Cierra Hollins, left, and Caitlin Lewis, both freshmen at Lawrence High School, are sporting pink every day this month to support breast cancer awareness. Cierra is a cheerleader and hopes everyone wears pink to Friday's home football game.
David Burnham, a vertebrate paleontologist with the Biodiversity Institute uses a vacuum to remove debris and broken bits of a plaster casing that surrounds what he and other paleontologists believe is a dinosaur skull, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011 in a laboratory at the Kansas University Natural History Museum. Bob Detrich, a fossil hunter from Wichita, found the skull with his brother Alan Detrich, Lawrence, and believes it to be that of an Ankylosaur. The Natural History Museum is hosting an event "What On Earth: Fossils, Rocks and Meteorites" from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday where members of the public can bring in their finds to be identified by experts. Martin said the fossil is a bit too big for display in the museum's panorama, but would take tours to the lab for guests wishing to see the fossil.
American Legion Commander Fang Wong, National American Legion Commander, speaks in Lawrence on Thursday to veterans and Legion members at Dorsey-Liberty Post No. 14.