Holly Swearingen gets a closer look at one of the sheep she is preparing for showing.
Don McDermott finishes up a white-tailed deer at his shop, Big Game Taxidermy, 1001 Elm St. in Eudora.
1900 Barker, a new bakery and coffeehouse at 1900 Barker Ave., opened last month and is operated by two brothers, Taylor and Reagan Petrehn. The business, which specializes in making baked goods from locally sourced and healthier, better-tasting ingredients, recently expanded its hours from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
Loaves of wheat bread at 1900 Barker
From left, brothers Reagan Petrehn, 21, and Taylor Petrehn, 23, operate 1900 Barker bakery and coffeehouse, 1900 Barker Ave., where Taylor handles the baking and Reagan is in charge of the coffee drinks.
Sweet tarts and savory galettes at 1900 Barker are pictured. The bakery switches up the selection of flavors on the menu based on what fresh fruit is available from local producers.
Lawrence Raiders shortstop Brad Kincaid (25) looks to come up with a fly ball for an out as the Raiders and Free State-Hill playedon Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at FSHS.
Free State third baseman Jake Pittman backhands a ground ball for an out as the Raiders and FSHS played on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at FSHS..
FSHS pitcher Zion Bowllin picks up a ground ball for an easy out as the Raiders and FSHS played on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at FSHS.
Free State’s Matt Hill makes the throw to first base as a Raiders runner heads toward the bag on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at FSHS.
Raiders pitcher Nate Hulse delivers against Free State-Hill on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at FSHS.
John Green, a worker with the City of Eudora, helps clean up storm damage at the Eudora City Cemetery, 2223 North 1420 Road, Tuesday, July 7, 2015.
Eudora resident Mark Hague removes some tree limbs at his home Tuesday, July 7, 2015, after a tornadic thunderstorm moved through the area Monday night.
A twisted old cedar tree stands among other storm damage in the Eudora city cemetery, Tuesday, July 7, 2015, after a possible tornado moved through the area Monday night.
City of Eudora crews clean up at the Eudora city cemetery, Tuesday, July 7, 2015, after a tornadic thunderstorm moved through the area Monday night.
From left, Lawrence musicians Tyler Gregory and Nicholas St. James perform on the stage at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire St. The two help organize and sometimes perform at weekly open mic nights at The Bottleneck and Jazzhaus.
Portrait of KU alumnus and seismology pioneer Burton McCollum, painted by Kansas City artist Daniel MacMorris.
Portrait of KU alumnus Elmer McCollum, who discovered vitamins A and D, painted by Kansas City artist Daniel MacMorris.
Pictured in June 2015, Capitol Federal Hall, the new KU School of Business building, is going up on Naismith Drive across from Allen Fieldhouse. Construction is slated for completion in spring 2016, and the 166,500-square-foot building will open for classes by fall. The total project cost is $70.5 million, with the $60.5 million construction cost coming from private funds.