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Chat with Santa on LJWorld.com

Calling all kids! Santa Claus will be answering your questions about Christmas, the naughty list, reindeer, life at the North Pole and more next Thursday as he participates in a live chat on LJWorld.com.

LJWorld.com to host SmartStar chat

You’ve been asking, so Westar Energy is going to answer.

LJWorld.com holding smart-meter chat

You’ve been asking, so Westar Energy is going to answer.

Westar Energy to hold live chat on LJWorld.com about smart meters in Lawrence

You've been asking, so Westar Energy is going to answer.

Director of Headquarters Counseling Center to participate in live chat on WellCommons.com

Marcia Epstein, director of Headquarters Counseling Center in Lawrence, says suicide prevention is everyone’s business. Epstein will be available Tuesday, Dec. 7, to answer questions about the counseling center, suicide prevention and suicide bereavement.

WellCommons.com live chat to feature Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center leaders

A trio of leaders from Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center will be available Thursday to answer questions about the center and mental health on WellCommons.com.

Live blog to follow Democrats’ meeting

The Kansas Democratic Party will continue its annual Demofest today in Wichita.

New superintendent to chat online today

First year Lawrence public schools Superintendent Rick Doll will chat live with LJWorld.com readers at 11 a.m. today.

Talk with state officer about outbreak online

Peanut products in 43 states — including Kansas and Missouri — have been linked to at least 529 cases of salmonella, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

State health official to chat about peanuts' role in salmonella outbreak

Peanut products in 43 states — including Kansas and Missouri — have been linked to 501 cases of salmonella, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.