Saturday, Feb. 11, 2006
For the last few year KU officials have been looking for a few ways to improve parking on campus, but even after hiring a consultant there is one issue that no one even thought about, that is until a student group got revved up. More options could be on the way for voters who prefer to cast their ballets before Election Day. On paper they are the best team in our viewing area, that is the Tonganoxie High girl's basketball squad. The Tonganoxie boy's team retired the first ever jersey Friday night of 5-year manager, Red Clark. Piper High takes on a double-dip with the boys and girls challenging Leavenworth-Immac. Less than a week after a fatal shooting in Downtown Lawrence, Police look for better tools to keep guns out of bars. A local elementary school comes to the rescue of a family who lost everything in a house fire Tuesday night. KU School of Journalism honors one of Kansas' most influential journalists. Douglas County's new and improved 911 service helped save a woman's life. The Haskell men and women hosted Central Christian College Friday night at the Coffin Sports Complex. The Quin Snyder era at Missouri is over. Days after announcing that he would not step down he did just the opposIn January, Kansas knocked off Iowa State in Aimes. Tomorrow Cyclones try to return the favor in Lawrence, but it will not be easy though.