Journal-World Editorials

Editorial: Recycling option
Rural county residents soon will have a more convenient way to drop off recyclable materials.
July 31, 2015
Congratulations to Douglas County officials for moving forward on plans to provide increased recycling opportunities for rural residents.
Editorial: True facts
Using incomplete or incorrect ‘facts’ to make his points is damaging the credibility of the Kansas governor.
July 30, 2015
Gov. Sam Brownback’s sloppy — or calculated — misuse of various figures to illustrate his administration’s successes is taking a toll on his credibility.
Editorial: Great gift
It’s great news that every student in Lawrence now will be able to experience the arts through a special school-only Lied Center performance each year.
July 29, 2015
The expansion of free Lied Center performances to all students in the Lawrence school district is a great gift to the community.
Editorial: KBA demise
Years of partisan politics and failing support from the governor and state legislators may soon kill the once-promising Kansas Bioscience Authority.
July 26, 2015
It’s sad to see an agency that started with such promise and delivered such benefits for Kansas now facing almost certain death.
Editorial: Boon for Baker
Access to super-fast Internet service will be an attractive selling point for students and faculty at Baker University.
July 24, 2015
Small colleges like Baker University in Baldwin City offer a number of advantages for some students over larger schools like Kansas University.

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