Corrine Yoder-Mulkey, left, and Rachel Opstad look over a book of sheet music during the first rehearsal of the Midwestern Music Academy on Sunday.
Paul Matthews addresses reporters after winning the male professional division of the Ironman 70.3 Kansas triathlon on Sunday, June 12, 2011 at Clinton State Park.
Chrissie Wellington carries four-year-old Hudson Robinson, who is dressed as a flying monkey from the Wizard of Oz, after winning the female professional division of the Kansas Ironman Triathlon Sunday June 12, 2011 at Clinton State Park. The victory marked Wellington’s third in a row at the triathlon.
Whimsy, a blue-eyed Pied, peacock, left, presents a courting display to Cleopatra, a Cameo Peahen, right, at Jenn Cole-Hiatt’s Revolution Mama Ranch.
Jenn Cole-Hiatt’s tattoos include a rooster flirting with a duck on her feet. The tattoos were based on illustrations from an old postcard.
Jenn Cole-Hiatt maintains several incubators at her Revolution Mama Ranch. Cole-Hiatt raises, breeds and sells several heritage breeds of chickens.
Dr. Paul Kincaid, 90, is the longest-serving practicing dentist in the state of Kansas.