District Judge Lee Fowler conducts Lyon County’s Drug Court. The program gives offenders a second chance at getting straight with the help of a strict program set up by the judge and a team.
Cody Newell, 8, from Baldwin City, ushers his pig around the arena as spectators bid on it during the Douglas County Fair livestock auction held August 6, 2011 in the community arena building at the fairgrounds. This was Cody’s first year participating in the auction.
Richard Sengpiehl (seated) and Jake and Masha Kipp (in background), all from Lawrence, attended the rally Saturday at the Capitol. The three had also gone to an earlier event in Lawrence to support keeping open the Lawrence office of the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services.
Two large flags are unfurled Saturday at the Capitol during a rally put on by the Kansas Equality Coalition and Kansas National Organization for Women. About 150 people attended.
The Crossing formerly sat at the north end of Jayhawk Boulevard where it meets 12th Street. The Oread Hotel property currently exists in the location. Photo by Dan Shattuck
A crowd of of about 50 people gathered Saturday, Aug. 6, 2011, during an interfaith prayer vigil at Plymouth Congregational Church, 925 Vt., to lament the closing of the Lawrence office of the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services.
The old North Lawrence car wash. Photo by Dan Shattuck