July 15, 2008
July 14, 2008
Bryan Hopkins says he believes his connection to the Missouri River might give him an advantage over competitors who are coming to race from other parts of the country.
July 13, 2008
Larry Bossaller explains the benefits of filling in a ditch and connecting two streets near his house Thursday afternoon on West Prairie Lane north of Columbia. Bossaller and some neighbors feel that connecting Prairie Lane and West Prairie Lane will improve safety and travel times.
West Prairie Lane currently does not connect to the eastern portion of Prairie Lane, which lies across a deep ditch with stagnant water, weeds and rocks and is difficult to cross on foot. For a car to drive from Prairie Lane to West Prairie Lane on the other side, the driver must take a lengthy detour south that winds through several streets of both subdivisions.
Christina Schneider serves soup to her son, Jordan, 3, at a Circles meeting at Broadway Christian Church on Thursday. After dinner, Schneider and other Circles participants heard about opportunities on continuing their education and finding future employment.
From left, Samantha Polk, Christina Schneider and Bonnie Koon serve themselves dinner at a Circles meeting at Broadway Christian Church on Thursday. "Basically the whole nine yards of getting your life together," Polk said. Koon came to the meeting to help watch the children of participants.
Judith McKenney poses for a picture at the Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant on Saturday at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre in Florissant. McKenney won second runner-up in the pageant.
Judith McKenney poses for a picture with the other two winners of the Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant on Saturday at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre in Florissn. From left with the trophies, McKenney; Ms. Missouri 2008 Queen, Christine DeHart, and first runner-up, Mary Lou Phipps.