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Evening weather forecast for September 17, 2009

The evening will be dry and cool as the temperatures make their way into the high 50s. The sky will be dotted with clouds overnight but should begin to warm as we work our way into Friday.

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Second-year teachers earn awards

Two second-year teachers in the Lawrence school district earned awards based on outstanding first years on the job. The two teachers earned both recognition and monetary compensation for their work.

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Program helps new moms with food, learning process

The WIC, Women, infant and children, program helps new mothers with some grocery expenses. The program has seen higher enrollment in the struggling economy. The program also held an event at the Lawrence Community Health Facility.

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Haskell celebrates 125 years

Haskell Indian Nations University celebrated and honored its 125 year anniversary. Students, faculty and alumni gathered on campus to honor the past and look ahead to the future.

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Housing market sees boom

The housing market still has a pulse. Home buyers have accounted for the 73 single-family building permits issued in the past two months. Buyers are trying to take advantage of a federal tax credit.

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Basehor man pleads no contest to sex crimes

A 67-year-old Basehor man plead no contest to crimes of a sexual nature involving children. The man is set to be sentenced on October 15.

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Residents demonstrate against abuse

The annual Take Back the Night event took place starting in South Park in Downtown Lawrence. The event helps raise awareness for victims of abuse.

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Regents approve salary freeze

The Kansas Board of Regents approved a salary freeze for several state university leaders. The freeze will go into effect next year and Regents hope it will help ease the budget situation.

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Regents approve seating expansion

The plan for expanded seating at Memorial Stadium was approved Thursday. The seats will be for those who sign contracts to become part of the Grid Iron Club.

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KU football hits hard on defense

The KU football team ranks sixth in the nation for quarterback sacks. The team looks to continue its hard-hitting defensive work Saturday against Duke.

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New cannon to signal scores

A new Howitzer cannon will debut in KU's football game Saturday. The cannon will be sounded after every KU score.

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Lawrence High holds volleyball quad

Lawrence High School held a volleyball quad Thursday. The event matched four different area teams against each other in competition.

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Free State football to open at home

Free State High School's football team will finally get to play on its new field Friday. The team looks to improve to 2-1 on the season in front of a new stadium full of fans.

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Former KU golf coach honored with tournament

KU's former golf coach was honored Thursday with a retirement party and golf tournament. Players and friends of the former coach attended the event at Alvamar.

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Kids hang with Big Jay through WIC program

Kids got to meet Big Jay at the WIC sponsored event. The program helps new mothers and young children in the Lawrence community.

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Program helps new moms in the community

The WIC program helps new moms and children in Lawrence with food and getting acclimated to parenting. The program has seen an increase in enrollment in the tough economic times.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Sept. 17, 2009

No rain is expected for the next several days but there could be some sneaking in near the end of the weekend. Tonight will be a little on the chilly side, dipping down to 54 degrees.

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Commuter Forecast for Sept. 17, 2009

Most areas are smooth sailing with a few delays still expected along I-70 near east Lawrence.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Sept. 17, 2009

Thursday should see mostly sunny skies was temperatures reaching the upper 70's.

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Commuter forecast for September 17, 2009

The commute will be dry this morning and the sun will be shining. Expect a slight delay on US 40/59 for ongoing construction and along I-70. It might not be a bad idea to grab some sunglasses on your way out the door.

Published on September 17, 2009