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Earlier "spring forward" date will create computer glitches
On March 11 when our country "springs forward," we will lose an hour of sleep, but it's our computers that will have the most trouble adjusting.
Published on February 25, 2007
Unattended candle blamed for house fire
Fire crews respond to a fire this morning from an unattended candle that damaged a home about three miles east of Lawrence.
Group seeks better health care through design
A group of KU faculty and students are working to better health care and they are not in the medical school.
Neighbors ask LMH to save decades-old trees
Pinckney neighbors are asking the hospital to save the lives of mother nature.
Eudora student wins Douglas County spelling bee
Ablution - that was the winning word in this year's Douglas County Spelling Bee.
St. Patty's Day fundraisers start with trivia night
Well it's that time of year again - the St. Patrick's Day fundraising events as candidates tested their knowledge with trivia night.
Are baby boomers ready for retirement?
There are 80 million baby boomers poised to reach retirement age during the next twenty years and the question is, "are they ready?"
KU men roll past Cyclones without injured Robinson
He may not dominate the stat sheet, but many people call KU's Russell Robinson the glue that holds the team together.
City bowling teams qualify for state
The Lawrence High girls and the Free State boys qualified fro the state bowling tournament next week at Royal Crest Lanes.
Audio slideshow featuring KU industrial design professor Tom Huang and his award-winning furniture and sculptures.
River City Weekly: Kathy Jardon, Part 3
River City Weekly: Kathy Jardon, Part 2
River City Weekly: Kathy Jardon, Part 1
Audio slideshow featuring the Kansas Wheelhawks.
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