October 11, 2009
The Bookmobile is organized every two weeks by Boone County Regional Library Outreach Services. It visited the Bear Creek neighborhood on Sept. 15, ready with literary projects for the children.
The mobile library stops on Elleta Boulevard in the Bear Creek Neighborhood on Sept. 15. Once the library opens, children gather, play and go through shelves of books.
October 10, 2009
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert runs through the rain on the way to a second-quarter touchdown Thursday against Nebraska.
Gators quarterback Sam Patterson looks for an open receiver in Upward League football competition.
The Tigers' Colbin Clark breaks past the Volunteers' Caillon Nayler and Dawson Meierotto during their Upward League football game.
Tigers head coach Jamie Giggs and assistant coach Doug Candro get their team pumped up for the second half of their game against the Volunteers on Sept. 26 at Stankowski Field. The two teams are part of the Upward Football League, a youth league based on equal playing time, rather than talent.
Sister Francine Koehler reads from the hymnal near the end of Spanish Mass on Oct. 4 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. After Mass, Koehler regularly walks around and speaks to members of the congregation.
Sister Francine Koehler stands during Spanish Mass on Oct. 4 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Koehler has been a nun for about 25 years.
Missouri men's basketball player J.T. TIller watches the Tigers' volleyball match against Texas Tech on Saturday at Hearnes Center. “I just like being a spectator sometimes,” Tiller said.
From right, Mark Koch chats with Debby March and Becky Gohring during his art exhibition at Sven's Kafe and Gallery on October 9. March and Gohring meet Koch nearly every morning in an exercise center at the YMCA of Callaway County. Gohring said, "I appreciate details in his work."
From left, Mark Koch chats with Laura Malzner and Katie Stastny during his art exhibition at Sven's Kafe and Gallery on October 9. Malzner has known Koch since high school. "He has the best sense of humor, and he is kind-hearted," Malzner said. "His work reflects that."
Both Rock Bridge and Hickman High Schools had their homecoming games on Friday night.
Hickman sophomore Jordan Smith (right) is congratulated by his teammates after recovering a fumble from Gateway Tech. during Hickman's homecoming game Friday against Gateway Tech.
Hickman junior Mike Mattie tackles Gateway Tech's Kalcne Petty during Hickman's homecoming football game Friday night against Gateway Tech. Hickman won 19-18.
October 9, 2009
Rock Bridge's Trey Millard, 9, runs the ball during the first half of Friday night's homecoming game against Riverview Gardens.
Rock Bridge defensive end Chase Rome, right, tries to find a route past Riverview Gardens' Tim Williams, left, during Friday night's homecoming game.
Daryl Smith, center, gives a short speech at the Rock Bridge High School Homecoming Pep Rally on Friday morning after being inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame. Orreshia Chapman, left, and Charlie Henderson presented the award and custom Bruins Jersey to Smith. Smith graduated in 1978 and is now the Vice President of the Executive Leadership Council for ARAMARK. He traveled from his current hometown, Lexington, Ky., to be recognized. Michael Graham, Andy Huckaba, and Kurt Ford were also inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame and will be honored at the homecoming game tonight.
Discarded tissue paper lies scattered on the floor in front of a panel that will be part of Hickman High School's homecoming parade on Thursday at Hickman High School. The panel, which proclaimed "Stomp the Jags," was one of three that were put together by the high school students for Friday's parade through downtown Columbia, which was canceled.
Andy Atkins, 17, uses gray tissue paper to fill in gaps in a panel that will be part of Hickman High School's homecoming parade, on Thursday at Hickman High School. The panel, which proclaimed "Stomp the Jags," was one of three that were put together for Friday's parade through downtown Columbia, which was canceled.
Left to right: Eric Young, 16, Tom Majerus, 16, and Andy Atkins, 17, work to fill gaps in a panel, which will be part of Hickman High School's homecoming parade, with tissue paper on Thursday at Hickman High School. Their panel, which proclaimed "Stomp the Jags," was one of three that were put together for Friday's parade through downtown Columbia, which was canceled and might not be rescheduled.