Brad Finkeldei votes Tuesday morning at the Carnegie Building, 200 West 9th Street, in primary elections for Lawrence City Commission and school board candidates. Voters will narrow the list of candidates for the general election April 7.
Guthrie Bricker, a sixth-grader at Liberty Memorial Central Middle School, works on some ring rows during the after-school program Smart Strength. The program got a grant and used funds to purchase new equipment for students to use in the exercise program.
In this file photo from Dec. 8, 2011, Charlie Weis gets off the Kansas University plane at the Lawrence Airport after agreeing to become the 37th football coach in KU history.
Janet Johnson, director of the Music Clubhouse, 2201 W. 25th St., leads piano students through some lessons recently. In the class are students Amelia Sachs, 7, left, and her sister Mary Jane, 5, right.
Penny was a rescued pregnant dog under foster care when she wandered away from her foster home. She was returned safe to the shelter on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015.
Two workers on lifts construct ceiling framing for one of the new storage buildings at the county's new Public Works Department, 3755 East 25th Street, located east of the Douglas County Jail. In addition to several storage building the new facility would house under one roof all of the Public Works Department, which is now split between two facilities.
Micheal Clodfelter, of Lawrence, pictured with his wife, Rena, submitted the winning entry in our love story contest. He and his wife met during the Vietnam War. Pictures of them from earlier times line the wall behind them in their dining room.
Tiffany Fabriz, 32, left, is the winner of this year's Free State Digital New Year New You makeover contest. She was nominated by her daughter, Maya Perez, 12, pictured at right. Fabriz has lost over 100 pounds in the last year, and her healthy habits have rubbed off on Maya.
KU students visit and pass between classes outside of Wescoe Hall and across Jayhawk Boulevard from Strong Hall on Friday. Through a process that occurs once every 10 years, KU is seeking reaffirmation of its accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Jameelah Jones, KU graduate student, is Student Senate's first director of Diversity and Inclusion.
Free State High football coach Bob Lisher, standing center, introduces senior football team members before they sign letters of intent to play at the collegiate level. From left are Carson Bowen, Baker University; Scott Frantz, Kansas State; and Michael Georgie, Fort Scott Community College.
Author Margaret Atwood signs books after a lecture at the Kansas Union Ballroom. Atwood delivered the Kenneth A. Spencer Memorial Lecture to over 1,000 people on Monday night in a speech that combined pop culture, humor and intellectual observation.
Lawrence High freshman E'lease Stafford hits the floor to get a steal during the Lions' game against the Barstow Knights on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015, at LHS
A flock of gulls and another larger bird glide over a field east of Westar Energy's Lawrence Energy Center, on a cold Groundhog Day morning, Monday, Feb. 2, 2015.
Lori Norwood, Lawrence, will be be inducted into the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame on February 28th. Norwood has built upon her career as a sculptor since moving to Lawrence in 2007, but she will be honored for her success as a pentathlon athlete in the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame. Norwood is picture running on the Lawrence River Trails in North Lawrence.
"Love Birds" by Emily Markoulatous
"Peace Love World" by Jennifer Veerkamp, applique
"Messages of (Non) Love" by Jessica Barron and Erica Hunter, mixed-media cards
"Hope" by Erica Hunter, aluminum cast with wire