Richard Gwin

Richard Gwin has been a photographer with the Lawrence Journal-World for more than 20 years. He lives in rural Leavenworth County.

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Searchers recover body of Tonganoxie man, 30, from Lone Star Lake in southern Douglas County
Dive crews, emergency responders were searching for man who was swimming at Lone Star Lake
05:04 p.m., August 13, 2011 Updated 10:14 p.m.
A 30-year-old Tonganoxie man died while he was swimming about 70 feet offshore at Lone Star Lake in southern Douglas County, said Douglas County Sheriff spokesman Sgt. Steve Lewis.

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Recent photos

Cancer patient Michael Meyer cracks jokes as he gets a dose of medicine from registered nurse Janyce Nuckolls during a recent chemotherapy treatment at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Lawrence.

Lawrence Memorial Hospital cardiologist Elizabeth Guastello listens to the heart of patient Carole Klopp, of Lawrence, on Wednesday. Guastello, who started at the hospital in September, has been trying to raise awareness about women's heart health with the help of colleague Christina Salazar.

The Clearfield School at 2162 N. 600 Road, built in 1900 northeast of Baldwin City in Palmyra Township, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

The multi-phase Kansas Statehouse restoration, currently underway, includes restoration of the first through fifth floors, rehabilitation/expansion of the basement, complete exterior masonry restoration, copper roof and copper dome restoration.

Amy Lindsay, of Shawnee, takes a self portrait at Ted Grinter's sunflower field near Tonganoxie on Saturday Aug. 24, 2013.

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