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Who is leading the City Commission race - in funding?
Just more than a week from local elections, and new details tonight about who's leading the race in funding. The numbers were revealed today as a deadline passes for Lawrence City Commission candidates to report campaign contributions.
Published on February 19, 2007
Kansas universities are in the midst of a serious crisis
With universities across the state in need of major repairs, Deferred Maintenance is on the top of many lawmakers minds.
City looks for new ways to use two old fire stations
Staff recommends the station near 19th and Massachusetts and the station at Lawrence Ave. and Stone Barn Terr. remain city property.
Repairs to Kansas River bridge near Lecompton set to begin next month
But railroad crews concerned about potential damage to signal lines near the tracks won't be able to remove them until April!
Meet the most popular student at Tonganoxie Middle School
This student is so well-liked, he's helping boost attendance at the school. And there's something special about this student that truly makes him the teacher's pet!
Girls Scout cookies soon to arrive on your doorstep
Girl Scout cookies arrive in Lawrence today, and local troops are getting ready to make the big deliveries.
Democrats debate next congressional move
Since the Democrats failed, in a rare Saturday Senate session, to get enough votes to pass a rebuke of the President's war-plans, a new strategy may be in order.
Kidcast for February 19th, 2007
A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.
KU continues streak over K-State
In the history of Bramlage Coliseum, K-State has never tasted victory over the Jayhawks, and tonight was no different, as KU took home the tough victory, 71-62.
KU baseball continues to battle against mother nature
For at least the third time this season, the Jayhawks had to postpone their season opener due to wet conditions from melting snow.
Lady Bobcats thinking state tournament for first time in many years
After a big victory over Santa Fe Trail, the Basehor-Lindwood Lady Bobcats have their eyes set on making the state tournament for the first time in many years.
Basehor boys roll over Santa Fe Trail, 68-38
The Bobcats came out on fire against Santa Fe Trail, routing the team 68-38.
Eudora Lady Cardinals fall to Lousiburg
The Eudora Lady Cardinals failed to get anything going on the court tonight, as they lose to Louisburg, 49-39.
Audio slideshow of Lawrence police officers explaining how taped interrogations have changed their jobs.
Videocast for February 19
Sam Fields discusses why he's running for the city commission.
Rob Chestnut explains why he is running for city commission.
Mike Dever announces his candidacy for the city commission race.
Michael Limburg talks about his candidacy for city commission.
James Bush talks about his candidacy for city commission.
Jake Davis describes his reasons for running for city commission.
Carey Maynard-Moody announces her candidacy for city commission.
Dennis 'Boog' Highberger's announcement that he is seeking reelection to the city commission.
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Grilled pineapple, peppers and provolone chicken sandwich
· With one side. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Fish Fry Friday! Catfish dinner
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