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Evan Klenda, 4, takes aim at a target in a game of "armchair quarterback," an activity at a tailgate party Friday at Tampa State Bank of Marion. Evan is the son of Dale and Andrea Klenda of Lincolnville.
Sitting in the chair where he served Marionites for the past 20 years, Bill Holdeman, 91, is ready to let Mike Darrow, 30, take over his barber shop. Holdeman sold it to Darrow, whose first day of business is Tuesday. He will rename it "Mike's Barber Shop."
Gov. Sam Brownback listens as Pauline Sharp, a member of the Kaw (or Kanza) tribe, delivers a speech Saturday during the dedication of a new tribal dance arbor in Allegawaho Heritage Memorial Park south of Council Grove. Kaw dancers performed for the first time in 142 years on ancestral tribal grounds.
This one-of-a-kind conveyance was created by cousins Ethan Oborny, seated, of Durham and Tom Oborny of Marion. Dubbed the "Swamp Buggy," it is made of parts from an old combine.