Matt Enyart lost his life to ALS, but his contributions will be felt in Lawrence and beyond for many years to come.
Over the past couple of years, Hope Thommen and Jason Hall have been the only constants in each other’s lives. Everything has changed for the better in sobriety, and they’re putting broken pieces back together.
When Tay’Jah Franklin, 13, walks the stage at pageants, she never feels like she’s walking alone. She knows her family is beside her. She’ll soon compete as Miss Lawrence in the National American Miss Pageant.
Jamie Ulmer, the new executive director of Theatre Lawrence, has a tough act to follow. Here he discusses his experience coming from small-town Beatrice, Nebraska, the new season, and his plans for the community theater.
After 23 years of fundraising to end cancer, Bob Silipigni is celebrating $1 million in donations and a volunteer award.
For half a century, longtime Lawrence resident Bill James has been asking questions about baseball. He’s still looking for answers.
Five Lawrence women linked together by friendship and a common goal of staying healthy in their 70s share their experiences through the evolution of women’s athletics.
Diego Rivera-Rodriguez thinks back to 2019 when he first witnessed the KU theatre and dance department’s iconic season opener tradition. He had no idea that he would graduate four years later as the recipient of the award tied to that 65-year tradition, he said.
With a little more than two months on the job, Andrew Holt is still getting a feel for the town. The new director of Downtown Lawrence Inc. says he likes every place he’s visited thus far, and he loves how many unique retail stores downtown has to offer.
A retired staff member, Kathy Stuntz, and three former students, E’Lease Stafford, Ekow Boye-Doe and the late Travis Sanders, were honored Wednesday for their positive contributions to Billy Mills Middle School and the Lawrence community.
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