September 22, 2009
The construction for Shalom Christian Academy and Day Care broke ground on Aug. 26, thanks to a $100,000 grant from the city of Columbia.
Michael McDonald consults a piece of equipment meant to measure paranormal activity during an investigation with the Kindred Moon Paranormal Society along the Katy Trail on Sep. 12.
Shelly Chirillo, Sarah Francis, Michael McDonald and Bonnie Darby, all members of the Kindred Moon Paranormal Society, watch the end of the Katy Trail for paranormal activity.
Mark Milanick, a professor at the pharmacology and physiology department at MU, creates balancing rock and wood sculptures on his lawn, stretching from South Glenwood Avenue and Redbud Lane to West Rollins Road. He titles his project "Physics Inaction."
Mark Milanick creates sculptures with rocks and wood on his lawn.
The majority of homes in Columbia use natural gas rather than propane or electric. The cost of natural gas, along with other home heating sources, is expected to be lower this year than previous years because of low crude oil prices.
September 21, 2009
As a member of the Columbia Aeronautics and Space Association, Hickman swimmer Grant Hendrix can experience what it would be like to be a part of NASA through simulators housed in a building on the Hickman campus.
Chris Johnson played for Hickman High School before joining the Missouri men's golf team.
Rock Bridge soccer players Michael Trecha, left, and Trevor Davis work through a drill in practice on Sunday. The Bruins say they are trying to work harder in practice after starting the season 1-4.
The aftermath of a two-car collision at the intersection of West Broadway and Yorkshire Drive awaits cleanup Monday afternoon. The passenger of the silver car was unharmed, and the passenger of the other car refused medical treatment and was released from the scene.
“It’s a group of craftsman and tradesmen displaying their wares and just having a good time,” Jay Jones said. “It’s free to come in, walk around, look at all the different different types of crafts. There’s some good crafts people here. They offer a lot of different types of music and shows. It’s just a good family weekend.”
A blacksmith pounds on the metal of a horseshoe, permeating the air with the smell of hot metal. Linda Coats weaves her fingers though alpaca fibers, creating an entire shawl in an afternoon, and bluegrass music plays continually in the background at the 32nd annual Heritage Festival and Craft Show.
The Keene School, a registered historical landmark, was built in 1898 and has since been remodeled into a residence. It will be sold at a private auction on Sept. 28.
Senior Kaylee Silvers, 18, takes an online test as a part of her coursework with the Ashland Alternative School on Tuesday, September 15 in Ashland. Silvers says she prefers the alternative school over being in a traditional classroom.
Jehoshua Casey, 6, tosses a piece of bread into the water as Noah Winton, right, watches alongside during the Tashlikh service on Sunday, Sept. 20, at Twin Lakes Recreation Area. In the Tashlikh service, part of Rosh Hashana, Jews throw bread crumbs into water to represent casting off the previous year's sins.
MRCC members lead a march to the Farm Aid Concert in 1995 in Louisville, KY.
Roger Allison introduces Neil Young at family farm rally at Farm Aid in 2001 in Indiana.
Willie visits with Missouri Rural Crisis Center regarding the Pork Checkoff in Columbia in 1995.
September 20, 2009
NASCAR driver Mark Martin celebrates Sunday after winning the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
In this Sept. 11, 2009, photo, Chris Wiseman, Route 66 exhibit designer, pulls a protective layer off a Route 66 monument-style sign at the Jasper County Courthouse, in Carthage. The historic courthouse is a frequent stop for tourists traveling Route 66. Now, Route 66 history is a part of the courthouse, in a display that mimics Carthage's former Boots Drive-In.
In this Sept. 11, 2009, photo, Chris Wiseman, Route 66 exhibit designer, adds some detail work to the exhibit's display case at the Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage. The historic courthouse is a frequent stop for tourists traveling Route 66. Now, Route 66 history is a part of the courthouse, in a display that mimics Carthage's former Boots Drive-In.