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Dever top voter-getter in city commmission race

Two new faces will join the Lawrence City Commission on Tuesday - Mike Dever walked away from last night's election with more than 73-hundred votes.

Published on April 3, 2007

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Newcomer Chestnut nabs second spot

Taking second place in the city commission race, with just more than 19 percent of the vote, another political newcomer: Allen Press chief financial officer Rob Chestnut will serve a four year term on the city commission.

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Highberger finishes third; earns another 2-year term

Incumbent Boog Highberger came in third with just under 6,200 votes earning him a two-year term in office.

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Voters bring issues to ballot box

Lawrence voters that turned showed up today to cast their ballot didn't have to wait in line, but exactly what issues drove them to the ballot box?

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Election results totaled in quick turnaround

It took elections officials less than two hours to tabulate all of Tuesday's results.

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Morgan tops school board race

A familiar face finishes on top with 22 percent of the vote. Former school board member Scott Morgan led the race from the beginning, finishing with just less than 8,000 votes.

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Familiar faces round out school board winner

Taking second place in the school board election - the only incumbent in the race - Rich Minder. Mary Loveland - a former school board member - finished in third place.

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Area results feature upsets, new faces

Other towns in our viewing area - Eudora, Tonganoxie, Basehor and Linwood - had city and school board races as well.

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Amyx addresses city's progress in speech

Tonight, Mayor Mike Amyx addressed all the residents of Lawrence, delivering the annual State of the City speech.

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Unidentified tornado damages county home

A weekend storm causes significant damage to a county home, catching the owner and National Weather Service off guard.

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Convicted murderer wants case re-tried

A Kansas State University professor convicted of murdering his ex-wife seeks a new trial.

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Local elementary students warned of suspicious man

Students at New York Elementary are being cautioned to be extra careful after a female student was followed to school by an unknown adult male Monday morning.

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Longtime Lawrence teacher gets special surprise

A surprise classroom interruption leaves one longtime Lawrence teacher stunned.

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'Hawks fall to KSU in non-conference game

The Kansas baseball team will meet K-State for a three-game series this May. Those contests count towards the Big 12 standings. Tonight though, the two rivals met in Manhattan with nothing but bragging rights and pride on the line.

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KU softball splits doubleheader with Arkansas

The Kansas softball team hosted a double header against Arkansas this afternoon.

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City soccer showdown ends in 1-1 draw

How about a little city soccer showdown as Lawrence High girls versus Free State High girls tonight at YSI fields.

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Eudora baseball, softball eying state run

Last season the Eudora High baseball team reached the state title game for the first time in school history. Now the E-cards hope to finish what they started in 2006. Meanwhile, the EHS softball team also has its sights on state.

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