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FSHS Homecoming Parade Tour of Missouri LHS vs. SM West
Would a K-State campus in Olathe be a threat to KU's interests?

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6:00 a.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.
9:00 a.m.
Forum maps out county traffic plan
September 21, 2007 in print edition on 3A
Lawrence and Douglas County will have to prepare for significant amounts of new traffic - especially truck traffic - during the next two decades. Figuring that fact out has been the easy part of developing Transportation 2030, a new comprehensive plan designed to map out how area residents will travel around the county for years to come.
1:00 p.m.
Pulse Podcast
Tribute band creates Pink Floyd Experience
Posted September 21, 2007
Tom Quinn realizes it's not as good as the real deal. But he calls his Pink Floyd Experience "the next best thing to being at a Pink Floyd concert." The San Diego-based tribute band - complete with a laser light show, surround-sound speakers and the signature flying pig - comes to the Lied Center for a show at 7:30 tonight. In this week's Pulse Podcast, guitarist and founder Quinn talks about his appreciation for Pink Floyd, his band's attempt to replicate the music and how Floyd is catching on with the younger set. Also, hear several songs, including "Wish You Were Here," "Money," "Comfortably Numb" and "Time." After that, we'll tell you about some of the other events going on in the Lawrence in the next few days in our weekly Best Bets feature.
4:00 p.m.
"Lines" is one of the 12 films in the Manhattan Short Film Festival. Manhattan Short Film Festival
September 21, 2007 in print edition on 1C
It started out small but potent. Nick Mason decided to set up a screening in New York’s Union Square Park to showcase fledgling student filmmakers. “I had to go over to a friend’s house to borrow a computer so I could make the press release, but the T button never worked right on it,” Mason recalls.
10:12 p.m.
Kansas' Kyle Culwell (30) interrupts a pass intended for Missouri's Chase Coffman in this file photo. Boycott of KU-MU game urged
September 21, 2007
Stay at home and party. That’s what a pair of downtown Lawrence business owners will be trying to convince Lawrence residents to do on Nov. 24, rather than travel to the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., to watch Kansas University’s “home” football game against Missouri.

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Lawrence Datebook
September 21, 2007 in print edition on A4
Events around Lawrence.
Did Heels commit secondary violation?
Prospect Shumpert chatted with NBA players on visit to University of North Carolina campus
September 21, 2007 in print edition on B2
The University of North Carolina is conducting a review to determine whether the school committed a secondary recruiting violation during a basketball prospect’s campus visit last weekend.
Everett to transfer to Houston hospital today
Doctors say they expect injured Bills tight end to be walking within weeks - maybe sooner
September 21, 2007 in print edition on B6
Kevin Everett will be transferred this morning to a Houston hospital to begin the next phase of his rehabilitation, less than two weeks after the Buffalo Bills tight end sustained a life-threatening spinal cord injury.