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Friday, May 6

It seems a few of the Cinco de Mayo celebrations got a little bit out of hand late last night and early this morning. Lawrence Police responded on numerous fights and battery calls throughout the city. The night started with a couple noise complaints and suspicious vehicle ... Continue reading

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Get ready to vote for the KUSports.com All-Decade Team

Who's the best starting five for the Kansas men's basketball team in the last decade? KU fans will get the chance to decide that over the next two months, as starting Monday, we will open voting for the KUSports.com All-Decade Team. Here are the details: After consulting ... Continue reading

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The Royals have promoted Eric Hosmer

The Royals stand at 17-14 and occupy second place in the American League Central. They’ve done that while having a first baseman getting on-base at a .295 clip. To try and fill that void, the Royals have promoted top prospect Eric Hosmer from Omaha and optioned Kila ... Continue reading

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Changes in store for Facebook Groups

Anyone who says the days of [Facebook Groups][1] are over might want to check their inbox - chances are, they'll find at least a few emails from the last day or two with a subject line of "Someone-or-other updated the group Blah Blah." So what's all that ... Continue reading

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Check Out The Lineup Of Shows At Crossroads Of Kansas City For 2011 So Far

Its that time of year again, time for Crossroads Of Kansas City to do its yearly reopening and this year they have a line-up of shows that sure to please all musical tastes. If your unfamiliar with Crossroads its an outdoor venue that hosts some the best ... Continue reading

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from London to Lawrence

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=american+airlines+emergancy+landing+in+N.B.+Canada&aq=f Thursday morning, my first wake up in Lawrence from my trip to London is a day later than planned because of an emergency landing in Moncton N.B. and what is affectionately called *Camp Canada* for those of us who enjoyed the local hospitality there for over ... Continue reading

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Thursday, May 5

Well this 'Cinco de Mayo' Thursday was another normal quiet morning. I am sure tonight will be a much different story. Heres hoping everyone stays safe out there tonight. As for this morning, Lawrence Police responded on the routine, every night calls, nothing out of the ordinary ... Continue reading

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discussion forum about KUMC

We could discuss here about KUMC current issues as it will be more visible than comments to an article. Please share it with our friends. Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 4

Another very quiet overnight this morning. Lawrence Police responded on the routine, every night calls, nothing out of the ordinary or of any major significance. Animal complaints seem to be a growing call overnight, whether it is a barking dog, wild animal in a backyard and the ... Continue reading

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its slipping away, and fast, please take heed…

when i lost my job in 08, in lawrence, i was making just under 16 bucks an hour. at then, the exchange rate for the australian dollar was at around 65 cents. i moved to australia, and currently i make, for the same work/profession, and earn over ... Continue reading

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This week’s news in Indian Country is centered around “Geronimo” and the Democratic, Indian backed President who authorized the deal.

It wasn't all that long ago that the federal union at Haskell Indian Nations University decided to picket during graduation. The pictures ( courtesy of the Lawrence Journal World) show an unhappy bunch of employees and their families with signs. All of these employees are closely connected ... Continue reading

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What didn’t catch my eye from last Saturday’s spring game

Because the spring game marked the end of spring drills and there won’t be much football activity for the next few months, I thought I’d stretch my reaction to the game throughout the rest of the week. Yesterday, I wrote up a blog about a handful of ... Continue reading

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Bye-Bye Bounty: CSA week 2 - Salad and something different

So, I got more than one comment about my spinach-berry-banana smoothie. Yeah, it looks a bit weird and swamp-thing-like, but if you try it, you’ll like it. And if you do, maybe you can move onto something like this fella, which my son drank last week: (If ... Continue reading

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Photos and video of Ground Zero the morning after Osama bin Laden’s death

I'm not great at math, but the odds that I would be visiting my friends in New York City on the day of Osama bin Laden's death must be pretty high. Too bad no one placed bets, because when President Obama made the official statement, I was ... Continue reading

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Tuesday, May 3

A very quiet overnight this morning. Lawrence Police responded on the routine, every night calls, nothing out of the ordinary or of any major significance. A few noise complaints, a resident signed a complaint about a neighbor's barking dog and the even more common suspicious vehicle/pedestrian checks ... Continue reading

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Knology Long Distance Bill Suprise

Be aware if you have a knology phone, there may be an additional strange charge Continue reading

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The panini: a pressing issue

The other day as we prepped for a garage sale, Mr. Meat and Potatoes was cleaning out his closet and trotted out with a brick, wondering if he should keep it. The brick, he said, was from the original floor of the Red Lyon Tavern - our ... Continue reading

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Meatless Monday recipe of the week: Bok Choy with Carrots and Sesame-Orange Dressing

It’s May! Pretty soon we’ll be getting an abundance of produce from local farmers. We’ve had great stuff at the Lawrence Farmers’ Market since early April, but now’s when things will really start to ramp up. This Meatless Monday offering makes use of many yummy ingredients we ... Continue reading

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Kansas City Royals week in review: 5/2/2011

Last week was an up and down week for the Kansas City Royals. They went 3-3, but got killed in the first three and won the last three. The first series was against the Indians and it pushed the Royals further away from first place. Fortunately, no ... Continue reading

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Monday, May 2, 2011

Another fairly quiet overnight in Lawrence last night. In case you live under a rock and have not already heard, Osama bin Laden was killed by a Navy SEAL team around 2:30 p.m. Lawrence time on Sunday. This was officially announced by President Obama last night and ... Continue reading

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