Documents 2009

Documents for June 2009

David Freeman's plea agreement
June 30, 2009
David Freeman's plea agreement, accepted June 30, 2009 in U.S. District Court in Topeka by Judge Richard Rogers.
Floyd Bledsoe court documents
June 28, 2009
Floyd Bledsoe court documents
David Ray Freeman court documents
June 27, 2009
The "information" filed in U.S. District Court in Topeka that outlines the charge facing David Ray Freeman, a Lawrence builder.
World's Largest Workout adult waiver
June 24, 2009
You'll need this waiver to participate in the World's Largest Workout.
World's Largest Workout minor waiver
June 24, 2009
Minors will need this waiver to participate in the World's Largest Workout.
Construction permit for the proposed power plant
June 22, 2009
A draft of the construction permit for the Sunflower Electric Power Corp. coal plant.
Letter requesting public coal power plant hearings
June 22, 2009
A letter from Earthjustice, counsel for the Sierra Club, to the Kansas Department of Heath and Environment requesting public hearings about the Sunflower Electric Power Corp.'s proposed 895-megawatt coal-burning power plant in southwest Kansas.
Letter from Sunflower Electric regarding the permit
June 22, 2009
A letter from Sunflower Electric Power Corp. to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment regarding the construction permit for the proposed coal plant.
Guy Neighbors Motion for Release
June 19, 2009
A Lawrence man, who last month was ordered to remain in jail until his trial in a federal stolen goods case, is asking a judge to reinstate his bond.
Prosecutors Response to Neighbors Motion
June 19, 2009
Assistant U.S. Attorney Marietta Parker in a response to Pilate’s motion argued that Guy Neighbors should remain in custody until the October trial because his statements in the April 22 e-mail were rumors that could intimidate witnesses from testifying.
Regents audit of K-State financial practices
June 19, 2009
Kansas State University concentrated too much power in the office of Vice President Bob Krause, according to a new audit released by the Kansas Board of Regents Friday. In the audit, it was reported that the relationship between several independent corporations at KSU could be construed as improper.
KU Public Safety Office sketches
June 15, 2009
Sketches released by the Kansas University Public Safety Office of two men who may have been involved in three robberies near campus early Saturday morning, June 13, 2009.
Decision in Norris-KU Lawsuit
June 9, 2009
Ruling by Douglas County District Judge Sally Pokorny dismissing 2006 lawsuit against Kansas University filed by former Spencer Museum of Art Director Andrea Norris.