Tibetan monks make their way to another meeting during a rollout of a new government-ordered re-education study session Sunday at the 200-year-old Xicang Monastery in Luqu, China. Such mandatory campaigns, which stress that religion must never veer into political action, have been used repeatedly to keep the clergy in line.
Tyler Thigpen (4) is sacked by Buffalo safety George Wilson. The Chiefs lost, 54-31.
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Gizzy was adopted in August from a pug rescue in Missouri. She belongs to Renee Maichel, of Lawrence, who submitted this photo.
The look and feel of the Colorado Rockies has been transported to Lecompton in the lodge-style retreat of Roberta Richey. Furnishings include materials like cedar, pine and hickory.
Furnishings in Roberta Richey's home include materials like cedar, pine and hickory.
The ubiquitous “Hannah Montana” franchise is driving a tween fashion trend back in time — to the 1980s.
Artwork used by Carole Peters for one of her homemade cards.
Web sites like Cozi.com are online planners that are meant to keep track of complex schedules that can come along with soccer practice, Girl Scout outings and volunteer work. Families can also synchronize it with other calendars like Microsoft Outlook. Company officials say it’s meant to be simple and keep parents from scrapping it and going back to a paper calendar.
“Pirate Frank,” the fall play at West Junior High School, was staged Nov. 7 and 8 at the school. Pictured are Nine Keizer, freshman, playing Old Tilly Tar; Jon McClees, freshman, playing Frank; and Jodi Moore, seventh-grader, playing Betty Bones. Abby Olker, an eighth-grader at WJHS, took the photo.
Tyler ArachtingI hangs out with children during a trip to Kenya with Comfort the Children International. Arachtingi spent time during in Kenya building a school and a swing set.
Gus, 4, and Brynn Cordova, 2, enjoy a fall day in their front yard in Lawrence. The photo was taken by Stephanie Cullinane. Gus and Brynn are the children of Adam and Beth Cordova, who submitted the picture.
From left, Andy, 3, and Jack Bellemere, 5, Anna O’Neil, 5, and Liam Boldridge, 3, stop during a drive in the country to see several foals in a pasture north of Lawrence. Andy and Jack are the sons of Fred and Kim Bellemere; Anna is the daughter of Stuart and Leslie O’Neil; and Liam is the son of William and Claudine Boldridge, all of Lawrence.