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Dole Institute houses World Trade Center memorial
The September 11 attacks happened thousands of miles away, yet two important remnants of that day rest here in Lawrence.
Published on September 10, 2007
Commuinity Commission on Homelessness seeking agency
The Community Commission on Homelessness asked a local agency to step forward and become this clearinghouse.
School board approves teacher contract
Another step down, one more to go before teacher contracts are officials.
"Real Men of Genius" visit KU
Two of the beer industry's "real men of genius" were in town speaking to a KU class about marketing, and they say they're consuming more knowledge than they're serving up.
State, local law enforcement working to curb alcohol violations
State and local law enforcement officials teamed up in an effort to curb alcohol violations in Lawrence bars, restaurants and liquor stores.
County, FHS to partner on SLT
Douglas County leaders finalized a formal agreement to partner with the Federal Highway Administration on completing the eastern leg of the South Lawrence Trafficway.
KU defense was fantastic
This week, it's time to give thanks to the Jayhawk defense.
The Jayhawk junior from DeSoto, Texas returned three kickoffs for 149 yards against Southeastern Louisiana.
KU soccer struggles
After a run of three NCAA tournament appearances in four years, the Kansas soccer team has been on the outside looking in for the past two seasons.
Talib shows versatility
All-American cornerback Aqib Talib is usually known for his big plays on defense.
Videocast for September 10
Three Questions with ... LHS senior Nick Birney
LHS senior Nick Birney talks about the six weeks he spent in Egypt this summer learning Arabic.
The Art of Baker
Walt Bailey gives a tour of some of Baker University's artwork.
Ivan Hollins interception return
The Chops' Ivan Hollins returns an interception 103 yards during a game against the Gorillas on Sunday at Youth Sports Inc.
Twisters make a goal-line stop
The fourth-grade Twisters make a stop in overtime to secure a 13-7 victory over the Hurricanes on Sunday at Youth Sports Inc.
Joe Sutcliffe talks about shoing his ceramics at the Fall Arts & Crafts Festival
Joe Sutcliffe, Topeka, talks about showing his tribal-inspired ceramic masks at the 2007 Fall Arts & Crafts Festival Sunday at South Park. He's also talking about the fair and the arts community.
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