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Were there any persons of color living in Lawrence back in this time? Can't tell by the photos presented.

July 23, 2015 at 6:37 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Lawrence City Commission reopening study of new police facility

Who are the authors of the linked information you are providing?

July 20, 2015 at 12:29 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Lawrence Community Shelter seeks immediate funds to avert drastic cuts

The shelter needs to hire Secretary of State Chris Kobach. Flory will then bend over backwards and break the rules so to be more 'friendly' to the shelter-;)

July 6, 2015 at 10:11 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Kansas representative faces hearing over 'racist' remarks

Yeah, let's get to the bigger issue of voter fraud!

June 20, 2015 at 9:47 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Your Turn: Commissioner addresses code issues

I disagree. Most comments are not about Kobach himself, but about the commission's involvement in providing unbalanced application of processes in place. From Mr. Flory's comments, it is apparent that he did want to please the SOS regardless of the rules in place. There should be an independent 3rd party investigation into this issue as a way to clear the speculation brought on from a couple of individuals breaking protocol and doing what steps it took to ensure the SOS was treated favorably.

June 10, 2015 at 9:03 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Trio of Lawrence commissioners say they want to get tougher on economic incentives

I hope all public officials will use social media of all types to further communicate their positions; especially when not quoted correctly. Keep it up Matt. Don't let anyone intimidate your choices while on the commission.

June 10, 2015 at 8:36 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU chancellor's husband worked closely with people implicated in UNC's massive academic fraud case

Sounds like you must have some really good seats you don't want to lose Joe. The article picks up pieces of a puzzle and starts to put them together; nothing wrong with that. Hard to understand how a well educated individual, at a high management level, and whose spouse was an assistant dean in a program of questionable behavior; was not aware of those issues taking place; especially when high-profile students are involved. And for that same person to then make a statement completely distancing herself from the situation. It used to be long ago, that public figures ensured that their dealing were "above reproach", and today we are stuck with the same public officials making sure their action "were not illegal". Let the investigation move forward, let the freedom of the press continue on without interference.

June 7, 2015 at 12:10 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Appeals board questions Douglas County codes enforcement policy

Commissioner Gaughan states in today's article, that the commissioners are NOW going to look further into this issue; only last week Commissioner Gaughan was reported as being satisfied with the outcome and accepted the "unwritten change of evaluations"
I am willing to give this same commissioner SOME time to review and get back to the public as to what took place in DETAIL. And then what actions are to be taken to prevent such misconduct from repeating itself. Someone or some people need to be removed from their position in order to ensure that this issue stands out within the county government, so that the next guy doesn't do what someone else told him to do, and in-turn, that procedures are followed by the codes that are written. There has to be some resolution beyond a paper promise of new order by two commissioners and a scrambling administrator. Power has to be shifted in order for justice to be served.

These guys (county personnel and the cover up by the two commissioners) knew what they were doing when they did what they did. And it does no one any good to continue to coat over the truth with deception and excuses. I would like to see the affidavit from the two inspectors as to how and why they felt removed and replaced. Does the current inspector feel he has complete authority to forgive any codes he now finds are being violated and how if he so believes he has such authority, does he determine who gets penalized with re-inspections and which projects are allowed to continue without further evaluation (such as Kobach received)

Should some official be forced to resign or County official is found to have acted illegally, then that will cause other state agencies, review boards and the state media groups to do follow up investigations and in so and if deserving, prosecutions. That is the justice we are all seeking and that is the justice that is deserved. If only Rachel Maddow was in town.....does anyone have those connections?

June 1, 2015 at 12:33 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Douglas County says Kobach was not shown favoritism in building case; failure to be strict on building codes was result of new, unwritten policy

County Commissioners need to take a look at this with an independent investigator. And the officials knew this would be a highlighted case if they got caught, and still disregarded the rules. And the worst part of this story thus far, is that one man's reputation was questioned and a 'yes' man installed in order to "ensure" that another politician was taken care of.

Time for someone to be let go and set the example that Douglas County does not permit special treatment to anyone.

May 17, 2015 at 10:18 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Editorial: Questionable leadership

I don't know about bigger lies....try George Bush and Dick, dick, dick, (excuse my stutter) Chaney....their lies cost us a few thousand American lives and the Iraqis, a few hundred thousand lives.....not to mention that trillion dollars plus.

April 7, 2015 at 10:09 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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