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Serious troublemakers at school could face more than suspension or expulsion
Starting next year, students who get in trouble at school for serious violations could face further punishment. New legislation makes it more likely that students will lose their license, too.
Published on July 3, 2007
Firework spectators should prepare for a long walk
For the last 10 years, a bus shuttle has run from the city parking garage to the park - this year it's no more. The company previously in charge of the service went out of business on Friday.
Local fireworks vendor calls it quits after 60 years
This year's 4th of July marks the end of a tradition for a local family that's been in the fireworks business for 60 years.
City leaders move forward with plans to bid on vacant farmland
At their weekly meeting tonight, City Commissioners authorized the city manager to prepare and submit a bid on the 467-acre property East of Lawrence.
Downtown construction to continue during holiday
Many have the day off tomorrow - but construction crews in downtown Lawrence don't plan on taking the holiday off.
Work to repave parts of Iowa Street begins this week
Drivers can expect temporary lane closures as crews mill and overlay Iowa Street from 6th Street to Irving Hill Road.
Osawatomie residents wonder what to do next
People flooded out of their homes in Osawatomie have plenty of donated clothing and bottled water. What they need now is a way to clean up their homes when they are finally allowed to return.
Fort Riley soldier unable to visit wife
A Fort Riley soldier planning a reunion with his wife has his hopes dashed after airport security prevents her from traveling to Kansas.
Raiders easily sweep Eudora
The Lawrence Raiders had no problem sweeping Eudora, winning the first game 9-0 and the second 12-2.
Arthur enjoying time with Team USA
Next summer he'll likely be an NBA lottery pick, this summer, however, Darrell Arthur is trying to be part of a gold medal team from the U.S.A.
Reed and Aldrich to play on US All-American Squad
Incoming KU freshmen Tyrel Reed and Cole Aldrich will be a part of this week's Global Games. Both 'Hawks will play on the US All-American Squad.
Former KU guard Vaughn re-signs with San Antonio
The San Antonio Spurs have reached a new contract with free agent Jacque Vaughn. The new 2-year deal is reportedly worth about 2.5 million dollars.
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