Talking over business Kansas Board of Regents board members from
left, Kim Wilcox, William Docking, and newly appointed Board
President Clay Blair, visit during Thursday's board meeting at the
Kansas Board of Regents office in Topeka at 700 SW Harrison.
Radiology technician Linda Gatton, right, of Mobile Medical
Services Inc. performs a chest X-ray recently on Ruth Moulterop at
the Presbyterian Manor retirement community in Kansas City, Kan.
Randy Cheek, who has been taking care of the Lakeview-Crowder-Lewis
Cemetery for the past three years, looks over some tombstones. The
cemetery is east of Lecompton near Cheeks' land.
Jesse Cheek and his father, Randy, have been taking care of the
Lakeview-Crowder-Lewis Cemetery since it was rededicated in May
1998. The cemetery is located on a hill east of Lecompton near
Friends of the Kaw board members, from left, Mike and Laura
Calwell, Lance Burr and Debra Baker discuss pollution problems of
the Kansas River on the north side of the dam in Lawence. Body
contact with and fishing in the Kaw are considered hazardous by the
Kansas Department of Health and Environment, said Laura Calwell,
president of FOTK, holding her dog Ally.
Shaun Flynn of Lawrence Raiders, dives into the out at the third
base as John Norris of Wichita Bandits makes the tag during the Al
Ice Championship game held at Hoglund Ballpark.
Shaun Flynn of Lawrence Raiders, lets the ball go through his legs
as base runner Robbie Gouge of Wichita Bandits watches the ball go
into the outfield during the Championship game of the Al Ice
Mike Tyson celebrates after knocking down Lou Savarese in the first
round of their non-title heavyweight contest at Hampden Park in
Glasgow Saturday, June 24, 2000. Tyson won the fight in an official
time of only 38 seconds.
Italy's Stefania Croce, right, congratulates Juli Inkster following
Inkster's one stroke win over Croce on the second playoff hole at
the LPGA Championship at the DuPont Country Club in Wilmington,
Mike Newberry checks commodity prices online at his Arlington, Ga.,
farm. Twenty-nine percent of U.S. farms use the Internet, according
to a U.S. Department of Agriculture survey.
ABC News anchor Peter Jennings pauses in Bethlehem during the
shooting in 1998 of his two-hour documentary The Search for Jesus.
The film, which airs at 8 p.m. today, retraces the life of the man
known in his day as Jesus of Nazareth.
Preparing her cat before judging Sunday at the Kansas City Midwest Cat Club show at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds, Phyllis Nelson, Minneapolis, Minn., grooms Precious the Persian Princess.
Don Bagby of Eudora tries to stay cool Sunday in above-90 degree heat as he watches the Al Ice Memorial tournament championship baseball game between the Lawrence Raiders and Wichita Bandits at Hoglund Ballpark.