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Blade & Timber ax-throwing venue to return to Lawrence; owner will add mini golf, too
Matt Baysinger has a handle on what to do with his newly acquired space at 722 Massachusetts St., which formerly housed Signs of Life.
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Kansas House panel passes more restrictive medical marijuana plan
TOPEKA — A medical marijuana proposal is headed back to the House floor for debate […]
Gov. Kelly signs legislation creating workforce development scholarship program
Gov. Laura Kelly signed bipartisan legislation Friday authorizing a scholarship program aimed primarily at encouraging Kansas community college and technical college students to develop skills in high-demand areas of the state’s economy.
Advocacy groups push for transparency in Evergy’s $8.9 billion ‘sustainability’ plan
Environmental and consumer groups are raising alarms about what they claim is limited transparency as Kansas regulators review Evergy’s plan to spend more than $8.9 billion on the utility provider’s infrastructure across the state.
Lawrence ghost kitchen soon to add food truck to pay it forward, help entrepreneurs
A ghost kitchen in eastern Lawrence is getting into the food truck game, and its […]
Kansas insurers and hospitals wrestle over how much your telehealth visit should cost
A wide range of medical and mental health care weathered the forced exodus from bricks and mortar to the online realm during the pandemic. Many patients appreciated the convenience. Many doctors found it effective.
Linda Robinson wins Lawrence ATHENA Award; Chamber awards 2 posthumous Citizens of the Years
Linda Robinson was announced Tuesday as Lawrence’s 2020 ATHENA Award winner. The Chamber, Lawrence, Kansas, […]
Douglas County expands gathering limit to 50, removes operating hour restrictions on restaurants and bars
Starting Wednesday, bars and restaurants in Douglas County will no longer be subject to restricted […]