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Videos for August 26, 2007

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Local men and women return from Iraq

After months in Iraq, local men and women returned home and reunited with their families.

Published on August 26, 2007

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Third Annual Burcham Park Music for the Masses

Six months of planning came together for a special cause at the Third Annual Burcham Park Music for the Masses concert.

Published on August 26, 2007

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Tonganoxie residents rally to help neighbor

The city of Tonganoxie rallied together to help a neighbor pay her medical expenses.

Published on August 26, 2007

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KU starts Women Philanthropists group

KU started a new group of women connected through the University and public service.

Published on August 26, 2007

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Citizen Journalism Academy applicatons available

Lawrence area residents have a unique opportunity to make headlines this fall.

Published on August 26, 2007

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State fiddling and picking championships

If you heard music on Massachusetts Street this weekend, it was the sound of a Lawrence tradition more than 27 years in the making: the state fiddling and picking championships. The competition sounds nice, but it's serious business; there's no fiddling around when there are bragging rights up for grabs.

Published on August 26, 2007

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Local police volunteer as football coaches

By day they patrol the streets, but once the school bell rings, you'll find a number of Lawrence police officers on the football field instead.

Published on August 26, 2007

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KU releases depth chart

Today, head coach Mark Mangino release his final depth chart before the Kansas Football team opens the 2007 season, on the two deep, only a few surprises.

Published on August 26, 2007

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School bond issue improvements

An audio slideshow review of all the major improvements completed from the $54 million school bond issue -- mainly at Lawrence High School, Free State High School and Central, West and Southwest junior high schools.

Published on August 26, 2007

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New wetlands 'rest stop'

Eagle scout candidate Alex Coffey from Baldwin built a pergola with benches in the center of the Haskell-Baker Wetlands for visitor use. On Saturday afternoon, he and Roger Boyd, troop 65 leader and senior professor of biology at Baker University, removed braces and made finishing touches to the benches.

Published on August 26, 2007