Lawrence nonprofit Audio-Reader is celebrating 50 years of service to the blind, visually impaired, and print disabled. Several volunteers were recently recognized for outstanding years of service.
A crowd gathered Sunday to celebrate the completion of a new mural at Cottin’s Hardware in Lawrence.
Local groups Somos Lawrence and the DARE (Drop-In And Rest) Center organized a Día de los Muertos remembrance on Monday to honor unhoused people who have died in Lawrence.
Carole Tomlinson, now a faculty member at Haskell Indian Nations University, submitted this 1978 photo of students who raised a tipi on the lawn of KU’s Watson Library.
The Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging had a payroll protection loan forgiven, which left it with additional revenue. On Wednesday, the agency presented Lawrence Habitat for Humanity $44,638 in grant funds in support of its Age in Place program.
Tom Harper, of Lawrence, attended the open house Saturday for Monarch Village at the Lawrence […]
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