Jill Behrman’s family members watch as her jersey is retired at the volleyball match between Bloomington High School North and Bloomington High School South on Tuesday. Behrman, who played volleyball for BHSS, was killed in 2000 at 19 years old.
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Richardson pilots the balloon over Bloomington during the media ride Friday morning.
Pilot Andy Richardson fills up the balloon with hot air as it begins to rise from the ground to its full vertical height.
A hot air balloon gondola is transported Friday morning to the field of the Monroe County Fairgrounds.
Pilot Andy Richardson works to deflate the balloon after it had landed north of Bloomington.
Pilot Andy Richardson gathers the balloon fabric as it deflates.
Bloomington Police Department Chief Mike Diekhoff walks along the perimeter of his balloon as it inflates on its side with cold air Friday morning.
The team that chases the balloon to its landing destination hauls the balloon to be stuffed in its container for transportation back to the Monroe County Fairgrounds.
Bloomington Police Department Chief Mike Diekhoff assembles the burner on his hot air balloon gondola Friday morning.
Bloomington Police Department Chief Mike Diekhoff takes flight in his hot air balloon Friday morning.
Pilot Andy Richardson arranges the interior of the balloon as it inflates with cold air.
Jane Henegar, executive director of ACLU of Indiana, speaks at a panel Wednesday evening at the Maurer School of Law. The panel addressed President Trump's announcement Tuesday to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
IU women’s cross-country team members round a corner of the 5k course at the IU Open in Aug. 2017. The team finished in seventh at the 2018 Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational.
Kirstin Milks reads a poem from a series of poems published by inmates of the Monroe County Jail called “Poems from the Jail Dorm,” Sunday morning. The Writers Guild at Bloomington put on a Spoken Word Stage, where participants read fiction, poetry and other forms of writing outloud.
Cappi Phillips displays her work at the Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts Sunday morning. She works in mixed mosaic media.
Chris Plummer carves a block for printing at his tent at the Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts Sunday morning. The Fourth Street Festival started in 1977.
Visitors to Fouth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts stop at Greg Turco’s booth Sunday morning. Artists fill Fourth and Grant streets with types of art ranging from photography to ceramics.
Students wait for class to begin in Woodburn 100. The lecture hall contains a mural created by Thomas Hart Benton in 1933, which has created controversy for its depiction of hooded Ku Klux Klan members in its background.
Juannita's Restaurant serves Mexican food at its location on Kirkwood Ave. Patrons can choose from a variety of dishes ranging from salmon tacos to vanilla flan.
Patrons dine outside at Upland Brewing Co. The restaurant serves a menu of pub food and house beers.