Clark Sloan, left, of Tonganoxie, and his son Jonathan Sloan, right, of Lawrence and an owner of Bouncing Bear Botanicals, face numerous federal drug charges following an indictment filed April 3.
Part of a Chevrolet truck sits on the side of Kansas Highway 10 after an injury accident on Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011.
Emergency crews investigate the scene of an accident on westbound Kansas Highway 10 between Lexington Avenue and Kill Creek Road on Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011.
Shoes: Converse, Legends, June 2010, $40.
Pants: Zara, Austin, January 2011, $40.
Shirt: Zara, Austin, January 2011, $60.
Sweater: Zara, Austin, January 2011, $60.
Glasses: Korea, 2008, gift.
Cousins Michael Hilleary, Lawrence, left, and Daniel Hilleary, Manhattan, try to keep their balance while riding unicycles Thursday in a parking lot at 12th and Rhode Island streets in the 50-degree temperatures.
Ann Evans, of Lawrence, left, gets some advice from Kathy Swanson, owner of Spectator’s, 710 Mass., while Evans shopped at the women’s clothing store Thursday. A new report has found that the city is losing large amounts of sales in the category of women’s clothing.
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It’s been a tough few months for those in the work world. Those without jobs are looking for them, and those with jobs might be looking for something more secure, or even a whole career change. Jennifer Jordan, director of the Business Career Service Center at Kansas University weighs in on how to get what you want in the work world this year.
Other than losing weight, one of the most popular things to lose is the grip of an undesirable habit, be it smoking, drinking or caffeine. Cheryl Miller, a Lawrence wellness strategist, life coach and self-proclaimed mayor of cherylmillerville.com, says it’s best to shore up your attack on your bad habit by outlining exactly why it’s bad and then working from there.
Dress: Thrifted, A.T.C., June 2009, $10.
Belt: Secondi in DC, September 2010, $5.
Bracelet: Forever 21, December 2010, $6.
Leggings: H&M, December 2010, $10.
Shoes: Vintage Store in NYC, October 2010, $40.
Missouri's Laurence Bowers shoots past North Alabama's Marcus Landry, left, Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, in Columbia, Mo. Missouri won the game, 98-58.
Romanian witch Mihaela Minca, right, speaks Wednesday during an interview with The Associated Press, as her daughter and apprentice Casanndra, left, looks on, in Mogosoaia, Romania. Trouble is brewing for Romania’s witches, whose toil is being taxed for the first time despite their threats of putting curses on the government.
House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio reacts during a pause while participating in ceremonial swearing-in with representatives Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Jesse Paloger holds up a sign while standing on Wall Street as he hopes to find a job in New York in this Dec. 15, 2010, photo.
Free State High’s Jon McClees competes in the 100-yard butterfly. McClees placed seventh in the event Wednesday at Lawrence High.
Jeff Hermesch, Lawrence High, dives as judges watch from the side Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011 at the Lawrence Quad.
Lawrence High’s Dylan Orth, right, checks his time after winning his heat of the boys 50-yard freestyle at the Lawrence quad at Knox Natatorium. Orth ultimately placed sixth Wednesday. Story on page 3B.
Work crews with AMF Electric out of St. Louis were installing new cell towers Wednesday on the AT&T tower on Vermont Street downtown. A total of eight new cells will be going in place.
Memorial tree: Friends and family of Gene Van Hoesen gathered at Clinton Lake State Park Oct. 18 to dedicate a tree in his memory. Gathered around the maple tree with a commemorative plaque, from left, are, Les Harrod, Megan Harrod, Elizabeth Ford, Cheryl Harrod, Michael Ford, Matt Van Hoesen, JoAnn Van Hoesen, Emily Ford and Jason Ford. Gene is remembered by the Kaw Valley Bluebird Association, as well as his family, for his many years of service designing and building bluebird boxes. More than 100 bluebird nesting boxes designed and built by Gene can be seen throughout the Clinton Lake area. Tammy Steeples submitted the photo.