Karen Glotzbach, left, of Lawrence, and friend Bev Herrman, Winchester, are co-owners of KB’s Smokehouse, a smoked-meats catering service. Glotzbach is an engineer and paramedic for Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical, and she tapped into her unique knowledge base to have McNeely Steel, of Leavenworth, custom-build KB’s smoker.
A 1959 view of Massachusetts Street, looking south.
U.S. honor guards carry the coffin of Sgt. Jasper Obakrairur, 26, of Palau, during a funeral ceremony Tuesday at the Palau Capital building in Melekeok. Obakrairur is the first Palauan to be killed in Afghanistan under Operation Enduring Freedom.
Both printed and digitized copies of historic newspapers are seen on display Tuesday at the Newseum in Washington.
Job seekers were taking a break outside the Pinnacle career Institute, 1601 W. 23rd, Tuesday as representatives from several employers had booths to let people know abut possible job opportunities were available.
Kansas University graduate Krista Holzgraefe teaches Derrick Millard, 13, left, and Derrick Westbrook, 12, right about the skull structure of a triceratops as she leads students from Gary Lighthouse Charter School in Gary, Ind., on a scavenger hunt Tuesday through the Natural History Museum on the campus of Kansas University. Holzgraefe, who is working with Teach for America, explained that the program recruits recent college graduates to teach in low-income schools in an effort to help close the achievement gap.
The reigning Lawrence High School baseball state champs eat a lucky breakfast recently at Hy-Vee, 3504 Clinton Parkway. Shirley Hadl, Lawrence, submitted the picture.