March 6, 2014
Bill Easley, 74, has lived in Columbia since 1994. Among his priorities for the First Ward are finding ways to train residents for jobs, and making sure bus routes are serving both students and residents.
Elizabeth Martin, 9; Kael Miranda, 9; Kyan Hill, 8; Samantha Dodd, 11; and Unique Allen, 10, wait for their division to begin for the CoMo Cares All Natural Children's Pageant on Feb. 15 at the Stoney Creek Inn. The goal of the pageant is to promote self-confidence in children.
Oakland Middle School students laugh after Holocaust survivor Ben Fainer says that he is a ladies' man on Thursday. Fainer showed videos and spoke about his time in Nazi concentration camps from ages 9 to 15.
Sonia Emmons, left, and her mother, Vera Emmons, tell the story of their grandmother, mother and Holocaust survivor Gerda Nothman Luner at Oakland Middle School on Thursday.
Holocaust survivor Ben Fainer speaks about his experiences during the Holocaust at Oakland Middle School on Thursday. Fainer was in six Nazi concentration camps between the ages of 9 and 15.
Holocaust survivor Ben Fainer lifts his sleeve to show his numbered tattoo to Oakland Middle School students on Thursday. Fainer was in six Nazi concentration camps between the ages of 9 and 15.
Tolton guard Isaiah Wilson dribbles past Linn guards Alec Strope and Tanner Jurd, left, during Wednesday night's Class 2 sectional matchup at Fleming Fieldhouse in Jefferson City.
Tony Grove, a co-owner of Grove Construction, stands in front of the Heibel-March Building on Wednesday. He purchased the the building to renovate it for office space.
A mural decorates the side of the historic Heibel-March Building. The building has served many different purposes, but it is now the office of Grove Construction.
Bricks from the renovation of the Heibel-March Building sit outside the property on Wednesday. Tony Grove purchased the building to use as office space for his business, Grove Construction.
March 5, 2014
Steve Goldberg, front, cheers with the Zou Crew at the Missouri men's basketball team's 57-56 victory over Texas A&M on Wednesday.
Wes Clark dribbles down court in the Missouri men's basketball team's 57-56 victory over Texas A&M on Wednesday.
Texas A&M's Jamal Jones puts his hands over his head minutes before the end of Wednesday's game. Texas A&M lost to Missouri 57-56.
Missouri's Jordan Clarkson dribbles the ball down the court at the Missouri vs. Texas A&M game on Wednesday. Missouri won 57-56.
Columbia College guard Heather English goes to shoot while Hannibal-LaGrange guard Juliana Lopes Roberto, center, and forward Cassidy Trenhaile defend during the American Midwest Conference Tournament quarterfinals Wednesday at Columbia College. Columbia College won 90-43.
Columbia College forward Janairrika Bland attempts to keep the ball away from Hannibal-LaGrange forward Cassidy Trenhaile during the American Midwest Conference tournament quarterfinals.
Columbia College forwards Kayla Washington, left, and Laurel Wichmann, right, block Hannibal-LaGrange forward Morgan Winkler during the American Midwest Conference tournament quarterfinals Wednesday at Columbia College.
Columbia College forward Janairrika Bland jumps for the ball with Hannibal-LaGrange forward Ashleigh Hurd-Spencer during the quarterfinal game of the American Midwest Conference tournament. Columbia College won 90-43.
Columbia College's women's basketball team gathers on the court before their game against Hannibal-LaGrange University on Wednesday at the American Midwest Conference tournament quarterfinals. Columbia College won 90-43.
Nine of the 12 students who will travel to Nicaragua this summer to build a school in the rural community are shown in the composite image. The MU Panhellenic Association gave the MU Circle of Sisterhood $20,000 toward the $55,000 needed to build the school.