Albert Gaskin, caretaker at Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, looks over the cremated remains of unclaimed bodies. More people are finding themselves unable to pay the fee to claim a relative’s remains.
Mariah Dickson, 15, and her sister Jenalee, 10, are members of the Kanwaka 4-H Club and will participate in the Douglas County Fair with homemade clothing entries. The sewing competition is becoming more popular, a local fair leader said. The fashion events for the Dicksons will begin Monday.
Regular LJWorld.com commenter Marion Lynn is pictured Tuesday at his home. Lynn, who has recorded about 16,000 comments online, chooses to reveal his identity because he believes it gives him credibility.
Chimp 099 is shown with her daughter in Gombe National Park, Tanzania, in this March 7, 2006, handout photo provided by Nature magazine. Ch-099, first sampled in 2003, was infected with SIVcpz from the onset of the study. She died in November 2006 from complications of a spinal cord injury. Her body, recovered shortly after her death, was one of three bodies of SIVcpz-infected chimpanzees that were subject to post-mortem analysis.
Ryan Logan, 8, waits to talk with Trey Hillman before the Reds-Royals series. Ryan’s mother, Angie Ayrault Logan, Lawrence, submitted the picture. Got a shot for Friends & Neighbors? Send it, with your name, phone number, residence, and children’s ages, to Friends & Neighbors, P.O. Box 888, Lawrence 66044, or go online at LJWorld.com.
Judd Tinkle hangs on to his bronco during the bareback performance at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo on July 18 in Cheyenne, Wyo. Rodeos are generally seeing more spectators this year. Rodeos attract people in slow economies with close-to-home fun and affordable prices.