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Patches of prairie meet ridges of dense woodlands of hickory, oaks and walnuts at Clinton State Park, the trees often rising from steep, rock-strewn hillsides that fall into the reservoir...The state is now seeking proposals from developers to build
The director of a local food bank has filed for a seat on the Lawrence City Commission and plans to be a City Hall advocate for people in need. Jeremy Farmer, executive director of Lawrence-based Just Food, filed paperwork Monday to run for one of
The University of Kansas plans to begin building its part of a large new sports complex in Lawrence, but the city will wait until February to vote on its portion of the project, which will be called Rock Chalk Park. City commissioners on Tuesday
Mahoney as held her job for nine months now because she knows how difficult it can be to find a student job, especially in the summer. "It can be easy if you hit it at just the right time when everyone is leaving for the summer, but if you wait too
Topeka Douglas County legislators said Saturday that major political battles over taxes, school finance and redistricting are lining up for the rest of the 2012 legislative session. State Rep. Ann Mah, D-Topeka, said the session could match the
It's been a long time coming, and now the region will see if its newest attraction can live up to the hype. The ribbon will be cut and doors will open for the first phase of the $411 million Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway just before noon Friday.
Folks spanning the political spectrum on Friday urged legislators to put Douglas County in one congressional district. "We would like to be made whole," Douglas County Commissioner Nancy Thellman said. Her comments were made to the Special Committee
Congressman Kevin Yoder was at Lawrence Memorial Hospital for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce's "Conversation with Congressman Kevin Yoder" Friday, June 10, 2011...Rep. Kevin Yoder, R-Kan., on Friday disputed a contention that a budget proposal by U.
Senator Jerry Moran laughs during a meeting with Lawrence residents, hosted by the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce at the Lawrence Public Library. Moran came to Lawrence to discuss his opinions on issues including health care, immigration and conflicts
Sen. Jerry Moran will speak in Lawrence next Monday as part of his statewide listening tour. Moran, R-Kan., will meet with Lawrence residents from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m...Moran was elected to the Senate last November after representing the state's First