A group of Sunset Hill School students head to school from Ninth Street and Harvard Road on Wednesday for International Walk to School Day, with parents, teachers and others working to encourage and enable children to get to class under their own power.
Cast members from left, Puck played by Julie Miller and Oberon played by Taylor Geiman exchange glances during a dress rehearsal for "Shakespeare in Hollywood." The comedy, written by Ken Ludwig, follows Puck and Oberon as they're transported to 1930s Hollywood.
Teen artists have been busy producing artwork that will be for sale at the annual Adornment holiday sale.
Loring Henderson, executive director of the Lawrence Community Shelter, foreground right, describes what the inside of a future homeless shelter might look like during Tuesday’s announcement of the pending property purchase at the Franklin Business Center, 3701 Franklin Park Circle. Tuesday was also the official kickoff of the public phase to raise the last $800,000 to complete the shelter’s capital campaign.
Loring Henderson, executive director of the Lawrence Community Shelter (LCS) foreground right, describes what the inside of the future shelter will look like Tuesday, Oct. 4th during the announcement of the pending property purchase at the Franklin Business Center, 3701 Franklin Park Circle. It was also the official kickoff of the public phase to raise the last $800,000 to complete the capital campaign. The Lawrence Community Shelter has already raised about 75 percent of the money necessary to purchase and renovate the property and provide a decent shelter, for the needs of the families and individuals experiencing homelessness in Lawrence and Douglas County.
Kansas linebacker Isaac Wright is pictured Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2011. Getting playing time on a Div. 1 football team is just another one of life's challenges presented to the junior college transfer, who has seemingly been fighting an uphill battle since day one. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Candi Baker is dance program director at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Everett Kenner, 57, a computer programmer for the Kansas University Endowment Association, has participated in the health screenings the association has offered since 2007. After a screening in December, he learned that he had an aggressive form of prostate cancer. "I consider myself extremely fortunate to work in a place that supports and promotes wellness for its employees. As often happens with prostate (and other) cancers, I had no symptoms and no knowledge that anything was going on," he said.
A Firebird adorns the new wind screen on the fence along the west side of the stadium at Free State High School.
Kansas City, Mo., police issued an Amber Alert for Lisa Irwin, an infant who disappeared from her Kansas City home overnight on Oct. 3.
Tarzan played by Christian Johanning, makes a statement in the beginning of "Shakespeare in Hollywood" during a dress rehearsal at the Crafton-Preyer Theatre.
Kansas senior Allison Mayfield goes up for a return against Nebraska-Omaha on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 at Horejsi Family Athletic Center.
Kansas setter Kara Wehrs gets low for a return against Nebraska-Omaha on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 at Horejsi Family Athletic Center.
Kansas sophomore Kara Wehrs sets for a teammate against Nebraska-Omaha on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 at Horejsi Family Athletic Center.
Margaret Carlile "Trudy" Travis
Drew Ryan Anderson
Band Day scouts: Quail Run School fourth-grade Girls Scouts participated in the Sept. 10 KU Band Day parade. Back row, from left, are Rheanne Walton, Ella Young, Ellie White and Nicole Miele; front row, Justice Ellis, Jayquanna McBride, Erin Fagan, Isabella Counts and Greta Hayden. Lori Walton submitted the photo.