the MU College of Veterinary Medicine, volunteers to train dogs to serve as service animals.
Ryan Whithaus, right, smacks his lips as Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, reads aloud "Gingerbread Baby." No doubt the subject matter led Whithaus to start thinking about lunch.
Children enjoy their guest reader, Rep. Chris-Kelly, D-Columbia, who visited the MU Child Development Lab on Friday.
From left, Nathan Boren, Minoo Jang, and Ryan Whithaus listen as Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, reads aloud. Each child chose a book for Kelly to read to the group.