Clemson center Jerai Grant (45) shoots against UAB forward Cameron Moore in the first half of a first-round NCAA Tournament game on Tuesday, March 15, 2011, in Dayton, Ohio.
North Carolina-Asheville guard J.P. Primm celebrates after his team defeated Arkansas-Little Rock, 81-77, in overtime during a first round NCAA basketball game on Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio.
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In front of the lens: Photographer Tim Forcade, of Forcade Associates, and Mike Yoder, Journal-World chief photographer, are photographed during their Introduction to Digital Photography seminar held Nov. 22 at Teller’s Restaurant. Judy Krueger of Lawrence submitted the photo.
In late January, Health Care Access added three new staff members and expanded the clinic's hours. Now the clinic is able to schedule same-day appointments for qualified patients, and no longer has to turn away requests for urgent care appointments. New hires from left are Patricia Neis, nurse practitioner, Brenda Waite, registered nurse, and Marie Daniels, office assistant.
Girl Scout Cadettes, ages 11 and 12, from Troop 7535, prepare to ride the “T” from the west side of town to downtown Lawrence on Tuesday to experience and learn how to use public transportation. The troop is made up of scouts from Langston Hughes, Sunflower and Corpus Christi Catholic schools.
Jim Seaver surrounded by his opera collection at his home on Louisiana and Sixth Street.
For the first time in the series, Killzone 3 features jetpacks that allow for quick navigation to hard-to-reach places. This raises the question, why doesn't every game have jetpacks by law?
Fans of using the knife for quick, deadly melee kills are out of luck in Killzone 3. Now, you have to get up close and personal with your victims, using your bare hands to get the job done.
Killzone 3 features all of the combat, scale and destruction the series has become known for, but adds 3D and Move motion control support as well as new environments and climates.
Lawrence school board member Marlene Merrill chats with LJWorld.com users in the News Center, 645 N. H., Tuesday, March 15.