Lawrence City Commission candidates discussed neighborhood safety, code enforcement, lack of a grocery store and more during the North Lawrence Improvement Association forum Wednesday evening.
It was another successful Clear the Shelter Day for the Lawrence Humane Society Saturday as 99 cats and 64 dogs went to their new furever homes. And adoption fees will be half off Sunday for the animals who are still there.
The Lawrence Kansas Branch NAACP has now posted recordings of forums the organization hosted, so voters can hear straight from the Lawrence City Commission and school board primary candidates.
Industrial hemp champion Kelly Rippel wants to light a fire under state and federal lawmakers to reform the agricultural policy framework to better support cultivation of a crop farmed by seven U.S. presidents before the industry was dismantled across the country.
Catherine Cupp Theisen said Friday that she is honored to join fellow judges in Douglas County District Court, and she will strive to apply the law as fairly and impartially as she has seen them do.
The 2023 legislative session in Kansas is expected to generate familiar debates on financing of public schools and vouchers for private schools, transgender student participation in sports and creation of a parental bill of rights touching on class curriculum and library offerings.
Lobbyists with the Kansas Association of School Boards also anticipated legislation would surface to broaden vaccination exemptions for students, encourage school employees to carry firearms and address the longstanding shortfall in state aid to special education.
As the Lawrence community considers different strategies for a citywide response to the homelessness crisis, residents of a temporary campsite are living through the reality of the situation day to day.
Hundreds of goblins and ghouls gathered Thursday at the South Park gazebo in anticipation of the 15th annual Lawrence Zombie Walk.
Lawrence High’s Chesty Lions hit the streets Wednesday evening for their annual homecoming parade.
Come rain or shine, Downtown Lawrence businesses were ready to welcome the community Saturday morning for the annual Sidewalk Sale.
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