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New school year starts
A new school year opens today and students have plenty of new classrooms to fill.
Published on August 15, 2007
KU starts year with convocation
Tonight, Hawk Week activities continued with the annual University Convocation.
Jayhawk statue stolen
The theft of an irreplaceable piece of artwork ruffled the feathers of employees at a west Lawrence apartment complex.
Land use reviewed
Local leaders get a glimpse at a possible new look for areas south and east of Lawrence.
LMH to acquire McLouth Medical Clinic
Lawrence Memorial Hospital plans to expand into Jefferson County.
College-bound students bring money to local retailers
Classes start tomorrow at KU giving retailers new reasons to smile.
Local counseling center needs help
A local counseling center needs your help staffing its' 24-hour hotlines.
No non-conference road games for the 'Hawks
The good news for KU is that for the second time in three years, the Jayhawks won't play a road game until conference play.
Eudora football ready for season
The Eudora Cardinals hope to take the next step in 2007.
Videocast for August 15.
Three questions with ... Kennedy Principal Felton Avery
Kennedy Principal Felton Avery discusses the excitement of the first day of school.
First day: Isabella Rantner
West Junior High seventh-grader Isabella Rantner on starting junior high.
First day: TreVaun Ross and Ashaunti Spates
New York Elementary students, fifth-grader TreVaun Ross and his sister third-grader Ashaunti Spates, talk about their favorite subjects.
First day: Xavier Schmahl
Kennedy Elementary first-grader Xavier Schmahl explains his favorite thing about the first day of school.
First day: Ebony Woods
Kennedy Elmentary second-grader Ebony Woods talks about her favorite thing about going back to school.
First day; Clayton Rials
Kennedy Elementary sixth-grader Clayton Rials talks about the first day of school.
First day: Ilene Tolbert and Avery Mulally
Kennedy Elementary students, fifth-grader Ilene Tolbert and her cousin second-grader Avery Mulally, talk about returning to school.