Dr. Ryan Neuhofel opened a new family practice in November in the Medical Arts Building, 346 Maine. Neuhofel doesn't accept health insurance or other third party plans, instead he charges fees for services. He's also willing to barter. Neuhofel said he had fun promoting his business this fall in downtown Lawrence.
Lawrence residents Mark Hutchinson, Amy Carrillo and Randy Barnes have changed careers in the last few years.
Bella, an English bulldog, pants her way home from Kennedy School, followed by her human companions, Charlene Mendell and Mendell’s son, Caden Little, 2, who was covering his eyes in the bright sunshine. Because of the nice December weather, they walked to school to meet Caden’s older brother, Loran Little, 9, and walk home with him.
Kansas Department of Corrections photo of Ronnie Rhodes, who was convicted in Sedgwick County of first-degree murder in 1981. Advocates have questioned Rhodes' guilt, including a law school class at Washburn University which investigated the case. In 2008, Rhodes asked that DNA in the case be tested, but the evidence could not be located. Rhodes had a pardon application denied earlier this year, but he has since filed another application which includes more information from an investigation.
Lawrence Family Medicine and Obstetrics employee Trisha Tyree wears a T-shirt in support of Dr. Rod Barnes during work on Monday.
Dr. Rod Barnes stops by the desk of Joni Lawrence, a registered nurse who has worked with Barnes since 1980. Barnes credits Lawrence for keeping his practice together during his absence.
Dr. Rod Barnes laughs with his patient, Jim Lewis, Lawrence, as the two discuss Barnes's return to work, during an exam on Monday, Jan. 30, 2012, at Lawrence Family Medicine and Obstetrics, 1220 Biltmore Drive. Barnes returned to his practice last week after being away nearly two years while undergoing and recovering from chemotherapy and a successful bone marrow transplant for treating leukemia.
A Douglas County Sheriff’s officer Monday morning walks to a car involved in a two-vehicle collision on U.S. Highway 59 about 2 miles north of the intersection with U.S. Highway 56. A Kansas Highway Patrol officer on the scene said both drivers in the wreck suffered minor injuries but refused medical transport.
Dorothy Bernice (Cupp) Von Tungeln
F. JoAnn Coffman Elliott
Super Bowl cupcakes are big, bold, manly and totally down for a Super Bowl spread.
Siblings Beaumont and Daisy Mae admire the tree. They are the pets of Wendy Dickinson, Ottawa. Susan Dickinson, Overbrook, submitted the photo. Got a picture for Pet Post? Bring in or mail a Pet Post photo and some information about your pet to the Journal-World, 645 N.H., Lawrence, KS 66044 or email it to email@example.com.
Some of the very old books kept at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library on the Kansas University campus.
Blake Robbins, actor, director and writer of the movie "The Sublime and Beautiful," left, and Jess Shuler, assistant director, review scenes to be filmed Jan. 20 at Mr. Goodcents on 23rd Street. The movie is being shot in and around Lawrence in a two-week period.
Actor Armin Shimerman, lower left, waits to film a scene with first assistant cameraman Tony Ontiveros, center, and cinematographer Lyn Moncrief, right, during fliming of the movie "The Sublime and Beautiful" on Jan. 20 at Mr. Goodcents on 23rd Street.
Scott Chaussee graduated from the University of Southampton in Hampshire, England, on Dec. 14 with a Master of Arts in social archaeology. Chaussee, a 2002 graduate of Free State High School and 2007 graduate of Kansas University, currently is a doctoral candidate at the University of Exeter in Devon, England. Gayle Anderson submitted the photo.
Kansas University senior Kelly Heimen, Lawrence, thumbs through documents relative to the South Lawrence Trafficway for an undergraduate thesis project in the newly-renovated reading room at the Spencer Research Library on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012.