Devin Busick, 15, practices walking with assistance at the Madonna Rehabilitation Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. After 10 weeks of therapy and rehab, Busick was able to walk and eat with minimal assistance.
Allison Booth paints the face of Piper Allen, 6, face at the Manhattan Public Library on Friday morning.
Construction on a “diverging diamond” interchange at the intersection of Fort Riley Boulevard and Seth Child Road is underway. The project is expected to be completed next spring.
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More than 150 people showed up to audition for “Big Brother,” a reality TV show on CBS, at Kite’s Bar and Grill Tuesday evening. The event was part of an open casting call for the show.
Homer Smith, left, and Austin Tracy of BHS Construction install a stained-glass window at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan on Tuesday morning as part of an overall facelift. Stonework for the church was completed in 1860, and the building was used for hay storage during the Civil War, according to the church’s website.
Cooper, a 4-month-old golden retriever, plays in City Park on Monday morning. Cooper’s owners were enjoying the spring weather swinging from hammocks in the park.
The Sigma Lambda Gamma sorority performs during the Wildcat Step Show on Friday night in Forum Hall. The dancers stepped across the stage to find their hearts, courage and brains, reimagining The Wizard of Oz.
For an alternative to traditional egg-dyeing kits, try using shaving cream and food coloring. It creates a unique marbling effect on the eggs.
Connor Aggston plays Jolly Jake the Jester. The play is about King Arthur, knights and other whimsical characters in Camelot.
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