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Annalise Flynn

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To honor friend who lost battle with breast cancer, local women prepare for Komen walk for the cure
July 31, 2009
Rather than be consumed by their grief, three friends are using it as fuel for a 60-mile journey through Chicago. They call themselves “Amy’s ACEs,” and they are walking to help find a cure for the disease that took their friend.
‘Cash for Clunkers’ not expected to last long
July 28, 2009
A new federal program went into effect Monday: the so-called Cash for Clunkers.
Centenarian still prefers farm to town
Mother recalls rural life, handiwork
July 25, 2009
Simple, honest living might be the key to longevity — at least for Ina Arnett, who is celebrating her 100th birthday today.
Budding artists create mural
Sixth-graders from Boys and Girls Club spruce up United Way building
July 24, 2009
The United Way building in south Lawrence has a new garden and mural that will please visitors year-round, thanks to some talented artists from the Boys and Girls Club.
Interns at Watkins Community Museum dusting off bits of Lawrence’s past
Papers shed light on work of Mayor A.L. Selig, city growth
July 23, 2009
When you think of intern tasks, making coffee or copies might come to mind. But three interns at the Watkins Community Museum of History have been dusting — for about 100 hours each.
Historic writing restored at Watkins
July 22, 2009
Watkins Museum employees are working hard to protect the work of former Lawrence mayor A.L. Selig.
Young scientists have a blast learning about rockets
July 17, 2009
A handful of Lawrence kids turned South Park into Cape Canaveral on Thursday when they set off their own mini-rockets.
They come, they build, they ride off: Cyclists lend hands to Habitat house
July 8, 2009
They traveled almost 2,000 miles to get here, but they didn’t rest when they reached Lawrence.
Bike races get off to flying start
July 4, 2009
There was a strong wind and a threat of rain, but that did not stop spectators from gathering in full force to watch the first leg of the inaugural Tour of Lawrence on Friday night.
Wheat State presents a challenging pie
June 29, 2009
Wheat State Pizza has introduced the Gorilla Challenge, which involves consuming a 10-pound pizza in an hour or less.

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