The meeting continued the conference realignment discussion that started Friday with Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden.
The Mid Missouri Soap Box Derby withstood the high temperatures Sunday for a day of racing on Broadway in Columbia.
Racers Thomas Ferguson and Jordan Weltha came away happy at the Mid Missouri Soap Box Derby after winning their divisions. The two will get the opportunity to compete at nationals in Akron, Ohio.
Columbia's Raymond Sapp, 63, was the first to cross the finish line for his age group in the 40K road race at the Missouri State Senior Games. His win qualifies him for his fourth National Senior Games.
Bowling duo roll into their third year of competition together in the 2010 Missouri State Senior Games.
This year's theme of "One world. One heart. One pride." fueled Columbia's PrideFest downtown despite extreme heat and thunderstorms.
Heavy rain could bring 1 to 2 inches to Columbia. The National Weather Service forecasts the rain to begin at 2 p.m.
Pickleball was one of the many events during the Missouri State Senior Games. Missouri Ambassador Skip Deming said pickleball is great because it appeals to people of all ages.
Boy Scouts and Elk members celebrated the 60th annual Flag Day at the Elks Lodge in Columbia with 10 different flags presented.
The Kauffman Center for Performing Arts in Kansas City recently received a $12 million gift. The center is scheduled to open in the fall and will include space for symphonies, opera and ballet.
The Missouri Senior State Games bowling competition featured teams, singles and doubles events.
The machinists union for Boeing's St. Louis plant voted to reject the next contract. They said a strike is possible if a new contract is not reached. The existing contract expires on Sunday.
A man drowned while swimming across the Current River in southeastern Missouri.
The owner takes Holli, an alpaca in a wheelchair, to the Hidden Lake Care Center, where she visits with people who are also in wheelchairs. Holli was paralyzed from the waist down, but her owner, Michelle Zumwalt, has spent thousands of dollars to spare her life.
The couple met while teaching at Grant Elementary. They wed Saturday on the school's playground, despite some afternoon showers.