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South Junior High finally opens its doors
It's almost a week late, but for Lawrence's newest school, the first day of classes has finally come and gone.
Published on August 20, 2007
Tonganoxie moves forward with long discussed street project
At a work session, city leaders decided on plans for improvements to 4th St. from the Tonganoxie Creek Bridge to Finch Drive.
Kansas becomes 42nd state to provide free news service to the blind
The National Federation of the Blind's Newsline Service is now up and running in Kansas. The program provides access to more than 250 newspapers and magazines nationwide - all through a touch-tone phone.
Saturation patrol in effect Saturday night
Lawrence police arrest three suspected impaired drivers and issue dozens of other citations during a weekend event cracking down on drinking and driving.
Topeka paused today to remember fallen firefighter
The family and friends of Tony Cox and firefighters from all over America paid tribute to a man who they call a hero.
Salvation Army in need of supplies
A local non-profit that keeps the shelves stocked for those in need - is in need of a little help of its own.
Local Red Cross volunteer celebrates milestone
She's lent a helping hand to the local chapter of the Red Cross for more than 40 years - and today, Margaret Shirk celebrated another milestone - her 90th birthday.
Kidcast for August 20th, 2007
A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.
KU volleyball season kicks off this Friday
The 2007 volleyball season begins this Friday for the Kansas Jayhawks. This coming weekend, KU hits the road for a tournament at the University of Oregon.
Piper Pirates anxiously await new football season
The Piper Pirates football team is entering into year two under head coach Tom Radke.
Videocast for August 20
South Junior High's new building
Eighth-grader Dallas Conway getting ready to go into the new school building.
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