Artist Dave Van hee fills his studio with found objects for inspiration and use in his artwork at his studio east of Lawrence. This panorama photo and the one at bottom left were created by combing six vertical images taken with a fisheye lens from a central location.
Floyd Ott, who lives south of Eudora, eats an apple Monday in his orchard. Because of pollination problems, his apple crop was slashed this year. Making matters worse, last week some of the last ripe apples off his trees were stolen.
From left, LaVerne Epp, president and chairman of the Lawrence Douglas County Bioscience Authority board of directors, and U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore, D-Kan., visit at the groundbreaking of the Bioscience and Technology Business Center on Kansas University’s West Campus. The center will be home to startup technology companies from KU. Second from right is Lt. Governor Troy Findley.
Free State's Reese Jones (5) jumps above Shawnee Heights defender David Franze (13) while trying to hit a header past Cole Rickabaugh. The Firebirds ripped the Thunderbirds, 6-1, on Monday at Free State.
Central Junior High school football player Dearion Cooper, in yellow, gets tackled by Josiah Lebrun during seventh-grade team drills Monday. The team was practicing in South Park for a Sunday afternoon game against Southwest Junior High at YSI Fields.
Free state high’s Drue Davis eased her way through the bars on Monday, finishing fourth in the LHS All-Around Invitational at Lawrence High.
U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, R-Kan., who represents Kansas’ 2nd District, center, visits with Sue Hack, left, and Scott Morgan before Jenkins spoke at the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce’s National Congressional Series breakfast Monday.
Lawrence artist Diana Dunkley has a large studio space in East Lawrence where she not only creates her own works of art but gives instructions to students. Dunkley and Lawrence artist Marty Olson will share the space with their work for the Lawrence ArtWalk, which is Saturday and Sunday.