December 2, 2008
Aired: Sept. 27, 2008
Episode No. 1 Contents: Son Venezuela, salsa band of mid-Missouri profile; national and international news; coverage of Los Zaptistas, a play that came to MU for Hispanic Heritage Month; community calendar.
Host/Reporter: Carolina Escalera
Producers: Sarah Horne and Sara Shahriari
Business Manager: Mark Stanley
AUDIO: Radio Adelante Episode No. 1
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Several sources confirmed on Monday that Missouri offensive coordinator Dave Christensen is set to become the new head football coach at Wyoming.
December 1, 2008
Roland Meinert is a Columbia resident.
Tracy Barnes is a columnist for the Missourian.
Regional AIDS Interfaith Network Executive Director Cale Mitchell is enveloped in red balloons, which attendees of RAIN's annual World AIDS Day tribute carried with them on a walk down College Avenue to the Bond Life Sciences Center on Monday evening. The event was held in remembrance of the 235 AIDS victims in North Central Missouri in the past 27 years.
William Folk gives a presentation on alternative medicines and drugs used to treat HIV/AIDS on Monday evening. Folk is the principal investigator and co-director of an international research center that studies indigenous phytotherapies used for the treatment of AIDS. The quilt behind him is one of four that were put together to honor those who have recently died of AIDS, and it will be on display at the Bond Life Sciences Center.
Johann Faulstich is part of a team making parking brakes at Otscon Inc. on Monday.
John Kessler, Matt Harlow, Christina Turner and Johann Faulstich work as a team to make parking brakes for Honda Civics at Otscon on Monday. Kessler oversees the process and inspects the finished product before packaging.
John Kessler inspects parking brakes for Honda Civics at Otscon Inc. on Monday. Kessler has been working at Otscon, an auto part manufacturer, for two and a half years. He oversees the eight people who make parking brakes.
Columbia public workers unload their trucks Monday afternoon at the salt dome on Big Bear Road. The salt dome holds 5,000 tons of salt, but only about 2,000 tons were used during the 2007 winter. Workers expect to have another early morning to handle the suspected snow showers on Wednesday.
Doug O'Connor steers the Ford Escape up the hill as it's towed on Monday morning on U.S. 63, just north of the Grindstone Parkway intersection. The vehicle, owned by John Black, 78, was rear-ended before sliding off the highway. Black's vehicle came to a halt at the bottom of the hill, more than 40 feet from the road.
President-elect Barack Obama takes questions from reporters after announcing his new national security team at a news conference in Chicago, Monday, Dec. 1, 2008. From left to right are: Attorney General-designate Eric Holder; Homeland Security Secretary-designate Janet Napolitano; Defense Secretary Robert Gates; Vice President-elect Joe Biden; Obama; Secretary of State-designate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y.; National Security Adviser-designate Ret. Marine Gen. James Jones; and United Nations Ambassador-designate Susan Rice.
A firefighter works to extinguish a fire at 1302 Elleta Blvd. on Sunday night.
Crew members from the Columbia Fire Department work to extinguish a fire at 1302 Elleta Blvd. on Sunday night.
Elise Wilson, mother of five, home schools her children at their Rocheport home.
November 30, 2008
Ashten Kimbrough is a guest columnist.
Missouri's Leo Lyons, left, takes on Oral Roberts defender Kyron Stokes in the Tigers' victory Nov. 29 at Mizzou Arena.
Elise Wilson home schools her children at their Rocheport home. From left, Daniel, 9, is in third grade; Luke, 13, is in ninth grade; Megan, 10, is between fourth and fifth grade; and Joshua, 5, is in kindergarten.