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Family asking for letters to change law
The power of words helps deliver justice for the family and friends of a Tonganoxie woman who died in a Valentine's Day car accident.
Published on September 4, 2007
Burroughs Creek Trail moving forward
City commissioners advanced plans to build the Burroughs Creek Trail through east Lawrence at their weekly meeting.
Baker student still in critical condition
A 20-year-old Baker University student injured Sunday in a rollover accident is in critical condition tonight in a Kansas City hospital's care unit.
Chancellor teaches 14 students from the Outlook
KU's top administrator moved to the head of the class. One class in particular that he teaches each Thursday at his residence, the Outlook.
Smooth sailing for Kansas Riverkeeper
Laura Calwell and a team of volunteers floated into Riverfront Park, completing a two-day canoe trip that began in Topeka.
Pooch Plunge hits aquatic center
Swimmers in downtown Lawrence this afternoon didn't need to worry about wearing bathing suits, putting on sunscreen, or even staying on a leash.
KU volleyball returned home
Ray Bechard's squad played its first contest in Lawrence against its rival from just across the border.
Mangino happy with RBs
Conventional wisdom says two heads are better than one.
New offensive strategy works for KU
No huddle, get to the line of scrimmage, take your time, check the defense, get a signal from the sideline, then snap the ball.
Chieftains volleyball looking to state
The Tonganoxie Chieftains are more than deserving of a shot at the state tournament. In fact, for six years, they've been one match away.
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