Free State High's Neil Dougherty celebrates in the waning moments.
Dougherty scored a team-high 23 points in the Firebirds' 83-67
victory over Washburn Rural on Friday at FSHS.
Kansas University's Kristin Geoffroy, left, is pressured by Alabama
State's Tamara Norris. KU won, 62-61, Friday night at Allen
Fieldhouse in the first round of the Jayhawk Classic.
Judith Dutton, left, uses eye movement desensitization and
reprocessing to help patients with a variety of problems. The eye
movement therapy uses a holistic approach to deal with trauma. Sara
Wentz, right, Lawrence, is a former patient of Dutton's who used
the eye movement therapy to overcome her fear of flying.
A decontamination crew dressed in hazardous material suits stands
together as an investigator takes photographs outside Ottilie
Lundgren's Oxford, Conn., home. The house was declared a crime
scene Friday. Lundgren, 94, died of inhalation anthrax Nov. 21.
Lundgren's mail may have been contaminated by anthrax letters sent
to senators in Washington.
Retired Col. John R. Bourgeois, former director of the United
States Marine Band, rehearses with the Kansas University Band in
preparation for the "Salute to America" concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday
at the Lied Center. Bourgeois worked with the KU Band on Friday in
Brian Clevenger, of United Sign Corp., Kansas City, MO., installs
lettering at the new Starbucks Coffee shop at the northwest corner
of Seventh and Massachusetts streets. The store is scheduled to
open the week of Dec. 10.
Stan Herd, a local muralist and crop artist, works on a mural in
the new Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library at 1515 W. 10th
St. in Topeka.
Former Beatle George Harrison, shown in this 1998 file photo, lost
his battle with cancer Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 58.
U.S. Marines raise two flags on the Marine forward base in southern
Afghanistan. The flag below the American flag Friday is the flag of
New York City.
ANNA COX, left, gives Andrea Moreau her receipt and purchase at
Hobbs Inc., 700 Mass. Both Lawrence and Douglas County officials
learned Friday that sales tax revenues in the month after the Sept.
11 terrorist attacks increased compared to last year, according to
figures from the Kansas Department of Revenue.
George Harrison, left, and Bob Dylan perform during a 1971 benefit
concert at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Shelley Joy says a prayer for peace and in memory of former Beatle
George Harrison at Strawberry Fields in New York's Central Park.
George Harrison, left, and Indian musician Ravi Shankar sit at
London's Royal Albert Hall prior to "Ravi Shankar's Music Festival
from India" in this Sept. 23, 1974 file photo.
Former DeKalb County Sheriff Sidney Dorsey is led into the Dekalb
County Magistrate Court, in Decatur, Ga. He and two others were
charged Friday in the assassination of Sheriff-elect Derwin Brown.
An Army bomb disposal technician demonstrates a bomb-handling robot
Tuesday at Fort Riley. The 774th Ordnance Company based at the base
saw a sharp increase in calls since Sept. 11, but levels have
returned to normal in recent weeks.
Larry and Suzanne Rice say their cats, Jack and Zuzu, "are the best of friends." Jack and Zuzu enjoy doing everything together eating, napping, playing and even grooming one another. Jack was adopted as a kitten from the Lawrence Humane Society and Zuzu came from another family. They've lived with the Rices in Lawrence for several years.
Benny, a long-haired dachshund, is all dressed up and ready to go join the Oktoberfest celebration with beer mugs and driver's license at hand. Benny belongs to Henry and Rosemarie Winklmeier of Lawrence. His "aunt," Maria Rood of Lawrence, submitted the photo. Send or bring your "Pet Post" photos to the Journal-World, 645 N.H., Lawrence 66044. Photos will be returned after publication.
Dwarfed by a 3-foot-tall gingerbread house, from left, Gabe Langford, Tara Schram and John Noel ponder about the creation's origins. Local chef Allen Blair spent 30 hours creating the house, which includes an interior rotating light. About 20 elaborate gingerbread houses will be auctioned at 8 p.m. today downstairs in the Eldridge Hotel to benefit Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of Douglas County. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $20, which include drinks and food.