This illustration shows Lawrence Country Club, which April 27-29 will host the Big 12 Women's Golf Championships.
An accident occurred at Ninth and Tennessee streets at about 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Stephanie Thomas, right, shows volunteer Hannah Sherman, of Baldwin City, how to wash and cull radishes harvested from the farm Thomas owns south of Baldwin City. Her Spring Creek Farm sells fresh vegetables to members of a subscription service, at farmers’ markets, Baker University, The Merc and a few local restaurants.
Radishes grown of Spring Creek Farm washed, packed and ready for delivery
Stephanie Thomas water starter plants at the end of a greenhouse on her Spring Creek Farm south of Baldwin City.
The singers are in bright spotlights and the background is dark in this stage scene. Since the photographer is close to the performers he could determine a correct exposure for the whole scene by basing the exposure off the nearest couple at left. With a point-and-shoot camera on autoexposure, one metering technique would have been to direct the camera to the couple at left, press the shutter button half-way to lock the exposure and then reframe the whole stage for the photo.
Lawrence High School students Caroline Gish and Josh Seybert, left, and others perform “Footloose” during Showtime rehearsals Tuesday at LHS. The annual musical revue will be at the school at 7:30 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $7 and are available at the Clinton Parkway Hy-Vee or at the door.
The Douglas County district attorney urged the Douglas County Commission to do something about the over-the-top prices some tow companies are charging motorists.
The Haskell Cultural Center and Museum features exhibits of artwork and clothing, some made by current Haskell students. This shawl was handed down through generations of students at Haskell.
Barry Coffin's War Mothers sculpture sits outside the Haskell Cultural Center on the campus at Haskell Indian Nations Univeristy. The statue is in honor of all the mothers of sons and daughters who served, fought and died in any war.
Much of Haskell Indian Nation University’s history is on display at the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum, 143 Barker Ave.
Graeme Herd, head of the International Security Program at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, speaks on “After Afghanistan: Implications and Emerging Paradigms after Withdrawal” during a conference Wednesday at Kansas University.
Free State seniors Lynn Robinson, left, and Cain Anderson look over the cake made for them and other track teammates who signed letters of intent at the school Wednesday, April 25, 2012. Robinson signed with KU and Anderson signed with Wichita State.
Kansas second baseman Ka'ana Eldredge dives for the ball during Kansas' game against Kansas State Wednesday, April 25, 2012, at Hoglund Ballpark.
Becki Dick is the new chair for the United Way fundraising drive.
Quail Run fourth-graders Simon Zimmerman, Matthew Watson and Jacob Thompson try to stay in step while learning how to line dance with KU student teachers Katie Stearns and Mallory Bayles on Wednesday at Quail Run School. Since February, 25 KU elementary education majors have visited Quail Run’s fourth-grade class as part of their intermediate literacy class.
Greg Williams has been chosen to be the next president and CEO of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
Kansas' Elsa Moyer slaps a single in the Jayhawks' first game of a doubleheader with UMKC on Wednesday, April 25, 2012, at Arrocha Ballpark.
From left to right: Kansas University quarterback Dayne Crist, left tackle Tanner Hawkinson and defensive end Toben Opurum will be counted on to lead their teammates on and off the field as KU’s 2012 team captains, coach Charlie Weis announced Tuesday, April 24, 2012.
Theodore E. “Ted” Kummer
This photo, taken in 1970, shows longtime Theatre Lawrence patrons Bill and Barb Gaeddart, along with writer Robert Harling, who wrote the play “Steel Magnolias,” which opened in 1987 and is currently playing at Theatre Lawrence through Sunday. At the time of the photo, Bill Gaeddart, far left in the back row, was the director of the choir at the First Presbyterian Church in Natchitoches, La., which Harling, the tallest man in the back row, attended. Barb Gaeddart is seen second from left in the middle row. Harling wrote the play for his sister, Susan, at far right, who had diabetes. Kay Traver, of Lawrence, submitted the photo, which was provided by the Gaeddarts, who now live in the Lawrence area.