Gardner-Edgerton running back Traevohn Wrench (20) battled turf toe early in the season, but he has rushed for 1,277 yards in the past four games.
Kansas coach Bill Self, right, listens as Blair Kerkhoff shares his opinion of the one-and-done rule during Bill Self's Courtside roundtable discussion on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, at Crown Toyota Pavilion. Other panel members were Jay Bilas, Mike DeCourcy, and Fran Fraschilla.
Kansas coach Bill Self shares a laugh with members of the discussion panel during Bill Self's "Courtside View" roundtable discussion on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, at Crown Toyota Pavilion. Other panel members included Jay Bilas, Mike DeCourcy, Fran Fraschilla and Blair Kerkhoff.
Baldwin City resident Mary Lyons, right, picks up her ballot box as Janet Adams, Lawrence, and other Kids Voting volunteers wait for theirs following a training session on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012 at the Riverfront Mall. Volunteers learned the specifics about operating the voting education initiative for kids, which will operate in conjunction with official polling sites on Election Day. Students ranging from preschool through 12th grade are encouraged to visit the polling sites with their parents to cast a Kids Voting ballot in an effort to educate and engage them on the election process.
Sumac Chicken at Aladdin Cafe, 1021 Massachusetts St.
Gil Stratton, of Livermore, Calif., gets a close look at the Hindsight is Always 20/20 art exhibit by R. Luke Dubois. The exhibit, which examines the frequency of words used from compilations of each president's State of the Union speeches, is presented in the form of eye charts.
John Wilson, who is running as a Democrat to represent the 10th District in the Kansas House, chats on LJWorld.com on Thursday, Nov. 1.
Eye charts made from words used in State of the Union Addresses, such as this one taken from one of Barack Obama’s, by artist R. Luke Dubois are on display at the Hindsight is Always 20/20 exhibit at the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire St.
Lawrence painter Jesse Gray braces himself against a window pane while touching up the frame as Jay Wachs and Joan Hawkins talk over a lunch meeting on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012 at Teller's, 746 Massachusetts. Thursday's warm temperatures allowed for plenty of work and play outdoors.
Sorting out cookies, Melissa Anderson, of Girl Scout Troop 215, carries some of the more than 4,053 cases of cookies, enough to supply 60 troops, that arrived Thursday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 21st and Harper streets.
Betty Jane Hamilton
Mitchell James Landreth
Carolyn Mae Freeman
Marcia Jean Robinson
Mildred N. Whitman
Zachary Dillon, Wichita. Clothing details: hat, online, a year ago, $35; shirt, garage sale, 2008, $3; jacket, JCPenney, five years ago, $4; jeans, Target, last year, $23; boots, Wild Man Vintage, two years ago, $25.
Jacque Beattie, Bangor, Northern Ireland. Clothing details: shoes, Topshop, seven months ago, £20; jeans, Republic, seven months ago, £30; coat, Walmart, three weeks ago, $20; scarf, River Island, two years ago, £15.
Peggy Wallert, center, accepted a $3,000 check for Cottonwood Inc. on Oct. 16 from the newest Sam’s Club at Plaza at the Speedway, which opened Oct. 18 in Kansas City, Kan. Pictured from left are Karen Warmund, of Sam’s Club; Wallert, Cottonwood director of community relations and development; and Keith Pappert, Sam’s Club manager. Kari Bentzinger, of Cottonwood, submitted the photo.