Lawrence High's Anthony Bonner (5) drives on Gardner-Edgerton's Kyle Hultgren (35) and Will Cook (12) on Thursday, March 6, 2014, at LHS.
The Lions' Connor Henrichs (10) looks for a pass under the goal on Thursday, March 6, 2014, at LHS.
Hundreds of volunteers who serve on city and county advisory boards pose for a group photo March 6 at the Cider Gallery, where they were honored by public officials.
Free State High School senior Alex Houston, 18, will leave Friday for a two-week international expedition in Antarctica to raise awareness about the continent and the need for continued environmental protection.
Le Tuan, of Lawrence, owner of Extreme Bus Builders, took a ride on a new project, a small train. He was taking the multicolored train to the car wash to clean it up in Wednesday's warm temperatures.
Oscar Marino, who moved to Lawrence from Venezuela in 1981, has helped provide translation services for district and municipal courts since the early 1990s.
Kathy Reynolds, of Lawrence, straightens the dress on a doll she will be selling this weekend at the Spring ARts and Crafts Fest at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Reynolds sells items including vintage dolls, handmade soap, birdhouses and homemade jams and pickles.
Maria Matamoros, a sixth-grader at St. John Catholic School in Lawrence, takes communion at an Ash Wednesday service. The day marks the beginning of the Lenten season.
Drumming up a storm from left, Dylan Bassett and Mike West play music in the Mardi Gras parade.
Colorful characters march in the annual Mardi Gras parade.
From left, Kristin Colahan of Lawrence and Glenn Baughman of Wichita, dressed like a chicken and a horse, amusing many in downtown Lawrence during the annual Mardi Gras parade Tuesday.
Craig Hoffman of Lawrence sported a colorful nose during the Mardi Gras parade up Massachusetts Street.
Alan Cardenas of Shawnee dressed like a pig along with other colorful "Fat Tuesday" characters in the annual Mardi Gras parade.
Sheila Phillips, of Latham, sported an umbrella for the Mardi Gras parade.
Mike West sings as he marches down Massachusetts Street for the Mardi Gras parade.
Katie and Mike West were the first to arrive for the start of the Mardi Gras parade.
Jordan Goss, a KU senior and member of the Studio 804 group, does some blocking on the floor of Marvin Hall on Monday March 3, 2014.
Kennedy Elementary School full-day kindergarten teacher Lauren Mitchell uses an interactive whiteboard to teach her students about rhyming and poetry. Mitchell said the technology helps create an engaging environment needed to hold young children's attention all day.
Kennedy Elementary School kindergarten teacher Lauren Mitchell helps Cody Rosebaugh and Brooklynn Clark look for words with certain sounding letters. The exercise was one stop in a reading rotation during the morning portion of Mitchell's full-day kindergarten class.
Samantha Dillon uses a laptop computer during reading time in Lauren Mitchell's full-day kindergarten class at Kennedy Elementary School.