From left, back row, are Tyler O'Dell, Lawrence; Jeremy Anderson,
Lawrence; Melissa Turpin, Lawrence; Makenna Anderson, Lawrence;
Ryan Rock, Eudora; Rick Stehman, Lawrence; and Dustin Young,
Eudora. Chris Turpin, Lawrence, is sitting on the floor. This group
gathered Sunday to watch the Super Bowl at the home of Dustin and
Angie Young, Eudora.
Twentieth Century Club members, Mary Elizabeth Debicki, left, and
Mary Kate Ambler, right, visit with Kansas University dance
professor Janet Hamburg. Hamburg gave a presentation at the club's
Judy Percival and Pat Collins look at documents on the history of
the Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn. They attended a public
reception Monday for the association, which is celebrating its 35th
anniversary this month, at the Community Health Facility. Percival
and Collins work for the association, which provides home health
From left, Angie Young, Eudora; Jeremy Anderson, Lawrence; Cathy
Stehman, Lawrence, and Melissa Turpin, Lawrence, visit during a
Super Bowl party. They gathered Sunday to watch the game at the
home of Dustin and Angie Young, Eudora.
Marceil Lauppe, left, and Jan Jenkins attend a public reception for
the Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn. The agency was celebrating
its 35th anniversary on Monday at the Community Health Facility. It
has provided home health services since 1969. Lauppe is the former
director of the agency and Jenkins is the executive director.
From left, Jeanetta Falley, 16; Jessica Walton, 15; Kira Barker,
18; and Bridget Falley, 16, all of Lawrence, pose for a picture
during a Super Bowl party. The party was Sunday at Clinton Parkway
Assembly of God church.
Bethany Pritchard, Lawrence, 5, and Heath Downing, Lawrence, 17,
attend a Super Bowl party at the Clinton Parkway Assembly of God
church, 3200 Clinton Parkway. Sunday's party included a big-screen
television and refreshments.
Carly Barnes, Lawrence, 10, shows her mom, Michelle, Lawrence, a
ceramic bowl during the seventh annual Souper Bowl at the Lawrence
Arts Center, 940 N.H. The event, which was Jan. 31, raised money
for the center's ceramics program.
Twentieth Century Club members, from left, Charlotte Mueller,
Dorris Stubeck and Phyllis Lawton, visit before a club meeting at
the home of Mary Kate Ambler. The club's Tuesday meeting featured
Kansas University dance professor Janet Hamburg.
Chicago's Kirk Hinrich, left, tries to gain control of the ball
under pressure from Houston's Cuttino Mobley, center, and Maurice
Taylor. The Rockets defeated the Bulls, 82-80, Friday night in
Kansas City's Will Shields (68) works against New England's Willie
McGinest during AFC practice. Shields, who worked out Friday in
Kapolei, Hawaii, will play in his ninth Pro Bowl.
Kansas City guard Will Shields stretches during AFC practice.
Shields, who practiced Friday in Kapolei, Hawaii, will play in his
ninth Pro Bowl Sunday.
Lawrence High's David Freeman (24) dribbles past Shawnee Mission
South's David Kovarik. The Raiders beat the Lions, 74-64, Friday at
Lawrence High's Cherrale Ricks (24) holds possession from Shawnee
Mission South's Allison Clark during the first half. Ricks had 18
points and 13 rebounds in the Lions' 65-55 win Friday at LHS.
Texas Tech coach Bob Knight takes the floor before a game against
Baylor Feb. 3 in Lubbock, Texas. Knight's Red Raiders play Kansas
University at 3:05 p.m. today at Allen Fieldhouse.
Texas Tech coach Bob Knight jokingly looks for a grocery-store logo
on his shirt before describing an incident with Tech's chancellor.
Knight, who spoke Tuesday in Lubbock, Texas, wears an auto-parts
sponsor's logo on his shirt during games.
Friends comfort each other near a makeshift memorial for schoolmate
Carlie Brucia in Sarasota, Fla. The children, many of whom knew
Carlie personally, are part of the Pet Therapy organization and
will be helping other students cope at McIntosh Middle School on
Monday. From left are Cathy Sidoti, 13; Tiffany Parker, 15;
Cheyenne Hartley, 9; Lexus Hamilton, 9; Kathy Alexander; and
Victoria Francois, 10. Joseph P. Smith was charged with the murder
and kidnapping of 11-year-old Carlie after her body was found
behind the Central Church of Christ in Sarasota.
Adam Sampson, 4, offers up a shovelful of snow to fort-builder and
architect Lydia Miller, 10. The two raised the walls of their snow
fort Thursday in the Pinckney neighborhood. Lawrence schools were
canceled Thursday and Friday because of wintry weather.
Kansas University public address announcer Howard Hill will retire
after today's game between KU's men's basketball team and Texas
Tech. Hill has announced at KU home football and basketball games
for 21 years.
Valerie Taylor, a Washburn University junior and a bartender at
Replay Lounge, 946 Mass., serves drinks at the downtown
establishment. The city-issued drinking establishment license for
Replay Lounge lapsed last spring and was never renewed -- in part
because city officials got out of the habit of sending renewal
notices to bars. Now the Lawrence City Commission must treat the
10-year-old bar as if it were a brand-new applicant. Taylor, who
was tending the bar Friday, was hopeful the bar would keep its
license. "I can't be out of a job right now," she said.
Former first lady Nancy Reagan shakes hands with first-graders from
University Elementary Thousand Oaks as entertainer Merv Griffin,
left, watches at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi
Valley, Calif. Mrs. Reagan on Friday dedicated the cornerstone for
a new pavilion to house the former Air Force One in honor of
President Reagan's 93rd birthday.
Democratic presidential hopeful U.S. Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass.,
right, raises hands with former candidate U.S. Rep. Richard
Gephardt, D-Mo., during a rally in Warren, Mich. Gephardt, who
withdrew from his bid to be president after the Iowa caucuses,
endorsed Kerry on Friday. At center is Michigan Gov. Jennifer
Maria Gisela Hiciano feeds her daughter Rebeca at the CARE clinic
in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, in this photo taken Tuesday.
Rebeca, a Dominican infant born with a second, partially formed
head, had surgery Friday to remove the second head.
Developers still plan to build a 31-unit condominium project in
downtown Lawrence. It just won't be finished by September when it
was scheduled to be built. Pictured above is a rendering of one of
the three interior design packages planned for the project.
Nathan Brinson and Shawna Wright Brinson
Mickey and Minnie Mouse unexpectedly meet at a holiday event at Corpus Christi Catholic School. Minnie is Maddie Birdashaw, 6, and Mickey is Pat Johnson. Johnson teaches and Maddie attends kindergarten at Corpus Christi. Maddie is the daughter of Matt and Molly Stuber, granddaughter of Myron and Sheila Chaffee and Barbara Birdashaw and great-granddaughter of Eugenia Reardon, who submitted the picture. All are of Lawrence.