Eagerly awaiting Basketball season... Hopeful future Kansas player Nolan Kliewer (13 months, son to Justin & Jen Kliewer, Class of 97 & 98) hooping it up in his hometown of Castle Rock, CO.
Moxy enjoys the sensation of her ears flapping and the water spray as her guardian Ashley Dorrsom jets the two of them around Ten Mile Lake near Hackensack, MN
The Geier twins turned 1 year old, Owen Geier on July 22 and Edie Geier on July 23. Owen and Edie are the children of Katie and Nathan Geier of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Grandparents are Bill and Barbara Little of Lawrence and Alan and Nikki Geier of Garden City, Kansas.
The 2006 Bandits - Parks and Rec Jayhawk Softball - Standing, L to R: Coach Chris Gehringer, Coach Craig Mountain, Kiri Jacobs, Holden Zimmerman, Allie Engnehl-Thomas, Siera Brown, Lisa Goering,Elizabeth Marks, Lauren Wethington, Coach Mike Zimmerman. Kneeling: Bohozhoni "Baha" White, Emily Reno, Emily Risner, JOrdan
Dixon, Alexis Mountain. Not pictured: Trust Marshall, Grace Oliver.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun! Piper Rogers and Carly Oliver age 6 have some last minute fun playing in
the sprinklers before they go back to school.
Enjoying a ride on dinasour in South Park near downtown Lawrence. Sitting on the back is Samad and on front is Samir and standing is Sarah. Samir and Samad are the twins of their lovely sister Sarah.
Francis Jacobs celebrates her 102nd birthday on July 13, at a surprise party given by Brandon Woods, where she is a resident.
Natalynn Tuckness, 2 1/2 months old, sits on her Grandpa , Al Deathe's, lap, on her first camping trip Memorial Day weekend at Sugar Valley Lake. Natalynn is the daughter of Tyler and Lacy Tuckness.
The Girls of '63. (left to right, all maiden names): Carol Eller, Judy Bernhardt, Candy Rogers, Ruthann Rhodes, Mary Lee Robbins, and Clarice Richardson. Candy Rogers came to Lawrence from South Carolina to visit her mother. Carol Eller arranged a lunch get-together at Spangles.
Four Generations. Holding 9 month old Abigayle Spiess is her great-grandmother, Billie Laughlin. Abigayle's mother is Michelle Spiess, right. Submitted by Connie Bishop, left, Abigayle's grandmother. Abigayle is the granddaughter of the late Don Bishop
Megan, Bennett & Eliza Haase-Divine enjoy their summer vaction camping at Anastasia Beach Florida with their Dad and Grandparents.
Laura, Kristy, Stephen, and David Teska of Lawrence stop for a break while at Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Colo., this past June. They were traveling with Kristy's parents, Joe and Doris Eagleman, also of Lawrence,who also took the photo.
Lawrence's Dan Hughes poses atop one of the five Colorado 14ers he climbed in 2004.
Hughes towed a trailer behind his bike, which he rode between the mountains.
Lawrence's Dan Hughes poses atop one of the five Colorado 14ers he climbed in 2004. Hughes towed a trailer behind his bike, below, which he rode between the mountains.
Tennessee Titans linebacker Spencer Toone soaks in a tub of ice water after a morning practice at training camp in Clarksville, Tenn. Toone took his soak Sunday.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Herman Edwards, right, speaks to cornerback Ty Law. Law made his training-camp appearance Sunday in River Falls, Wis.
Lawrence's Kyle Cross tags out Post 5's Tim Ellis at second base during the third inning as the Raiders top Emporia 8-7 in game 11 of the AAA American Legion state baeball tournament on Sunday evening, July 30, 2006 at Dean Evans Stadium in Salina, Kan.
Lawrence's John Novotny pulls in a hopping infield grounder to end the first inning as the Raiders top Emporia 8-7 in game 11 of the AAA American Legion state baeball tournament on Sunday evening, July 30, 2006 at Dean Evans Stadium in Salina, Kan.
Lawrence Raiders' Daren Parker delivers against Emporia. Parker came on in the seventh inning to lead the Raiders to an 8-7 victory Sunday in Salina.
Emporia's Anthony Markowitz comes up short as he tries to snag a home run from the Raiders' Tyler Knight.
The Lawrence Raiders mob Scott Heitshusen, center in helmet, at home plate after a walkoff home run. Heishusen's blast sealed an 8-7 Raiders victory against Emporia on Sunday in Salina. The Raiders advanced to this evening's AAA American Legion state championship against the winner of today's game between Emporia and Great Bend.
Texas Rangers' Hank Blalock, left, scores against Kansas City Royals catcher John Buck. Blalock scored on a single by Mark DeRosa on Sunday in Arlington, Texas.
Joan Houk, a Roman Catholic, looks up references to the priesthood in a reference book in the dining room of her Wexford, Pa., home. Houk will be one of a dozen women participating in a ceremony today in which eight will proclaim themselves priests and four deacons.
Volunteer Kaytey Basye assists Ana Hertel in a stretching exercise as her cat Teddy passes by. Ana, 13, of Hays, has multiple pterygium syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects her muscles and joints. The disorder makes her back crooked, and she has had numerous surgeries to enable her to move.
A pig tries to outrun children during the opening seconds of a greased pig catching competition. The event was part of the Lumberjack Festival on Saturday in Farwell, Mich.
Funky owl cube
This Westinghouse radio, a cheap and hip alternative to an iPod, is ready to plug in and play.
An assortment of '70s Melamine cups and bowls
A ceramic mushroom napkin holder
An issue of LIFE magazine, Sept. 13, 1968, featuring the Beatles.
An Inexpensive lamp is an easy way to brighten up an apartment or new dorm room. Courtesy of the Antique Mall, 830 Mass.
The nuvi 360 is one of the most recent GPS units released by Garmin, shown outside the company's headquarters in Olathe.
Thousands of protesters march on Mexico City's Reforma Avenue in support of Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. The rally Sunday was called to demand a ballot-by-ballot recount of the July 2 elections.
Voters wait outside a polling station in Dele, Congo. Voting began Sunday in Congo's first democratic election in more than 40 years, a colossal exercise that many hope will bring an end to years of fighting and corrupt rule that have devastated this gigantic, mineral-rich nation in the heart of Africa.
Carlos Espinosa-Machado visits Vienna, Austria, where he attended the University of Austria. He is a senior at Kansas University with a major in music education. He also is a member of the KU Symphony Orchestra.
Mel Gibson is under fire for comments he made early Friday when he was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. Gibson is pictured above in February 2002 arriving for the Los Angeles premiere of his film "We Were Soldiers."
Hall of Famers Ozzie Smith, left, and Johnny Bench, right, tease Bruce Sutter during his induction.
Tracy Ringolsby, left, and Bruce Sutter hold hands as requsted by Buck O'Neil during his talk about the Negro League. Ringolsby received the Baseball Writer's Award and Sutter was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame Sunday in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Soledad Salas, left, Maria Arreola, center, and Aristeo Arreola look over paperwork while waiting to meet with a counselor during a recent citizenship workshop at El Centro in Kansas City, Kan. Activists believe thousands of new Hispanic voters could shift the political tide from conservative to liberal.
Cole Hermreck, 4, Quenemo, can't keep his eyes off of his reflection in his shiny first place trophy he won at the open horse show.