Matt Besler, left, a member of Sporting Kansas City, leads participants of the the Rising Stars Soccer Clinic through a cool-down workout Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at Free State High School. Besler was recently named as an all-star.
Amanda Reichard studies the state's Medicaid claims data as part of her research at Kansas University's Research and Training Center on Measurement and Interdependence in Community Living.
Boys and Girls Club group leader Abby Vestal, right, wearing a winter cap, participates in a "snowball" fight with kindergartners at East Heights Boys and Girls Club members Wednesday, July 13, 2011. The children were pretending it was the middle of winter to help stay cool in the summer heat.
Volunteer Jarryd Reed, Orlando, Fla., selects a hammer for a long day hanging dry wall during a Bike and Build work day, Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 214 Comfort Lane in North Lawrence. The volunteers are spending two days in Lawrence before biking onto their next job site.
Steve Johansen carefully walks across the jon boat he retrieved from its tie up spot in Everett Rhodes rural Mound City, Mo. on June 21, 2011. Flooding along the Missouri River is making it difficult to get around for many residents in the area where Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska come together.
Milo McKay, 10, center, gets some building assistance from artist in residence Juniper Tangpuz, right, as the two participate in "Building Gotham City."
In this Nov. 4, 2004, file photo, workers service Cessna Citation business jets at Cessna's service center in Wichita.
Vernon Geberth, president of PHI Investigations Inc., of Garnerville, N.Y., was in Lawrence Wednesday July 13, 2011, at the SpringHill Suites hotel to talk with law enforcement personnel about homicide investigations.
A semi-truck from the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory unloads near Dowtown Lawrence on Wednesday, July 12, 2011. A new store will open in the Cold Stone Creamery location in the 600 block of Massachusetts Street.
This is the corner of Seventh and New Hampshire streets as it was sometime around 1911. The building was once a post office. I removed the print from the newsroom of the Lawrence Journal-World with the help of Trevan McGee and Kevin Anderson.