Bri Harmon-Moore’s one-year anniversary with the Treatment and Recovery Center of Douglas County has come with new duties. The center on Friday announced her as its incoming director.
The Douglas County Treatment & Recovery Center is set to open its front doors Monday, April 10.
A draft strategic plan sets a goal of 2028 for Lawrence and Douglas County to achieve functional zero homelessness. The plan emphasizes equity, inclusion, and correcting imbalances of power.
Douglas County community members will have an opportunity next week to learn about nearly $300,000 in grant funding available for projects that conserve cultural, natural, agricultural or environmental resources.
As Douglas County leaders weigh possibly changing or eliminating the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council’s racial and ethnic disparities work group, some members of the council want the work to get more attention.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners are invited to participate in a town hall about strengthening equitable resources in local entrepreneurship.
Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday voted to give Douglas County millions in funding for a road project, but with the caveat that the funds are not to go toward an extension of Wakarusa Drive south of city limits.
Indigenous community advocates on Thursday will discuss potential harm that could come from the proposed roadway extension of Wakarusa Drive just south of Lawrence, and they invite the public to participate.
Lawrence and Douglas County community members are invited to a meeting Thursday and an open house on Jan. 30 to discuss a new draft of wind energy regulations.
Young entrepreneurs in Douglas County are invited to showcase their talents as part of a local business competition, and winners could earn between $500 and $1,250 in prize money.
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