October 25, 2009
Texas wide receiver Jordan Shipley steps into the end zone after catching an 8-yard pass for a touchdown during the first quarter Saturday.
Costumes from theatrical productions of several eras were sold in a rummage sale called "Blast from the Past" on Saturday. The sale was held at the Warehouse Theatre on the campus of Stephens College. The event was directed by theater department students to raise money for the theater and the Playhouse Costume Shop.
According to a report from State Farm, deer-vehicle collisions rose 14 percent in the last five years. These numbers tend to be the highest in the autumn and winter months.
Tavareon Patrick, 6, picks up trash along the fence surrounding the baseball field at Douglass Park. Patrick is enrolled at Fun City Youth Academy, which organized the community service project.
Jamale Marteen picks up recyclables near the basketball court during the Fun City Youth Academy community service project at Douglass Park on Saturday.
October 24, 2009
Texas wide receiver Malcolm Williams slips by Missouri defender Brian Coulter.
The flowers that sit on this table at Sarah Overfelt's wedding reception on Oct. 4 aren't really flowers at all. Her sister, Olivia Welch-Taylor, helped decorate her wedding by making the flowers out of tissue paper.
Amanda Clinch listens on Saturday as Boone County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Knight reads an e-mail she wrote to a friend about how long it was taking to get a divorce from her ex-husband Jeremy Bohannon.
Tissue-paper flowers sit on a table at Sarah Overfelt's wedding reception. Her sister, Olivia Taylor, created the bouquets as part of an array of money-saving techniques employed for the wedding.
William Clinch, center, listens with his public defenders Paul Hood and Jennifer Bukowsky yesterday during prosecutor Dan Knight's questioning of Amanda Clinch.
Missouri wrestler Nick Marable was third at 165 pounds at last season’s NCAA Championships after winning a Big 12 Conference championship.
Missouri's RaeShara Brown, center, listens to instructions from the coaches during Saturday's women's basketball scrimmage at Brewer Fieldhouse.
Missouri women's basketball players Bailey Gee, left, and Amanda Hanneman play in Saturday's scrimmage at Brewer Fieldhouse.
Marching bands from area schools, MU Greek organizations and the Boone County Fire Protection District were among those who participated in the MU Homecoming Parade on Saturday morning. The parade kicked off at the corner of Conley and Missouri avenues and ended at the corner of Elm and Sixth streets.
Jay Scudder, 16, right, a five-year veteran of marching band at the Adair County R-II High School in Brashear, rehearses with his saxophone before the start of the MU Homecoming Parade on Saturday.
Ashley Zimmer, 16, center, a junior at Fatima High School in Westphalia, practices marching in formation with the band before the start of the MU Homecoming Parade at the Conley Avenue parking garage on Saturday. This is Zimmer's third year in the marching band.
Rock Bridge High School senior Trey Millard (9) carries the ball down field to gain the Bruins a first down against Blue Springs South on Friday night. The Bruins beat the Jaguars 41-34.
Four-year-old Chase Hoffman, center, cheers "ZOU" in front of Delta Tau Delta during Homecoming festivities on Friday night.
Senior Zaire Taylor tries to take a shot while being blocked by sophomore Miguel Paul and freshman John Underwood at the Black and Gold game Friday night.