Malone's ruling allowing construction at LHS November 24, 2008
Douglas County District Court Judge Michael Malone lifted the temporary restraining order he put in place earlier this month, allowing construction of new athletic fields at Lawrence High to go forward.
KU-MU Parking November 22, 2008
Parking information and directions to the Kansas University football team's game against Missouri on Saturday, Nov. 29, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
KU's lawsuit against the NIH and other federal agencies November 21, 2008
Earlier this month, Kansas University filed suit against the National Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute and other federal departments, alleging that two KU researchers deserved at least partial credit for research that led to a patent now generating millions of dollars.
Sunflower Electric Lawsuit November 19, 2008
A copy of the complaint filed by Sunflower Electric Power Corp. against Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson and KDHE Secretary Rod Bremby.
Sunflower Electric lawsuit November 18, 2008
The complaint filed by Sunflower Electric Power Corp., in U.S. District Court, against Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson, and KDHE Secretary Rod Bremby
What would you do? November 16, 2008
A letter from Michael Johnston, president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Turnpike Authority, outlining his offer for the community to create and finance installation and maintenance of features at new roundabouts
along the turnpike. The letter came to Lawrence Mayor Mike Dever; Bob Johnson, a Douglas County Commissioner; and KU Chancellor Robert Hemenway.
Copy of the dismissal order November 13, 2008
Sherron Collins and Jessica Brown, a woman who had filed a lawsuit against Collins alleging he exposed himself to her, agreed to dismiss the lawsuit and not refile it.
List of unclaimed stimulus checks November 11, 2008
List of people from Douglas County whose stimulus checks were undeliverable.
Report on Tri-State's coal plans November 10, 2008
A report, "Tri-State: Coal Expansion Poses Risks to Electricity Consumers," released by Innovest Strategic Value Advisors regarding the plans for a coal-fired power plant in Kansas.
Satisfaction of Judgment November 6, 2008
Automotive Finance Corp. says it's satisfied with judgment.
Journal entry November 6, 2008
Judge Peggy Kittel makes a judgment against Custom Highline.
National Bank's Dismissal November 6, 2008
National Bank of Kansas City accepts settlement
City of Lawrence restraining order November 5, 2008
Copy of the temporary restraining order served to the City of Lawrence, with regards to construction projects at Lawrence High School.
Athletic Fields Lawsuit November 5, 2008
The lawsuit filed by the Centennial Neighborhood Association against the city and USD 497 regarding the proposed athletic fields.
USD 497 Restraining Order November 5, 2008
Copy of the temporary restraining order served to the Lawrence school district, with regards to construction projects at Lawrence High School.
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