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WRAP program surrounded by funding questions
A local program that puts 21 mental health counselors in area high schools, junior highs, and elementary schools is surrounded by funding questions.
Published on June 4, 2007
Lawrence schools prepare for administration change
Lawrence school officials are preparing for a major administration overhaul beginning July 1st.
County leaders look into consolidating two departments
Douglas County Commissioners want to relocate the public works department to one site on county-owned land near the Douglas County Jail.
'Star Signs' showing growth under new management
After falling into bankruptcy, a Lawrence business is under new ownership and showing signs of growth.
Heavy rainfall slows construction on Eudora pool
Rains and frost slowed construction of the Eudora pool, pushing back the opening from July 1st to July 4th.
Federal assistance on the way to Douglas County to fix flood damage
Local emergency management officials report more than $300,000 in flood damage from storms that hit the county in early May.
Political leaders of tomorrow take over KU's campus
350 delegates of Sunflower Girls State are busy this week setting up their own city, county, and state government offices.
Packs of cubs invade Lawrence this week - Cub Scouts, that is
The annual Cub Scout Day Camp began today at the Douglas County Fairgrounds - and the scouts are ready to go.
Kansas being sued by CO2 emission regulators
Kansas has CO2 emissions of nearly 80 million metro-tons, or more than 29 metro-tons per person.
Kidcast for June 4th, 2007
A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.
Two Jayhawk hoopsters invited to Team USA tryouts
Jayhawk guards Mario Chalmers and Sharron Collins have been invited to tryout for Team USA's Pan American squad.
T-Bones off to slow start
Just on the other side of the river, the Kansas City T-Bones share the Royals' pain ... and currently sit in last place in their division.
City Commissioners look ahead to next year's spending plans
A revenue shortfall in this year's budget has Lawrence City Commissioners looking ahead to next year. Lawrence's public transit system is one of several agencies in city government that will need more funding.
Three questions with Bob Terry, the new president and owner of Star Signs
Bob Terry discusses why he bought the company, how different it is from his previous work, and how much he enjoys the commute.
Videocast for June 4
Happy (boot) campers
Trainer Becky Basore talks about her No Boundaries Women's Boot Camp
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