September 9, 2007
Fred Hawthorne, a member of Mid-Missouri Model Sailing Club, explains a boat's name. Hawthrone became a member of the club three months ago.
September 8, 2007
A 26-inch American alligator was caught in South Farm Lake in southeast Columbia. Phil Pitts and Kevin Hempen remove the alligator from gill nets that were used in its capture.
Missouri Department of Conservation workers attempted to catch the alligator live using nets but it drowned after it became caught in the nets. The American alligator, native to the southeasten United States was thought to be illegally transplanted to the lake.
Kim and Duke Fennewald sit in the middle of Eighth Street during the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival.
September 6, 2007
Jeanna Sanders, Trisha Patchett and Renee Ward play Pictionary at a Ronald McDonald House Charities fundraiser Thursday. It’s the event’s second year.
September 5, 2007
Roots' biodiesel Veggie Bus is fueled by recycled vegetable oil from Columbia area restaurants and is used to take the students on field trips.
Suspended Chiefs defensive end Jared Allen can be on the practice field, but only by himself.
Harvested tomatos await washing before being made available for sampling in the festival. Master Gardeners from surrounding counties helped prepare for the event.
Leslie Shaw, horticulturist at the Bradford Research and Extension Center, picks tomatoes for the center's third-annual Tomato Festival, which will be held on September 6.
Peppers are harvested for the third-annual Tomato Festival, at the MU Bradford Research and Extension Center, which will take place on Sept. 6, 2007.
Cardinals starter Mark Mulder is consoled by a teammate after giving up three runs in the second inning Wednesday against the Pirates.
Notre Dame's main administration building is widely recognized because of its golden dome.
Assistant coach Mindy Bullard, right, uses her recent experience as an MU golfer to relate to players like Tiger junior Denaye Dollens.
September 4, 2007
Rick Roeber finished in just under four hours at Monday’s 48th Annual Heart of America Marathon. Roeber has now run 29 marathons without shoes.
Lloyd Jacobs, left, a starting forward for the Columbia College men’s soccer team, said he chose Columbia over a bigger city because it felt more like his hometown of Middlesbrough, England.
Hickman senior Tucker Bounds, left, once the Kewpies’ starting running back, now starts at quarterback after Doug Luetjen’s injury.