Connie Loebsack has her hair washed by Cora Carey at Head Rush Studio, 622 W. 12th St.
Caryn Scott leads the exercise group at Immanuel Lutheran Church, combining faith and fitness for holistic health.
Beth Brubeck, a 1994 graduate of Kansas State and the lone Wildcat fan of the household, is pictured with her in-house rivals, husband Bryan Brubeck, a 1994 Kansas University graduate, and sons Nick, 5, on shoulders, and Andrew, 7.
Kyle Snow pushes Zach Herries on the track around the football field during a Eudora High School band performance before the start of the football game on Oct. 23. Snow’s participation allows Herries, who has cerebral palsy, to perform with the band.
Dr. Sabrina Prewett talks about the new computerized records system at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Prewett, the medical director of the LMH emergency department, has been instrumental in helping set up the new system. In January, the emergency room will be one of few nationwide that is paperless.
A detail of what a new record form looks like at LMH. Besides keeping track of a patient’s health and medication history, the electronic records can help cut down on medical errors such as dangerous drug interactions.
Kansas University’s Aishah Sutherland (1) goes up for a shot over Pittsburg State’s Bailey Waugh (14). Sutherland had 20 points and 10 rebounds in the Jayhawks’ 86-56 exhibition rout Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse.
By compiling writings from female inmates at the Douglas County Jail, Paige Blair, left, and Iris Wilkinson have produced a printed collection of thoughts from the inmates.
KU's Annette Davis takes the ball to the basket in front of PSU's Larissa Richards during the game on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009, at Allen Fieldhouse.