October 2, 2007
October 1, 2007
Texas’ Limas Sweed is stripped by Kansas State’s Chris Carney. The Longhorns and Oklahoma weren’t the only top teams to drop the ball on Saturday. Seven of the nation’s top 13 ranked teams earned their first loss.
Janet Marsh, a co-owner of 9th Street Video, talks to a customer on the phone while she searches for video titles. "We actually have some customers who watch more movies than I do," Marsh says.
Janet Marsh, a co-owner of 9th Street Video, says her store has been successful because it's not a chain store. "We have a different kind of selection here," she says.
Jill McCoy, owner of McCoy's Pumpkin Farm in Centraila, moves a table to make a path for the new donkey, Keisha. McCoy and her husband, Roger McCoy, sell more than 50 varieties of gourds, pumpkins and squash.
Peach Tree Farm Pumpkin Patch, located just outside of Boonville, opened for the first day of the season on Monday. Owner, Bruce Arnett, 48, left, and friend Dewayne Murray, 44, put together a teepee for the kids to play in.
McCoy's Pumpkin Farm in Centralia is owned by Roger and Jill McCoy. The farm has a variety of animals including their cat, Boss, as well as rabbits, goats and exotic chickens.
Jill and Roger McCoy, owners of McCoy's Pumpkin Farm, coax their new donkey, Keisha, toward the pen to join the other two donkeys, Beauty and Little Tiny Tim.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel gives a talk Monday to players from the Columbia Youth Football League.
Mary Lou Black, 61, of Columbia, works 20 hours a week at the Columbia Housing Authority through the Experience Works program.
September 30, 2007
Seniors Allison Wulff, left, and Elizabeth Worsowicz play at No. 1 doubles for the Rock Bridge girls tennis team.
Rock Bridge senior Brian Breeding fights for the ball against Raymore-Peculiar on Saturday.
Freshman Catie Wilson's mental grasp on college volleyball has impressed MU coach Wayne Kreklow.
Missouri's Weiwen Wang, left, follows the ball as Oklahoma's Julie Chester makes a hit Saturday in the Tigers' victory.
Probationary firefighter J.E. Hatfield catches up with friends on his cell phone during a quiet evening at the firehouse. Hatfield is 12 months into his 18-month probationary period with the Columbia Fire Department.
Lt. Travis Gregory, left, looks on as probationary firefighter J.E. Hatfield discusses a recent call with fire engineer Dennis Long, not pictured. When a fire station is on call overnight or on weekends, the firefighters pass their time talking, watching TV and waiting for an emergency call.
Hatfield, right, and Lt. Travis Gregory, left, help stabilize a victim of an injury collision on Clark Lane on Friday.