Kansas University track athletes Andrea Geubelle, left, and Diamond Dixon advanced to the finals of the U.S. Olympic team trials on Saturday, June 23, in Eugene, Ore. Geubelle finished fourth in the triple jump, while Dixon took third in her heat of the 400 meters.
Mike Yoder/Journal-World Photo.Strobing spotlights and large balloons drift over a full house at Liberty Hall Friday night as the The Flaming Lips kicked off a Liberty Hall 100-year anniversary celebration concert..
Mike Yoder/Journal-World Photo.Brady Jacob, Miami, left, and Jonny Martin, Oklahoma City, and a wardrobe roadie with the Flaming Lips hang out before the Lips concert Friday night at Liberty Hall. .
Val Baul with Vibe Tribe, tries to get a reaction from a young child during a street party on 7th Street between Mass. and New Hampshire that was closed off to traffic. Food, music and birthday cake were available outside as well as a video screen displaying the Flaming Lips concert taking place inside Liberty Hall. .
LIBERTY HALL, 644 Mass., pictured during a recent Flaming Lips concert, was voted Best Live Music Venue
Living History participants walk through town during activities at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday.
A young girl reaches for candy tossed from a long line of firetrucks during the parade at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday.
Civil War re-enactors walk from Constitution Hall to participate in the Battle of Fort Titus re-enactment during activities at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday.
Pro-slavery men defending Fort Titus, including a wounded Col.Henry Titus, center, surrender to Free Staters during a Fort Tutus Battle reenactment at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday.
A memorial wreath was laid in front of the Veterans Monument just outside Constitutional Hall during activities of the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday. The monument lists veterans of the U.S. military who live or who has ever lived in Lecompton and Kanwaka townships from 1855 on.
A family tours the second floor of Constitution Hall during activities at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday. The historic building was erected by Samuel Jones in 1856, and became the place were the Kansas Territorial Government convened.
A 1959 Edsel was the topic of conversation for two men taking in the Car & Motorcycle Show during activities at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday.
Tim Rues, site administrator at Lecompton's Constitutional Hall, left, visits with Living History participant Tim Soetaert, Indpendence, Mo., a broom maker, during activities at the Lecompton Territorial Days on Saturday.
Lawrence Raiders catcher Landon Hay, left, congratulates Aaron Waldeck after Waldeck scored during the Raiders’ game against Manhattan Manko on Saturday, June 23, 2012, at Hoglund Ballpark
Lawrence Raiders’ Troy Willoughby beats out a throw to first during an American Legion baseball game against Manhattan Manko on Saturday, June 23, 2012, at Hoglund Ballpark. The Raiders won, 5-2, in their third game of the Kansas University tournament, which concludes today.
Lawrence Raiders third baseman Aaron Gile dives for the ball during the Raider's game against Manhattan Saturday, June 23, 2012 at Hoglund Ballpark
Norm Mast, Ottawa, left, and Fred Gantz, Lecompton, contact radio operators around the world during the Douglas County Amateur Radio Group’s Field Day on Saturday.
Taylor and Justin Hahn
Joan and Pete Anderson
Donna and Robert Laushman
Ian C. Black and Alyssa D. Gleason
Crystal Walker and Matthew Britton
Linus Trimble Redmond, 2, peruses the Journal-World at Free State Brewery on June 9 during lunch with his parents, Cimmy and Kirk Redmond of Lawrence. Cimmy submitted the photo.