Archive for Monday, September 16, 2013

Lead stories

12:21 a.m.
The Turnhalle building at the southwest corner of Ninth and Rhode Island Streets. Historic preservation group hires architect for Turnhalle repairs
September 16, 2013
Leaders of a local historic preservation group say work soon will begin on $125,000 worth of repairs to a historic building that recently was partially condemned, forcing the closure of a longtime art studio. By Chad Lawhorn
9:53 a.m.
Allergy season arrive a few weeks early this year, but it's not as bad as it's been in years past when pollen counts were 10 times higher than normal. Fall allergies worse in Douglas County area this year
September 16, 2013
Many people in the Lawrence area may have noticed an increase in allergy symptoms lately. That’s because allergen levels have been on the rise as the calendar gets nearer to fall and because of a strong growing season that boosted weed growth. By Giles Bruce
12:12 p.m.
Shonn Tew, a registered nurse at Aestheticare Medspa, 3510 Clinton Place, is pictured with a laser used for tattoo removal. Tew says that through multiple treatments, the laser breaks up the ink particles in tattoos so that they are eventually absorbed by the skin. Lawrence clinic to begin laser tattoo removal
September 16, 2013
You contemplated it for a while and eventually decided to go for it. You took the the plunge and got a tattoo. If you’ve come to regret that serpent across your back, soon a Lawrence business will be able to make it vanish. Aestheticare MedSpa, 3510 Clinton Place, has purchased a Medlite C-6 laser through Cynosure. The laser is specifically designed for tattoo removal and Aestheticare will begin treating patients next month. By Meagan Thomas
4:40 p.m.
Pre-school teacher Allison Haworth reads "Goodnight Gorilla" to children in the Lawrence Arts Center's preschool Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013. STEAM programs blend science and art education
September 16, 2013
Science, technology, engineering and math have long been thought of as a group by themselves known as STEM courses. But the Lawrence Arts Center is offering programs that add creative arts to the mix in what education experts now prefer to call the STEAM curriculum. By Peter Hancock

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Editorial: Just say no
Kansas University officials should stand by their resolve not to schedule a football game with Missouri in Arrowhead Stadium.
September 16, 2013 in print edition on A11
The beat goes on and on: Resume the traditional Kansas-Missouri football game and hold the annual event in Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium.