”I’m lucky to live in a state where myriad journalists set an example for the nation,” Clay Wirestone writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
”Kansas is consistently at the heart of every single revolution in America. And I have every intent on continuing this tradition,” Kate Appel Eckert writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
”No matter your opinion or stance on homelessness, I know without a doubt that the Lawrence community cares about keeping their neighbors alive,” Jenn Wolsey writes in this letter to the Times.
”Scarcity of staff has compelled facilities to deploy CNAs with minimal training and experience into situations where the safety net of an experienced colleague or nurse is glaringly absent,” Addison Stover writes in this letter to the Times.
”Douglas County now has a draft Climate Action Plan, and kudos to the team that put it together! … However, there is one glaring omission: utility-scale renewable energy,” Joe Harrington writes in this letter to the Times.
”Exactly where are the homeless supposed to go when the shelters are overflowing and their camps are disbanded? Many of our fellow neighbors and friends are just a paycheck or two away from joining them,” Diana Marcotte writes in this letter to the Times.
”City utility rates have been escalating at an unsustainable rate over the last few years. … Rising utility rates impact all residents,” Rob Chestnut writes in this letter to the Times.
”We encourage the planning commission to recommend the utility-scale solar Kansas Sky Energy Project to the Douglas County Commission,” writes Carol Williamson, president of the League of Women Voters of Lawrence-Douglas County.
Following a large Día de Muertos celebration, Somos Lawrence, Lawrence Percolator and Moms Demand Action would like to thank the people and partners who helped with the event.
”It is understandable that everybody has different priorities, but we can assume that public safety is high on almost everybody’s list. This is why your Lawrence Professional Firefighters have confidence in the three incumbent candidates,” the IAFF Local 1596 executive board writes in this column.
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