An afternoon of freezing temperatures made driving conditions
treacherous on area roads, which were covered in a thin layer of
ice. Wednesday outside their Kansas University residence hall,
freshman Rebecca Ferry, Charlotte, N.C., foreground chips away at
the ice on her car while her friend, Michelle Castor, Overland
Park, looks on.
KU coach Marian Washington disagrees with an official's call. The
Jayhawks couldn't overcome Texas Tech, falling 49-45 Wednesday
night at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas Forward Jaclyn Johnson scores two of her 20 points against
Texas Tech. The Red Raiders held off the Jayhawks, 49-45, Wednesday
night at Allen Fieldhouse.
East Heights School kindergartner Lacoya Cloud enjoys her weekly
reading session with volunteer Lawrence Penny of the Lawrence
Breakfast Optimists. Penny and other readers visit children each
Tuesday to read to them during lunch time.
Seventh-grade students in Colleen Creed's home economics class
double-check the fit of the denim book covers they created for a
sewing project. From left are Tony Sharpton, Creed, Derek Erwin and
Mitchell Clark, left, South Junior High School seventh-grader,
works on a class project in his home economics class while
classmates Kaylee Flory, center, and Mary Cottrell wait their turn
at the sewing machine.
NewsTV Crews Inc., 616 Ky., is running under the new co-ownership
of Kat Mettner, left. Working Wednesday in the Lawrence office were
Mettner and Ryan Wurtz, a system administrator. NewsTV operates a
television production house and also supplies crews and producers
for major television networks and programs.
Bluestem, left to right; Rick Marshall, Jim Rood, Keith Alberding
and Marvin Pine seen rehearse before the start of a recording
session at Topeka's Exceptions Studio.
The extensive and unique collection of western art and artifacts
contributes to the Hereford House atmosphere. The Tack Room dining
area features a wall of chaps and boot spurs.
Miss Grotke's fourth-grade students celebrate the end of classes in
"Recess: School's Out."
Debbie tom, Lawrence resident and Mad Greek employee, hustles back
to her team after bowling a strike during league play at Royal
Crest Lanes, 933 Iowa.
Charlize Theron, left, and Keanu Reeves play a couple who make an
unusual agreement that leads to romance in "Sweet November."
The ensemble cast of 'The Vagine Monologues'.
A collection of 14 students, faculty and local actresses comprise
the cast of "The Vagina Monologues."
Cast Members of "The Vagina Monologues" rehearse at the Hashinger
Face To Face records its latest record "Standards and Practices."
Max Cavalera, frontman of Soulfly, continues to mix American metal
with Brazilian influences.
LaTisha, 10, is one of 50 children waiting to be matched from Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Douglas County. She loves basketball and hopes to be a movie star one day. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer mentor for LaTisha or another child, you can attend an informational meeting at 5:15 Tuesdays or noon Wednesdays at the Big Brothers/Big Sisters office, 211 E. Eighth St., Suite G. For more information, call 843-7359.
A morning fog greets Kansas University students as they make their way to classes Tuesday through the mist, toting backpacks, one cup of coffee and a yawn. The outlines seemed to indicate a Southwestern-style pattern.
Filling Valentine's Day orders of seemingly endless requests for vases of long-stemmed roses is designer Katie Dunn at Owens Flower Shop, 846 Ind.