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As we move into our second year publishing, The Lawrence Times news team wants to hear from you.


We celebrated our first publishing anniversary on March 8. We’re so excited to stick around for another year, and we want to hear it straight from our readers: How can we best serve you and the Lawrence community?

We’re still a very small publication, and we’re not wasting a dime — we try to think carefully about how we allocate our limited resources. So we want to know what you like, what you don’t like, and what we should cover more and less.

If you can spare about 10 minutes, please take our quick survey to share your thoughts. It’s completely anonymous, unless you choose to give us your email address at the end.

Thank you in advance, and thank you for your support! It is an honor to report the news for this community we love.

Click here to take the new survey.

Update, 11:35 a.m. Thursday, March 31:

Thank you so much to those who have provided feedback already! We are digesting all of the answers, but there were a few tweaks that we could make quickly and easily. So we made those changes, and we hope they’ll make our site a little bit more to those readers’ liking:

One survey respondent said our COVID-19 dashboard is slow to load. We made a tweak to all the charts, and we’re hopeful it will help speed that up. Please feel free to reach out if this is still a problem for you, and we’ll see if we can find a way to troubleshoot.

A few others said they want to see ALL the most recent Lawrence Times posts, since the latest article is not always the top post on the site. We created this page so you can see all the latest news, features, opinion pieces, obituaries and more at a glance.

You can bookmark that page, or find it directly under “Home” in the dropdown menu at the top of every page on our site:

Where to find the Latest Posts page on the desktop version of our website
Where to find the Latest Posts page on the mobile version of our website

Mackenzie Clark (she/her), reporter/founder of The Lawrence Times, can be reached at mclark (at) lawrencekstimes (dot) com. Read more of her work for the Times here. Check out her staff bio here.

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