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Published on June 21, 2009
Dad ‘touched’ by son’s No. 1 essay
One Lawrence youth expressed his feelings for his dad with a special Father's Day essay.
Building a safer road
Construction along Highway 59 could help decrease accidents.
Musicians provide train station tunes
A half-hour layover at the Lawrence Santa Fe depot was made a little more exciting by live music Friday night.
Wind power pays for Kansas small towns
Rural Kansas towns stand to become some of the biggest benefactors of the booming wind industry.
Mark's on the Move: Farm lets visitors pick fruits
A Vinland farm is stocked with fruit ripe for the picking.
KU product Woodland struggles Sunday at Open
After putting up a fight for two rounds, Gary Woodland sagged back into the U.S. Open pack Sunday.
T-Bones snap losing streak
It's been a struggle as of late for the defending champs, but Kansas City came back big against the Fargo-Moorhead Red Hawks.
TowerCam afternoon weather update for June 21
The view from the 6News TowerCam.
Morning weather for Sunday, June 21, 2009
A view from 6News towercam.
Lawrence City Band Rehearsal and Concert
The Lawrence City Band rehearses for one hour every Wednesday night during the summer, then performs in South Park with themed music.
U.S. 59's path
Jason Van Nice, KDOT construction manager, describes the wide path being carved for construction of a new U.S. Highway 59 south of Lawrence.
Creating the materials
Jason Van Nice, KDOT construction manager, describes a site where contractors from Ames Construction are gathering rock for crushing, then redistribution elsewhere on the U.S. 59 construction project.
Jason Van Nice, KDOT construction manager, describes ongoing work at Baldwin Junction, where a new interchange will be built as part of the new U.S. 59.