February 4, 2010
In this product image provided by H.J. Heinz Co., the new Dip & Squeeze Heinz ketchup package is shown. The new design has a base that's more like a cup for dipping and also a tear-off end for squeezing. The new design holds three times as much ketchup than a traditional packet.
A small plane sits in the grass at Columbia Regional airport after going off the runway Thursday.
Darryl Burton, Dennis Fritz and Josh Kezer all served years in prison for crimes they did not commit. They shared their stories at a Midwest Innocence Project presentation in MU’s Neff Hall Auditorium on Wednesday evening.
Missouri redshirt senior guard Zaire Taylor goes for a layup. Texas A&M beat Missouri 77-74 on Wednesday night.
John Stegner, left, and Frank Frevert, right, get assistance from Children's Miracle Network coordinator Molly Myers in voting for Columbia radio station Y107 as "North America's Most Caring Radio Station." The contest is an effort to raise $50,000, which would go toward MU Health Care's Children's Hospital. Culver's restaurant hosted a voting booth all day on Wednesday.
A flier for the "North America's Most Caring Radio Station" contest sits in Culver's restaurant in Columbia on Wednesday. The restaurant gave away free ice cream to customers who voted for the Columbia station Y107 in an effort to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network.
February 3, 2010
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel said he was satisfied with this year's recruiting class and that he wants to continue to raise the bar.
Shari Bauer, a resident of Paquin Tower, listens to Robert McDavid answer an audience-provided question on handicapped accessibility in Columbia during the first mayoral candidates forum held at Paquin Tower on Wednesday evening.
Miguel Horn listens to the mayoral candidates speak at the first public forum held on Wednesday evening at Paquin Tower held by nonprofit CARE@Paquin. Audience members provided questions for the candidates to address via cards given to the moderator at the start of the event.
Time enforcer Lyn Williams had to cut off mayor candidate Sid Sullivan numerous times throughout the first mayoral candidate forum held on Wednesday evening at Paquin Tower. Each candidate received 90 seconds to answer the question posed by moderator Vicki Russell.
Five of the six mayoral candidates answered questions provided by the audience during the first mayoral candidate forum of 2010 held at Paquin Tower on Wednesday evening. The event, sponsored by local nonprofit CARE@Paquin, was open to both the residents and the general public.
People come out to Stephens Lake Park to sled on Jan. 7. Missouri has received 10 inches of snow so far this winter, compared to last winter's 3 inches. More snow is predicted for the weekend.
Rebekah Sobieck, 4, makes a Valentine's Day card at the Audrey Webb Child Study Center on Wednesday. Rebekah's preschool class made the cards for the Truman Veterans Hospital.
This photo released by the National Trust For Historic Preservation shows the Old Courthouse in St. Louis which was named Wednesday as one of a Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Columbia firefighters were called to Rustic Meadows Trailer Court at 2:24 a.m. on Wednesday for a report of a structure fire.
February 2, 2010
Brick streets, throughout Columbia | The bricks on and around Lee Street in East Campus have paved the road since 1909, making the area one of the oldest brick pavings in Columbia. There are 10 streets in Columbia that are fully or partially paved in brick. The streets slow traffic and have an old-world feel, the Columbia Historic Preservation Commission said.
Schlundt Hall, MU, south of University Avenue and west of College Avenue | Built in 1922, Schlundt Hall was named after Herman Schlundt, an MU professor and chemistry department chairman. Located in MU's white campus, the building is the sixth most notable property named at MU.
Stephens stables, Stephens College campus, 203 Old 63 | The Saddleseat/Western Barn, pictured in this panorama photo composite, was constructed in 1939. The barn is the home to the Prince of Wales Club, which is the oldest continually active riding club across the country.
The Berry Building, Walnut and Orr streets | Built as a storage warehouse in 1924, the Berry Building was best known as the Nowell Wholesale Grocery Company owned by the Nowell Family. It is now home to loft apartments and commercial spaces.
The Baugher home, 211 Bingham Road | The home was one of the first four houses built in the Grasslands neighborhood. The house was a Georgian-style home designed by the local architect and MU professor Harry Satterlee Bill. It was constructed in 1927.