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Upset not likely in city commission race
The candidates may interpret local primary election results as a vote for change, but according to one local expert, that's Lawrence politics as usual.
Published on February 28, 2007
3 teens arrested for vandalism; police search for 2 more
A group went on a rampage last night shooting out windows of cars all over town with a BB gun, causing thousands of dollars of damage.
Two city employees receive new titles
Two Lawrence city employees receive new titles today - Dave Wagner and Toni Ramirez Wheeler.
Lawmaker proposes speeders pay extra on Turnpike
Lead-foot motorists letting it loose on the Kansas Turnpike better be on the lookout. if one lawmaker has his way, how fast you drive on the Turnpike will determine how much you pay on the toll.
Road between Tonganoxie, Basehor could receive repairs
Improvements could be in store for a stretch of Highway 24-40 from Tonganoxie to Basehor.
Jewish Mardi Gras to start this weekend
What's called the Jewish Mardi Gras kicks off this weekend as the celebration Purim is one of joy.
Environmentalists, manufacturers push energy efficient bulbs
Changing a light bulb is taking on a new meaning as a new campaign by environmentalist and major manufacturers urges consumers to replace common incandescent bulbs with energy efficient ones.
KSU athletic department responds to complaint
The K-State athletic department is responding to a complaint over the mistreatment of live chickens at the recent KU/K-State basketball game.
Ugly win needed for No. 3 Jayhawks
Truth be told, the Kansas men's basketball team needed a game like Monday's. 48 hours ago, the Jayhawks scraped, scrapped, and struggled at Oklahoma, but they won.
Lions down Cougars for second time this year
On the prep hardwood, the 6A boys opened sub-state play tonight and the top seeded Lawrence Lions hosted Olathe Northwest tonight in the Jungle.
Free State upsets No. 3 SM Northwest to advance
The Firebird guys took their sixth seed to Shawnee Mission tonight as Free State looked for the upset against the Northwest Cougars.
Lady Firebirds ready for sub-state opener
For the Lady Firebirds, their journey back to the state tournament starts tomorrow night and Bryan Duncan's squad takes the number two seed into this weekend's sub-state.
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