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Haskell welcomes new leader
Six months after arriving on campus, Linda Warner, a member of the Comanchee Nation, was inaugurated as Haskell Indian Nations University's fifth president.
Published on October 19, 2007
Mount Oread may get new hotel
Mount Oread is one step closer to having a new landmark. The city planning staff recommends approval of a seven-story hotel near the corner of 12th and Indiana streets.
Autumn leaves still green
While calendars might say that fall is here, a look outside at the trees might make you think twice.
Attack suspect's parents seek bond reduction
Parents of a KU student accused of brutally attacking his ex-girlfriend seek a significant reduction in their son's bond.
Brownback leaves race for White House
Today Sen. Sam Brownback ended his candidacy for the 2008 Republican nomination for president.
Fireworks kick off Maple Leaf festival
The 50th annual Maple Leaf festival kicked off with fireworks tonight in Baldwin City.
Firebirds trump Lions, 27-0
The Free State Firebirds crushed the Lawrence High Lions in tonight's annual city showdown football game.
Eudora hammers Desoto, 55-14
The Eudora Cardinals faced DeSoto tonight in an attempt to win their district.
Redmen take Chieftains, 42-20
The Tonganoxie Chieftains fall to the Atchison Redmen.
Cyclones fall to Bobcats, 16-35
The Basehor-Linwood Bobcats beat the Bishop Ward Cyclones tonight.
Pirates fail to steal St. James' thunder
The Piper Pirates lost to the St. James Thunder tonight, 20-23.
Jayhawks face Buffaloes on Saturday
The Jayhawks enter tomorrow's football game in Boulder, CO with a 6-0 record.
Videocast for October 19
Defense attorney Carl Cornwell
Defense attorney Carl Cornwell discusses Matt Jaeger's bond reduction hearing today.
Bulldogs vs. Cougars
The Southwest Bulldogs took on the South Cougars on Thursday at Lawrence High for the right to called freshman city champions.