An evaluation of school crossing guard locations across Lawrence is almost done, and the city’s Multi-Modal Transportation Commission will discuss the latest recommendations for crossing guard placements during its meeting on Monday.
TOPEKA — Kristi Gadino didn’t appear to be bothered by the “shockingly profane” language used […]
This edition of the To Do List! spans from Sunday, Aug. 1 through Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021.
PAL-CWA — the union that represents hourly Lawrence Public Schools employees — has launched a public campaign in support of its members’ demand for a $3-an-hour raise.
We asked the Lawrence school board candidates what they think of the district’s now-universal mask mandate and, if elected, would they encourage district administrators to lift the mask mandate or keep it in place?
Imagine entering a room full of famous women from the past and present who have inspired world change. Imagine the feeling of awe that would follow. That is the exact atmosphere Lawrence artist John Sebelius, 37, aims to simulate with his upcoming art exhibition, “Powerful Women.”
I think a big question for publishing in the coming Fall Big Book season is how interested people will be in reading about the former president. A wave of postmortems is on the way, and one of the first arrives at No. 5 on this week’s list.
Now is the time to enjoy the purple wildflower called gayfeather or blazing star.