Another one in the books

The U.S. senate race wasn't the only race in town Tuesday. Missourian staff photographers fanned out across Columbia to cover the election from the local perspective.

In the mood for football

Fans came to soak up the atmosphere as well as the ballgame when Rock Bridge High School and Hickman High School faced off at MU's Farout Field on Oct. 13. Hickman Kewpie fans stayed excited to the end of the game although Rock Bridge won 48-0.

Life in the fast lane

NASCAR driver and former Columbia resident Carl Edwards acknowledges about 100,000 screaming fans before the Nextel Cup Banquet 400 race on Oct. 1 at the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, KS. Missourian photographer Lyle Whitworth followed Edwards during public appearances, downtime, and two races in Kansas City on Sept. 28- Oct. 1. Listen to Whitworth discuss following Edwards' track.

MU Tigers go 4-0

The MU Tigers beat Ohio 31-6 in their final non-conference game of the regular season on Saturday, September 23. The Tigers' defense kept the game close despite three offensive turnovers.

Marionettes for the Masses

The National Marionette Company of Chicago came to the Heritage Festival on the weekend of Sept. 16 and 17.

Ralph Kipniss, the Master Puppeteer of the company, brought marionettes to life with the National Marionette Company of Chicago's redition of "Pinocchio."

Tigers start the season strong

Sophomore quarterback Chase Daniel (left, with teammate Brad Ekwerekwu) put himself in the record book wtih five touchdown passes in a 47-7 deafeat of Murray State Saturday at Faurot Field in front of 50,074 people. Missourian photographers captured the game and pregame activities.

Friendship, laughter and some music, too

For the bell choir of Columbia's 50 Plus Program, their gatherings are about more than just the music. They are also about good humor and friendship.
Listen to the way their music serves a purpose beyond a concert for the listener.