Terri Furman is director of sales for Wonderland Hill Development Co. in Boulder, Colo. It includes four condominium-type units that will be permanently affordable - in the range of $140,000.
Terri Furman, director of sales for Wonderland Hill Development Co. in Boulder, tours the Silver Sage project. The development offers affordable co-housing for senior citizens in Boulder.
Tom Cottin, owner of Cottin's Hardware & Rental, unloads a truck full of stock early in the morning.
Jeff Harkin and his son, James, work together on a pottery piece during a May 10 "Family Pottery" class at the Lawrence Arts Center.
The sun rises over Cottin's Hardware & Rental early the morning of May 10.
Patricia N. Long was named the 28th president of Baker University. She takes over July 1 after the retirement of Dan Lambert, who served 19 years.
Master Sgt. Bill Buck and his wife, Cindy, get their picture taken by friends following their reunion after his year in Iraq. Buck is attached to the 891st headquarters in Iola, but lives in Nevada, Mo.
Sgt. Vernon Shaffer Jr. gets a hug from his youngest son, Wyatt, after embracing his older son, Zachary.
Sgt. Vernon Shaffer Jr. gets a hug from his wife, Shawna, moments after the 891st Battalion was given the command to "fall out!" The Shaffers are from Independence, Kan.
More than 300 friends and family members of the 891st Engineering Battalion greeted the returning soldiers by clapping their hands and stomping their feet as the unit entered the gymnasium at Fort Sill.
Sgt. Edwin Rubadue, Fort Sill, Okla., unfurls a "welcome home" banner to place across the front of the Rinehart Fitness Center, where the ceremony took place. Fort Sill officials said similar ceremonies take place about once a week at the fort.
Sgt. Sean Fisher, Coffeyville, holds the Bravo Company flag of the 891st Engineering Battalion after the "welcome home" ceremony was complete.
Sgt. David McDonald and his wife, Michelle, reunite Saturday at Fort Sill, Okla. McDonald spent a year in Iraq with the 891st Engineering Battalion.
Sgt. Vernon Shaffer Jr. hoists his son, Wyatt, after Saturday's welcome-home ceremony for the 891st Engineering Battalion at Fort Sill, Okla., Shaffer's wife, Shawna, is at left. Wyatt was 9 weeks old when Shaffer left for Iraq.