This spray of butterfly milkweed blossoms feeds pollinators who help it produce seed-filled milkweed pods, which open up and are carried away in the wind to produce new plants and feed new butterflies.
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The community is invited to a meeting to learn about planned changes to the Wakarusa interchange with Kansas Highway 10.
Lawrence city commissioners approved changes to the city’s sanctuary ordinance on Tuesday, stripping it of some protections for immigrants, to fall in line with state law.
Victoria Bell remembers peanut butter cookies and cornbread as the first recipes she ever made by herself. Now, as a rising high school senior, she can see her dream career of one day owning a restaurant or bakery in close reach.
Lawrence school district staff members on Monday presented a revised plan for student fees that would spread costs to students who qualify for reduced-price lunches, but would continue to exempt students who qualify for free lunches.
The Lawrence school district will soon likely switch from Adidas to Nike because Adidas no longer carries the crimson shade that matches Lawrence High School’s color, according to district staff. But the owner of longtime supplier Jock’s Nitch says that’s just not true.
The City of Lawrence has started a three-phase construction project on East 23rd Street that’s expected to last about 18 months.
Unless the weather is bad, the city’s Fourth of July community celebration and fireworks show will fall on Sunday, July 3 this year.
A hummingbird moth (top left) is working over these blooming purple prairie clovers. Pollinators will only get more active as summer progresses and nectar flow continues to increase.
Lawrence community members of all ages lined Massachusetts Street near South Park Sunday afternoon pushing […]
Lawrence school board members on Monday will consider a tentative agreement with the classified staff union that would raise members’ base hourly wages to $9.70 per hour, continue a discussion on student fees, and more.
With just more than five weeks until the Aug. 2 election, these four student-activists and leaders have been mobilizing across the state. Meet Rija Nazir, Chloe Chaffin, Donnavan Dillon and Adriana Cazares.
Two days of Lawrence PRIDE celebrations culminated in a gathering at South Park, a parade down Massachusetts Street and a party at Abe & Jake’s.
The Kansas State Board of Education has established a temporary advisory council that is intended to improve and reform K-12 American Indian education, but may also help guide higher education.
The same day that the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade — the landmark ruling that guaranteed abortion rights nationwide — a few dozen Lawrence community members rallied downtown.
The City of Lawrence is opening hydration stations and cooling sites to ensure residents have relief from extreme heat.