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Lawrence has been called one of the "best lil' college towns," by Rolling Stone in 2005, and in 1998 named a local radio station one of the top ten "Stations that Don't Suck." Notable residents have included "Beat" generation author William S. Burroughs (Naked Lunch), writer/director James Gunn (Dawn of the Dead, Scooby-Doo, The Immortals), director Herk Harvey (Carnival of Souls), environmental author Wes Jackson (Man and the Environment, founder of The Land Institute), and environmental historian Donald Worster (A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir).
Local Newspapers: Lawrence Journal World Topeka Capital Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows (USHL)
Local Colleges: University of Kansas Haskell Indian Nations University
Zip Codes associated with lawrence, kansas:
66044 66046 66047 66049
Towns/Cities near lawrence, kansas : Topeka Eudora Linwood Baldwin City De Soto Tonganoxie
KU alumnus establishes scholarship for art history students
A gift commitment of $690,000 from University of Kansas alumnus Don Sloan will establish a scholarship fund for art history students at KU. Sloan, who grew up in Junction City, Kansas, is now semi-retired and living in Lawrence, said he was motivated to give the gift because he knows firsthand how valuable scholarships can be.Country Inn & Suites Opens New Hotel Near The University Of Kansas
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The new format involves announcing the 68 teams that earned bids before announcing the seedings and pairings, and also includes a live studio audience for the first time. Few seemed to like the change - and the police in Lawrence, Kansas are no exception.Enroll now in KU 'stats camp'
The University of Kansas Center for Research Methods & Data Analysis will host its annual three-week Statistical Institute, also referred to as Stats Camp, this May. The three-week camp will run from May 21 to June 8 on the Lawrence campus. Each week has a designated topic: R software, Python data analysis and structural equation modeling.19-year-old taken to hospital with gunshot wounds in Lawrence
Officers with the Lawrence Police Department responded to the shooting inside an apartment in the 400 block of Graystone Drive where they found the victim with a gunshot wound. The man was taken to an area hospital by ambulance with what is believed to be non-life threatening injuries.Suspect with stolen vehicle arrested following chase
Officials in Douglas County were first reported to be in a chase with a person who had stolen a Ford F-250 towing a trailer that was reported stolen in Lawrence, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.Films of prominent food activists connect students, community
On Wednesday, March 14, the Lawrence and University of Kansas communities will have a chance to come together to learn about two people whose lives and work have affected the way that the world thinks about food production. The first film features Wendell Berry and will begin at 5:30 p.m. The second film profiles Dolores Huerta and begins at 7:15 p.m. "Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry" is based in Henry County, Kentucky, the home of novelist, poet, environmental activist, teacher, cultural critic and farmer Wendell Berry.Kansas Democratic Party official instructed KU student not to provide documents to vote
A student at the University of Kansas testified Wednesday in federal court about his refusal to provide citizenship documentation in flagrant protest of the Kansas voter registration law. As the second day of testimony unfolded in a case that tests Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's claims of widespread voter fraud, Parker Bednasek said he was instructed by a former Kansas Democratic Party official to attempt to register in 2014 without proof of citizenship.Spencer Research Library planning 50th anniversary exhibition
The University of Kansas Kenneth Spencer Research Library will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the fall of 2018. Celebrations will include the creation of a new exhibition that will highlight compelling items from Spencer library's collections identified by researchers, students and friends of the library.Challenges associated with performing environmental research on...
Wang, H., K. Ho, F. Wu, AND R. Burgess. Challenges associated with performing environmental research on titanium dioxide nanoparticles in aquatic environments.Lawrence wants its high schoolers to get more sleep
Philip Morse died more than a year ago but his family said his true spirit and passion live on today. If you want Kyle to come to your kids' school - head on over to his Facebook page to send him a message.KU Public Safety Office releases 2017 crime statistics
The University of Kansas Lawrence campus saw a 13 percent decrease in crime in 2017, KU's Public Safety Office announced today with the annual release of its crime statistics. Theft is historically the most reported crime on campus.University community mourns death of Steve Evans, lecturer in English
The University of Kansas community is mourning the death of Steve Evans, a lecturer in the Department of English. Evans, 69, died Feb. 26. "Stephen Evans was a proud Jayhawk and a dedicated teacher who inspired thousands of our English students during his tenure at KU, and I am deeply saddened to learn of his death," said Chancellor Douglas A. Girod.Trump move to impose tariffs on steel, aluminum could be first shot...
President Donald Trump announced today the United States will impose tariffs on foreign imports of steel and aluminum, a move he deemed necessary to right trade deficits and that others have claimed could be the opening of a trade war. The countries to which the 25 percent tariff for steel and 10 percent tariff for aluminum would apply were not identified.Police say officers are on standby on day 12 of the search for Lucas Hernandez
Wichita Police asks the public for tips on the location of a missing five-year-old. Lucas Hernandez went missing Feb. 17. Several dozen members of the public searched Chisholm Creek Park early Monday morning for missing 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez.Charges dropped against father of former Jayhawk star Travis Releford
Charges have been dropped against a Lawrence man who was jailed for 1.5 years in a sex crimes case. Fifty-one-year-old Tracy Releford was charged after an encounter in August 2016 with a 16-year-old girl that moved between Lawrence and Kansas City, Missouri.County continues work on bus routes; rural comp plan review
Mike Brown Johnson County 6th District As the Johnson County Commissioner representing the 6th District, please know I am proud to be your commissioner; I work tirelessly, and the state of the "Big 6th" is very strong and steadily improving. Daily I push staff to improve services and outcomes for the 6th district.Marches of the Past
Since 2012, we have published 117,041 words about how, where, and when Midwest finesse anglers fished in March. These words originate from anglers in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Texas, and West Virginia.KPR presents 2nd Songwriters Showcase
Kansas Public Radio and Maceli's are hosting their second Songwriters Showcase, an evening of music featuring local singer-songwriters Sky Smeed, Colin Halliburton and K.C. banjo player Kelly Hunt. The show is Saturday, March 3, at Maceli's, 1031 New Hampshire St. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door or $10.50 in advance at macelis.com.Veggie burger manufacturer to expand plant in Lawrence
Hilary's Eat Well, which makes organic, plant-based foods, is planning a nearly $1.5 million expansion. It will add new production equipment to its current building and lease new space for its warehouse operations.
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