Archive for Thursday, September 20, 2007

Also from September 20

Births
Chats
Obituaries
On the street
Photo galleries
Eighth grade city quadrangular Garden Spot: Wildlife Retreat From the Bleachers
Podcasts
Polls
Does KU do a good enough job protecting private records?

Poll results

Response Percent
No
 
77%
Yes
 
11%
Undecided
 
10%
Total 160
Videos

Lead stories

6:00 a.m.
Topeka resident Kirk Keberlein prepares his boat before docking it at the Rock Creek Marina on Friday at Perry Lake. A new state law puts a cap on noise levels emitted by boats. Keberlein, who has a 38-foot sports boat that exceeds the law's decibel level, and others alike are frustrated by the law. The boat, which is typically not legal to be on the water by the law, was permitted on the weekend of Sept. 15 for the Watercraft Poker Run event. Boaters startled by new enforcement of noise law
September 19, 2007 in print edition on 1A
Kirk Keberlein and his 38-foot sports boat spent all summer on Perry Lake. So it was like a splash of cold water in the face when on Labor Day weekend Keberlein was told that, under a new state law, his boat was too noisy. He was asked to leave the lake and not come back until the boat was quieter.
10:11 a.m.
Hit-and-run suspects Ramona I. Morgan, left, and daughter Sabrina J. Morgan are escorted by Osage County Sheriff's officers into the Osage County Courthouse Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007 for their first court appearance. The appearance came a day after the accident on US Highway 59 four miles south of Lawrence which left two men dead Ramona I. Morgan was ordered held on a $2 million bond and Sabrina J. Morgan ordered held on a $1 million bond at the request of Osage County Attorney Brandon Jones. Bond reduced for passenger in fatal hit-and-run
September 20, 2007
Sabrina J. Morgan, 26, who is charged with aiding a felon in that chase, saw her bond reduced from $1 million to $100,000 during a hearing in Osage County District Court.
2:00 p.m.
Lawrence High senior Emily Bracciano began playing libero after her sophomore season. Her quickness, intelligence and aggressive play on the court have made her ideal for the position many people call "defensive specialist." Defining the position
September 20, 2007 in print edition on 1B
She’s one of the shortest players on the floor, and, if not for her steady defense in the Lions’ back row, you might not notice her. But such is life when you play volleyball’s wackiest position. Emily Bracciano is Lawrence High’s libero. Although her role as the team’s defensive specialist is clearly defined in volleyball circles, it seems completely chaotic to many who watch the games.
4:00 p.m.
Sally Spurgeon, left, as Mary, and Jayke Workman, as Colin, rehearse a scene from "The Secret Garden." The play opens at 8 p.m. Friday at the Lawrence Community Theatre, 1501 N.H. Child actors help theater’s ‘Secret Garden’ grow
September 20, 2007 in print edition on 1C
Jayke Workman wasn’t sure about wearing a nightgown in public. After all, it’s not exactly customary bedtime attire for the 11-year-old Raintree Montessori School student. But duty called, and Workman’s not one to turn down a leading role in a play.
10:00 p.m.
Leaders at Kansas State University want to build a campus in Olathe about the size of Kansas University's Edwards campus in Overland Park.  Pictured above is Regnier Hall at KU's Edward's Campus, a $17.8 million addition in 2006. K-State’s promise: Campus will differ from KU
September 20, 2007 in print edition on 1A
Kansas State University President Jon Wefald on Thursday promised that K-State’s proposed campus in Johnson County will not duplicate Kansas University’s operations. In fact, Wefald told the Kansas Board of Regents that he expects K-State and KU to collaborate on fundraising efforts. “When Jayhawks and Wildcats get together, good things happen,” he said.

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Lawrence Datebook
September 20, 2007 in print edition on A4
Events around Lawrence.