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Future of WRAP program rests in hands of school board
The future of a program that puts mental health care workers into local schools now rests on the Lawrence school board.
Published on July 25, 2007
Commissioners advance proposal to raise pool fees
Lawrence city commissioners advance a proposal to raise pool entrance fees to three and four dollars.
Man injured in Cat Tracker accident sues owner
A man who suffered brain injuries when his head struck an overpass near 15th and Iowa while he was standing on the roof of a K-State football fan bus, sues the vehicle's owners.
Suspect who fled to Tonganoxie now in custody
A man spotted in Tonganoxie in May after allegedly attacking a Topeka woman in her home is now in custody.
Speed limit increased to 60 mph on Hwy. 56
Speed limits are going up on a busy highway that runs through southern Douglas County.
County commissioners take first look at development plan
Douglas County commissioners at their first look at a new development plan for southeast Lawrence.
Sunflower Broadband offering free cable boxes
Technological changes, federal regulations and an approaching deadline are leading to a free offer for customers of Sunflower Broadband.
City welcomes visitors from sister city
City officials welcome visitors from Lawrence's sister city - Hiratsuka, Japan, this afternoon.
Traveling band makes stop, performs in Lawrence
They're a band but better. Members of the Colts Bugle and Drum Corps travel with their own entourage, cooks, multi-bus caravan and train 16 hours a day.
Lawrence Raiders ready for state tourney
After a 2-5 start to the season a fifth straight state title seemed unlikely for the Lawrence Raiders, but heading into post-season play, Shaun Edmondson's squad is feeling confident.
KSU's Freeman: freshman mistakes 'won't fly' this year
Big 12 media day wrapping up in San Antonio today, this afternoon Texas, Oklahoma State, Colorado and the Jayhawks' Sunflower rival Kansas State met the media.
Videocast for July 25
3 questions with John Bridson, executive director of the Lawrence Energy Center.
John Bridson, executive director of the Lawrence Energy Center, discusses what the Plant of the Year award. means to him, and the 120 employees at the plant.
Mark Robbins discusses Kansas birds in decline
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