February 5, 2008
Follow the primary results as states announce their winners.
Angela Rundle said she voted for Barack Obama at the Columbia Public Library this morning because she said he is a self-made man.
Dyann Helming, 45, voted in the presidential primary early Tuesday morning at Unity Church.
Daniel Malone, a senior at MU, voted in the presidential primary Tuesday afternoon at the National Guard Armory Building on Ash Street.
Lon Hedglin voted in the presidential primary Tuesday evening at Rock Bridge Elementary.
Charlene Drury voted at Rock Bridge Elementary on Tuesday evening in the presidential primary.
Columbia College point guard Miroslav Lukic talks about the importance of his family in his education and basketball career.
February 4, 2008
Betty and Bill Woods started Grumpy's Bar-B-Cue after they retired. Their business, their smoke shed and all the food is made from scratch.
Grumpy’s Bar-B-Cue houses several regulars and locals who come for the relaxed atmosphere. “Everybody just becomes family here, that’s all there is to it,” said owner and waitress Betty Woods.
Columbia resident John Batye speaks with Grumpy’s owner and cook, Bill Woods, in December. Grumpy’s, located just off of Highway 240, has been open for five years.
Betty and Bill Woods prepare food in the kitchen at Grumpy’s. The Woodses own and run Grumpy’s from open to close with the occasional help of their daughter and granddaughter. “Everybody just becomes family here, that’s all there is to it,” said Betty Woods.
Sandy Boren cuts a piece of coconut cream pie for a customer during lunch in December. Grumpy’s is known for its pies as well as the deep fried pork tenderloin.
Grumpy's Bar-B-Cue off of Highway 240 just outside of Rocheport is open Wednesday through Saturday. There is a back porch open during the summer.
Betty and Bill Woods opened Grumpy's about five years ago.
The front view of the proposed “Keys to the City” features a 16- to 19-foot “keyhole” structure made of 2-inch square steel framing and 3/8-inch laminated glass. To make it more visible at night, lighting will be stubbed in the sculpture.
Two flanking sculptures will represent steel keys on rings. These keys will be 12 feet tall and made of rusted steel. Ground lighting will illuminate the two flanking pieces at night.
Marcus Hoehn practices with his teammate Tyler McCormick on Monday at the Hearnes Center.
Congressman Kenny Hulshof addresses the media Monday morning at the Columbia Regional Airport. Hulshof currently serves Missouri's 9th Congressional District and on Monday morning officially announced his candidacy for Missouri governor.