The "Onewheels" invaded Columbia yesterday. A Onewheel is a type of electric skateboard.
Something happens Tuesday 7AM-11AM
Blossom on the trunk
Replacement tree at Rotary Park
And there it is.
A little late, but here are some students' Arbor Day illustrations on the 200 block of Locust.
Residents at the Columbia Animal Shelter
Resident of the outdoors
Assorted throwaways, including tires, an antique TV and, of course, a mattress
Under the bridge, things aren't looking so good.
Here's the tree that was down at Rotary Park.
The 100 block of North 4th, self-explanatory
Always make sure your drawers are snug.
Down around the bridge
Free-range eggs available at Mullen Books, 121 Walnut Street
Let's hope we won't need it at least until December.
One of the ubiquitous ROAD CLOSED signs
Seen at River Park
Line-up at Tollbooth Antiques
Vehicle full of deer heads in the Turkey Hill Experience parking lot:
The disembodied heads are owned by a guy named Randy who was driving the Penske truck and said he's moving to Georgia.
One last look
Lending a hand
Ready to shovel
The red, white & blue, and black
The junk artist is at it again.
On a mission on Bank Avenue
The mission: Move remnants of the Eberly Myers apartment building project at the bottom of Locust Street away from the parking lot.
This election is not about party but about replacing the two incumbents running for re-election with candidates for change. As the saying goes, "Throw the rascals out!"
A wheelchair for all seasons
Watcher in the window
That's strange. You're walking down the sidewalk on Poplar Street, and suddenly you're in someone's front yard.
ABC27 on the scene at the High School to learn about the upcoming security upgrade
One of the five workout stations around the track at the High School
Pictographs help explain the exercises.
Here's the flip side.
Aftermath of last week's fire at 521 Locust Street
Notes of encouragement
Free skids, etc. at Peerless Hardware
In need of care
Are they on the right track?
Mosaic of some sort
School board candidates
More junk in the street
Kirklin Hammill-Torres and a '72 Impala at Saturday's "Cruisin' for Cats" car show sponsored by the Columbia Animal shelter
Pollinator Friendly Garden/Bird Habitat on 10th Street
And there it is.
Soon-to-be sidewalk on Bethel
(The red car in the background was making a U-turn at the intersection. A few seconds later, another car came barreling through the stop sign on Second Street and made a right turn down Walnut and swerved to avoid the double-parker.)
At the offices of the former Colonial Metals
Adhesive tape works wonders.