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Psychologists say this week is worst 7-day stretch of the year for depression
If you're feeling blue, you are not alone. A British psychologist says he's mathematically determined the last week of January is particularly depressing - and today is right in the middle.
Published on January 24, 2007
Kansas anti-smoking bill undergoes some changes
The Senate Judiciary Committee started rewriting the non-smoking measure, calling for fewer public places to be affected by the ban.
Wichita lawmaker pushing for vaccination for young girls in Kansas
In hopes of preventing a sexually transmitted disease that causes cancer, one Wichita lawmaker is calling all young girls living in Kansas to receive a vaccination.
28-year old joins the race for a seat on the city commission
Jake Davis is a singer-songwriter who has lived in Lawrence since 1996. He is hoping to represent the younger adults in Lawrence and get a few things changed for the better.
City officials site tax increases as a way to create more affordable housing
Members of Lawrence' Affordable Housing Task Force propose raising the mortgage registration tax in hopes of creating more affordable housing.
Lawrence city manager 'survives' his first formal evaluation
City Commissioners gave city manager David Corliss glowing reviews as part of his annual performance review.
Local high school students kick off their film careers
Typically, music is added to a film to create suspense or convey moods, but in this case, it was the other way around!
Mini-comics all the rage
Artists gathered at the local comic shop 'Astrokitty' to show off their mini- comics to fans at 'Mini-Comic-Palooza 2007.'
KU tops Baylor in bounce-back victory
This Texas road game went much better than the last. Brandon Rush and Julian Wright led the way to a KU trouncing of BU, 82-56.
KU women lose in tight battle with rival K-State
A Jayhawk fan wants nothing much more than to beat K-State every now and again, but the Jayhawks women's team couldn't outlast the 'Cats, falling 59-55.
Tonganoxie High enjoys new wrestling room
In a year in which more students are on the wrestling team than ever before, a new wrestling room couldn't have come at a better time for Tonganoxie High.
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