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Volunteers help racers take their boats out of the water Wednesday at Cooper’s Landing. This year marked 15 years since the Missouri River 340 began.
Volunteer Matthew Hall waits for racers in the water Wednesday at Cooper’s Landing. Hall started volunteering for the MR340 around five years …
From right, volunteers Nick Hergott and Matthew Hall carry a kayak up the boat ramp Wednesday at Cooper’s Landing. The MR340 race started Tues…
Dale Doolittle watches for his childhood friend Kenneth Lambert on Wednesday at Cooper’s Landing. Doolittle and Lambert originally competed in…
The Rolla school said student competitors are challenged to design canoes that minimize drag in the water.
As winter changesto spring, one Missouri family enjoys the tranquility of the Niangua River.
It's a 28-foot-long, 3,000-pound, solid-wood piece of history floating down the Missouri River.This year, the Missouri Department of Conservation is hosting the Lewis and Clark Dugout Canoe Crew at the Missouri State Fair. As part of the living history program, the crew built a replica of the canoes used by the Corps of Discovery to take participants on a ride back through history to 1804
a time when canoes made out of cottonwood trees were Cadillacs and the Missouri River was the highway.
Sailing down the Missouri River near Brunswick, a towboat captain came across a scattered graveyard of canoes. Eleven of them hung helpless on a rock dike extending into the river.About 30 miles south, near Glasgow, seven more canoes got trapped on a sandbar. There are still 106 missing, lost in the temperamental waters.