July 16, 2007
It took several minutes to determine if the ball in the tree was actually Solliday’s.
The Cardinals’ Albert Pujols watches the second of his two home runs against the Phillies, who lost their 10,000th game Sunday.
Jorge De la Rosa was not happy after giving up a solo home run to Cleveland’s Ryan Garko in the fourth inning Sunday.
Columbia police released these three images of the man suspected of robbing Eagle Stop Service on North Providence Road on Sunday.
July 15, 2007
Lt. Col. Edward “Mike” Riggs pins shoulder bars onto the uniform of his son, 2nd Lt. Christopher Riggs, after swearing him in as an officer in the Army. At the ceremony, 2nd Lt. Riggs learned of his assignment to Fort Polk, La., where he will begin his training in the military police.
Tom Rose, a veterinarian, gives this kitten, who doesn’t have a name yet, her first check-up at the Rolling Hills Veterinary Clinic on Thursday.
Megan Northern brought her cat Sienna in for her vaccination. She didn’t know about the license law.
Stephanie Wilbur adjusts the bridle on her horse Damascus. Wilbur, who recently graduated from William Woods University with a degree in equestrian science, worked in high school until she had earned enough money to buy Damascus, her first horse.
Stephanie Wilbur and Damascus D.V. warm-up in the outdoor ring. Wilbur has owned and ridden Damascus for the last seven of his thirteen years.
Katy and Leroy Kovar, left, and Brenda and Jim McClelland drive down the course in a “Whiff and Giggle” tournament at L.A. Nickell Golf Course.
Jill Hamilton tees off on the first hole at L.A. Nickell Golf Course on Saturday in the “Whiff and Giggle” tournament. It was Hamilton’s first time playing in the couples tournament.
Doug Solliday lines up a putt Saturday in the Columbia Senior Golf Championship. He has been runner-up three times at the event.
July 14, 2007
The Hatrick works its way through its first set on the rooftop stage of the Forge and Vine on Seventh Street. Sean Canan, left, keeps a steady beat on the foot tambourine as Pat Kay accompanies on the harmonica. “We are like a human jukebox,” Canan said.
The Hatrick’s Scott Anderson sings during the band’s gig at the Forge and Vine in late May. Anderson and Pat Kay were friends at Westminster College and formed the band, which has had a variety of names, in 2000.
Melanie Johnson-Moxley poses with her “first-born” sock monkey, Daisy Marie, who lives in Sunnyflower Farm. Daisy Marie made sure to add, “Be sure you get my good side.”
Sean Canan on bass, Pat Kay on mandolin and Scott Anderson on guitar are expanding their reportoire with new requests and suggestions at each gig they play.
Rabbi Yossi Feintuch, left, and Minister John Yonker look through a book of sermons. The two church leaders met after Feintuch heard that Yonkers was praying for his son who had been hit by a car. They soon decided their congregations would benefit from meeting each other.