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School board debates new sports facilities
The fate of new high school athletic facilities rests in the hands of school board members. The outdoor facilities report will be the topic of discussion tomorrow night and the district had concerns over the current conditions.
Published on October 21, 2007
Annual Halloween paint-in draws kids, businesses
More than three dozen kids of all ages painted scary scenes of ghosts, goblins and ghouls. Thirty downtown business donated their storefront windows for the frightful festivities.
Brick street project to cost $1 million
Tomorrow night, Lawrence city officials will present information about a project to unearth the street on the 600 and 700 blocks of Ohio Street.
Baby boomers becoming bikers
An increasing number of middle-aged Americans are buying the motorcycles they have dreamed of. But for some the outcome is anything but a happy ending.
Festival festivities celebrate nature
The 50th annual Maple Leaf festival kicked off Friday night with fireworks and continued through the weekend with food, crafts and fun.
Baby boomers hit retirement
This week was a historic one as the country's first baby boomer aged into Social Security.
Undefeated Jayhawks rank 9th in BCS
Jayhawks fall in at number nine in the Bowl Championship Series standings after winning in Colorado.
Firebirds take Lions in sub-state volleyball
Free State and Lawrence High met in this weekend's Sub-State Tournament.
Haskell beats Sagu in first win of season
The Haskell Indians edged past the Sagu Lions in this weekend's football game, 26-24.
NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet
Jeremy Bell and Sara Mine were recognized Saturday night at the Lawrence-Douglas County NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.
Three Questions with ... Jim Rumsey
Jim Rumsey helped organize this year's Halloween Paint-In. Now in his 30th year of involvement, Rumsey discusses the event and explains why it has grown in recent years.
Maple Leaf Festival
Reporter Erin Castaneda catches up with several attendees of the Maple Leaf Festival in downtown Baldwin City.