A pocket knife makes a great, practical holiday gift for any man.
Vergie and Mark Anderson, of Kinsley, will provide for scholarships for graduate students in the Kansas University School of Social Welfare with a $150,000 gift in honor of Vergie's two children, who died in a car accident in 1980.
The first nice picture on my trip to Nicaragua happened while I was downtown shopping and I came across a vendor with these giant doll heads.
June Medina, a resident at Windsor of Lawrence, 3220 Peterson Road, jokes Wednesday with Kansas University golfer Jackson Foth, a freshman from Kansas City, Kan. Members of the KU golf team visited residents at the center and distributed cookies that they had hand-iced.
Carter-Wilson, left, and Jennifer Metzger work as volunteers at the Toys for Tots Store at 1540 Wakarusa Drive, Suite F, sorting toys for children and families who need assistance with Christmas gifts. The shop’s hours will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday (Thursday until 7 p.m.) and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon through Dec. 22. Toys for Tots continues to accept toy donations at the store.
Georgia Tech's Tevin Washington (13) walks off the field as Florida State players celebrate an interception during the second half of the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. Florida State won, 21-15.
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Baldwin High School Pommers marched with the BHS band at this year’s KU Band Day. Pictured holding the banner, from left, are Hannah Tuley, Ruby Estes, Hannah Messenger, Heather Evilsizor, Sophia Brich, Amanda Miller, Lexie Devers, coach Gayle Dempsey and Emily Jardon. The BHS Band is directed by Will Cooper. Dempsey submitted the photo.