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What was your coldest day?


more_cowbell (Anonymous) says…

@ o_no_you_didnt,

The JW page is showing the same thing now, 0 F, although my other info (Yahoo! homepage) shows -10 F at this time. Perhaps the JW website doesn't do negative temps for their banner info? If so, that programming code might need updating… ;-)
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The 2 days i was talking about I was referring to my indoor outdoor temperature thingy in my living room, never got below 0 degrees, BUT as I speak my temperature thingy is showing ( -6 ) degrees, SO they finally got the forecast right temperature wise.

January 10, 2010 at 12:47 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

What was your coldest day?

What I want to know is WHY the other day the forecast was to get down to (-15) and it never got below ( 0 ) and the night before that it was suppose to get down to ( -7 ) and it never got below ( 0 ).

Riddle me that batman!!

January 9, 2010 at 6:56 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

State rescinds water advisory in Jefferson County district

Who is Marion?

December 29, 2009 at 3:43 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

State rescinds water advisory in Jefferson County district

NOW, the STATE OFFICIALS should go to the city of Perry and test the water, every time I have been to caseys the coffee in the coffee pots has a ( visible film ) floating on the top and this one time I was visiting a friend in Perry and I had to go pee so I used their bathroom and noticed a ( visible film ) floating on top of the toilet water!! True story.

Seriously, I think somebody should TEST the water in Perry I am willing to bet it would not pass inspection. If you do test the water in Perry DO NOT let anybody know you are doing it initially, because they are wayyyyyyyyyy corrupt in that little town and the word would get out with the quickness and the city would probably RUSH out to treat the water in order to pass the test.

December 22, 2009 at 7:57 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Emergency crews respond to trailer fire, rescue animals


gsxr600 (Anonymous) says…

Where does it say anything about a space heater?
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Maybe he is psychic.

October 31, 2009 at 12:39 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

City may revisit Freenet subsidies


Dennis (Dennis Anderson) says…

Here is the full link for Lifeline:
http://www.sunflowerbroadband.com/int…

Dennis Anderson
Managing Editor
Lawrence Journal-World
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oooooooo noooooooooooo youuuuuuuuuuuuu didnttttttt just post a perfectly good working link to some simple facts!!!

What say you Joshua?????????? lol

August 12, 2009 at 11 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

City may revisit Freenet subsidies

Reporter Chad Lawhorn spoke with Lawrence City Manager David Corliss today about the $90,000 Lawrence Freenet subsidy figure related to the market rate for for-profit companies for placing wireless Internet equipment on four city water towers and city hall. Corliss said the number is accurate. He also said that the word subsidy applies in this case.

Meanwhile, to address another matter raised on this comment thread, Sunflower Broadband Lifeline High Speed Internet Service is offered at no cost to individuals and families that qualify under the state and federal guidelines for Lifeline Telephone service. Qualified applicants must be a participant in one of these several social service programs, including food stamps, Medicaid, General Assistance, Supplemental Security Income, Head Start, Free School Lunch Program or Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance, among others.
To apply for Sunflower Broadband's Lifeline High Speed Internet Service you may call 785-841-2100 or 800-869-1214. You can download the application form here: http://www.sunflowerbroadband.com/int…
Sunflower Broadband will contact qualified applicants within two weeks to schedule an installation.

Dennis Anderson
Managing Editor
Lawrence Journal-Word
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OOOOO NOOOOOOOO YOUUUUUUUUU DIDNTTTTTTT just put the SMACK DOWN on some simple facts!! You da man, man.

Joshuaaaaaaaa What say you ??????? hee hee hee

August 11, 2009 at 6:32 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

City may revisit Freenet subsidies

Dennis (Dennis Anderson) says…
The source of the $90,000 Lawrence Freenet subsidy figure is Lawrence City Manager David Corliss. According to Corliss, the market rate for for-profit companies for placing wireless Internet equipment on city water towers and city hall is between $1,500 to $2,000 per month. Freenet is using four water towers and city hall at a rate of $10 per location. At $1,500 per month per site over 12 months, the Freenet subsidy is at least $90,000, according to rates provided by Corliss.

Dennis Anderson
Managing Editor
Lawrence Journal-World
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Good going Dennis, smackum down with cold hard facts!!

Hey Joshua, what say you?? LoL

August 9, 2009 at 9:51 p.m. ( | suggest removal )