February 22, 2011
Hickman High School's Chris Clark makes his way to the basket against Rock Bridge High School at Tuesday night's Class 5, District 9 semifinal game in Jefferson City. Clark is the only freshman on the Hickman varsity team.
MU junior Matt Stites, No. 7, prepares to throw during practice on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011 at Taylor Stadium. MU baseball's home season will begin on March 4, 2011.
Missouri junior Dusty Ross, No. 17, warms up his arm during practice on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011 at Taylor Stadium. MU baseball's home season will begin on March 4, 2011.
Steve Owens is interim president of the University of Missouri System.
From left, Noah Manring, chairman of MU's department of electrical and computer engineering; Jim Henley, construction engineer; Marty Walker, director of administrative services for MU's College of Engineering; Jim Thompson, dean of the College of Engineering; Randy Curry, director of the Center for Physical and Power Electronics; and Sam Kiger, associate dean of research for the College of Engineering, broke ground Tuesday to celebrate the start of construction of an addition to the Center for Physical and Power Electronics.
Joe Paulsen, director of the Alternate Continuing Education program, works at his desk which views into the student work area on Feb. 16 at the Columbia Secondary Suspension Center at 918 Bernadette Drive.
A reflective metal ball hung from the ceiling reveals a view of the student work area on Feb. 16 at the Columbia Secondary Suspension Center at 918 Bernadette Drive.
Dancers perform at halftime of the Stephens women's basketball game against Harris-Stowe on Monday at Silverthorne Arena.
Chrissy Echeverria, who was the mascot Monday night at the Stephens women's basketball game against Harris-Stowe, cheers on her team from the stands at Silverthorne Arena. This was Echeverria's first time volunteering to be the Stars' mascot. "I've always wanted to wear it. I'm feeling the star power," Echeverria said.
Stephens' Megan Sheffield attempts a shot, but her primary impact in Monday's game against Harris-Stowe at Silverthorne Arena was her 16 rebounds.
February 21, 2011
Stephens senior Cara Leis played her first game since Jan. 15. She had been out with a broken left wrist.
Hickman's Crandon Cook defends Washington's Jared Walde. The Kewpies defensive pressure held the Blue Jays to 50 points.
Hickman's Ernest "L" Dorema out jumps Washington's Nathan Monzyk to win the opening tip of Monday's game in Jefferson City. Dorema, a forward, stayed out of foul trouble and scored 18 points.
From left, Drea Cooper, Meg Theno, Mike Zerby and Kim Grinfeder judge the Newspaper Editing Portfolio category during the 68th Pictures of the Year International competition on Monday. The judging takes place at MU's Reynolds Journalism Institute and draws different photojournalists and filmmakers from around the world to judge tens of thousands of images over several days.
Rain didn't impede Kansas City Royals pitchers Robinson Tejeda, left, and John Lamb from throwing at spring training practice Saturday in Surprise, Ariz. Lamb is a left-handed starter who is tabbed as a future impact player.
With a minor league system full of highly-touted prospects, the Kansas City Royals are upbeat this spring and hope a new day has dawned for the team.
William Taft, taken May 31, 1987.
William Taft, professor emeritus at the Missouri School of Journalism, taken Feb. 22, 1975.
Two bulls and a cow tagged with a radio collar graze on the terraced hillside of a reclaimed surface mine on Jan. 21 in Bell County, Ky. A bill in the Missouri House would make the Missouri Department of Conservation financially responsible for property damage and accidents caused by elk as a result of the department's elk relocation program.
Participants rush into the cold water of Stephens Lake Saturday in the 2011 Special Olympics Polar Plunge.