Jack L. Kuhn
Richard Hall Colyer
Susie and Ted Bender celebrate TedÃs graduation from OCS at Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida. He is now an ensign. Ted is the son of Jack Bender, Eudora, and Chris Galivan, Boston. Susie is the daughter of Don and Ginny Heiman, Lawrence. Ginny Heiman submitted the picture.
Chernobyl veteran Oleksiy Kashcheyev, lights a candle in a church built to commemorate victims of the worst ever nuclear disaster, during a night ceremony on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the explosion in Reactor No.4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, early Wednesday, April 26, 2006, in Kiev, Ukraine.
Harvest: Mid-July to late August--
Tips: Sow 1 inch deep, 6 inches apart in hills 4-5 feet apart. Harvest when rind is tender and before seeds mature.
Harvest: Mid-July to mid-October--
Tips: Sow indoors for six weeks before planting outdoors in rows 4 feet apart. Avoid wetting foliage, fruit or vines. Pick when full colored and size, or when skins dimple when pressed by a fingernail.
Plant: Late March through April OR mid-August to mid-September--
Harvest: Mid-May to mid-June OR mid-October to mid-November--
Tips: Sow 1/2-inch deep, 1/2-inch apart, in rows 18-24 inches apart. Cut when leaves are 4-7 inches long. Thin outer leaves first.
Plant: Mid-March to mid-April OR mid-August to mid-September---
Harvest: Mid-April to mid-May OR mid-September to mid-October--
Tips: Plant 1/2-inch deep, 1/2-inch apart in rows 1 foot apart. Harvest when full colored and 1 inch wide to avoid bitter flavor.
Plant: Mid-March to mid-April--
Harvest: mid-June through July--
Tips: Plant 4 inches deep, 10 inches apart, in rows 3 feet apart. Withhold water two weeks before harvest. Dig up new potatoes when flowers fade; harvest mature potatoes when foliage withers.
Harvest: August through mid-October--
Tips: Sow seeds 1/4- to 1/2-inch deep, 18-24 inches apart. Pick when full colored and of desired size.
Plant: Mid-March through April--
Harvest: June-mid through July--
Tips: Sow 1 inch deep, 2 inches apart in rows 30 inches apart. Pick when pods bulge and before they develop a waxlike coating. Harvest frequently to extend development of new flowers and pods.
Plant: Late March through April--
Harvest: August and September--
Tips: Sow 1/2-inch deep, 1/2-inch apart, and in rows 18-24 inches apart. Thin to 3 inches apart. Pull green bulbs while less than 1/2 inch wide. Pull drying bulbs when 3-5 inches wide and tops wither.
Plant: Mid-March to mid-April OR mid-August to mid-September--
Harvest: Late April to late May OR late September through October--
Tips: Sow 1/4-inch deep, 1/2 inches apart in rows 16 inches apart. Harvest leaves, starting from outside, when 4-6 inches tall.
Plant: May to early June OR July--
Harvest: Late June to mid-August OR late August to early October--
Tips: Sow 1 1/2 inches deep, 3 inches apart, in rows 24-30 inches apart. Pick when 3 inches long or when they
begin to bulge.
Harvest: Late July through October--
Tips: Sow seeds indoors around last expected frost before transplanting outdoors. Plant 30 inches apart. Pick when firm and full color, at the desired size.
Harvest: Mid-July through August--
Tips: Sow 3/4-inch deep, with 8-10 seeds in a hill or 4-5 inches apart if in rows. Pick fruit when 6-10 inches long--for slicing or 1-6 inches long for pickling.
Harvest: Mid-June to mid-July--
Tips: Use fresh seed. Sow 1/2-inch deep, 1/4 inch apart. Thin to 1 inch apart. --
Sow in full sun.
In this photo provided by Universal Studios, Becky London and Tom O'Rourke as Jean and Donald Peterson comfort one another aboard United Airlines Flight 93 in the unflinching drama 'United 93.'
James Edward Myers III
A Cherokee County Sheriff's deputy drives through the parking lot at Riverton High School, in Riverton, Kan. Friday, April 21, 2006. Boys, ranging in age from 16 to 18, were arrested Thursday, the anniversary of the Columbine massacre, just hours before they planned to shoot fellow students and school employees, authorities said. The plot was uncovered after one of them discussed it on a popular web site.
A four-month gap between the Rose Bowl and this year's NFL Draft has meant plenty of time for scouts and general managers to find fault with Texas quarterback Vince Young, who remains a projected top-five pick come Saturday.
Cleveland Cavaliers' Drew Gooden looks for an outlet pass under pressure from Washington Wizards' Antawn Jamison (4) during the first half of an NBA basketball first-round playoff game in Cleveland on Tuesday, April 25, 2006.
U11 Force Michael Latham, center, battles the Kansas Rush at the Heritage Soccer Park in Olathe on Saturday. The Force went on to beat Kansas Rush, 8-2.
U11 KVF Matthew Todd, right, defends a bicycle kick from the Kansas Rush at the Heritage Soccer Park in Olate on Saturday. The Force went on to win the match 8-2.
U14 Jana Mekus, right, battles with a member of the Big Red Trucks Saturday at Youth Sports Inc. The Steves won the match 2-0.