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Tonganoxie soldier returns from Iraq
The VFW post in Tonganoxie was the site for a local soldier's homecoming -- one that was heartfelt and sincere.
Published on April 25, 2008
Lawrence teens learn effects of alcohol
The DA is on a mission: to warn kids about the risks of alcohol before they get behind the wheel.
Breakfast honors leadership program graduates
Community leaders gathered today to celebrate new beginnings and recognize longtime accomplishments.
KU dedicates new multicultural center
More than 100 people filled the new Sabatini Multicultural Resource center on the KU campus for a dedication ceremony today.
Tornado damages homes near Beloit
A tornado left people near Beloit in Mitchell County cleaning up today.
Hail hits Kansas town
A community is recovering after a hail storm leaves behind destruction.
LHS students race lawnmowers
The final project for 15 Lawrence High students involves horsepower and revved engines. The school is celebrating technical education with an open house throughout the school day.
Kenya aid worker speaks in Lawrence
Political unrest and violence in Kenya made a bad situation worse for the people of that African nation. Now the director of Kenya Operations for Comfort the Children International is making appearances in Lawrence.
Cowboys roll past Hawks
It's never fun to play a team on a roll, but that's just what the Kansas baseball team had to do tonight.
Lions sweep Leavenworth
The Lawrence High baseball team finally placed a home game at Ice Field. This evening, the Chesty Lions hosted a doubleheader with the Leavenworth Pioneers.
Draft declaration means hard work for Mario
On Wednesday, Mario Chalmers made it official. He will test the waters of the NBA Draft.
Multiple Jayhawks await NFL draft
Several Jayhawks will be glued to their television sets this weekend for the NFL Draft.
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