October 22, 2007
Barbara Michael, a pet minister, blesses the animals at the Columbia Humane Society on Sept. 15. "It's a way to honor animals," Michael said. "They are expressions of the love of God, too."
The bleary weather kept Burgundy Anderson and Alysa Tarantino inside at Kaldis Coffee, at the corner of Ninth and Cherry, on Monday evening. According to KMIZ/Channel 17’s weather team, however, today and Wednesday should be dry with highs near 60.
Sen. Chuck Graham
Abu Asal tells personal encounters from the Darfur genocide to a crowd at Ellis Auditorium on Monday. Abu has lived in the U.S. for just over a year and teaches English as a second language course in Massachusetts.
New Royals manager Trey Hillman says he already bleeds Royals Blue.
Steve Curry, owner of Spicewine Ironworks, welds a hinge on to a smoker at their garage on Oct. 19. Spicewine Ironworks sells award-winning sauces and rubs along with their smokers.
Owners of Spicewine Ironworks Randy Ham, left, and Jay Curry inspect a finished smoker before it is shiped to Florida. The Spicewine Ironworks smokers are sold across the nation.
Jay Curry, left, and Steve Curry of Spicewine Ironworks inspect a smoker Oct. 19.
October 21, 2007
Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated on Saturday night.
Christian M. Goldsmith, 19, was arrested on Oct. 21 on suspicion of two counts of second-degree assault and felonious leaving the scene of an accident.
Trinekqua Betts, left, Ian Kleecamp and Vaunye Drake shone on the dance floor at Rock Bridge High School’s Homecoming dance on Saturday, October 20, 2007.
South African women gather in a traditional beer garden. Older women often assemble in these gardens to buy beer on the day they receive their pensions.
Keith Chan draws action figures to create his superhero comic. He worked on his series during 24 Hour Comics Day.
Kelly Major worked all night to finish her meticulously drawn comic book “Elves Happen,” about a girl who meets elves that start taking over her life. She was one of about 12 people who partook in 24 Hour Comics Day at Quinlan Keep.
Elaine Sawtell, a native of Springfield, Mo., works through the rubble with her dog, Kachi, during the first of two twenty-minute tests for canine certification with the Federal Emergency Management Assocation disaster search and rescue Sunday. Sawtell, who works with the Nebraska Task Force, is one of the most experienced handlers in the country. Twenty-four handler and dog teams came from all over the country for the evaluation in Columbia.
Allison Brown plays with Loki, a wilderness rescue dog, while her parents, Allen and Alicia Brown, and Loki's handler, Roger Matthews, watch. Loki completed a test to be re-certified as a search and rescue dog with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which ran a certification workshop in Columbia Saturday and Sunday. Matthews and Loki work with Park County Search and Rescue in Colorado.
Elaine Sawtell, from Springfield, Mo., works through the rubble with her dog, Kachi, during the first of two twenty-minute tests for canine certification with the Federal Emergency Management Association disaster search and rescue Sunday. Sawtell, who works with the Nebraska Task Force, is one of the most experienced handlers in the country. Twenty-four handler and dog teams came from all over the country for the evaluation in Columbia.
Missouri starter Aaron Crow attempts a pick-off throw to first baseman Kurt Calvert on Sunday in the third game of a best-of-five exhibition series.