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Videos for July 1, 2007

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KU set to teach Finance '101'

American universities lose more students to debt than academic failure - this Fall - KU takes a stand.

Published on July 1, 2007

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The kick off to July 4th starts today

Last month, Douglas County Commissioners approved changes to county zoning regulations extending fireworks sales one extra day.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Morgan Quitno Press to be sold

A company that's brought international attention to Lawrence is being sold to a powerhouse in the nation's capital.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Denise Low officially takes Poet Laureate post

A way with words - and a commitment to Kansas poets - wins one Lawrence writer one of the greatest arts honors in the state.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Area competitors head to Lawrence for Horse Show

There was no horsing around this weekend as competitors from around the area strapped on their boots and participated in the Fourth Annual Kansas Summer Classic Horse Show.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Several area families attend Safety Day

Families and safety go together like ice cream and hot fudge - and that is exactly what area families got this weekend at Safety Day.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Flooding causes a state of emergency in SE Kansas

Rains turn much of Southeast Kansas into a water-park - but for residents, the last 24 hours have been anything but fun.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Competition - not just for the young!

Athletes from all over the state will gather in Topeka in a couple of weeks to compete in over 40 competitive events. Tonight, Boomergirl.com editor Cathy Hamilton introduces us to a woman who proves that competition isn't exclusively for the young.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Rainy conditions put a damper on city golf championships

Saturday's action at Eagle Bend was called off due to rainy weather, meaning the championship today at Alvamar would be decided by only 18 holes.

Published on July 1, 2007

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KU's Arthur survives final cut for Team USA Under-19

Kansas sophomore Darrell Arthur will need to get a passport as he has been selected to play for the Team USA Under-19 Squad.

Published on July 1, 2007

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Summer lovin'

Watch video of people talking about their favorite part of summer.

Published on July 1, 2007