November 27, 2007
Robin Morrison examines the logbook of a bonus letterbox she discovered after deciphering a code on Oct. 22. Often, additional clues to other close boxes will be hidden on site.
Robin Morrison examines a logbook on Oct. 22. Logbooks are located inside hidden letterboxes. Each person who finds the logbook marks it with a personalized stamp.
A road trip might be the cheapest option for MU TIger fans following their team to San Antonio for the Big 12 Championship. And fans willing to add 20 miles to the more than 900-mile journey can enjoy a more scenic, less traveled route.
November 26, 2007
Adam Guy stands in front of a selection of baked goods at Upper Crust on Elm Street.
Left: With hopes of getting an arrest, police released a picture from surveillance camera video last weekend of a man walking down a hallway at the Hampton Inn, 3410 Clark Lane. Police thought the man in the video could be responsible for two robberies at Comfort Inn, including the one in which White was killed early Saturday.
Right: Dwight T. Hayes
Andrea Furlong, 8, tries to read her book while her cousin Dacota Furlong, 7, takes a break from jumping on the trampoline see what she’s up to.
From left, Tanja Patton listens to the amaryllis workshop instructor Mary Ann Gowdy talk about how to fertilizer newly purchased plants, as Sheila Cook and Matt Miller get ready to plant their bulbs.
A Red Peacock variety of amaryllis bulb waits to be planted during the amaryllis workshop at MU on Nov. 15.
Rob Odom, a University Hospital employee, carefully plants an amaryllis plant during the amaryllis workshop. Odom says he is planting one for himself and one for his mother as a holiday gift this season.
A Red Peacock variety of amaryllis bulbs wait to be planted during the amaryllis workshop.
Adam Guy is just 23, but he already owns five businesses: Direct Wristbands, The Upper Crust, Cold Stone Creamery, the Elm Street Ballroom and the Magic of Adam Guy.
Professional land surveyor Tim Reed explains why calculating topography is important and shows some of the tools his crew uses when evaluating the site of the new high school. Get a preview of the St. Charles Road Development property before construction begins.
November 25, 2007
Kathy Snipes, left, works on her loom as Sarah Natani offers advice during a Navajo weaving workshop at Hillcreek Fiber Studio on Nov. 13. "Weaving is like mmeditation," says Natani. "If you're felling bad, and you sit down to weave, you feel better."
Sarah Natani uses a Navajo lap spindle during a workshop to demonstrate the Navajo method of spinning wool into yarn.
Hand-carved wooden Navajo weaving combs rest on a Table Mesa rainbow weaving design made by Sarah Natani.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel (10) led the Tigers to the Big 12 North title with a win over Kansas
Missouri senior guard Stefhon Hannah drives past Western Illinois' James Washington.