Back row, from left, Kim Hadl, Jim Breshears, the Rev. Leo Barbee,
George Burg; and front row, from left, Matthew Breshears and Mary
Breshears attend Lawrence Habitat for Humanity's dedication of the
Jim Breshears home. The event was March 22.
From left, Dennis Palmer, John Golden and Dave Baldwin received the
Silver House Award from the Lawrence Habitat for Humanity. They
were recognized March 22 at the dedication ceremony of the home
built with Lawrence Habitat for Humanity's 48th family.
Larry Sellers, second from right, poses with members of the
Lawrence High School Native American Club. Sellers, who portrayed
Cloud Dancing on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," is a 17-year veteran
in the entertainment industry. Sellers gave a presentation to the
club April 3 about his career.
Kent Ferguson, left, of Charlton Manley Inc.; Suzanne Hutchens, of
Coldwell Banker McGrew Real Estate; and Connie Sollars, former
president of the United Way of Douglas County; visit during the
annual meeting of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. The chamber
celebrated its 125th anniversary April 11 at the Lawrence Holidome.
From left, John and Cathy Ross, owners of Laser Logic, Curt
Clinkinbeard, of the Kansas University Small Business Development
Center, and his wife, Summer Clinkinbeard, attend the Lawrence
Chamber of Commerce annual meeting. The chamber celebrated its
125th anniversary on April 11 at the Lawrence Holidome.
Lynn Parman, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce vice president of
economic development, and Mark Garrett, plant manager at Hallmark
in Lawrence, visit during social hour of the chamber's annual
meeting at the Lawrence Holidome, 200 McDonald Drive.
From left, Shannon Hodges, Lawrence; Mike Andrew, Atlanta; and
Michelle and Phil Andrew, Lawrence, attend the 23rd annual Lawrence
Art Auction. The event, which was April 12, raised money for the
Lawrence Arts Center.
The Rev. Darrel Proffit, of Saint Margaret's Episcopal Church,
left, poses with Joe Wichman and his mother, Peggy Wichman, after
worship services that included prayerful support for Joe Wichman.
He begins basic training this month at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Belinda Cullen, Topeka, Kathy Porsch, Lawrence, and Dennis Dobson,
Topeka, visit during the 23rd annual Lawrence Art Auction at the
Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H. The April 12 event featured silent
and live auctions, which raised money for the center.
Dave Billings, of Factory Direct Appliance, left; Rick Lewis, of
Peak Chemical, and Shelley Graham, of Midwest Graphics Inc., visit
during the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce annual meeting. The meeting
was April 11 at the Lawrence Holidome.
Maj. Brian Tingstad is greeted by his wife, Grace, son Christian
and daughter Gabrielle at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Neb.
Tingstad had been in the Middle East about seven weeks on a tour
that was expected to last up to six months.
Mourners gather at Laci Peterson's home in Modesto, Calif. Police
confirmed Friday evening that two bodies found near the San
Francisco Bay several days ago were those of Peterson and her
Wild Territory, 809 Mass., sells everything from replica suits of
armor to fossils. "What I really set out to do, is make the
experience of coming into the store like opening up a textbook,"
said store owner Joyce Donham on Friday.
Ed Smith, former Lecompton mayor, is leading the project to convert
the former firehouse into the next City Hall. Smith lost a close
mayoral race, then appointed himself to the Lecompton City Council,
a move that one political rival has dubbed "pretty fishy."
Friday was the first time that men were able to march in the Womyn
Take Back the Night event. The men brought up the back of the march
and remained silent.
Participants in Womyn Take Back the Night march down Massachusetts
Street in protest of violence against women. Friday night's march
started at Buford M. Watson Jr. Park and ended at South Park.
Tim Miller, professor of religious studies at Kansas University, is
leading an effort to document organized religions in Douglas
County. Above, St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Lawrence High's Dominick Harrell, right, tags Brent Sierks of
Olathe South. Sierks was ruled safe, and South won, 4-2, Friday at
Lawrence High's Audrey Pope takes the handoff from Lindsay Garito
during the 400-meter relay. The Lions won their heat Friday at the
Kansas Relays and advanced to today's finals at Memorial Stadium.