Kansas Highway Patrol troopers searched a car and found two jars of suspected marijuana and drug paraphernalia in a car heading toward the 2006 Wakarusa Festival in this file photo. Two minor drug cases, including one in Lawrence, have led to major constitutional questions before the Kansas Supreme Court over when police can search a person.
Marti Wales, Lawrence, working with the art and graphics crew, sets up entrance sign lettering for the Wakarusa Music and Campiing Festival. The 2006 Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival at Clinton Lake State Park starts Thursday morning at 11:00 a.m. with Lawrence's own Arthur Dodge on the Homegrown Stage.
Charles Glover, left, and Russell Baston, both of Lawrence, work on signage for the entrance to the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival.
Three young men from Iowa sit on the side of the road in handcuffs while the Kansas Highway Patrol inspect their car after finding a controlled substance in a pack of cigarettes. The Kansas Highway patrol randomly stopped cars on Wednesday near the exit.
From left, Adam Burke, Jessamin Helder and Matt Price sing up a storm Wednesday afternoon while they wait for campgrounds to open at the Wakarusa Festival at Clinton State Park.
Bill Thompson of Norway, Iowa, sets up his Wakarusa Fest stand on Wednesday afternoon.