August 30, 2009
Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Zack Greinke is greeted by catcher Miguel Olivo after Greinke threw a one-hitter Sunday against the Seattle Mariners.
Carl Edwards does a backflip Sunday after winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.
Rolandis Woodland works through Missouri's final scrimmage Thursday. He is gearing up to play his first season as a receiver for the Tigers. After attending a prep school for a semester, Woodland redshirted last season.
Senior forward Michelle Collins takes off after the ball in an Aug. 30 game against DePaul at Walton Stadium. As a junior, Collins led the team in assists.
Kendra Collins, left, and Michelle Collins share a moment before the start of Sunday's game against DePaul at Walton Stadium. The sisters are both forwards on the Missouri women's soccer team.
Senior forward Michelle Collins battles with DePaul's Janina Locascio and Chelsea Grant for control of the ball during Sunday's game at Walton Stadium.
June Grote talks to Lt. Debbie Sorrell about the benefits of Columbia for retirement at the Mature Living Festival on Aug. 28, 2009. June Grote travelled from Corpus Christi, Texas, to visit her daughter.
Lt. Debbie Sorrell gives June Grote a jar lid gripper at the Mature Living Festival on Aug. 28, 2009. June Grote traveled from Corpus Christi, Texas, to attend the festival and visit her daughter.
Sam and Joyce Davee visit a health insurance booth to look at their options. Health was a popular topic this year at the Mature Living Festival held Aug. 28, 2009, at the Holiday Inn Expo Center.
Missouri graduate student Daniel Huaco discusses bible study with Micah Kelley. Kelley's organization, The Impact Movement, was one of 25 ministries with booths at Rooted's ministry fair.
Hayden Hartman, 3, of Hartsburg dashes for candy tossed from the various floats and vehicles during the annual Cattleman Days Rodeo parade in downtown Ashland on Saturday. The parade, which was one of many events during the two-day rodeo, featured just as many cars as horses, and led up to a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo later that night.
Braxton O'Bryan, 5, finishes up the annual Cattleman Days Rodeo parade on his miniature horse on Saturday in Ashland. This is the 33rd year the Cedar Valley Riders have hosted the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo in Ashland.
From left, Alyssa Dement, 5, Lexie Geissert, 5, Lexi Branson, 8, and Hayley Klemme, 5, of the Southern Boone Girl Scouts, toss candy to parade goers during the annual Cattleman Days Rodeo parade in downtown Ashland on Saturday. The rodeo features several kid-friendly events, as well as a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association-sponsored rodeo.
From left, Jess Bowers, Annika Farrar, 4, and Olivia Farrar, 6, drive their miniature horse Copper through downtown Ashland during the Cattleman Days Rodeo annual parade in Ashland. Copper, a member of the Cedar Creek Theraputic Riding Center, had no trouble keeping up with the rest of the parade, despite his size.
River City Construction worker John Shannon cuts metal beams for the renovation of Evangelical Free Church of Columbia's worship space on Tuesday. Evangelical Free is currently in phase one of its renovation.
August 29, 2009
Sister Agnes Schlereth stands in the nave of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Columbia on July 29, 2009. Schlereth is preparing for retirement after 25 years spent working for the parish.
Formerly the Smarr family's property, the house at 600 S. Garth Ave. in the Old Southwest neighborhood stands back from the road, hidden by extensive foliage. The Gordon family is trying to purchase the property to keep it from developers, and they're asking others in the neighborhood to help them raise the money.
Lauren McDonald celebrates her tetherball victory over her mom, Jennifer McDonald, outside of the opening of Columbia Independent School's new campus on Friday. Lauren and her mother will consider CIS for fourth grade next year, visiting the campus to get a feel for the school. "I expected the school to be more stuffy, but it was a really open environment," Jennifer McDonald said.
New cubbies for Mrs. Schust's fifth grade class line a hallway in the lower school at the opening of Columbia Independent School on Friday. CIS opened the new campus off Stadium Boulevard, adding a Pre-Kindergarden class and creating lower, middle, and upper schools with an increased capacity of 505 students.
Left to right, Barbara Savage, the director of the lower school; Kasye Beza, the director of the middle school; Doug Sept, the director of the upper school; John Thompson, the chair of the board of trustees; Scott K. Gibson III, new head of school; Nancy Fay; and Steve Smith cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Columbia Independent School on Friday. CIS opened the new combined campus for Pre-K to 12th grade.