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KU baseball falls in finale at Tech
March 30, 2015
Kansas University limited Texas Tech to just four hits, but the Red Raiders made the most of them in a Big 12 baseball series-clinching 3-2 victory over the Jayhawks on Sunday at Rip Griffin Park.
Self: KU might ‘soften’ its schedule
March 30, 2015
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self’s Jayhawks played the toughest schedule in the country the past two seasons, according to strength-of-schedule ratings calculated by ESPN.com. By Gary Bedore
100 years ago: Home opens for ‘working girls of good character’
March 30, 2015
“The Ricker Home is the remodeled residence at 841 Maine street.”
Opinion: Four keys to evaluate an Iran deal
March 30, 2015
If you’re confused about whether a nuclear deal with Iran would be good for America — or for Israel — join the club. The club, that is, of folks who are debating the benefits of a deal versus the costs.
Editorial: Treaty trust?
The Obama administration’s lack of transparency makes it hard for Americans to have confidence in U.S. negotiations for a nuclear treaty with Iran.
March 30, 2015
How can Americans have much confidence or believe that President Obama is acting in the best interests of America in current nuclear treaty dealings with Iran when his record in foreign matters and his administration’s transparency have been so disappointing and dangerous to the country?
Letter: Community vision
March 30, 2015
Sincere thanks to the Lawrence Pedestrian Coalition and numerous sponsors for conducting the Safe Routes for All town hall meeting at Liberty Hall on Wednesday evening. The event featured excellent national and regional speakers who presented to a packed house on successful bicycle and pedestrian initiatives, and built-environment improvements.
Letter: Fluoride debate
March 30, 2015
Approximately two-thirds of the U.S. adds the toxic industrial waste product known as fluoride to the tap water to supposedly prevent tooth decay. Most developed countries do not fluoridate their water. According to the World Health Organization, there is no discernible difference in tooth decay between developed countries that fluoridate their water and those that do not.