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New City Commission looking into settling Wal-Mart suit
The Lawrence City Commission is testing the waters for a possible settlement in the lawsuit over a proposed Wal-Mart store at 6th Street and Wakarusa Drive.
Published on April 12, 2007
Downtown Lawrence Inc. looking to spice up summer with film series
Downtown Lawrence Inc. is partnering with the city's Parks and Recreations Department on a new downtown film series.
Lawrence police investigating possible hate crime
According to Lawrence police, around 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon, a man was beaten in broad daylight while walking downtown.
'Matrix' program looking to make math fun for low-performing students
Lawrence is one of just a handful of school districts in the country trying out a new program to help improve math scores of low-performing students.
Kansas students head to Lawrence to compete in annual film festival
Students from all over N.E. Kansas compete this week in the 'Lawrence High School Focus Film Festival.'
Lawrence Board of Realtors adding onto headquarters building
The Lawrence Board of Realtors is spending half a million dollars to double the size of its building at 6th and Monterey Way.
Several KU students hard at work in the body shop
Some KU students are putting on the finishing touches to their year-long project: a high-powered racecar!
Former Vice President visits Lawrence on Thursday
Walter Mondale, Vice President to Jimmy Carter from 1977-1981, spoke Thursday night at the Dole Institute of Politics.
Farmer's Market set to kick off this Saturday - rain or shine!
Though the Lawrence Farmer's Market will be starting this Saturday regardless of the weather, the recent cold conditions have left several local farmers with little to bring.
Injured Westar worker flown to Kansas City hospital after fall
A Westar worker fell two stories while working at the facility and was flown to a nearby K.C. hospital.
'Forever' stamp made its debut Thursday
The Postal Service's new 'Forever' stamp went on sale Thursday, and by mid-afternoon, the local post office had already sold 300 books of the new stamp.
Local elementary teacher honored today
Raintree Montessori School second-grade teacher Dayle Black has been named
Sunflower Bank's 'Teacher of the Month.'
Reesing and Meier in tight battle for starting QB slot
Kansas University quarterbacks Kerry Meier and Todd Reesing are good friends, roommates, and also having a tight battle for the role of starting QB for the upcoming football season.
LHS senior wrestler Emma Mercer signs with OCU
Senior wrestler Emma Mercer signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Oklahoma City University Thursday afternoon.
Farmers Market opening
Kevin Irick, a Linwood-area farmer, talks about his recent crop losses and how his tomato plants look for the upcoming Farmers' Market.
Videocast for April 12
Lawrence resident Mickey Woolard talks about his namesake, Mickey Mantle, and his upcoming race in the Boston Marathon.
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