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Vehicle crashes into Lawrence library

Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Lawrence Public Library’s Teen Zone is closed today after an early morning accident in which a vehicle struck the east side of the building at 707 Vermont St., breaking two of the vertical pane windows, according to Lawrence police.

LHS baseball no-hit by Topeka Seaman

Saturday, March 28, 2015

There wasn’t anything Lawrence High baseball players could do against Topeka Seaman junior pitcher Ryan Zeferjahn on Friday. Zeferjahn was locked in, and he never let up.

Lawrence Public Library to host financial literacy clinic

Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Lawrence Public Library will again offer the Financial Wellness Clinic, a free financial literacy series, in partnership with Housing and Credit Counseling Services, Inc.

Hundreds of KU class notes for sale online, but buyer — and seller — beware

Saturday, March 28, 2015

David Alexander wasn’t shocked when he heard last week that notes from his anatomy lectures were for sale on the internet. At the same time, he wasn’t OK with it. Multiple students’ versions of Biology 240 notes are among hundreds if not thousands of pages of KU class notes for sale on for-profit websites that encourage students to upload their own notes to make money and download other students’ notes to study. <b>By Sara Shepherd</b>

Letter: Contribution issues

Saturday, March 28, 2015

After reading Public Forum article by Joe Douglas, March 25, I was inspired to take a look at city commission candidates’ out-of-town donations. Although it wasn’t at first readily apparent, the name Crossland came up a lot.