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Primary election set for city commission race
The races are now set, and there will be a primary election next month in Lawrence as well as in two southern Leavenworth County towns.
Published on January 23, 2007
Two more candidates join city commission race
Two final candidates join the race today for Lawrence City Commission.
School board veteran rejoins race
There was no rush for the counter at the Douglas County Courthouse today, but one school board veteran did wait until almost the last minute to file.
Eudora city council candidates triple
Today brought a turnaround for the Eudora city council race as the number of candidates triples.
Tonganoxie's April ballot features city council, major's races
Tonight in Tonganoxie the April ballot is now set for the city council and mayor's races.
Southern Leavenworth towns report primaries
A couple of primaries to report in a few other area towns: Basehor-Linwood and Piper.
Conceal carry law shifts focus on home safety
As more Kansans take advantage of the state's new conceal carry law, local leaders are working to promote gun safety in the home.
Downtown Lawrence issues focus on lack of people
Leaders for downtown Lawrence say the biggest issue on Massachusetts Street is getting more feet on the ground.
Planning process will help commission's projects
Pushing a project through the planning process could soon get easier.
KU opens new life sciences building
KU officially opens its new $57 million dollar research building in Kansas City, Kan.
University leader finalist for Alabama-Huntsville job
A KU leader is one of two finalists to become president of the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Bush gives first address to democratic dominated congress
It was a first tonight for President Bush as he gives his sixth state of the Union address as it was his first before a democratically controlled congress.
Local farmers may benefit from Bush's new goals
One of the main points in President Bush's state of the union address tonight will better fuel economy and local farmers may see some off-road benefits.
Lions wins wrestling dual
Forget football, basketball, baseball or soccer. There's only one form of the city showdown where the Lions and Firebirds get to settle their differences one on one.
Lady Chieftains 12-0 after beating Bobcats 42-32
It was also rivalry night in Tonganoxie as the undefeated Chieftains put their 11-0 record on the line, hosting the Basehor-Linewood Bobcats.
Tongie falls to rival Basehor-Linwood 51-33
Tonganoxie versus Basehor-Linewood and both teams came in with winning records, different from last year's match-up that featured a battle of two winless squads in the last week of the season.
Transfer Murdoch adding inside presence for Lady Indians
Over at Haskell Indian Nations University, the women's basketball team sits at 9-10 on the season. However, the tide might be turning over in east Lawrence thanks to a new transfer player for the Fightin' Indians.
Arthur expecting rough welcome against Baylor
When the Kansas men's basketball team takes the floor at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas, don't expect any standing ovations.
Freshman prepares for first sunflower showdown with dunk
The KU women will be in Manhattan Wednesday night for sunflower showdown No. 1 of the season.
Videocast for January 23
6News weather forecast for Tuesday, January 23
6News meteorologist Jennifer Schack brings us today's forecast as well as predictions for the rest of the week.
An audio slideshow featuring some competitive dancers from the 'Dance Gallery.'
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