March 18, 2008
March 17, 2008
Carly, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, obediently awaits a treat from owner and handler Bill Shelton after showing at the Columbia Kennel Dog Show on March 8. The pair traveled from Los Angeles for the event. "Just like a hobbyist spends their time and money on a boat, we put our resources into Carly," Bill Shelton said.
Carl and Merna Sneed.
Four people walk past Ellis Library on the MU campus Monday. Columbia is forecast to receive 1-2 inches of rain.
MU student Anne Wohlgemuth walks on the top level of the Hitt Street garage Monday afternoon. She said that she decided to wear rubber boots exclusively because of the weather. "It has nothing to do with fashion," she said.
Guitar Hero has made its mark on popular culture, and it recently exceeded $1 billion in sales. The game has been the subject of tournaments around the nation, and it has also appeared in music videos and TV shows.
A man walks on Hitt Street under heavy rain Monday.
Robert "Bob" LeMone was seen by friends as a mentor to many and always willing to help others.
Robert Meyer "Bob" LeMone
Junior forward Leo Lyons, center, is projected as the No. 56 pick in the 2009 draft by nbadraft.net.
Sabrina Braden, right, wrestles Kelsey Day. Braden went on to lose to Tia Thompson in the championship match of the all-girls arm-wrestling tournament held Saturday at Café Berlin. The event raised $250 for the restaurant.
March 16, 2008
Rebecca Segovia-Johnson, far left, shares a meal with family members in early March. Segovia-Johnson is being deployed to Kosovo, her first overseas deployment in more than 23 years with the Missouri National Guard. Joining her from left are her husband, David Johnson; Maggie Lister; and Andrew and Katie Hastie and their children, Serendipity and Thane.
Rebecca Segovia-Johnson prepares for a family dinner.
Sgt. Garrett Poole spends time relaxing with his wife in their home . Two days later, Sgt. Poole left for his final training before being deployed to Kosovo.