Lawrence Firefighters knock down flames Thursday morning as they
battle a fire that engulfed a North Lawrence home. Firefighters had
the fire out by 11:40 a.m. and were beginning to investigate how it
Country star Faith Hill sings the National Anthem before the start
of Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta, Jan.30, 2000. A one-hour interview
with Hill, "Intimate Portrait," airs Monday, Feb. 21, on the
U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White, speaks at a news conference in New
York, Wednesday June 14, 2000. Charges were brought Wednesday
against 120 people in what federal prosecutors said was the largest
securities fraud crackdown in U.S. history. Behind White is Barry
Mawn, assistant FBI director in New York.
CitiFinancial opens June 26 at 1525 W. Sixth, Suite C.
Phill Kline, 3rd District candidate in the Republican primary for
the U.S. Congress, offers to pump gas for Pam Nord, Lawrence,
Wednesday at the Miller Mart at 23rd and Wakarusa. Kline was
campaigning at the gas pump, deriding taxes on gasoline and oil
Children cross the lilly pad obstacle Wednesday at the Lawrence
Aquatic Center. A city commission budget meeting Wednesday ended
with an agreement to raise stormwater fees and charge more for
admission at the Lawrence Aquatic Center. On the same day, a school
board panel decided to adopt a tax increase in lieu of budget cuts.
Retired U.S. Army Col. George Von Trofimoff, right, sits in the
back of an FBI van while being driven into the United States
Courthouse Wednesday afternoon June 14, 2000 in Tampa, Fla.
Trofimoff, of Melbourne, Fla., was arrested on charges that he
engaged in a 25-year-long conspiracy to sell classified military
intelligence information to the Soviet Union.
The Tanger Factory Outlet Center, 1035 N. Third, has a new owner
and a new name. The I-70 Business Center remains home to several
tenants, including Liz Claiborne and a National Computer Systems
test-scoring center. Still available: 30,000 square feet of space
Lawrence Raiders Rob Etken delivers a pitch during Wednesday
evenings game against Topeka 400 at the Free State High School
Lawrence Raiders firstbaseman Aaron Rose, center, leads pitcher Rob
Etken, left, with an underhand toss to first base on a force out
during Wednesday nights game against Topeka 400. At right is
secondbaseman Bo Blevins.
Paul Azinger gives Tracey Stewart a hug during a ceremony on the
18th hole at Pebble Beach, in memory of her husband Payne Stewart,
during a practice day for the 100th U.S. Open in Pebble Beach,
Calif., Wednesday, June 14, 2000. The golfers held the salute in
memory of Payne Stewart, the 1999 U.S. Open champion who died in a
plane crash last October.
Mike Hicks, Payne Stewart's caddie, right, and Paul Azinger, second
from right, along with 19 other golfers, hit a 21-tee-shot salute
into the Pacific Ocean during a practice day for the 100th U.S.
Open in Pebble Beach, Calif., Wednesday, June 14, 2000. The golfers
held the salute in memory of Payne Stewart, the 1999 U.S. Open
champion who died in a plane crash.
Jason Arnett, creator and writer of Jackleg Comics, shows off some
of the minicomics.
Arnett works on a future issue in his home studio. Arnett creates
the sotry lines for the trips and sometimes uses guests artists to
illustrate the panels.
Mike Boring, portraying Harold Hill, and Beth Rea, as Marion,
rehearse a song from the "Music Man," which will open this weekend
on the outdoor stage at Seventh and High streets in Baldwin.
Top row, from left: Cassie Sears poses for a photograph with Jewel,
center; Cassie and director Ang Lee; Cassie in her Civil War-era
costume. Bottom: Cassie on the set of "Ride With the Devil."
Cassie Sears, Free State High School senior, had a speaking role in
"Ride With the Devil," and hopes to pursue a career in acting.