Matt Damon stars as Jason Bourne and Julia Stiles portrays Nicky in
the espionage thriller "The Bourne Supremacy." The sequel to "The
Bourne Identity" took in $53.5 million at the weekend box office.
Israelis, some holding flags, form a human chain on a road near the
southern Israeli town of Kiryat Gat. From Gaza City to Jerusalem,
tens of thousands of Israelis linked hands Sunday in a massive
protest against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to dismantle the
Jewish settlements and withdraw the army from the Gaza Strip.
Palestinian medical workers wheel in a wounded youth to the
treatment room of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Israeli
helicopters fired two missiles Sunday at a house in a crowded
residential district of Gaza City, which has been the scene of
heavy fighting. Palestinian security officials said the house was
empty at the time of the strike.
Mason Durkes saddles his horse, Rascal, for the Douglas County Free
Fair's Open Horse Show on Sunday.
Lisa Goans, Lawrence, works with Michael Quackenbush, 7, in her new
school. Goans' school is offering 12 spots in an all-day
kindergarten program set to start in the fall.
Mark Hecker, superintendent of parks and maintenance for Lawrence
Parks and Recreation, points to the site of the future
Sesquicentennial Point near the Clinton Lake dam. The first step in
construction at the site will be the burying of a time capsule on
Clenece Hills is President of the Lawrence Sesquicentennial
Commission, which is putting final plans on celebrating the city's
150th birthday this year. Behind Hills is a commemorative poster
celebrating Lawrence's semicentennial in 1904.
A doctor stands by the bedside of a child injured during clashes
between American and Iraqi forces with insurgents in a hospital
ward in Baqouba, Iraq. Fresh unrest throughout Iraq led to the
killing of at least 15 Iraqi militants Sunday.
Helen White recently was an intern at the National Palace Museum in
Taipei, Taiwan. The Lawrence High School graduate says the museum's
artwork is like an expensive family heirloom. She is pictured with
some Chinese artwork that was given to her by the museum for her
Oxfam relief workers wearing fiberglass heads of G-8 world leaders
plug their ears at a swimming pool near the World Trade
Organization meeting in Cancun, Mexico, in this September 2003 file
photo. The Cancun talks for a treaty to boost the world's economy
fell apart without agreement, and this week leaders will try anew
to reach a deal. Formal meetings start Tuesday.
Kansas University golfer Kevin Ward follows through on a tee shot
on the fifth hole at the Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship.
Ward beat KU teammate Pete Krsnich for the title Sunday in Olathe.
Lawrence Raider Tyler Blankenship, left, lobbies for a call on a
close play at third base with Eric Delich of Lansing. Delich was
called safe, and Lansing won the game, 8-7, Sunday at Lansing High.
Lawrence rallied to win the championship game, 12-5.
Lance Armstrong rides down the Champs-Elysees in celebration of his
sixth straight Tour de France title. Armstrong won the race Sunday
Tonganoxie braves batter Chelsey Raines makes contact against the
Heartbreakers. Tongie won, 4-0, to capture the 14-under division
title Sunday at Clinton Lake Softball Complex.
Tongie infielder Hannah Herrstrom prepares to grab a ground ball.
Members of the Tonganoxie Braves celebrate after beating the
Heartbreakers, 4-0, to win the 14-under division at the American
Fastpitch Assn. "B" Girls National Tournament. Tongie won Sunday
night at Clinton Lake Softball Complex.
Kansas City manager Tony Pena, center, talks to pitcher Zack
Greinke, left, and catcher John Buck during the Royals' game
against Cleveland. The Indians scored four runs in the first inning
and beat the Royals, 5-1, Sunday in Cleveland.
A silhouetted rider is framed against the sky as she waits to participate in the Douglas County Free Fair Open Horse Show at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. After heavy rains on Saturday for the 4-H Horse Show, Sunday's beautiful weather was welcome by all riders.
This future Jayhawk is Maise Lynn Clark, 11 weeks old in this May photo. She is the daughter of Toby and Charity Clark, of Wichita. Maise recently visited her grandmother, Lois Clark, and great-grandparents, George and Mary Fiene, all of Lawrence. The Fienes recently celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. Lois Clark submitted the photo.