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City shuts down MagnaGro

look at a map... the street that magnagro is on is also 23rd street. the papers got it wrong

July 22, 2010 at 10:21 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

City Commissioners set to consider making changes to Lawrence's smoking ban in light of new state law

the way it was would have been fine if people would have used the ashtrays instead of throwing the butts on the ground. i am one of those people who enjoy a smoke with my beer, however i used the ashtrays provided for us. its the butts all over the ground that is the real issue. this is their way of "fixing it".

June 8, 2010 at 10:31 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

City Commissioners set to consider making changes to Lawrence's smoking ban in light of new state law

the way it was would have been fine if people would have used the ashtrays instead of throwing the butts on the ground. i am one of those people who enjoy a smoke with my beer, however i used the ashtrays provided for us. its the butts all over the ground that is the real issue. this is their way of "fixing it".

June 8, 2010 at 10:28 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Drunken driver who killed Lawrence woman on bicycle sentenced to 6 months in jail

it wasn't just a DUI though. he hilled a human after he decided to get into a car drunk. shouldnt killing a person, even by "accident", have a more hash punishment? 6 months jail, 1 year probation, $500... really, thats it?

May 20, 2010 at 10:02 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Operations at MagnaGro to continue following accident

it is an organic based fertilizer company. Lawrence inhabitants seem to be forgetting that little bit of info. not to mention i know Ray well enough to know that he is not only about money and himself. he loves his wife, all three of his daughters as much if not more then most and all his grand kids. his best friend that he use to travel on business and pleasure with is dead. how 'bout taking that into consideration. those spills where accidents made by employees not paying attention to what they where doing. MagnaGro is also watched very carefully now based on his past dumping violation. he would not be able to continue the company if any violations had been made. it would be in violation of his parole and the business would be shut down. each employee is given the safety rules and if they are not enforced by the "plant manager" (by the way that would be Roy) it is not Ray's fault. he has to hope and pray that the plant manager is doing his job. it was a terrible accident in which two wonderful, beautiful men died. instead of pointing the fault to someone who made a really bad choice in his past, that he is paying for, we should be thinking about those people that are morning for their loved ones.

April 6, 2010 at 2:06 p.m. ( | suggest removal )