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Descending the Oil Peak
June 27, 2008
A report from the City of Portland, Ore., about navigating the transition from oil and natural gas.
"New Harmonies" calendar of events
June 26, 2008
A complete schedule of events for the "New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music" exhibit at the Watkins Community Museum of History.
National Bio And Agro-Defense Facility: Draft Environmental Impact Statement
June 20, 2008
The United States needs to update and expand its facilities to study the range of foreign animal diseases that are potential threats to United States (U.S.) agriculture.1 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has proposed to augment existing capabilities through the construction and operation of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF). Operation of this biosafety level 3 (BSL-3) and BSL-4 research facility would enable basic and advanced research, diagnostic testing and validation, countermeasure development (i.e., vaccines and antiviral therapies), and diagnostic training for high-consequence livestock diseases with potentially devastating impacts to U.S. agriculture and public health.
Motion to set aside default judgment in Collins case
June 19, 2008
Court documents filed by the defendant asking that the ruling be set aside.
Big 12 Spotlight 06-18-08
June 18, 2008
Big 12 Spotlight 06-18-08
Computer Security Audit Report
June 18, 2008
Surplus Computer Equipment: Determining Whether State Agencies Effectively Remove Software and Agency Data From Surplus Computers
Judgment and Petition against Sherron Collins
June 16, 2008
Court documents on civil lawsuit against Sherron Collins.
Douglas County District Court Judge Robert Fairchild's decision on water rights
June 14, 2008
The statute, KSA 19-3552(5), gives Public wholesale water supply districts (PWWSD's) the power to obtain "land and interests in land" by eminent domain. Judge Fairchild ruled that the statute gives PWWSD's the power to condemn water rights.
Kaw Water Rights Decision
June 13, 2008
Read Douglas County District Court Judge Robert Fairchild's decision in the case, which is being appealed to the Kansas Supreme Court.
Nation's teen driving laws
June 10, 2008
Here's a state-by-state comparison of the teen driving laws across the country, according to the American Automobile Association. Kansas is only one of four states that does not have a graduated driver's license system.
Concealed carry questions and answers
June 4, 2008
The Kansas Attorney General's office provides answers to frequently asked questions about the state's concealed carry law.
lawrence.com Guide to Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival 2008
June 4, 2008
Wakarusa map, schedule, and Best Bets from the lawrence.com crew.
2007 Concealed Carry Annual Report
June 4, 2008
The Kansas Attorney General's office provides details on how many people have applied for permits, and also gives information about the most common reasons people are denied a permit.
Changes in Concealed Carry Law
June 4, 2008
The Kansas Legislature during the 2007 session made several changes to the state's concealed carry law, including changing regulations related to when a loaded weapon can be taken into bars, schools, libraries and churches.
Lawrence Chamber of Commerce Position Profile
June 4, 2008
Position Profile for President and Chief Executive Officer, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce
Big 12 Spotlight 06-04-08
June 4, 2008
Big 12 Spotlight 06-04-08
Request for city and county commissioners to fund industrial improvements
June 3, 2008
DCDI request for improvement funds for the property east of Nora Road, adjancent to the East Hills Business Park.
Summer event schedule
June 3, 2008
A printable version of our kid-friendly happenings for the summer.
Focus on the Future
June 2, 2008
Just two and a half years ago Lawrence Memorial Hospital broke ground for a three-phase, 165,000-square-foot $45 million campus expansion project. At times, construction has been disruptive, inconvenient and noisy for patients, staff, visitors and neighbors. But we knew we faced only temporary challenges and kept our focus on the future. Look at us now! As we approach the home stretch of the project, we reflect on our goal to create a first-class health care facility that supports physicians, nurses and other hospital staff in delivering the best and safest medical care for patients in our region.