Lawrence artist Stan Herd paints during Van Go's What Floats Your Boat fundraiser. Herd then donated the painting to be auctioned off at the fundraiser, which raised an estimated $100,000 for the program.
Kansas University tax law professor Martin Dickinson spoke Saturday to Douglas County Democrats at the Lawrence Public Library about the impact of Gov. Sam Brownback's tax cuts.
Kansas University tax law professor Martin Dickinson on Saturday spoke to Douglas County Democrats on the new tax law signed by Gov. Sam Brownback.
Three British short-hair cats play inside their cage during the K.C. Midwest Cat Club show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday.
Chris Buck plays with her 4-month-old Maine coon cat named Bipolar Bear during the K.C. Midwest Cat Club Show on Saturday.
Doug Blackmore, Orlando, Fla., looks over Wyatt, a brown McTabby and white Selkirk Rex short-hair during the K.C. Midwest Cat Club show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday.
Lynn Landers-Dickinson, of Des Moines, Iowa, looks over Wyatt, a brown McTabby and white Selkirk Rex short-hair during the K.C. Midwest Cat Club Show.
Murlene Priest, of Topeka, judges a Siamese cat during the Kansas City Midwest Cat Club Show Saturday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2120 Harper St. Nearly 90 cats competed in the annual contest, which featured four classes of cats: kittens, purebred adults, alters and household cats.
Barry Watts, left, and Brandon Urban, both of Lawrence, walk to the green on the 18th hole as they shoot a round of golf at the Lawrence Country Club in preparation for a 100-hole golf event.
Kelly Kindscher, a KU professor of environmental studies, speaks to visitors Saturday during a tour of the Kansas University Native Medicinal Plant Research Garden, located at 1865 East 1600 Road.
Visitors huddle under a shade structure where they learn about the different places growing, such as the beebalm pictured in the foreground during a tour of the KU Native Medicinal Place Research Garden, located at 1865 E. 1600 Road, Saturday, June 16, 2012.
Camella Fern Hallenbeck
Curtis W. Dalton
Wayne L. Combs
William E. Van Dyke
The Journal-World looked at the majors of Big 12 basketball players, and those of teams that made the Sweet Sixteen in 2012. Several schools had an inordinate number of players majoring in areas that few other students do. At Texas A&M, for example, nearly 36 percent of basketball players study agricultural leadership and development, compared to fewer than 1 percent of all students.
Matt Tornow and Nicole Madril
Betsy Siess and Nathan Hammer
Mike and Linda Amyx
Marlene and John Dillard
Thomas Reams and Kelly O’Toole
Phil Biggerstaff and Audra Nelsen
Goalkeeper Mia Romano, 12, plays in the 2012 Kansas City Invitational Tournament, held May 25-28 at the Overland Park Soccer Complex. Mia plays in the Kaw Valley Soccer Association’s U12 Girls Premier League in Lawrence for coach Brad Williams. Pete Romano of Lawrence, Mia’s father, submitted the photo.