Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld came to the Dole Institute of Politics on Thursday July 26, 2012, to talk about his life and career in politics, which saw some of the most infamous and pivotal times in recent history.
Former Rep. Dennis Moore and his wife, Stephene Moore, make a batch of brownies together recently at their Lenexa home. Moore, a six-term congressman, announced earlier this year that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
Kansas University graduate Marco Vallotto watches as Chris Wagner, of Overland Park, secures a big-screen television set in his truck bed Thursday during a move-out.
Gov. Sam Brownback on Thursday speaks with Olivia Schwyhart of Lawrence after a news conference on the state's new career and technical education law.
During an interview Thursday, July 26, 2012, Dr. Greg Schnose, of Internal Medicine Group in Lawrence, explains the levels of care that his practice plans to achieve by participating in a state "Patient Centered Medical Home" pilot project. The practice, 4525 W. Sixth St., is one of only eight practices selected for the two-year project.
Susan Andersen, advanced practice registered nurse, is project coordinator of the Patient Centered Medical Home Initiative at Internal Medicine Group, 4525 W. Sixth St. During an interview Thursday, July, 26, 2012, she talks about the project and how it will benefit both patients and staff. The thick book in front of her is just part of what she's using to keep track of the project. She said, "That's just the start. It's a huge work in progress."
Victor Continental reads excerpts from his autobiography Saturday, July 14, 2012.
Clothing Details: Shoes, Aldo, five years ago, $80; jeans, H&M, December 2011, $30 with a sweet discount; glasses, In God We Trust (New York City), two years ago, $80; shirt, J.Crew, one year ago, $40.
Clothing Details: Shoes, TJ Maxx, $15, May 2012; dress: Alloy, $40, June 2012.
William and Elizabeth Skinner, married June 16, 1940, celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary this year. Gina Skinner, of Lawrence, submitted the photo.