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LHS grads reflect on high school years
There was plenty of pomp and circumstance this afternoon as hundreds of seniors became graduates as Lawrence High students graduated first this afternoon.
Published on May 27, 2007
Free State grads reminisce in memories
Close to just one hour after the Lawrence High ceremony wrapped up, Free State High seniors took their turn at 4 p.m.
cholarship helps Free State Latino graduate
Well college is the next step for many of today's graduates and the Latino Community Coalition of Douglas County is helping one now former Free State graduate get there with a little financial support.
Residents appreciate city's clean-up efforts at cemetery
This weekend marks the third anniversary of the city taking over a local resting place with a history of neglect.
Local scouts honor fallen soldiers
Despite the showers on Saturday, young scouts took time to honor fallen soldiers.
Pool openings brings health warnings
School is closed and that means the pool is open but swimmers may not be the only thing wadding in the waters at area pools.
Older brother says Rush tore his ACL
He may not be his brother's keeper, but he's sure sounding like his brother's speaker.
Lady Cardinals fall in championship game
Yesterday two of our area softball teams were playing for a birth into the state title game and one team that did advance to the championship contest was the Eudora Lady Cardinals in Class 4A.
Free State softball takes 4th place at state
Also playing in a state semifinal game Saturday morning was the Free State softball team.
Heavy rains postpone state baseball tourney
On the prep baseball diamond, a champion has yet to be crowned in Class 6A as heavy rains in Wichita postponed games until Monday.
LHS lady's 4x400, 4x800 teams take second at state
Just a few miles down the road in Wichita yesterday were the finals of the state track and field meet, but unfortunately no city schools took home a gold medal in running events.