Ann Evans, director of the Lawrence Arts Center, says she is
pleased and surprised that the arts industry added $33 million to
the Lawrence economy in 2000. Evans is shown in the art gallery of
the new center, 940 N.H.
Ricky Craven drives across the start-finish line during qualifying
for Sunday's New England 300 at New Hampshire International
Speedway in Loudon, N.H. Craven finished ninth in Friday's session.
Overall leader Lance Armstrong, center, in action with Christophe
Moreau of France, left, and U.S. Postal Service teammate Jose Luis
Rubiera, of Spain, right, during the 12th stage of the Tour de
France. Armstrong more than doubled his overall lead during
Friday's stage between Lannemezan and Plateau de Beille,
Chicago pitcher Mark Prior delivers against Houston. The Cubs
defeated the Astros, 5-0, on Friday at Chicago.
Phil Mickelson of the United States grimaces after playing out of
the rough on the first hole Friday.
Scotland's Colin Montgomerie plays out of a bunker during the
second round of the British Open. Montgomerie fired a 7-under-par
64 Friday at Muirfield in Gullane, Scotland.
Kansas City's Carlos Febles is tagged out by Cleveland shortstop
Omar Vizquel as he tries to steal second base in the fourth inning.
The Royals defeated the Indians, 8-5, Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
Lawrence's Kyle McManness beats a pick-off throw back to first
during an American Legion game against Olathe East. The Raiders
pounded the Hawks, 13-3, Friday night at Free State High.
Tiger woods plays an iron shot during Friday's round of the British
Open at Muirfield golf course.
South Africa's Ernie Els watches as his ball comes up short of the
pin after playing from off the 14th green. Els shot a 5-under-par
66 during the second round of the British Open on Friday at
Muirfield golf course in Gullane, Scotland.
The Band That Saved the World is among the bands performing at
"Breastfest: A Benefit Concert" at 3 p.m. Sunday at Abe and Jake's
Landing, 8 E. Sixth St. Also on the lineup are Autumn Dog, Vibralux
and Captain Overreact. Proceeds go to Breast Cancer Action and to
update publications at Lawrence Public Library.
President Bush listens to his introduction before he addressed
members of the Army's 10th Mountain Division, some of whom are seen
in the background, at Fort Drum, N.Y. Bush said Friday that he
would push Congress for a huge boost in military spending.
The tote board at the New York Stock Exchange reflects the
390.23-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average.
Dan Walsh holds his head as prices fall in the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange's Dow Jones futures pit. The Dow dropped 390 points
Friday, leaving the index at its lowest point since 1998.
Nigerian women occupy the ChevronTexaco oil flowstation at Abiteye,
Nigeria. Friday the women took two oil workers hostage to force the
company to negotiate.
Surrounded by fans, Sharon Osbourne, attends Ozzfest in Devore,
Calif., in this, June 30, 2001 file photo.
Sarah Jessica Parker, who plays Carrie, left, and Kristin Davis,
who plays Charlotte, appear in a scene from HBO's "Sex and the
City," in this undated publicity photo. The series returns Sunday
for a fifth season.
Katelyn Sylas, 9, of Town and Country 4-H Club of Ottawa cleans up
her bucket calf for judging. The Franklin County Fair got under way
Thursday in Ottawa and will continue through Sunday.
Consultant Carol Nalbandian speaks to city commissioners, from
left, Marty Kennedy, Sue Hack and Jim Henry. The city commission
began a retreat Friday to discuss their hopes and fears for the
community and what they want to accomplish.
Bush and brother George P. Bush
Rachel Cheetham comforts her father, Mike Cheetham, after hearing
the news of the Shipman Inquiry in Manchester. Mike Cheetham's
parents were victims of Harold Shipman, the family doctor, who
murdered 215 of his patients.
Civil rights lawyer Fred Gray Sr. is the new president of the
Alabama State Bar Assn., the first black to hold that post.
The Rev. Vince Krische, left, director of the St. Lawrence Catholic
Campus Center at Kansas University, was honored June 28 at the
Catholic Campus Ministry Assn.'s Development Institute's gathering
in Phoenix. He is shown with Mary Moorman, a CCMA member.
Kansas University alumna Margaret Zimmerman has written a book on
her experiences of living with American Indians in Oklahoma during
the time her father was a missionary there. Her book is titled
"Walking in Mocassins: A Journey in Two Cultures."
Edith Wasserman, left, listens to Cook during the meeting.
Parishoners are concerned they might not be able to attract another
pastor to their rural community.
The Rev. Ted Cook speaks with his congregation at Immanuel Lutheran
Church in Hoxie about the possibility that he will leave their
church to answer a call to two churches in eastern Kansas. The
small congregations in Hoxie and Oakley currently served by Cook
might have trouble attracting a new pastor.