Kinedyne, a maker of cargo systems for the trucking industry, will
be adding 51 jobs in Lawrence for a new government contract it has
received. Tuesday at the plant, press operator Dave Brown assembles
garment bars that are used on semitrailers to haul clothes.
Caleb Buckley left, and his father David Buckley, both of Minneola,
accept artwork depicting their brother and son, Nathanial Buckley,
a 2000 Kansas University graduate and former cadet who was killed
in an aircraft accident last year. The Air Force ROTC honored
Nathanial Buckley Tuesday at an awards ceremony at the Kansas
Local band The Get Up Kids, shown at an earlier show, are
headlining a concert Thursday at Liberty Hall to benefit music
education in Lawrence schools.
Pictured Clockwise from left, Ziti Pesto with Fresh Roma Tomatoes,
Crab Caesar Salad and Christina's Favorite Partito Bruschetta. Food
columnist Christina DiGiacomo cooked up this meal last week for a
Christina DiGiacomo, food columnist for the University Daily
Kansan, prepares a heaping bowl of Ziti Pesto With Fresh Roma
Tomatoes. She made the dish Thursday for a dinner party.
Jeremy Auman, who manages the Round Corner Cheese & Salami
Shoppe, 801 Mass., is on a list of the city's top parking violators
with outstanding fines. Since publication of the list, Auman has
been teased by a steady stream of customers, including some who
whistle the theme to "Dragnet" to him. He says most people who work
downtown are frustrated by the parking situation.
Dana Hart, Lawrence Public Library children's desk assistant, left,
locates a book for Ashley Lindsey, Lawrence, holding her
18-month-old son, Griffin. The library is in danger of losing some
funding if it doesn't increase its budget for books and materials
and so will ask the city for a 15 percent budget increase in 2004.
Lindsey and her two children, Griffin and Angel, 2, were at the
The Rev. Scott Hanks, pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, stands by
a 600-square-foot American flag outside the church that is causing
a stir from nearby rural residents who don't like the lights used
to keep Old Glory on overnight display. "As far as I'm concerned,
the people complaining are un-American," Hanks said. Standing
behind him Tuesday was supporter and church deacon Ken Gray.
Chad Judd tees off during the Kansas Golf Assn.'s Mid-Amateur
Championship. Judd carded an 80 Tuesday at Alvamar to finish the
two-day event at 152 strokes, 10 back of the winner.
Bob Vidricksen of Salina reacts after missing a putt during the
Kansas Golf Assn.'s Mid-Amateur Championship. Vidricksen won
Tuesday at Alvamar.
Free State pitcher Matt Lane throws to a Shawnee Mission Northwest
batter. Lane suffered his first loss of the season, 4-3, Tuesday
against the Cougars at the FSHS field.
Free State high's Robby Price, left, is late with the tag as
Shawnee Mission Northwest's Greg Rawlings steals second. Northwest
won, 4-3, Tuesday at FSHS.