September 14, 2007
Mia Snyder places her hands in namaste at the end of a mixed levels class at Elm Street Yoga on September 11. Ursala Yungwirth echos the closing meditative posture behind her.
Students at Elm Street Yoga twist their legs into the eagle pose as they balance against the wall on Tuesday September 11, 2007.
Brazilian Luciano Pagliarini of the Prodir-Saunier Duval team celebrates his Stage 4 win of the Tour of Missouri today in Columbia. Pagliarini finished the 133.4 mile stage in five hours, seven minutes, and 52 seconds.
Racers round the corner of College and Walnut in the final meters of the Columbia stage of the Tour of Missouri.
A solar panel gathers energy to power the Moran's strawbale house. Tom Moran said that these panels cost about $500 each, but since they came with the house, he can't complain.
Ivy, left, and Poison, right, hang out in front of their chicken coop home on the Moran's property. They are fainting goats, and were given to the Morans as a wedding gift.
Click here for a look at how Tom and Jenna Moran live day-to-day in their strawbale home in Cooper County, Mo.
Click here for a slideshow of Stage 4 of the Tour of Missouri, which started in Lebanon, Mo., and ended in Columbia on Friday.
September 13, 2007
Hickman’s offensive line takes pride in opening up holes for their two talented running backs.
Junior outside hitter Yi Zhang-Li helped Columbia College sweep visiting Missouri Baptist Tuesday in Columbia for its fourth straight victory.
Kathy Lawrence, the keynote speaker for the Sustainable Living Fair 2007, thinks Columbia residents can make better use of locally-produced foods and products.
Quarterback Chase Daniel and the Tigers struggled in the second half against Illinois and faded at the same time against Ole Miss.
Citzens provide feedback on the city’s visioning process during an open house at Stephens College on Thursday.
Lindsay Smith, right, made her Tiger debut against Notre Dame on Aug. 31 in Columbia.
Margorie Hunt casts her vote during the Community Choices Open House on Thursday.
The six proposed sites for the new high school.
Bob Barker was added to the Hall of Famous Missourians at the state Capitol in Jefferson City on Wednesday, Sept. 12. In this footage from his acceptance speech, the longtime host and executive producer of the game show "The Price is Right" jokes about his bronze likeness and talks about beating up comedian Adam Sandler.
September 12, 2007
Priscilla Bevins, right, and Russ Byefocal, left, listen to the speakers during the Sept. 11 memorial and candlelight vigil Tuesday night at the Courthouse Square. "I really feel hard for those who are over there. It's just been a waste of so many lives," said Bevins.
Joyce Chastain lights her candles at the Sept. 11 memorial and candlelight vigil Tuesday night. More than 130 people attended the event.