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Lawrence students pay the price for snow-filled days off of school
After a lengthy and heated discussion, school board members decide tonight it's only going to cost them a minute here and there.
Published on February 26, 2007
Local officials prepare for Primary Election Day
Polls open at 7 a.m. and County Clerk Jamie Shew says many voters still have questions about what to expect.
Burglar leaves local dollar store a little worse for the wear
Police believe a suspect who broke into Family Dollar over the weekend may have been injured while committing the crime.
Central Junior High School students get unexpected break from school today
Everyone had to be evacuated around lunch time because of a fire in the women's restroom at Central Junior High School.
Investigating child abuse to get a bit easier
S.R.S investigates hundreds of cases of child abuse in Douglas County every year. Now plans are in the works to make those investigations much easier.
Mass. Street Deli closed after 34 years in business
'The Owner's Special,' All-American Salad, and deli cheesecake are all things of the past in downtown Lawrence now that Mass. Street Deli has closed its doors.
Kidcast for February 26, 2007
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LMH to expand to Eudora?
Tonight, the Eudora City Council voted to rezone 24 acres of land owned by LMH for commercial use.
County commissioners give their blessing to management shift in Eudora
Douglas County leaders give their blessing to shifting management of Eudora's Emergency Medical Services to the city's fire department.
County leaders take steps to help Eudora spruce up downtown district
Eudora and county officials will take part in an agreement to create a tax rebate program to encourage business and residential property owners to improve their properties.
KU barely tops Oklahoma in tough conference play
The Jayhawks had a hard time with Oklahoma Monday night, but was able to come away with the road victory over the Sooners, 67-65.
Piper Pirates roll over De Soto
In the 4A Sub-State Basketball Tournament, the Piper Pirates had little problem disposing of the De Soto Wildcats, 66-38.
Basehor-Linwood tops St. James in blowout victory
The Basehor-Linwood Bobcats dismantled the St. James Thunder during the 4A Sub-State Basketball Tournament, 71-39.
Baldwin Bulldogs win tough battle against Tonganoxie
The season is over for the Tonganoxie Chieftains, as they lost to the Baldwin Bulldogs, 70-62 at the 4A Sub-State Tournament.
LHS bowler ready to roll all the way to state
Tiffany Demaline, Lawrence High's 2005 Bowling State Champion, has her eyes fixed on this year's state tourney.
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