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January 14, 2006

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Kansas University fans toss around a beach ball before tipoff of last Saturday's men's basketball game against 21st-ranked Kentucky in Allen Fieldhouse. KU trounced the Wildcats 73-46.

Kansas University fans toss around a beach ball before tipoff of last Saturday's men's basketball game against 21st-ranked Kentucky in Allen Fieldhouse. KU trounced the Wildcats 73-46.

Brandon Perkins, Kansas University senior, cheers during player introductions before last Saturday's men's basketball game against Kentucky in Allen Fieldhouse. KU beat the Wildcats 73-46.

Brandon Perkins, Kansas University senior, cheers during player introductions before last Saturday's men's basketball game against Kentucky in Allen Fieldhouse. KU beat the Wildcats 73-46.

Ed Lanning, Overland Park, lets Big Jay read his newspaper before tipoff of last Saturday's men's basketball game against Kentucky in Allen Fieldhouse. KU defeated the ranked Wildcats 73-46. Today, KU plays rival Kansas State University at home.

Ed Lanning, Overland Park, lets Big Jay read his newspaper before tipoff of last Saturday's men's basketball game against Kentucky in Allen Fieldhouse. KU defeated the ranked Wildcats 73-46. Today, KU plays rival Kansas State University at home.

Members of the Express Network of the American Business Women's Assn. had a holiday luncheon Dec. 2 at Maceli's. From left are Roberta Richey, Shannon Abrahamson, Laura Tiffany, Connie Ingle, Carol Hester, Jenny Hohman, Betty Markley, Dee Bisel, Kendra Hatfield, Bobette Puderbaugh, Audrey Taylor, Connie Warkins, Janis Stewart, Dannette Umholtz, Gina Pacumbaba-Watson, Lisa Johnson, Sarah Klingele and Peggy Leslie.

Members of the Express Network of the American Business Women's Assn. had a holiday luncheon Dec. 2 at Maceli's. From left are Roberta Richey, Shannon Abrahamson, Laura Tiffany, Connie Ingle, Carol Hester, Jenny Hohman, Betty Markley, Dee Bisel, Kendra Hatfield, Bobette Puderbaugh, Audrey Taylor, Connie Warkins, Janis Stewart, Dannette Umholtz, Gina Pacumbaba-Watson, Lisa Johnson, Sarah Klingele and Peggy Leslie.

From left are Julie Ransopher, Kansas City, Mo.; Charlie Crumpton, Tulsa, Okla.; and Sherri Willdeman, Lawrence. They celebrated on New Year's Eve at The Sandbar, 17 E. Eighth St.

From left are Julie Ransopher, Kansas City, Mo.; Charlie Crumpton, Tulsa, Okla.; and Sherri Willdeman, Lawrence. They celebrated on New Year's Eve at The Sandbar, 17 E. Eighth St.

Elaine Skoch, Eudora, serves food at the community Christmas dinner at First United Methodist Church in Lawrence. It was Skoch's first time to volunteer at the annual meal. "I've had a ball," she said.

Elaine Skoch, Eudora, serves food at the community Christmas dinner at First United Methodist Church in Lawrence. It was Skoch's first time to volunteer at the annual meal. "I've had a ball," she said.

Volunteers prepare Christmas meals to deliver to people who were not able to make it to the community Christmas dinner at First United Methodist Church, 946 Vt. From left are Kelly McEniry, Toots Schultz, Layla McEniry and Ben Kincaid. About 300 meals were delivered in the community on Christmas Day.

Volunteers prepare Christmas meals to deliver to people who were not able to make it to the community Christmas dinner at First United Methodist Church, 946 Vt. From left are Kelly McEniry, Toots Schultz, Layla McEniry and Ben Kincaid. About 300 meals were delivered in the community on Christmas Day.

Social Security Administration employees, from left, Linda McCoy, Gloria Asher and Connie Meyer work on the office's entry for the Festival of Trees auction. Their country log cabin sold for $500 during the Festival of Trees auction Nov. 29 at Liberty Hall. Proceeds from the auction went to The Shelter Inc.

Social Security Administration employees, from left, Linda McCoy, Gloria Asher and Connie Meyer work on the office's entry for the Festival of Trees auction. Their country log cabin sold for $500 during the Festival of Trees auction Nov. 29 at Liberty Hall. Proceeds from the auction went to The Shelter Inc.

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