Folk art by M.T. Liggett stands against a field of stars during a long exposure on a moonless night in Mullinville. Liggett’s artwork stretches for nearly a mile along U.S. 400 in southwest Kansas.
Employees of The World Company rang bells for the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Campaign on Dec. 10. Sports writer Chuck Woodling, left, and Marketplace operations specialist Adrian Jacobs braved the cold outside Dillons, 3000 W. Sixth St.
Pressman James Burton watches a press that prints with soy ink at Minuteman Press, 501 Gateway Drive. The company recently was awarded Sustainable Green Printer certification.
Free State's Evan Manning (32) goes up for two against Leavenworth's Jarrid Dean (10)
For the 17th consecutive year, the KU women's basketball team spread a little cheer to patients at Lawrence Memorial Hospital on Friday. Team members Nicolette Smith (standing from left), Angel Goodrich, Aishah Sutherland and Annette Davis visited with patient Montie Greene of Baldwin City.
Lawrence Memorial Hospital cardiologist Roger Dreiling looks to the catheterization lab for a status update after completing a coronary angiography and left ventricular cineangiography on an elderly man Friday, Dec. 18, 2009, at LMH. According to the American College of Cardiology, LMH ranks first among 932 hospitals of similar size when it comes "door-to-balloon" time. That's from the time a patient suffering a heart attack enters the hospital to when the artery is opened.
Kansas defensive coordinator Carl Torbush, shown in this 2009 file photo, has retired after recently being diagnosed with low grade prostate cancer.