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Lawrence's newest school could face delay
Most Lawrence public school students are set to return to class on Wednesday, but that might not be the case for those headed to the city's newest school.
Published on August 13, 2007
Incoming freshmen at KU become Jayhawks tonight
At 'Traditions Night,' University leaders taught students to 'Rock Chawk,' 'Wave the Wheat' and find the spirit it takes to be a Jayhawk.
Some students still in need of supplies
With the school-year set to start in less than 48 hours, many students still don't have the supplies they need.
Gas prices fall, milk prices rise
Gasoline prices are down, but milk prices are on the rise. Consumer reports estimates that Americans are paying a hefty price for falling prey to online scam artists.
Animal cruelty trial delayed
Trial is delayed as plea negotiations are underway for a Lawrence man facing felony animal cruelty charges.
Bauer Farms Development looks to change plans
Developers of Lawrence's first new urbanism neighborhood has to change some of their plans.
Coffeyville oil refinery to open weeks ahead of schedule
Devastating flood waters last month damaged the refinery after a nearby river over-topped it's levy, spilling thousands of gallons of oil into the rising waters, coating houses and lawns.
Eudora City Council to support bond issue
The Eudora City Council will publicly support the school district's upcoming bond issue at their meeting tonight.
Tongy Council to focus on 2008 budget
Discussions at tonight's Tonganoxie City Council meeting centers around the 2008 budget and a hearing starts at 7.
Kidcast for August 13th, 2007
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Fall sports season underway for prepsters
Today, practice fields, courts, and courses around the area were being used for the first time this school year.
Reesing moves ahead in QB battle
In Mark Mangino's second open practice of the season, the media and fans in attendance watched a Kansas offense run almost exclusively by sophomore QB Todd Reesing.
Aqib Talib ready to lead the Jayhawk defense
While several Jayhawks battle it out for starting positions, Aqib Talib is NOT one of them.
Third Jayhawk baseball player signs pro contract
KU outfielder Brock Simpson has inked a deal with the Cleveland Indians organization.
Videocast for August 13
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