December 15, 2008
Traffic moved slowly traveling north on Providence Road near Faurot Field on Monday morning.
Students brave the frigid winter weather at MU's Speakers Circle on Monday evening. Tomorrow temperatures are expected to barely break 20 degrees.
Divya Amin fights the cold weather walking down College Avenue on Monday evening. After a night of hail and snow storms, the National Weather Service has forecasted a 60 percent chance of precipitation for Tuesday.
Since his role changed, Missouri senior guard Matt Lawrence has focused on adding more to his game than just his jump shot. In the Feb. 9 upset of Kansas, he showed off his increased versatility. Lawrence scored just four points, but he had three steals, two assists and one huge offensive rebound.
Traffic moved slowly through the icy road conditions traveling north on Providence Road near Faurot Field on Monday morning.
December 14, 2008
Missouri sophomore cornerback Carl Gettis attempts to tackle Oklahoma wide receiver Quentin Chaney during the Big 12 championship game on Dec. 6. “When the opportunity shows itself, I try to show the characteristics of leadership,” Gettis said.
Missouri's Jasmyn Otote, right, blocks a shot attempt by Tennessee Martin's Yalonda Martin in a game last December at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri freshman Bailey Gee attempts a layup during the Tigers' victory Sunday. Gee had a career high 13 points against Tennessee Martin. "I was trying to get to know everything and learn all of Coach Stein’s ways to do stuff, and I finally have just embraced it and know what I’m doing now," she said after the game.
Ian Rich, 13, left, and Randy Calvert, 16, split wood in Harrisburg on Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008. The two are working every Saturday to make some extra money.
The carpet in Shirley Hargis' apartment was supposed to be replaced because of its old age and it being full of mold. Two years later, the carpet has yet to be replaced and Hargis can do nothing about it. She hopes new legislation that imposes tighter standards of living to landlords will pass.
A damaged corner in Shirley Hargis' bathroom exposes mold behind the walls. Hargis said she also has mold growing under her linoleum floors and carpet that her landlord refuses to fix.
The building across from Shirley Hargis' apartment caught fire more than six months ago, but her landlord has yet to do anything about it. "It is ridiculous to be expected to pay rent, and our landlord just sits on his tail and does nothing about it," Hargis said.
Shirley Hargis says she hopes new legislation will pass that imposes tighter local restrictions on landlords. Hargis, along with several thousand other Columbians, lives in an apartment that to most appears as non-livable, with crumbling walls and moldy floors. Hargis says her landlord refuses to fix the problems in her house but still expects her to pay the bills monthly.
Randy Calvert, 16, and Ian Rich, 13, add to a pile of split wood that will eventually be sold in Harrisburg. Calvert, a sophomore at Harrisburg High School, found out about the job opportunity when his basketball coach asked if anyone wanted to work.
A wood splitter makes it way through a piece of wood while Randy Calvert, 16, supervises.
December 13, 2008
The Stephens College basketball team put a sign behind its bench to congratulate coach Dane Pavlovich for earning his master's degree in business administration. The team beat Westminster College 64-59
Murray State's Ivan Aska, left, and Isacc Miles, right, corral Missouri's Leo Lyons during the first half of the Tigers' 75-64 victory over the Racers on Dec. 13 at Mizzou Arena.
Mary and Joseph, played by Corie and John Day, wait in the manger for travelers to come visit them along their journey through a live nativity. The annual event is hosted by the Fairview United Methodist Church and is in its 19th year.
As part of a live nativity, Mary, played by Chelsea Chambers, sits in the manger with baby Jesus, Joseph, played by Caleb Siefkas, and the three wise men at the Fairview United Methodist Church. "Its something we do every year, and Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without it," Chambers says.