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Cooler Weather Expected

After a mild stretch (especially for the beginning of November) we are about to see those temperatures come to an end. With that, you can expect our first rainfall for the month of November. It looks like your Thursday will be the transition day between those warm ... Continue reading

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Amazon selling pro pedophilia book? What are they thinking?

Amazon is currently selling a self published book that promotes pedophilia. The book is titled "The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure" by Philip R. Greaves II, and was released on Oct. 28th. It's subtitle describes it as a child lover's code of conduct. Amazon has responded ... Continue reading

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Federal Judge Upholds South Lawrence Trafficway Decision.

A judge has upheld the Federal Highway Administration’s decision to align the South Lawrence Trafficway along 32nd Street, as opposed to a route that would take the road south of the Baker Wetlands. After years of controversy, the South Lawrence Trafficway could be set up for state ... Continue reading

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Lawrence Associations - Where’s Midge?

Lawrence is a small enough community that it works on my mind almost like a word game. You know how when a topic or a name is mentioned and you immediately connect it with something else. Here are some examples: Terrorism - Ron Olin Children's rights advocate ... Continue reading

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Flying Over The Cuckoo’s Nest - ECT: Not Your Old Time Shock Therapy

(Written by a current RAHN consumer) To give you a quick introduction, I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder type I (the more severe form) when I was sixteen. Although I have the diagnosis of bipolar, I have always had severe depression. Although I was not officially diagnosed ... Continue reading

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$5 CookBook Sale at Taste of Home

A few days ago we got the $5 Subscription offer from Taste of Home. Now through the 18th (or while supplies last) is their [$5 CookBook Sale][1]. This is a very popular deal and will most likely sell out before its close date. It gets better: Use ... Continue reading

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Semper Fi

Happy Birthday to the United States Marine Corps. Continue reading

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Anna Undercover: Always Appreciated?

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Cliff’s Notes: Turner Gill press conference, 11/9/10

Here is the Cliff's Notes version of Kansas football coach Turner Gill's comments at his weekly press conference today. If you want to get live updates from each week's press conference, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@kusports). Full video has been posted. The depth chart ... Continue reading

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Stir fry: heaven’s answer to weeknight cooking

When you want beef and broccoli, and there's not the appropriate kind of beef in the freezer, and you're too lazy to go to the store after work, you improvise. And I do mean improvise. Like, you make a dish that is virtually unrecognizable from the inspiration ... Continue reading

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Sand Hill Cranes Sighted Over Wakarusa Valley

A recent Lawrence Journal World article about the Baker Wetlands said the following: Last week, Boyd said the site caused a stir among local bird watchers when a flock of sandhill cranes landed at the lake, a bird that is typically spotted in Douglas County about once ... Continue reading

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Gonna be in town this year For NYE? Rage New Years With The Floozies @ The Bottleneck

Ladies and Gentlemen lets talk about The Floozies. Many of you have heard the name or at least seen it under the name of one of your favorite national headliners on a show flier but sadly not enough people have actually heard their brand off spontaneous dance ... Continue reading

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Cliff’s Notes: Bill Self press conference, 11/8/10

Here is the Cliff's Notes version of Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self's comments at his press conference today. If you want to get live updates from each week's press conference, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@kusports). Full audio has been posted. • **Self would ... Continue reading

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Monday Rewind: Colorado

There are plenty of conclusions — both good and bad — to draw from the outcome of last week’s incredible comeback victory over Colorado. But forget ’em all. Forget that the defense was terrible in the first half and only slightly better in the second half in ... Continue reading

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Taste of Home Magazine Subscription $5.40

Today you can get [Taste of Home Magazine][1] for only $5.40 when you use the coupon code **TASTE** at checkout. This magazine is listed at $18 for a one year subscription...already decreased from its cover price of $25! What a great deal! *Note that a year long ... Continue reading

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Melissa and Doug Magnetic Responsibility Chart

I love Melissa and Doug Toys for our kids...so when I see a deal I like to take advantage of it! This [Magnetic Responsibility Chart][1] is on sale for $15.13. This is the "Deluxe Edition" with all kinds of magnets for activities and chores. You can see ... Continue reading

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Hey, $#%&, you missed

A funny thing happened last week during a routine ride home from racquetball: A guy tried to kill me. OK, maybe that’s a bit melodramatic. But not much. As I approached a four-way stop-sign-controlled intersection about a mile from my house, I noticed a car approaching from ... Continue reading

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See the Lambs, All A-Crying

Those who practice the politics of suffering strike blows intended to wound every good effort to increase economic demand. Without increased demand, there will be no jobs growth. But the Chicken Littles who proclaim the sky is falling look only in one direction for shelter: tax cuts. ... Continue reading

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Crazy week, endless possibilities make this Big 12 season more exciting

I was driving home from work late Saturday night when I glanced about 10 yards ahead of my car and saw a few empty beer bottles on the road. No one was present at the intersection by 23rd and Louisiana Streets, but it was clear that Kansas ... Continue reading

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Hard-Working or Elitist?

I'm curious why certain individuals are labeled as elitist, while others are lauded for how hard-working they have been to earn their fortunes. In America, I think people generally have a fair amount of mistrust for any group that they feel wields too much power. The Elitism ... Continue reading

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