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City receives just one proposal to redevelop dilapidated East Lawrence property; rumblings of Buffalo Wild Wings, barbecue and a downtown diner

The Lawrence development community evidently hasn't fallen in love with Rhody Delahunty. If you remember, city commissioners recently went through the unusual process of taking ...

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Filmmaker brings Western shot in Kansas to Liberty Hall

Wichita-based filmmaker Nicholas Barton formed production company Prestigious Films in 2009, and has since worked on projects for high-profile clients like Walmart, Cargill, and Dell ...

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LHS sophomore making his way as a relief pitcher

It's not easy being a pitcher when your team trails by a few runs. One bad inning, and you can take your team out of ...

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Gary Woodland starts strong in Masters

Gary Woodland, Kansas University’s only two-time PGA tour winner, came out of the blocks in impressive fashion Thursday at Augusta National, where he’s playing in ...

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KNEA uses ‘thunderclap’ to spread word on education bill

According to hashtracking.com, use of the hashtag #ksleg spiked at 6 p.m. Tuesday, the designated time of the Kansas National Education Association's "thunderclap" social media campaign.

At 6 p.m. Tuesday, there was an unusual spike in the Twitter hashtag #ksleg, which reporters, lobbyists and other political junkies use to highlight items ...

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Danny Manning gets hero’s welcome at Wake Forest

By now, you've all surely heard that former Kansas University assistant coach and one of the school's all-time great players landed a head coaching job ...

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Joel Embiid’s announcement impacts college hoops and NBA landscapes

Kansas center Joel Embiid smiles along side head basketball coach Bill Self as he talks with media members during a news conference on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan. Embiid announced his intention to enter the 2014 NBA Draft. (AP PHOTO/Nick Krug/Lawrence Journal-World)

Hey, did you hear Kansas University freshman center Joel Embiid is entering the NBA Draft? You might have seen something about that in the past ...

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Chinese restaurant opens in East Lawrence; Rock Chalk Park lighting debate stirs up emotions

I have an announcement to make: I'm not declaring for the NBA Draft. After Joel Embiid's announcement yesterday, I thought you could use a dose ...

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State board member says Common Core battle not over

Topeka — Kansas State Board of Education member Ken Willard said today that the legislative battles over the new Common Core standards are far from ...

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Looking Forward: April 10-16

Contributed Photo: Originally a one-man band, Shakey Graves will be debuting his new backing band this Thursday at The Bottleneck for an early show at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $11 in advance.

Real Estate [w/ Your Friend] Emerging Brooklyn-based indie pop band Real Estate is performing at Liberty Hall, thanks to KJHK and SUA. Forming in 2008, ...

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Deciphera receives $6 million payment as cancer drug advances, sets up corporate offices in Boston; Bargain Depot closing; update on SportQuest

There are 6 million pieces of good news on the Lawrence bioscience front today, and one piece of news that may create some worry among ...

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Strawberries sans shortcake

Strawberries are great on their own, but add in a few extras and you have yourself one powerful snack.

It’s not that often that I write about snacks on this blog, and I’m trying to make up for that this year, with a few ...

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The Easter Bunny: The Stuff of Nightmares

Dying eggs, chocolate bunnies, Grandma’s potato salad — these are all things that come to mind when I think of Easter. They are things that ...

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Afternoon snackwiches, better than bologna

Sometimes on the weekend, we forget to eat lunch. It's not that we don't love food and I don't ever miss a meal. It's more ...

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Jenkins, Wakefield differ on Paycheck Fairness Act

U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, R-Topeka, on Tuesday said Democrats were being "condescending" toward women in their push for congressional approval of the Paycheck Fairness Act. ...

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Just-opened Mass Street Soda selling sweet, bubbly versions of almost everything

A fraction of the lemonade soda section at Mass Street Soda.

Mass Street Soda popped the cap today and informally opened at 1103 Massachusetts St. Even with most of the shop's 1,000-plus sodas still in the ...

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Athletes of the Week

It's early in the spring season for every sport, but that hasn't stopped a few athletes from rounding into midseason form. Lawrence High senior Allison ...

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Poll: Governor’s race tight; Medicaid expansion will be an issue

A new poll shows the race for Kansas governor remains tight. The poll showed Democrat Paul Davis of Lawrence leading Republican Gov. Sam Brownback 45 ...

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Charlie Weis previews KU football spring game

Kansas kickoff return man JaCorey Shepherd takes off on a return against Oklahoma State during the fourth quarter on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The countdown to Kansas University's spring football game is down to four days now. Coach Charlie Weis addressed the annual showcase and other topics Tuesday ...

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The future of KU parking: fewer spaces that cost more

"I want you to feel my pain." That's what Donna Hultine told an audience Monday to explain why she was showing them photo after photo ...

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