November 25, 2008
MU's Jessra Johnson shoots over Indiana's Jamie Braun on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Johnson had 15 points and 12 rebounds, her second straight double-double.
Indiana’s Amber Jackson grabs a rebound against Missouri’s Marissa Scott on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Jackson had three of Indiana’s 45 rebounds; Missouri had 34 rebounds.
Megan Wilson had to change her plans when she found out this season would be her last on the MU volleyball team.
Boone County Fire Protection District Fire Chief Steve Paulsell announced he was being forced to retire from his post Tuesday afternoon in front of Boone County Fire Protection District headquarters.
Sara Reichert collects donated winter clothing from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Her husband, Matt, who has been deployed to Afghanistan, saw that many of the low-wage military security escorts at his base were without winter clothing. Sara has since collected clothing from neighbors and from the church to send to the military escorts.
MU wrestler Todd Schavrien, bottom, came to Missouri after a disappointing season at Arizona State.
November 24, 2008
Amanda Stapp and Kathleen Kaumans, both of Columbia, watch as friends take their turns bowling on Sunday. A life-size cardboard mock-up of Stapp's husband, Jason Stapp, a National Guardsman deployed to Kosovo in May, accompanies the group to Town and Country Lanes almost every Sunday. The figure is designed to help loved ones cope with the absence of family members in the military.
From right, recreation specialist and Vice President of Douglass Neighborhood Association Bill Thompson, Parks and Recreation Director Mike Griggs and senior parks planner Michael Snyder discuss renovations to Douglass Park Monday evening in a conference room at the Armory Sports Center in Columbia.
Linda Green of the mid-Missouri chapter of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom spoke Monday morning at the Labor Temple in Columbia. She talked about cases in which she said the Columbia Police Department used questionable judgment in Taser use on citizens.
MU offensive coordinator Dave Christensen
Dick Burhans of Harrisburg is the author of "Crunch! A History of the Great American Potato Chip." The inspiration for his new book came after a shopping trip in Ohio where regional brands of chips are prevalent.
Trish Vincent is the chief of staff for Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt.
Mike Criner poses with 10 of his German Shepherds at 9371 South Smith Hatchery Road on Nov. 13. Criner is trying to sell the puppies for $100 each; their mother gave birth to the litter eight weeks ago.
The 10 German shepherd puppies being sold play in their pen on Nov. 13. Mike Criner's German shepherd, Lady, gave birth to the litter eight weeks ago.
Mike Criner pets his German shepherd, Lady, while Rusty looks on. Criner said he tried to keep Rusty and Lady separate while she was in heat, but the two dogs had a litter of puppies about eight weeks ago.
A homemade sign advertises puppies for sale. Mike Criner is trying to sell 10 German shepherd puppies for $100 each.
Ten 8-week-old German shepherds scamper about in their pen. Mike Criner is trying to sell the puppies for $100 each.
Mike Criner plays with Lady, the mother of the 10 puppies he is trying to sell.
November 23, 2008
Stan Porter, left, spent the weekend keeping track of seven teams at the Show-Me State 3v3 Soccer Tournament at MU's Stankowski Field.
MU senior Brian Washington sorts food for Alpha Phi Alpha's Thanksgiving food drive. The fraternity collected and distributed meals for 30 families.