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More Americans putting off move to nursing homes
More seniors in Douglas County and the country are waiting longer before heading to nursing homes.
Published on April 8, 2007
Farmers question disappearance of baby goats
They're just as curious as the animals they raise as 25 the newborn goats two local farmers raise have disappeared.
AIDS Walk huge success despite cold weather
Hats and gloves were essential yesterday as locals took part in the AIDS walk and 5K run.
Gay rights supporters celebrate homosexual pride
Gay rights supporters rallied in Lawrence yesterday to continue a week-long celebration.
KU powwow draws hundreds to event
The pounding sounds of drums and chants filled the air over the weekend at the 19th annual KU powwow.
Area kids participate in local egg hunts
Area children hopped into the Easter spirit this weekend at several area egg hunts.
Search for perfect pair of shoes a challenge
The search for the perfect pair of shoes gets more complicated as we age.
KU forward could make jump to NBA
After two seasons in Lawrence, KU forward Julian Wright may be ready to test the waters of the NBA draft.
Longhorns steal close home game from 'Hawks
Yesterday the Kansas baseball team tried to take two of three from the 6th ranked Texas Longhorns out at Hoglund Ballpark, but the 'Hawks' effort ended up just short as the 'Horns hooked the 'Hawks 6-5.
Jayhawks' rowing regains Kansas Cup
The Jayhawks rowing team regained the Kansas Cup yesterday by beating K-State 12-10.
Kristen Brumm, Executive Director Douglas County Aids Project
Kristen Brumm, Executive Director Douglas County Aids Project, talks about the success of this year's AIDS Walk.
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