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Published on February 8, 2009
Hawks cruise past OSU, 78-67
The Jayhawks remained undefeated after their bout with Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Spelling bee champ repeats
Elementary and junior high school students from across the county put their spelling skills to the test Saturday afternoon.
Former institute director speaks about Lincoln
The Dole Institute of Politics has begun celebrating the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birthday.
New group eyes Farmland Industries property
The city may have a new competitor in its efforts to purchase the vacant Farmland Industries plant.
Fire severely damages home
Emergency crews were sent to a two-story home early Sunday morning in the 1100 block of E. 1300 Road.
Haskell beats York College by 31 points
The Haskell men played host to York College over the weekend.
Haskell women improve to 12-7
The Haskell women defeated York College, 59-37.
Center’s funding, donations shrinking as demand rises
Funding for The Leo Center is down at a time when the center's services are in need.
Downtown gift shop could be replaced by Noodles & Company
A longtime downtown card and gift shop may be on its way out to make room for a new national restaurant chain.
School board looks to trim programs
The Lawrence School Board will hear plans to cut the secondary program at the Lawrence Virtual School.
Michel Loomis: Sunflower Bank Teacher of the Month
One of the founders of the Central Junior High Fun Run is the Sunflower Bank Teacher of the Month.
Overland Park to give advice for city bus system
Transit professionals are rolling into town this week looking for ways to coordinate KU on Wheels and the city's bus service.
KU women can't top Tigers
The Kansas women faced off against the Missouri Tigers for the second time this season.
Nobody injured in early-morning house fire
Fire crews respond to a house fire early Sunday morning. The cause of the fire is still being investigated. The family of three made it out of the residence unharmed.
Tonganoxie Squirrel Scramble
Area hunters gathered around Tonganoxie for the third annual Squirrel Scramble.
Pok Chi Lau, a Kansas University professor and photographer, talks about his new book, "Flow, China," a 40-year retrospective of his photos from the country.
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