October 27, 2007
Becca Brauer scrubs painted graffiti off of a light pole on the corner of Cherry Street and Seventh Street early on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 27, 2007, as part of a graffiti removal abatement effort.
Tahashana Moody, 6, paints herself onto a mural on the north side of the Heibel-March building, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2007. This building is a hopeful location of a community center for residents of the North Central area.
Amy Stephenson Woods (right), a local artist, and Peter Byger, left, a member of the Corner Action Committee, help paint a mural on the north side of the Heibel-March building on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2007. This building is a hopeful location of a community center for residents of the North Central area. Gennie Pfannenstiel, Central Methodist art professor, designed the mural, and Boone County Electric Cooperative furnished supplies to paint the mural.
PedNet moved on bicycles instead of in cars.
PedNet Executive Director Ian Thomas leads volunteers down West Boulevard as they move the organization's multiple at-home offices to their new downtown location in Columbia on Friday, Oct. 26, 2007.
Moving by bike: What it took to complete Friday's move
October 26, 2007
Bill Cocos has attended 439 of MU’s 441 games (home and away) since 1969.
October 25, 2007
Sophomore middle hitter Maria Omondi came to Columbia College after playing for the Kenyan National Team.
Cara Leis wants to play volleyball, basketball and softball all four years at Stephens College.
Jeni Allton leaves her friend's haunted house on Windsor Street on Oct. 17. Although past residents have had spooky encounters, none of the home's new residents have been able to spot a ghost.
Jaime Sweeney said he experienced creepy, unexplained phenomena while living in the house at 1503 Windsor St.
David Lagasse, left, and his nephew, Bryan Page watch as Aaro Froese demonstrates one of the magic tricks he sells at Gotcha Costume Shop. Gotcha has a variety of entertainment goods and is busy this time of year, renting out costumes for Holloween.
Braxton Gardener, 8, of Ridgeway Elementary School is shown how to play the viola by Missouri Strings Project instructor Courtney Burris during the open house for the project at MU's Fine Arts Building on Sept. 08. The Missouri Strings Project strives to promote music education in elementary school students.
Trentynne Davis, 9 of Ridgeway Elementary School tries a half-size violin with the help of MU senior Justin Frieda during the open house for the Missouri Stings Project at MU's Fine Arts Building on Sep. 8. Frieda has been an instuctor with the project for the past three years.
Shelly Stewart instructs Emma Olson, 8, of Lee Elementary School during the open house of the Missouri Strings Project on Sept. 8.
Kristy Workman, 8, of Midway Heights Elementary School tries a viola with the assistance of Courtney Burris during the open house for the Missouri Stings Project at MU's Fine Arts Building on Sept. 8.
Chrissy Svetlic has played No. 1 doubles for the Tigers the past two years.
Bob Kvam, left, lines up his shot while Joe Kunce, right, waits for his turn.
MU tennis coach Blake Starkey says freshman Mallory Weber "likes to hit it once and come right at you."