December 1, 2007
Missouri's Jeremy Maclin battles Oklahoma defender Lendy Holmes.
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Chase Daniel celebrates after scoring the Tigers' first touchdown of the game.
Two hopeful Missouri fans.
With Oklahoma's Joe Jon Finley on his back, Missouri's Andrew Gachkar (40) tries to tackle running back Allen Patrick (23).
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel runs from linebacker Curtis Lofton, right.
November 30, 2007
Tony Temple one rushing touchdown per game since returning from an injury he suffered Oct. 6 against Nebraska.
Allyson Kasper, 10, and her mother Donna Kasper talk about their favorite cereals in their Columbia home. They both have celiac disease and laughed about the fact that their favorite cereals are based off catroon characters. Allyson's favorite is based on Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Donna's is based on Dora the Explorer.
Gluten-free products are often double or more the cost of their gluten-free counterparts.
Although Evan Kasper, 4, does not have celiac disease like his mother Donna and sister Allyson, 10. He doesn't mind the rice noodles that his mother uses to make spaghetti, its one of his favorite meals.
Tom Warhover is the Columbia Missourian's executive editor for innovation.
Joe Fischer, a manager for Shakespeare's, packs a box of frozen pizzas for overnight delivery Thursday at the store's location off West Broadway.
November 29, 2007
Juliana Quadrado, left, Luana Branco, center, and Fabiane Nass look towards the ball in the match against Campbellsville University (Kansas) on Wednesday. The Columbia Cougars lost to the Campbellsville Tigers during opening night of the NAIA Volleyball National Champsionship at Southwell Complex.
Electrician Ben Wischmeyer works to install solar panels on the roof of the Columbia Area Career Center on Wednesday.
Paul Metzger, left, talks with co-worker Ben Wischmeyer, on the roof of the Columbia Area Career Center in front of a spread of twelve solar panels given to the Career Center by the Water and Light Department. Metzger and Wischmeyer are working on the wiring for the recently installed solar panels.
Ben Wischmeyer, an electrician working with the “M and M” company, works to electrically attach solar panels together on the roof of the Columbia Area Career Center. The center was given twelve solar panels by the city of Columbia’s Water and Light department as educational tools.
Paul Metzger, left, talks with co-worker Ben Wischmeyer, right, in front of a spread of twelve solar panels.
It took a season for Kenyan Maria Omondi’s natural talent to show.
Columbia College's Daniela Brazolino makes a return Thursday against Mobile.