Lawrence High School choir members have been hard at work rehearsing for the first Showtime since the pandemic hit.
Thousands of KU fans flocked to Mass Street Sunday afternoon to watch and celebrate the national champion Jayhawks in a parade that traveled more than a mile and a half.
KU fans: As promised, here are more photos capturing the joy that erupted downtown after the Jayhawks’ remarkable comeback. Remember Mass Street closes at 3 a.m. and the parade starts at 2 p.m.
Massachusetts Street will come to life Saturday with a party ahead of the Kansas Jayhawks facing the Villanova Wildcats in the Final Four. But as the roads were closed in preparation Saturday morning, the street was almost empty.
A Lawrence springtime staple returned to Massachusetts Street this afternoon, bringing with it thousands of smiling faces.
The doughnut creations of third-graders at Deerfield Elementary school have come to fruition.
Families and friends of Lawrence neighborhood schools gathered for a rally Saturday at South Park to “Celebrate Our Schools.”
Most areas of Lawrence received about 2 inches of snow Tuesday night through 6 a.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service, with more still falling later into the morning.
Community members gathered Saturday for an event celebrating the opening of “Indigenous Space,” the inaugural exhibition of the Edgar Heap of Birds Family Gallery inside Chalmers Hall at KU.
A tight timeline for the Lawrence school board to make decisions about whether to close schools seems to have lit a fire under many community members who are coming together to “#SaveOurSchools497.”
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