Bill Murr, of MClouth, hooked up three 572-cubic-inch blown Chevy motors for a long pull in the first EudoraFest Truck and Tractor Pull on Sunday.
Bo Enright, of Wellsville, puts on his fire suit and gets ready to make a pull at the EudoraFest Truck and Tractor Pull at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
From left, Hans-Peter Schultze, Buck Newsom and Yilan Zhao, all of Lawrence, enjoy the auctioneer’s commentary at the Sept. 2 meeting at Watkins Community Museum of History, 1047 Mass.
Stamps for auction are set up at the Sept. 2 Lawrence Stamp Club meeting.
Brian Kuehl, Lawrence, right, picks out his stamp door prize at the beginning of the Sept. 2 meeting of the Lawrence Stamp Club. In background is Devin Zell, club president. The organization has invited the community to its next meeting if they’d like to ask questions about their own collections.
Robert Hall, of Smithville, Mo., makes his Chevy Diesel engine smoke as it builds power pulling the sled for 247 feet. The annual EudoraFest, a fall arts and crafts festival, will be Saturday in downtown Eudora. This year’s theme is Full Steam Ahead.
Oeufs Cuits avec Salade Chaude aux Epinards
Kevin Jones, of Cottonwood Falls, weighs in prior to his competition.
Some of the high boots in style this fall are, from left, a sleek black boot from Naturalizer; a brown double buckle boot from Born; and three different boot looks from Clarks. These are at Brown’s Shoe Fit, 829 Mass.
Niki Foy, Lawrence, stops in at Brown’s Shoe Fit, 829 Mass., to check out the latest styles in boots.
Farb harvests her garden with her youngest daughter Samantha, 12, at her Lecompton home.
Mehdi Khosh, a naturopathic doctor, is pictured in his office at Natural Medical Care, 4935 Research Park Way. Khosh says he’s been practicing homeopathic medicine for about 13 years.
JoAnn Farb is pictured with a drawer of various homeopathic remedies Thursday at her home. Farb became a believer in homeopathic remedies about 15 years ago when she sought the help of a homeopath in Australia for help with her daughter Sarina’s eczema.
Patrick Wroczynski, 11, takes a turn at Carcassonne with his mother, Caroline Wroczynski, right, grandmother Marian Wroczynski and grandfather Ron Wroczynski, not pictured. The family’s game night is a 20-year tradition.
Lawrence brothers Jacob Paquette, front, and Josh Paquette peruse the selection of games Tuesday at Fun and Games, 830 Mass.
Ron Wroczynski puts down a tile during a game of Carcassonne. At right is his wife, Marian. Game night for the Wroczynskis is a multigenerational event.
Qais Jaber (left), 6, and Turner Omelau, 6, both of Lawrence, try their hands at playing a rondador at the Festival of Cultures held Sunday afternoon at South Park. A rondador is a musical instrument that is considered the national instrument of Ecuador.
Astrid Houchin, right, performs a Peruvian Festejo dance during the festival. Hundreds of spectators enjoyed fine fall weather and colorful performances on Sunday.
Fernando Boza plays a sampona flute and bombo drum while performing “El Condor Pasa.” The instruments and costume reflect his Peruvian culture.
Jorge Ocampo prepares pinchos on a grill at the Honduras table during the Festival of Cultures on Sunday afternoon at South Park. Pinchos are skewers that contain ingredients such as steak, bell peppers, chicken and pork.
Nakia Wilson, 10, left, and Quanah Wilson, 14, perform a grass dance at the Festival of Cultures held Sunday afternoon at South Park. The event celebrated cultures from around the world.
UCLA's Ricky Marvray (10) celebrates with Cory Harkey after scoring a touchdown Saturday in Austin, Texas.
Contractor Tom Bigge uses heavy equipment to lift chunks of concrete into a waiting dump truck on Aug. 20 as the St. Ann Catholic Church comes down in Zurich.
A sadhu, or Hindu holy man, prays Saturday after a dip in the River Ganges in Allahabad, India. Allahabad, at the confluence of the Rivers Ganges and Yamuna, is one of Hinduism’s holiest cities.
This dummy board is shaped like a woman dressed in a style popular about 1800, when it was made. The pine figure is 42 inches tall and was offered for sale at Stair Galleries of Hudson, N.Y. The figure probably was displayed in a dark corner of a room to surprise visitors.