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How should Kansas public universities find money to pay for crumbling classrooms on their campsuses?

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Response Percent
Solicit more funds from the Legislature
 
66%
Raise more funds from donors
 
33%
No opinion
 
0%
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Early morning fire kills at least two; three others missing
05:12 a.m., September 17, 2006 Updated 08:25 p.m.
A three-alarm fire this morning at 1205 N.J. killed at least two people, officials said.
Cops hawk safety message
Outreach event draws youths to KU sports venues
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
Sitting around images projected on the white walls of Allen Fieldhouse, the students heard lessons - basic and essential.
Wolverines blast No. 2 Irish
Michigan’s 47 points second-most by a N.D. visitor
September 17, 2006
Take that, Notre Dame. No. 11 Michigan finally put a Big Blue bruising on the second-ranked Fighting Irish in a 47-21 rout Saturday - the most points scored against Notre Dame at home in 46 years.
Thomas makes case for MVP
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C4
Forget AL Comeback Player of the Year. Frank Thomas is making a case for MVP.
Organization listings 2006
September 17, 2006
How to reach local organizations
Commissioners tackling significant revisions to rural development
September 17, 2006
Regulations that affect how rural areas develop have been reviewed and overhauled during the past year by the Douglas County Commission.
Contact information for area schools
September 17, 2006
How to reach area educators
Naming city manager commission’s top priority
Lawrence leaders also facing decisions on infrastructure needs, library’s future
September 17, 2006
It is a year of big decisions and big dollars for the Lawrence City Commission.
Make Lawrence your home
September 17, 2006
Starting services — Settling in — Getting registered
Horoscopes
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D6
For Sunday, Sept. 17, 2006
Mural landscapes
New book examines large-scale artworks across state
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D1
Scott McMichael admits he often sees the colorful hallway wall simply as a way to get to his office. But there are special times when he walks by the mural at Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center, which was painted by Lawrence teens, and admires it.
News release: Evening update on activities at 1205 New Jersey
September 17, 2006
News release: Update on activities at 1205 New Jersey
September 17, 2006
Chaps’ musical combines cowboys, BBC
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D1
John Phythyon has acted with a Western drawl. And he’s acted with a British accent. But he’s never used both in the same musical before.
Crumbling colleges
Maintenance deferred by politics
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A1
In 1999, most Kansas lawmakers couldn’t vote fast enough to increase taxes and sink the state in debt to fund a $13 billion, 10-year highway plan. Sure, there were political skirmishes along the way, but the plan to raise taxes and borrow $1 billion was approved by wide margins with minor prodding by the highway industry.
Clinton brings smiles to memorial service for former governor
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A5
Former President Clinton tearfully escorted a flag-draped casket Saturday carrying former Gov. Ann Richards into the state Capitol, where she will spend the next two days lying in state before her funeral and burial.
2008 race could cost nominees $500M
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A4
Those three dollars you’ve set aside in your tax returns as a good deed toward clean presidential elections? Forget about it. Nobody wants them anymore.
Fantasy pieces feature items with animals
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D5
Artists have used their art to present their moral and political views for centuries. The Kirkpatrick Pottery in Anna, Ill., made useful storage jars and crocks from its founding in 1859. But the owners, brothers Cornwall and Wallace Kirkpatrick, also made one-of-a kind fantasy pieces that today’s collectors seek. Experts think about 100 of these folk-art pieces were made.
Done best in a dress
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D8
New York Fashion Week is basking in the success of the dress. It’s already been a strong item for fall fashion, but it has emerged as the key piece for spring.
A crown jewel restored
Renovated castle will reopen to public
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
The old gray castle is about to be revived. For the past few years the three-story, 112-year-old limestone structure at 13th and Massachusetts streets has been empty and quiet.
Leftist supporters name candidate leader
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A9
Supporters of defeated presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador named him leader of a “parallel government” Saturday during a mass meeting in the same square where President Vicente Fox celebrated Independence Day hours earlier with a giant military parade.
Monkey disqualified as service animal
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
Forget guide dogs. A Springfield woman wants her pet monkey to be allowed into local restaurants with her as a service animal.
Federal case against serial killer dismissed
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
A federal judge in Kansas City, Mo., on Friday granted a request by prosecutors to dismiss a potential death penalty case against convicted serial killer John E. Robinson Sr.
Gubernatorial candidates weigh in on making repairs
September 17, 2006
If elected, what would you do, if anything, to pay for deferred maintenance and repairs at Kansas institutions of higher education?
Patrol seeks fuel deals
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
The Journal-World found gas prices as low as $2.10 at Citgo, Ninth and Iowa streets. If you find a lower price, call Pump Patrol at 832-7154.
Office hours remain part of dentist’s drill
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
Dentist Paul Kincaid, 85, has “drilled and filled” teeth out of the same 8-by-12-foot operating room for 51 years out of 61 total years in Lawrence.
Cats make surprise encore
Show relocates to Douglas County on short notice
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
The cats were back - this time, for a surprise visit.
Domestic violence cases often a challenge to prosecute
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A1
At 8:51 a.m., there was a knock at the door of Eve Kemple’s office. “A domestic violence victim from last night is in the lobby, and she wants to talk to someone,” said Dolores Moseley, one of two victim advocates in the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office.
Vatican regrets giving offense to Muslims; churches hit
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A1
Pope Benedict XVI “sincerely regrets” offending Muslims with his reference to an obscure medieval text that characterizes some of the teachings of Islam’s founder as “evil and inhuman,” the Vatican said Saturday.
Reversal of fortune
Fumble thwarts HINU comeback
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C1
Talk about a momentum shift. One moment Haskell Indian Nations University was driving for a potential winning touchdown. A few moments later, University of St. Mary had scored instead.
Flu bug no match for Moss
Free State senior ignores illness, takes 7th at invite
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C1
Free State High senior Gabe Moss didn’t just have to battle the strong winds Saturday at the Community America Invite, he also had to battle his body while suffering from a bout of the flu.
Huskers can’t crack USC’s stingy defense
No. 4 Trojans dominate Saturday’s showdown
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C1
The Southern California Trojans have a new starting quarterback and six new running backs. But they look like the same old USC - with an even better defense than last year.
Broncos fully aware of Huard’s pedigree
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C1
The Denver Broncos don’t believe they’re catching a break by facing a backup quarterback who hasn’t started a game in nearly six seasons.
Talkative Talib gives KU immediate spark
Sophomore defensive back shows no rust against Toledo following two-game suspension
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C1
With the University of Toledo football team pinned back on its own 2-yard line Friday, Kansas University cornerback Aqib Talib jawed some heated words of encouragement toward the Jayhawk defensive line - an attempt to fire the squad up, perhaps like only the free-talking Talib can.
Best sellers
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D3
Picture books tout spooky season
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D3
There’ll be a few goosebumps and smiles aplenty for kids who turn the pages of these picture books for All Hallow’s Eve.
Teen Titan
Westerfeld finds niche writing for youngsters
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D3
“There are few things that couldn’t be improved by adding vampires to them,” Scott Westerfeld says.
Missing keys, sanity possibly hiding together
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D1
I’m searching high and low for my blankety-blank keys. It is 5:20 p.m., and I have just finished work for the day. I am tired, my brain has been exercised to exhaustion, and I want to go home. I want to walk through my door, jump into some sweats, order dinner and swan dive onto the sofa. I want to numb my mind with reality TV until I nod off under my fleece blanket.
Lawrence commuter report
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B3
The following construction projects may affect commuter traffic in the region this week.
Militants planning attacks arrested
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
Four suspected al-Qaida members who were plotting attacks for Yemen’s capital were arrested Saturday, a day after security forces foiled near-simultaneous attempts to blow up two oil installations, authorities said.
Cabinet replaced after waste-dumping scandal
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
Ivory Coast named a new Cabinet on Saturday, replacing the ministers of transport and environment but reappointing most others, after a toxic waste-dumping scandal prompted the resignation of the entire 32-member body last week.
Japan’s centenarians set to reach record high
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
The number of Japanese living beyond 100 has almost quadrupled in the past 10 years, the government said Friday.
City band to help celebrate birthday
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B1
Lawrence City Band will provide a special concert in recognition of the city’s 152nd birthday. The concert is set for 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at South Park.
3rd person arrested in plot against high school
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
Police have arrested a third person in a foiled Columbine-style plan to bomb and shoot students at a high school, investigators said Saturday.
Drug kingpin extradited to face trial in U.S.
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
Mexico extradited accused drug kingpin Francisco Rafael Arellano Felix to the United States on Saturday, making him the first major Mexican drug lord to be sent north to face trial on drug charges.
Family pleads for safe return of newborn
Mother’s throat was slashed by abductor
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
A grandmother of a newborn girl stolen from a rural home pleaded Saturday for the baby’s safe return, as authorities searched for an abductor who stabbed and seriously injured the infant’s mother before fleeing with the child.
Study shows new once-a-year osteoporosis shot reduces fractures
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
An experimental treatment for bone-thinning osteoporosis appears to prevent spine and hip fractures even though it is given only once a year, eliminating the need for a strict daily pill regimen, preliminary data show.
Hurricane Lane slams into Mexico, then weakens
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A3
Hurricane Lane slammed into a sparsely populated stretch of Mexico’s Pacific coast south of the city of Culiacan on Saturday after battering the resort of Mazatlan with strong winds and rain.
Seminar to address military, workplace
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C12
Business owners, managers and others with questions about the implications and effects of a law governing employment of military personnel are invited to attend a free seminar this week in Lawrence.
Exporter of the Year to address group
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C12
An upcoming meeting of Kansas International will include a presentation by Great Plains Manufacturing Inc., winner of the 2006 Governor’s Exporter of the Year Award.
Lions’ gymnast Jones wins all-around title
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C3
Lawrence High senior Abby Jones secured top scores in both the vault and beam on her way to the all-around title Saturday at the Shawnee Mission East gymnastics invite.
LHS runners third at Shawnee Heights
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C3
Lawrence High finished third in both the boys and girls standings Saturday at the Shawnee Heights cross country invitational.
Seabury wins twice at volleyball invite
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C3
Seabury Academy’s volleyball team finished 2-3 in round-robin play Saturday at the five-team Hartford Invitational.
Longhorns tower over KU
No. 5 Texas uses height advantage to sweep Jayhawks in three games
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C3
The No. 5 Texas volleyball squad reinforced the saying that “everything’s bigger in Texas” when it went up against Kansas University on Saturday night at the Horejsi Center.
KU football notebook
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C3
¢ Defense overdid it ¢ Cornish keeping pace ¢ In the zone ¢ Still no threes
Suzuki can’t steal victory
Redman steady as K.C. stops Seattle
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C5
Mike Hargrove is in his second season managing the Seattle Mariners and he’s still amazed by Ichiro Suzuki.
Cards’ Isringhausen likely finished for 2006
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C5
Cardinals closer Jason Isringhausen likely will miss the rest of the season because of a bad left hip, St. Louis pitching coach Dave Duncan said Saturday.
K-State reaches 3-0
Wildcats turn back Marshall, 23-7
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C7
Most football teams make time of possession a priority. The way Kansas State played without the ball, it wasn’t such a big deal.
Oregon stuns Sooners, 34-33
Ducks block field-goal attempt on final play
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C7
In a wild final 72 seconds, Dennis Dixon and the Oregon Ducks had everything go their way.
Clerical error sends wrong bill to Senate
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A6
The House voted overwhelmingly last week to shut down the horse meat industry. But the wrong version of the bill is pending in the Senate - one that would allow existing slaughterhouses in Texas and Illinois to continue operating.
Guard troops to stay in city through December
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A6
National Guard troops and state police will patrol the city through December, Gov. Kathleen Blanco said Saturday at a summit of law enforcement officials and crime experts called to address a spate of killings marring the recovery from Hurricane Katrina.
Helene becomes hurricane in Atlantic
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A6
Hurricane Helene formed Saturday in the open Atlantic, while a weakened Hurricane Gordon drifted slowly, also hundreds of miles from land, forecasters said.
Text message leads to missing teen
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A6
A text message sent by a kidnapped 14-year-old to her mother led to her rescue Saturday, when police found her in a hand-dug, booby-trapped bunker.
People in the news
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A2
¢ Irwin’s friend appalled at people cashing in on death ¢ British stars ask government to help stop Darfur fighting ¢ Streep film ‘Evening’ to be filmed in Newport, R.I. ¢ ‘Napoleon’ actor Jon Heder, wife expecting first child
Fans flock to New Orleans for ‘All the King’s Men’ debut
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A2
Hundreds of screaming fans on Saturday greeted stars Sean Penn, Jude Law and Kate Winslet at the city’s debut of “All the King’s Men,” much of which was filmed here just months before Hurricane Katrina struck.
Prime habitat for deer grows
Hunters can help decrease threat to crops
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C8
The decline of Cedar Bluff Reservoir for the last five years has prompted an increase of approximately 2,900 acres of prime deer habitat in the lake bottom, increasing the white-tailed deer population by an estimated 45 percent in the last three years.
Waterfowl class Oct. 7
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C8
In an effort to introduce novices to waterfowl hunting, Wildlife and Parks is offering an instructional class on Oct. 7 at Marais des Cygnes Wildlife Area near Pleasanton.
Special hunt planned
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C8
The Corps of Engineers at Clinton Lake will hold its third annual special hunt at Bloomington Park during the entire month of November.
Great Lakes grouse: Most hunters miss opening weekend
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C8
Dean Fries can’t wait for the grouse opener. While a lot of hunters wait for the leaves to fall, Fries will be out there with his Gordon setters on opening day and the next four days.
New Hampshire should set Chase tone
Top ten drivers to begin quest today in NASCAR’s main event
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C2
Call it the calm before the storm, that quiet time before the Chase for the championship officially begins and NASCAR’s 10 title contenders are one big happy group - best friends forever.
Micheel builds on win over Woods
Confident golfer sinks Karlsson, moves to match play final
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C2
Shaun Micheel must be wondering if fate is on his side at the World Match Play Championship.
Man faces trial for fire that killed 8-year-old
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B2
A man will stand trial for murder in the death of an 8-year-old girl in a house fire apparently started by fireworks.
On the record
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B2
Lawrence datebook
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B2
Air Force sergeant’s service earns posthumous honor
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B8
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Roscoe C. Lindsay died in 1959 carrying the secret of a mission he flew over the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Prosoco promotes Lawrence resident
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C12
Prosoco’s Jeff Plumlee, Lawrence, has been promoted to production control manager.
Should you prepay mortgage or beef up 401(k)?
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C12
If you’ve read this column for a while, you know I’ve often urged readers to think about making extra mortgage principal payments. This can dramatically cut the amount of interest you pay over the life of the loan and allow you to pay it off early.
Comments taken on KU, city bus systems
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B5
Area residents this week will have a chance to weigh in on the future of the two public transit systems that operate in Lawrence.
County road reopens
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B5
A key Douglas County road linking Lawrence, Vinland and Baldwin reopened Friday after about five months of construction work.
Memorial service honors late KU Mideast expert
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B5
A memorial service for Deborah J. “Misty” Gerner is planned for 3 p.m. today at Ecumenical Christian Ministries, 1204 Oread Ave.
State Fair organizers hope to offer wine next year
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B5
Although a state law allowing the Kansas State Fair to sell wine by the glass went into effect July 1, wine lovers still couldn’t buy a glass of their favorite drink at this year’s fair.
Lawmaker’s plea deal in Abramoff case raises pressure on Capitol Hill
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A4
Rep. Bob Ney’s agreement to plead guilty to federal corruption charges was not only the biggest win yet for the Justice Department in the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal, it was also a loud reminder that the case is not going away.
Monsoon season of struggles challenges philosophy of life
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D4
I know that into each life a little rain must fall. It’s just that the last two years have been Monsoon Season for my family. I once wrote that nothing is so bad you can’t laugh at it - if not during, then after. Now some higher power apparently wants to challenge me on that philosophy … yet I have so many family and friends who manage to find humor in sorrowful circumstances.
Pawsible Dream supports Humane Society
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D5
Imagine for a minute that you live in a large house with a lot of rooms. Early one morning your doorbell rings, and someone is standing there with an energetic young dog bouncing around on the end of a leash.
Unfilled potential: Lawrence still planning for lab space
September 17, 2006 in print edition on C12
It has been more than a year since Lawrence and Douglas County commissioners agreed to pump a total of $400,000 a year, for up to 10 years, into boosting the area’s economic prospects by financing the hiring of a new bioscience booster and development of high-tech lab space in town.
Atlantis astronauts relax after busy week in orbit
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A11
With their hardest tasks behind them, space shuttle Atlantis’ six astronauts got time to relax Saturday after almost a week of nonstop work adding a new 17 1/2-ton addition with wing-like solar power panels to the international space station.
International Space Station questions and answers
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A11
Astronauts from the space shuttle Atlantis added a 17-ton truss and its attached solar arrays to the space station this week. The 240-foot-long arrays will double the power the station produces. The work is the first on the station since the shuttle Columbia was destroyed on re-entry in 2003.
Violence surges, killing 17
27 bodies found dumped in Baghdad streets
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A10
After a one-day lull, bloodshed surged again in the capital Saturday, with at least 17 people dead in attacks and 27 probable victims of sectarian killings found dumped in the streets as Iraq’s prime minister launched a fresh appeal for reconciliation.
World gets first good look at Raul Castro
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A6
Acting President Raul Castro is giving Cubans and the world a preview of how he may lead if his brother, Fidel, does not return to power: efficiently and with little fanfare.
Nobel laureates urge youths to address poverty
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A5
Ten Nobel Peace Prize winners issued an unprecedented “call to action” to young people, asking them to mobilize against racism and poverty and work to secure the rights of women and children.
Poor comparison
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B7
To the editor: I was a little troubled by the letter to the editor comparing the war in Iraq and the war on terror to a home remodeling project.
Congressman seeks credibility on Iraq
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B6
The headline Thursday morning from Iraq read: “Nearly 100 Killed in Baghdad During 24 Brutal Hours.” That’s what faced embattled Republican Rep. Chris Shays of Connecticut - along with a plate of lukewarm scrambled eggs and a tableful of reporters at a press breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor.
Old home town - 100 years ago today
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B6
From the Lawrence Daily World for Sept. 17, 1906: “Registration at Kansas University reached 1,178 this morning and the line at the registration office still reached out into the hall. The fall total is sure to surpass 1,200 by the end of the day. Classes met for the first time this morning and enrollment has been under way at the medical facility in Rosedale, as well. : Terrorists have threatened to kill the heads of state in Poland and we can see the need for Europe to be united against insurgents dedicated to violence and overthrow. : The Lawrence YMCA drive for new members has not passed the 500 mark and in six days some 120 new members were brought in.”
Old home town - 40 years ago today
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B6
Plastic horns, the noisy “trumpet types” that had become popular at sports gatherings, were banned from Kansas University athletic events as nuisances. Athletic director Wade Stinson said the horns had become a source of irritation with many fans and would not be tolerated under any conditions. Stinson said such horns would be confiscated by arena officers.
Old home town - 25 years ago today
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B6
Final 1981 valuation figures for Douglas County were higher than preliminary estimates and that was due to produce a drop in the property tax mill levy total. The full valuation for the city of Lawrence was $119 million, or about 62 percent of the county’s total of $193 million.
Hiring process
A hiring process that extends beyond the Lawrence City Commission could lead to a better decision on who will be Lawrence’s next city manager.
September 17, 2006
There are pros and cons associated with the decision of Lawrence city commissioners to make the search process for a new city manager a secret affair.
Tribes object to ski resort making own snow
September 17, 2006 in print edition on A11
Southwestern Indian tribes are asking a federal appeals court to block the proposed expansion of the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort.
Statue’s removal slights notable Californian
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B7
It’s not quite fair to accuse the California Legislature of tinkering with history, but what the lawmakers did earlier this month came awfully close. They wiped one of the giants of the state’s past out of history, or at least out of Statuary Hall.
U.S. intelligence system needs more attention
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B7
The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon five years ago exposed fundamental weaknesses in America’s intelligence community, particularly the FBI and the CIA. The absence of any terrorist attacks against the United States since 9/11 suggests that the reorganizations and reforms of the past five years, as well as increased vigilance, have made the nation safer. The intelligence picture remains complicated, however, and much work needs to be done to limit our vulnerability to international terrorism.
Disparate ‘facts’ complicate the debate
September 17, 2006 in print edition on B6
I beg your pardon. Apparently I made a major error of fact in a recent column. It turns out, contrary to what I wrote, that there never was a 9/11 terrorist attack on the United States.
Neighborhood groups
September 17, 2006
Here’s a list of Lawrence neighborhood associations and contact information about how to join
A sense of place
Orienteers mix fitness, adventure
September 17, 2006
Don’t expect the sport of orienteering to take the country by storm anytime soon.
Women & Spirit
Club changes name to better reflect inclusiveness
September 17, 2006
Sometimes in the life of an organization, a name change is in order.
Car talk
Corvette Club members gather for service, fun
September 17, 2006
Doug and Cheryl Flessing always wanted a Corvette.
Women & advocacy
September 17, 2006
In the weeks leading up to November elections, the Town and Country Republican Women of Douglas County will volunteer to pass out Republican candidate literature door to door, organize political forums and distribute Phill Kline signs around the county.
Dance fever
Contra style accessible to all skills, age levels
September 17, 2006
It didn’t take long for Daniel Pennington to fall in love with the contra-dancing events put on monthly by the Lawrence Barn Dancing Assn.
Something for everyone
September 17, 2006
Sure, you can volunteer. Maybe you’d like to work with children or animals, or maybe arts or literacy are more your speed. In any case, there’s a need throughout Douglas County for more help. Here, the Roger Hill Volunteer Center has compiled a partial listing of opportunities.
Douglas County Commissioners
September 17, 2006
Our county commissioners
Recreation facilities
September 17, 2006
Where to go to have fun outdoors
Lawrence City Commissioners
September 17, 2006
Our city commission
Poet’s showcase
September 17, 2006 in print edition on D3
“Tumbleweed,” by Dan McCarthy