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Visions for Lawrence's future developments go from words to images
A week-long planning workshop to decide the best way to shape up several Lawrence neighborhoods wraps up tomorrow with a presentation to City Commissioners, based on what they've heard from Lawrence residents.
Published on February 5, 2007
Attorneys begin narrowing down potential jurors in 'Boardwalk Fire' case
Jason Rose, 21, is charged with setting the fire in October, 2005, that killed three people and injured at least 20 others.
Candidates for local school and city races get face-to-face with voters
At a voter education forum, each candidate had two minutes to speak their mind, then got to meet the public.
A KU professor is in the running to become head of the Cherokee Nation
Last month, law professor Stacy Leeds announced her candidacy for Principal Chief of the 260,000-member nation which is based in Oklahoma.
A Eudora School Administrator makes it to the head of his class
Superintendent Marty Kobza is one of eight educators around the country chosen as a technology advisor to the National School Boards Association.
Neighborhood complaints about Lawrence Community Shelter are down this year
City leaders credit a new policy in effect since September for the improvements in the Lawrence Community Shelter.
Senator Pat Roberts visits Topeka today to rally for research facility
Kansas is on the short list of states in the running for a 450 million dollar bio-security research facility. Senator Pat Roberts was in Topeka today to rally for the facility.
The 'Grim Reaper' visits one local high school
Dozens of students at Lawrence High School were 'killed off' today to teach students a sobering lesson about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Kidcast for February 5th, 2007
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Alan Mulally to serve as Grand Marshal for the Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade
Alan Mulally, leader of one of the world's largest auto manufacturers, is coming to Lawrence next month to join his mother in leading a parade.
KU still reeling from loss to Texas A&M
Two days later, and it still stings. This afternoon, head coach Bill Self shared that sentiment at his first press conference since KU's 69-66 loss to Texas A&M last Saturday.
Despite the cold weather, the KU softball team has been hot on the diamond
After five games in Hawaii, Ritch Price's Kansas Baseball team is 5-0. this coming weekend, Tracy Bunge's Kansas softball team will try to equal that solid start.
Lady Cardinals can't hold off Ottawa
On the prep hardwood tonight, the Eudora Lady Cardinals faced off against the Ottawa Cyclones. The Cardinals we outplayed by Ottawa, losing, 56-32.
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