Zach Gordon, left, is encouraged by counselor Phil Brandt at a summer session for New Image Camp, with locations in Florida and Pennsylvania.
Connie Marsala of Ridgefield, Conn., runs errands with her daughters, Sophie Reale, 7, and Lily Reale, 8. Getting ready for day camps requires plenty of advanced planning for parents, like Marsala, who must plan their schedules around camp hours.
A Hummer is on display at the Herb Chambers GM dealership in Danvers, Mass. Chinese automakers are interested in buying up iconic brands such as Hummer in order to gain technological expertise in the automotive market.
The Kanwaka Literary Club meets on its Founders Day. Muriel Maness, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Stan Roth, retired biology teacher, right, discusses the characteristics of a bullfrog for a group of Hillcrest School students including Armando Martinez, left, and Alex Mwithiga, second from right, during a field trip Monday to the Baker Wetlands.
A group of boys delight and girls are repulsed as Stan Roth shows them a pig-nosed snake during a field trip to the Wakarusa Wetlands on Monday morning.
Contractors put the finishing touches on the first pour of concrete Monday for a new Kansas Turnpike bridge crossing the Kansas River. Monday’s pour is the first of four base loads scheduled to form the deck for the bridge, which is part of a larger $130 million project to upgrade and overhaul portions of the turnpike as it passes through Lawrence.
Tory Runnells and other tenants at the Boardwalk Apartment complex, 524 Frontier Road, received a notice Friday that the apartment buildings “do not comply with fire safety standards.” Tenants have been urged to find other housing, and current tenants’ leases will not be renewed.
Tourists walk in front of Perito Moreno Glacier on Monday in Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina’s Patagonia region.
Free State senior Kyra Kilwein (center) kept her pace in the 1600 meter run Monday at the Sunflower League track meet at the Olathe District Activities Complex.
Free State golfer Seth McCauley, above, competes during the 6A regional golf tournament Monday at Alvamar Country Club. McCauley qualified as an individual for the state tournament.
Lawrence High’s Joe Noller recorded a 76 to win the regional title. LHS finished third to qualify for state as a team.