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TURNPIKE ROCK THROWERS SOUGHT BY AUTHORITIES
April 12, 1996
Authorities on Thursday said they weren’t sure if the people who threw a rock from a bridge at a car traveling on the Kansas Turnpike also are responsible for a rash of similar incidents two years ago. The Kansas Turnpike Authority said the rock was dropped onto the windshield of a westbound pickup truck about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday from the Michigan Street bridge.
STUDENTS, STAFF SETTLE IN AT NEWEST JUNIOR HIGH
April 12, 1996
With its first year nearly under its belt, Southwest Junior High School is settling into a routine.
PROPOSED STUDENT FEE AT KU
April 12, 1996
KU students may be required to pay a new fee for academic equipment in fall 1997.
TEAMWORK KEYS PARTNERSHIPS
April 12, 1996
Local businesses team with schools to make a difference in public education.
DISTRICT WILL TARGET AT-RISK PRESCHOOLERS WITH PROGRAM
April 12, 1996
A new preschool will start operation this fall at a local elementary school.
ALL DAY CLASS GIVES YOUNGSTERS ADVANTAGE
April 12, 1996
If Supt. Al Azinger had his way, all Lawrence public schools would offer a full-day kindergarten program. “It gives children extended exposure to all of those good things that happen in kindergarten,” Azinger said.
ART IN THE PARK LENDS CULTURED AIR TO CITY
April 12, 1996
An annual festival showcases local artists and downtown Lawrence.
DEVELOPERS EYE WEST SIXTH STREET
April 12, 1996
Sixth Street west of Kasold is a future hot spot of growth, a city planner says.
IOWA LURE ADDITIONAL HOTELS
April 12, 1996
Two new hotels at Sixth and Iowa have turned the area into the lodging center of the city.
CENTER FOCUSES ON DEVELOPING WORKPLACE SKILLS
April 12, 1996
A local business college teaches students skills for the modern office.
YSI RENOVATIONS READY BY SUMMER
April 12, 1996
Renovations at YSI are taking shape and should benefit youths this year.
VNA SURVIVES GROWING PAINS, AIDS COUNTY PATIENTS AT HOME
April 12, 1996
Visiting Nurses Assn. brings medical care into the homes of Douglas County residents.
ENGINEERS READY TO LAY BLACKTOP ON TRAFFICWAY
April 12, 1996
By the end of the year, drivers will be able to travel the entire western leg of the South Lawrence Trafficway.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
April 12, 1996
Staff members at the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department are helping design a structure that will meet future needs.
RESIDENTS TAKE PRIDE THROUGH ADOPT-A-PARK
April 12, 1996
Lawrence’s Adopt-A-Park program continues to help keep neighborhood parks clean.
MOLLESTON SERVICES
April 12, 1996
Services for Nel Marie Molleston, 99, Oskaloosa, will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at First United Presbyterian Church, Oskaloosa. Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery. Mrs. Molleston died Wednesday, April 10, 1996, at the Presbyterian Manor Care Center, Topeka.
ORGANIZERS PUT BEST FOOT FORWARD IN ANNUAL MS WALK
April 12, 1996
Organizers and volunteers are hoping Lawrence area residents will walk to raise funds to help in the fight against multiple sclerosis during Saturday’s MS Walk.
LAWRENCE RESIDENT APPOINTED TO COUNCIL
April 12, 1996
Gov. Bill Graves announced the appointment of eight, and the reappointment of four, Kansans to the state Rehabilitation Advisory Council. Appointed to the council were Martin Kasick, Lawrence; Joyce Cussimanio, Connie English and Terri Goodrich, all of Topeka; Steve Gieber and Tom Hutchinson, both of Salina; Sally Fritchen, Bonner Springs; and Tom Zerfas, Moundridge.
KU ELECTS MONTGOMERY STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
April 12, 1996
A 21-year-old senior from Junction City was elected student body president of Kansas University Thursday after two days of voting. Grey Montgomery, a double major in journalism and political science, said he would push for improved parking on campus next year. That was the platform of his Vision coalition. He defeated the Voice coalition’s Cesar Millan, a senior from Kansas City, Mo., who promised during his campaign to fight student fee increases.
EUDORA SCHOOL BOARD OKS SCHOOL RENOVATION
April 12, 1996
The addition and renovation plan for the Nottingham Elementary School formally was approved Thursday night at the Eudora school board meeting. Dale Glenn, president of Glenn Livingood Penzler Architects, Lawrence, presented the final plan with three changes after meeting with the Eudora planning commission. All three alterations involved paving specifications to the driveway and surrounding surfaces.
COMMUNITY BUILDING RENOVATION A HIT WITH ATHLETES
April 12, 1996
Use is up since a popular recreational center reopened last year.
FINNEY TO SPEAK AT GREGG SEVIER MARCH
April 12, 1996
Finney will speak during a ceremony at South Park paying tribute to Gregg Sevier.
HASKELL PLAYS HOST TO SATELLITE BROADCAST
April 12, 1996
Satellite technology is helping spread Haskell’s message about the environment.
TIP LEADS TO ARREST
April 12, 1996
A man sought in the local Crime Stoppers program has been arrested by Lawrence police. Shawn I. Ericksen, 19, was arrested about 4 p.m. Tuesday after an anonymous tip and a subsequent traffic stop near 14th and Massachusetts, said Vicki Moore, coordinator of the local Crime Stoppers program.
SPRINKLER SYSTEM SELLERS SOAK UP DROUGHT-INSPIRED BUSINESS
April 12, 1996
A drought that has farmers and gardeners wringing their hands has brought a cloudburst of business to Richard Wolfe. The owner of Wolfe’s Landscape & Irrigation Inc., Wolfe sells a wish-list item for many homeowners in these dry times: underground sprinkling systems.
CITY BRIEFS
April 12, 1996
City OKs contracts for project management Lawrence city commissioners hired construction managers Tuesday night for the city’s two largest upcoming construction projects.
ALENE MAE MORRIS
April 12, 1996
Services for Alene Mae Morris, 87, Lawrence, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Warren-McElwain Mortuary. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in Rose Lawn Cemetery, Salina. Mrs. Morris died Thursday, April 11, 1996, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
STUDENTS GET KICK OUT OF AFTER-SCHOOL CLASSES
April 12, 1996
The Jayhawk Breakfast Rotary Club is sponsoring afternoon activities in Tae Kwon Do, art and drama for New York School students.
CITY PLANS TO UPGRADE SIXTH STREET INTERSECTION
April 12, 1996
Turn lanes and new traffic signals are a year away at Sixth Street and Monterey Way.
INTERACTION DRIVES GALLUZZI WINNER
April 12, 1996
A love for people and a willingness to get involved has paid off for one Lawrence resident.
ROUND-THE-CLOCK COFFEE SHOP CLICKS
April 12, 1996
A cup of Joe can be had around the clock at this coffee house.
PHARMACIST LOOKS AFTER NIGHT OWLS IN NEED
April 12, 1996
Day or night, there’s always a need for a pharmacist.
NIGHT SHIFT IS CONVENIENCE WORK
April 12, 1996
Working nights leaves the daytime free for convenience store clerk Anthony Ray.
HONOR GOES TO PETEFISH
April 12, 1996
He’s been mighty busy, and mighty quiet about it.
GROUP KEY FOR PEOPLE STARTING OVER AGAIN
April 12, 1996
Making people feel at home in their new home is the goal of this Lawrence organization.
CULTURES DRAW LAWRENCE TOGETHER
April 12, 1996
In less than eight years, the Lawrence Celebration of Cultures has grown from a small grouping of tables to a full-fledged festival.
UNSAVORY WEATHER PLAYS GAMES WITH FARMERSRANCHERS
April 12, 1996
In 1995 and early 1996, the weather didn’t do many favors for local farmers.
S RED GLARE
April 12, 1996
The Lawrence Jaycees plan to help the community celebrate this Fourth of July with a bang.
BAKERY INTRODUCES HEARTY LINE OF BREAD
April 12, 1996
A new bakery specializes in bringing a bit of the Old Country to the heartland.
CENTER AIDS FAMILIES WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
April 12, 1996
Trinity Respite Care, an organization helping people with disabilities and their families, has given 20 years of service to the Lawrence community.
S CHARACTER SETS IT APART FROM NEWCOMERS
April 12, 1996
The Wheel, one of Lawrence’s oldest bars, thrives on its history and quirky decor.
STORYTELLERS REVEL IN REVIVAL OF CRAFT
April 12, 1996
Heartland Storytellers has been a part of the region since 1989.
SQUARE DANCERS AIM FOR DE-LITEFUL TIME
April 12, 1996
A fun night out scootin’ boots and hearing the call is just a square dance away for two Lawrence women.
CITY BAND
April 12, 1996
A long history and family atmosphere surround the Lawrence City Band.
POST OFFICE READIES FOR MOVE
April 12, 1996
The wheels on new automated mail sorters soon will be turning at Lawrence’s newest post office. The $2.5 million Jayhawk Station facility is well under construction at 1901 W. 31st and is expected to open by the first week of August, said Postmaster Bill Reynolds. Once the new facility opens, the current Jayhawk Station on 23rd Street will close, Reynolds said.
GAS-N-GO GIVES CONSUMER REASON TO STICK AROUND
April 12, 1996
ASAP convenience stores offer a new concept in providing gasoline, groceries and fast food, all at one location.
FMC REORGANIZATION TO FOCUS ON PRODUCTION
April 12, 1996
FMC Corp. is making some changes at its Lawrence plant.
CHAMBER RECRUITS 12 NEW FIRMS
April 12, 1996
1995 was a healthy year for Chamber of Commerce recruitment efforts with 12 new or expanding businesses in Lawrence.
RUGGED SPORT HAS HISTORY OF ITS OWN
April 12, 1996
Rugby is quite different from other sports played in the United States. Perhaps one reason why is because Americans invented football, basketball and baseball, but not rugby. Regardless, rugby is played by approximately 100,000 Americans today. There are 1,200 rugby clubs in the United States, and rugby has become the most popular club sport on college campuses.
LINK CATERS TO HUNGRY OF ALL FAITHSBACKGROUNDS
April 12, 1996
Business is picking up at a Lawrence soup kitchen.
DELI WAITS FOR RIGHT TIMEPLACE
April 12, 1996
A new restaurant has found a home in Lawrence’s thriving downtown.
BAGEL SHOP TO EXPAND INTO PLAZA
April 12, 1996
Bagels are hot, and one Lawrence shop has plans to expand its operation.
MUSIC STORES FILL NICHES TO DRAW NEW CUSTOMERS
April 12, 1996
Friendly competition is the order of the day at Lawrence’s music stores.
PROGRESS CONSTRUCTION
April 12, 1996
Construction sagged a bit during 1995, but a Lawrence homebuilder said the drop-off was nothing to be concerned about.
WOMEN WERE PRIESTS ONCE
April 12, 1996
An author makes a historical case for including women in the Roman Catholic Church clergy.
BROWN FINDS HOME AT OUTSIDE LINEBACKER
April 12, 1996
After three position changes in just over a year, Pat Brown has finally found a home. Brown, a red-shirt sophomore-to-be from Westerville, Ohio, went into Kansas University’s football spring drills No. 1 at one outside linebacker spot.
CITY-OWNED GOLF COURSE NEARER TO REALITY
April 12, 1996
New public links are on course for an August 1997 opening near Clinton Lake.
CRASH LEAVES LOCAL RESIDENTS BEWILDERED
April 12, 1996
The plane crash that killed Jessica Dubroff elicited an emotional response in Lawrence.
GROWTH THRIVING NORTH OF THE KAW
April 12, 1996
North Lawrence development was in full swing in 1995, and there’s no sign of a slowdown this year.
FIRE DAMAGES LAWRENCE HOME
April 12, 1996
A fire Thursday in a five-unit house at 433 Ohio forced four people from their apartments. But nobody was injured. Fire officials estimate the fire caused $9,000 damage to the stone house, owned by Paul Horvath of Lawrence.
PENG FAMILY BUILDS ON SUCCESS
April 12, 1996
Two family-owned Chinese restaurants have learned the lessons of a successful business. By Peih-Shyun Wu
DEADLINE NEARS FOR TAX APPEALS
April 12, 1996
The stampede of property valuation appeals hasn’t materialized this year.
BENEFITS WEIGH HEAVY FOR FITNESS JOB
April 12, 1996
Ernie Norwood has found several advantages to working after midnight at Total Fitness.
S SAFERIDE HOURS ARE SAFE BET
April 12, 1996
Carl Erickson’s late-night schedule suits him just fine.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES THRIVE IN AREA
April 12, 1996
There are many available jobs in Lawrence, especially if you’re willing to get your hands a little dirty.
1996-1997 CHAMBER BOARD
April 12, 1996
Chair of the Board: Marilyn Bittenbender Chair-Elect: Dale Willey
HASKELL PERSERVERES DESPITE FUNDING WOES
April 12, 1996
Haskell officials hope a new residence hall scheduled to open in 1997 will help the school avoid overcrowding.
KU COACH SAYS RELAYS GOOD AS EVER
April 12, 1996
Want to see the veins stick out on Gary Schwartz’s neck? This will happen if you make a flippant remark about his baby — the Kansas Relays. “I get mad when people say the KU Relays isn’t what it used to be,” Schwartz, Kansas University’s eighth-year track coach, said Thursday. “We don’t put 20,000 to 30,000 (fans) in the stands, but the basic truth is it is a great track and field meet.”
ROUND CORNER PROVES DOUBTING THOMASES WRONG
April 12, 1996
A one-on-one relationship with customers helps keep Round Corner Drug Store in business amid changes in the pharmacy industry.
BEST
April 12, 1996
Lawrence CyberVillage is making a splash among World Wide Web surfers.
S HEALTH CARE OPTIONS KEEP GROWING
April 12, 1996
Competition brings expansion to some Lawrence health facilities. But these are tough times for others.
TASK FORCE VOLUNTEERS HELP ACCOMPLISH CHAMBER GOALS
April 12, 1996
Task force volunteers help the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce get the job done.
RENOVATION READIES LMH FOR COMPETITION
April 12, 1996
The city hospital adds space to improve convenience for patients.
WATER QUALITY TOP ISSUE FOR WATER WORKS
April 12, 1996
Maintaining the quality of Lawrence’s water supply is a 24-hour a day job.
OREAD WEST SEES RAPID EXPANSION
April 12, 1996
Two banks and a commercial center highlight activity at the city’s research and business park.
NEW BREWERY SET TO UNVEIL IRISH FARE
April 12, 1996
One Lawrence family is hoping the luck of the Irish and a love of good beer will translate into success.
SUBSCRIPTION VEGETABLE SERVICE KEEPS GROWING
April 12, 1996
Farms specializing in providing organically grown foods are developing a following.
EXTENSION SERVICE BRINGS THE FACTS TO AREA RESIDENTS
April 12, 1996
The original self-help center, Douglas County Extension Service provides a variety of information.
PROGRESS CORPCITIZENSHIP
April 12, 1996
Lawrence businesses score high marks as corporate citizens, officials say.
FREE STATE HIGH SCHOOL
April 12, 1996
Work is progressing well on Free State High School, which will open in about 16 months.
TEEN CENTER HOPES TO TURN AROUND ATTENDANCE
April 12, 1996
The Teen Center is hoping to attract more youths.
WELLSVILLE SHUFFLES LINEUP TO REPLACE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
April 12, 1996
Wellsville’s longtime athletic director has sidelined his sports duties to serve as junior-senior high school principal.
YEAR FOR EAST HILLS PARK
April 12, 1996
Eighty jobs were created during the past year at the East Hills Business Park.
BERKELEY PLAZA INC. IS ALMOST COMPLETE.
April 12, 1996
With a 90 percent occupancy rate, the Berkeley Plaza Inc. renovation is almost complete. “The landscaping is left and a few more street lights,” Scotch Industries president Scott Shmalberg said. “We just have three small office spaces left. All the major spaces have been leased.”
SURVEY RESULTS DRIVE CHAMBER POLICYACTIONS
April 12, 1996
Member surveys guide the policies and positions of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
CITY ENJOYS BOOM IN NUMBER OF JOBS CREATED
April 12, 1996
Gary Toebben, president of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, recently sat down to discuss the state of the economy in Lawrence and Douglas County. Here are his answers to interview questions: What made 1995 a good year for Lawrence businesses?
COUNTY COMMISSION MOVES TOWARD CONSTRUCTION OF JAIL
April 12, 1996
With major planning decisions taken care of, the starting date for construction of the new Douglas County Jail is just months away.
ACCELERATING CAR SALES THRILL LOCAL DEALERSHIPS
April 12, 1996
Car sales in Lawrence are revving up the local economy.
CITY DISPATCHERS CALL THE SHOTS THROUGH NIGHT
April 12, 1996
With the aid of a Motorola Communications Control Center, dispatchers guide emergency personnel.
KASSEBAUM CRITICIZES CYNICS
April 12, 1996
Sen. Nancy Landon Kassebaum, R-Kan., on Thursday criticized political candidates who insist on bashing the institution they wish to serve. “I am proud of having served in the United States Senate. I’m proud of having been a senator from Kansas,” she said during a lecture at Kansas University dedicated to the memory of the Vickers family of Wichita.
DOWNTOWN SEEKS GREATER VISIBILITY
April 12, 1996
Downtown Lawrence Inc. is working to make downtown an even better place to be.
95 BATTERS LAWRENCE RETAILERS
April 12, 1996
Though not booming, retail sales in Lawrence have fared better than sales in most Kansas communities.
S PLANNERS GRAPPLE WITH GROWTH
April 12, 1996
Lawrence is growing, with an estimated population increase of 1.8 percent in 1995.
S GATEWAY REOPENS
April 12, 1996
There are high hopes for Lawrence’s restored Union Pacific Depot.
WEATHER CONSPIRES TO DELAY KU CONSTRUCTION
April 12, 1996
Several major construction projects are under way at KU.
WHO LOVES YA BARBIE?
April 12, 1996
Decades after her unveiling, Barbie is still loved and admired by young and old.
LONG-RANGE PLAN READY AFTER FOUR-YEAR PROCESS
April 12, 1996
The finishing touches are being put on Horizon 2020, the city’s long-range planning document.
MISSION CONTINUES FOR AIDS PROJECT WORKERS
April 12, 1996
The spread of HIV among young adults keeps Douglas County AIDS Project busy.
April 12, 1996
A relocated J.C. Penney store and a new 12-screen theater are being planned for South Iowa Street.
S ASSN. A POWERFUL 1 YEAR OLD
April 12, 1996
Taxpayers are wielding political clout through a protest organization.
COMMUNITY GROWTH
April 12, 1996
A growing community means city officials and others have to keep their eye on the numbers.
CITY BUILDS COMMUNITY WITH RECREATION CENTER
April 12, 1996
A new $13.3 million recreation center is on the drawing board for Centennial Park.
PUBLIC PARKS
April 12, 1996
“It’s a watershed era,” City Manager Mike Wildgen said. “We’ve never seen anything quite like it.”
VOLUNTEER CENTER CAPTURES OLYMPIC SPIRIT
April 12, 1996
Roger Hill Volunteer Center centers on community.
RUGBY CLUB BROADENS ITS HORIZONS
April 12, 1996
Friends and family are as much a part of the rugby tradition as its rough reputation.
S AIMS TO FILL ITALIAN FOOD NICHE
April 12, 1996
People who have a hankering for Italian food have a new choice in Lawrence.
VOLUNTEERS BRING HOME THE GOODS
April 12, 1996
Meals On Wheels brings a warm meal and a friendly face to shut-ins’ homes.
GUILD BRINGS ART TO OUTLET MALL
April 12, 1996
The Lawrence Art Guild strives to promote art and increase creativity among its members.
VET CONSIDERS PET, OWNER IN ANIMAL CARE
April 12, 1996
Veterinarians must keep abreast of the latest in technology and treatments just as human doctors do.
INTEREST RATES FUEL REMODELING
April 12, 1996
Relatively low interest rates are keeping the local remodeling industry busy.
LIVE MUSIC SCENE KEEPS LAWRENCE HOPPING
April 12, 1996
The live entertainment scene in Lawrence outranks those of other Kansas cities, according to a downtown club owner.
VALUATION RISE SHOWS HEALTH OF LOCAL ECONOMY
April 12, 1996
Douglas County’s rising property values mean tax dollars go further.
PEARL E. BROWN
April 12, 1996
Graveside services for Pearl E. Brown, 95, Vorhees, N.J., will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery, Winchester. Ms. Brown died Wednesday, April 10, 1996, at the Care Inn, Vorhees.
KANSAS PRODUCTS IN QVC SPOTLIGHT
April 12, 1996
Kansas companies are hoping to have their products featured on QVC, a televised shopping channel.
GOLF CLUB TEES UP FOR COMPETITION
April 12, 1996
The Jayhawk Golf Club is an economical outlet for guys who love golf.
PARAMEDIC JOB BRINGS BUSY, FULFILLING LIFE
April 12, 1996
A day at the office can mean the difference between life and death.
ORIENTAL GROCERIES FIND GOOD HOME IN LAWRENCE
April 12, 1996
The flavors of the world are brought to Lawrence by two local grocery stores.
FIRST STEP HOUSE HELPS WOMEN GET ON THEIR FEET
April 12, 1996
Women who need help recovering from substance abuse can turn to First Step House.
S VISUALLY IMPAIRED
April 12, 1996
Audio-Reader has been a Lawrence fixture for 25 years and reaches more than 6,000 listeners. Christopher Bulgren
DCCCA BLENDS TREATMENT PROGRAMS WITH SOCIAL CARE
April 12, 1996
DCCCA no longer confines itself solely to the treatment of drug and alcohol problems.
S HISTORICAL GEMS
April 12, 1996
Natural areas and architecturally significant structures have an ally in the Douglas County Preservation Alliance.
EDUCATOR ADDS ANOTHER KUDO TO SERVICE RECORD
April 12, 1996
A retired school administrator wins the chamber’s public service award.
THOMAS BREAKS DOWN BARRIERS
April 12, 1996
It’s important to make time to give back to the community, a local leader says.
FIREFIGHTER READY TO ROLL AT ALL HOURS OF NIGHTDAY
April 12, 1996
The high-stress job of a firefighter involves more than meets the eye.
BOARD MEMBERS READY TO ROLL
April 12, 1996
Newly elected members of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors will assume their new offices beginning in April.
ARTS CENTER EXPANSION ON HOLD
April 12, 1996
The Lawrence Arts Center’s expansion and renovation project faces some roadblocks.
WORKERS SCURRY ON POOL
April 12, 1996
City officials aim to open their reconstructed Municipal Pool on May 27.
DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS FEEL UNSAFE
April 12, 1996
Downtown merchants say they’re working to improve the late afternoon and nighttime climate on Massachusetts Street.
DOLLARS
April 12, 1996
Financial institutions continue to see Lawrence as a hot market.
STUDENTS, INTERNET SPUR STRONG RETAIL COMPUTER MARKET
April 12, 1996
The retail computer market in Lawrence remains strong, based on interest among KU students and a population that likes to bring computing home.
CAFE SERVES HOMELESS BREAKFAST WITHSMILE
April 12, 1996
The homeless in Lawrence know where to go for a warm breakfast and a warm smile.
WATKINS MUSEUM EMBRACES CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY
April 12, 1996
Behind every good museum exhibit are the people who make it happen.
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT READY TO ASSIST ANYTIME
April 12, 1996
The Emergency Department at Lawrence Memorial Hospital is much more than an emergency room.
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April 12, 1996
John R. Elmore was elected chairman of the board of directors for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce in March 1995. The new chair, Marilyn Bittenbender, will take office April 1. Elmore is president and chief executive officer for Mercantile Bank of Lawrence.
K-10 CORRIDOR
April 12, 1996
A K-10 development group is watching out for the face-paced development progress along the highway’s corridor.
FINGERTIPS
April 12, 1996
Entries are being sought for the artwork to be placed on the Union Pacific Depot grounds.
BEYOND BOOKS
April 12, 1996
A new year brings change to the local library.
SENATOR SAYS MORE HOME CARE PROGRAMS NEEDED
April 12, 1996
It will be hard for Kansas to shake a nursing home bias and reshape state assistance programs so elderly can remain in their homes longer.
LIED CENTER BRINGS WORLD TO LAWRENCE
April 12, 1996
The Lied Center will bring the talent of several countries to its stage during its 1996-‘97 season.