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LJWorld.com's most-popular stories for Tuesday, May 17 and lists of college graduates

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It's been a sad Wednesday morning so far. We had two early breaking news stories. The first is a fatal rollover accident on U.S. Highway 59 south of Lawrence and the second is a house fire in the 700 block of Maple Street in North Lawrence.

We're in for scattered showers throughout the day, and it looks like a chance for thunderstorms overnight. According to the National Weather Service forecast, it's going to rain the rest of the week.

One other note — We've uploaded lists of candidates for degrees from Baker University, Kansas University and Haskell Indian Nations University. You can filter the lists alphabetically by name, degree, school and department.


Most-viewed stories on LJWorld.com for Tuesday, May 17

  1. Town Talk: Church purchases property for O’Connell Road development; Burger King project moving ahead in northwest Lawrence; historic preservation event set for Thursday
  2. First Bell: State to squeeze $3 million out of Lawrence district; district to advertise for chief operations officer; administrator to mull contract approaching $250,000
  3. Roy Williams, Randy Towner defeat Bill Self, Notah Begay in charity skins game
  4. OTS: What do you do to pass the time during a power outage?
  5. U.S. News ranks KU as most popular medical school in country

Most-commented items in the past 24 hours

  1. LTE: Medicare plan
  2. One person killed in rollover accident on U.S. 59 Highway, south of Pleasant Grove Hill
  3. Gov. Sam Brownback defends decision to expand wind-free zone in Flint Hills
  4. OTS: What are your summer vacation plans?
  5. Kansas Highway Patrol releases more details of investigation of fatal accident on K-10

Comments

Cathy Tarr 4 years, 2 months ago

when are the ku list of graduates and the lhs list of graduates coming out so I don't miss them? Thanks

wmathews 4 years, 2 months ago

The KU list of graduates is linked above in my post in the third paragraph. It's also in our "latest" headlines list on the home page.

We haven't posted the local high schools yet, but will do that this week.

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