Bud Stallworth, general manager for Raney Properties L.P., and Don
Theno, of Theno Real Estate and the leasing agent for Raney
Properties, stand near the construction of a 20,000-square-foot
retail building. The building at 925 Iowa is expected to be
complete by May.
From left, Kansas University Medical Center Executive Vice
Chancellor Don Hagen and his wife, Karen, join KU Chancellor Robert
Hemenway and his wife, Leah, and Sherry Bohl and her husband, KU
athletic director Al Bohl, at the 2003 Rock Chalk Ball at the
Overland Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel. The black-tie
event, which was Feb. 7, raised money to recruit and retain
National Merit Scholars at Kansas University.
Susan Younger, art director for the Kansas University Alumni
Association, and her husband, Jerry Younger, a metro engineer for
the Kansas Department of Transportation, are pictured during the
Rock Chalk Ball. The Youngers live in Lawrence.
From left are Lawrence City Commissioner Jim Henry and his wife,
Kay Henry, retiring senior vice president of the Kansas University
Alumni Association, and Sandy Wellman and her husband, Mike
Wellman, director of Internet services at the Alumni Association.
The couples attended the Rock Chalk Ball Feb. 7 at the Overland
Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel.
Kansas University National Merit scholars, from left, junior Joe
Aaker, Spearfish, S.D.; senior Chris Kaiser, Overland Park; and
senior Jon Bauer, Rogers, Ark., attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The
Feb. 7 event raised money to recruit and retain National Merit
Scholars at KU.
Bradley Kemp, assistant director of the Kansas University Museum of
Natural History, and Marilyn Nichols, instructor at Haskell Indian
Nations University, attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The theme for this
year's event was Jayhawk Fever. The dance featured the groovy tunes
of Disco Dick.
Pictured during Rock Chalk Ball 2003 are, from left, Dale
Seuferling, president of the Kansas University Endowment
Association; his wife, Marianne Seuferling; Linda Williams and her
husband, Fred Williams, president of the Kansas University Alumni
Association. The event featured cocktails, a silent and live
auction, Scholars Salute, dinner and dancing.
Pictured, from left, are Rob and Amy Cleavinger, Baldwin; Kansas
University Chancellor Robert Hemenway, Lawrence; and Katie and Dave
Barber, Overland Park; during the Rock Chalk Ball. The fund-raiser
was presented by the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the KU Alumni
Dan and Jill Blomgren, Lawrence, left, and their friends Kristine
and Jason Townsend, Leawood, attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The Kansas
University fund-raiser was Feb. 7 at the Overland Park Convention
Center and Sheraton Hotel.
Indiana guard reggie miller shoots over Atlanta forward Glenn
Robinson during overtime. Miller scored 26 points in the Pacers'
98-97 victory Friday at Indianapolis.
An increased police presence is visible near the New York Stock
Exchange, a week after the federal government increased the
nation's terrorist alert status from yellow to "high risk" orange.
Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge said Friday the alert meant
Americans should prepare but not panic.
Memorial Baptist Church members Chris Hansen and Heather Melendez
share a moment of silence after a prayer service at the church in
Temple, Texas. A bus carrying a group from the church was involved
in a deadly crash Friday.
John Beasley, Lawrence, addresses a gathering of social service
groups urging legislators to raise taxes. Representatives of
advocacy groups from across the state gathered Friday in Topeka to
press their agenda.
Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, has been
euthanized after being diagnosed with progressive lung disease. The
decision to end the life of 6-year-old Dolly was made after an
examination confirmed the lung disease. She's shown here in January
2002 at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Residents view the crater left by a bomb that exploded in Neiva,
150 miles southwest of Bogota, Colombia. The explosion occurred
early Friday as police searched a house for explosives. It killed
16 people, scattered debris for 15 blocks and heavily damaged
dozens of houses.
Despite two arrests on child pornography charges, singer R. Kelly's
musical career is thriving. Since his most recent arrest last
month, the Grammy-winning singer has written a No. 1 song for the
teen boy band B2K and scored his own hit with the sexually charged
Lyon County Deputy D.J. Lopez escorts Quintin Kivitter of Osage
City into the Lyon County Jail in Emporia. Kivitter was arrested
Tuesday in connection with a bank robbery earlier Tuesday at Olpe
James and Lynda Canaday believe their former home health worker
stole $20 and possibly Mrs. Canaday's wedding ring. The Canadays
are both physically disabled, blind and dependent on home health
care. The couple, who will soon celebrate their 10th wedding
anniversary, sat outside their home Wednesday in east Lawrence. The
Canadays' guide dogs Silk, left, and MC, right, wait at their feet.
THE REV. JOHN MCDERMOTT, left, and his wife, Pam, eagerly await the
opening of Morning Star Christian Church's new building at 998 N.
1771 Road. The facility will feature a 5,400-square-foot
multipurpose room that will serve as the sanctuary, fellowship hall
and sports activity area.
Seabury Academy's Aaron Landis (33) gets past Topeka Heritage's Dan
Snyder for two of Landis' 11 points. The Seahawks won, 34-26,
Friday at the East Lawrence Recreation Center.
Kansas University forward Wayne Simien gets hacked by Florida's
Mario Boggan in this file photo. Simien plans to return from injury
this Sunday against Iowa State.