Tulsa Shock rookie guard Angel Goodrich brings the ball upcourt against the Seattle Storm in a preseason WNBA game, May 17, 2013, in Seattle. Goodrich, a former Kansas University player, says she’s “starting to get into the flow of things,” 10 games into her pro career.
Kent Smalter, who has ALS, watches TV at his Lawrence home.
Jenny Whitledge, Tonganoxie
Laura Kennard, Free State
Lawrence Raiders pitcher Kieran Severa delivers to the plate against Next Level Baseball during a 6-3 Raiders loss on Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at Free State High School.
Various Hobbs employees and a group of children perform a flash mob-style dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 in front of the store at 700 Massachusetts. The downtown store organized various events including moonwalk lessons in memory of the King of Pop on the fourth anniversary of his death. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Sporting a Michael Jackson t-shirt, Brad Hestand looks over the DJ table at Hobbs, 700 Massachusetts. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Lawrence residents Valerie Paul and Matthew Poehls walk Paul's dog Juno before a window mural featuring a likeness of Michael Jackson on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at Hobbs, 700 Massachusetts. The downtown store organized various events including moonwalk lessons in memory of the King of Pop on the fourth anniversary of his death. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
A copy of Michael Jackson's 1979 album "Off the Wall" is pulled from a crate of records on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at Hobbs, 700 Massachusetts. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Lawrence High senior Danielle Campbell works on a drill during LHS soccer camp Tuesday at LHS.
With the Kansas wheat ripening quickly in the hot summer sun, Tuesday's light rain put a damper on the area harvest for a couple of days as this field east of Baldwin City shows the signs of ready wheat.
Tuesday’s light rain put a temporary damper on the Lawrence-area wheat harvest as this combine owned by Kermit Kalb sits in a field east of Baldwin City after a test cut.
Rain barrels in Tom Swan Park in Baldwin City.
From left, Sheryl Beier, of Lawrence, and Jane Akob, of Baldwin City, both Master Gardeners, lay stepping stones and build a raised bed for flowers June 25 at Tom Swan Park at Eighth and High streets in Baldwin City. Last fall, a group of Master Gardeners formed a partnership with the Baldwin City and the local Lion’s Club to improve the space.
A park bench dedicated for Tom Swan is a new addition to Tom Swan Park in Baldwin City.
Charles Gilmore holds up some nice morel mushrooms he found in northeast Kansas in May. With adequate rainfall, the morel season was excellent this year.