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6News Podcast for 02-16-06

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Friday, Feb. 17, 2006

A man who burglarized local churches twice in the past four year is sent to prison Thursday. Unanswered questions about northwest Lawrence's sewer capacity impact the bottom line for one local businessman and his employees. It turns out Toby Young has ties to the Lawrence community. The Lawrence Humane society has given her a number of dogs over the years for the Safe Harbor Training Program. It's a service some KU students argue might save a life. However, hardly anyone's using the Jaywalk program, brining into question whether it's a worthwhile student service. It was senior night at the Veritas Christian School as the lady eagles met up with the Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy winning, 52-51.
The basketball seasons at Tonganoxie High School have been polar opposites for the boys and girls varsity squads. This weekend's mission for the Kansas Baseball team, "back it up." Last weekend KU knocked off 8th ranked Stanford twice in Palo Alto. Things are not getting any better for Bonnie Henrickson's team. Last night the Jayhawks dropped their ninth game in eleven tries. Christian Moody wants another chance to beat Missouri. Asked on Wednesday whether or not he would like to be put on the free throw line on Saturday in a tie game with .4 seconds on the clock, and Christian responded by saying he would love to have that opportunity again. For Eudora high school basketball fans, rivalry week starts Friday.

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