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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).

Population: 80098
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

Lawrence News
Smashing up cars is in the blood for young demolition derby driver

The annual Shrine Rodeo and Demo Derby is at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds this weekend in Tonganoxie. Organizers expect between 30 and 40 cars to be smashed up in the wild free-for-all events.

Haskell celebrates largest graduating class in its history

It was the third straight year that Haskell set a record for graduates. Haskell is the only four-year university in the country operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

This university bike rack looks like 'CRAP,' some say. But they have it all backward.

The four letters making up the stands of the new, student-built bike rack at the University of Kansas can be read two ways - but only one was intentional. The architecture students who designed it even posted a photo of the bike stand before "creative minds" got to work.

Lawrence police start Narcan program, TPD considering following suit

Earlier this month, the Lawrence Police Department implemented a Narcan program to help prevent opioid-related deaths following an overdose, a move that the Topeka Police Department is also considering. Lawrence police officer Drew Fennelly said officers have undergone training on how to administer a nasal dose of Narcan, a medication that aids in restoring breathing.

Brewer, running mate to visit Hutch Wednesday

Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Carl Brewer, Wichita, will announce his running mate Tuesday in Topeka, in front of the newly unveiled Brown v.

Meet Jaime Dupy, director of investor and strategic development at the chamber

Dupy has filled a number of positions since coming to the chamber in 2012 as coordinator of a fundraising campaign that raised more than $9 million for economic development. She transferred to a job supporting the Young Professionals of Wichita, then worked on small business services and governmental relations before becoming director of investor relations, which is focused on larger chamber members.

Collaborative research among academia, business, and government

Chapman, P., R. Brain, J. Belden, V. Forbes, C. Mebane, R. Hoke, G. Ankley, AND K. Solomon. Collaborative research among academia, business, and government.

Undergraduate Advising Center announces 2018-2019 Peer Advisor Team

The Undergraduate Advising Center has announced the names of 13 University of Kansas students chosen as members of the 2018-2019 Peer Advisor Team. In this role, the Peer Advisors will work throughout the summer and academic year to assist new students as they experience a variety of transitions, including acclimation to academic life, major selection and overall academic success at KU.

Audio-Reader receives awards for outstanding programming, volunteerism

Volunteers and staff from the University of Kansas Audio-Reader Network were recognized for outstanding programming and volunteerism during the annual conference of the International Association of Audio Information services earlier this month in Broomfield, Colorado. Lori Tesdahl, of Lawrence, was recognized for excellence in volunteering.

Pete Souza: Capturing insights into Obama presidency one frame at a time

Photographer Pete Souza is convinced intensity of work at the Kansas State Collegian taught him to be a journalist and propelled a career from small-town Kansas newspapers to assignments as White House photographer to Presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan. At the student newspaper at Kansas State University, Souza honed a competitive drive to capture images for the printed page.

Fallen Power Pole Started Fire at Kansas Tractor Business

Fire investigators say a fallen power pole started a fire that caused about $4 million damage to a Lawrence, Kansas, tractor business. Lawrence-Douglas County fire official James King says when the pole fell Saturday transformers pierce the roof of Heritage Tractor.

Undergraduate Research Mentor Award winners announced

Three people were honored at the 21st Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium last month for their extraordinary commitment to mentoring undergraduate researchers at the University of Kansas. Derek Reed, associate professor of applied behavioral science, Kapila Silva, associate professor of architecture, each received the K. Barbara Schowen Undergraduate Research Mentor Award .

Beatles music featured at Audio-Reader benefit concert

"An Evening With the Music of The Beatles Unplugged," presented by Signal to Noise, will feature a group of all-star Kansas City and Lawrence area musicians. Artists include Pat Tomek from the Rainmakers, solo artists Darrell Lea and Michael Paull, Paul Lemon from Potters Field, Mike Penner from Broken Arrows, Nate Holt from Asterales and Maria the Mexican.

A Red State Activist's Guide to Beating the Gun Lobby

Perhaps the greatest attribute of Megan Jones is that she is so unreservedly, unequivocally unreasonable . It seems to be working.

Officials say Lawrence tractor store fire caused $4,000,000 in damages

Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical Department Fire Investigators ruled the fire that occurred last Saturday evening at Heritage Tractor located at 1110 E. 23rd Street, as accidental. Officials say the cause of the fire was due to a utility pole carrying transformers, breaking and falling on the roof.

Public invited to Studio 804 Open House

Studio 804, based at the University of Kansas, will present its latest design-build project during an open house from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at 1220 E. 12th St. This project occupies one of the most beautiful sites in the city: The combination of two lots results in more than a half-acre of serenity near downtown Lawrence. The project features a 1,500-square-foot, three-bedroom main house with an additional 500-square-foot, one-bedroom detached unit for optional use as a studio, family living quarters or to lease.

Aneikit Bonnel Voxyfox

Produced Audio Versions of Children's Stories by Henry Vinegar. Narrated the short film, FUNERAL, for Jess Dunn of NYLA Films, currently available on Amazon.

Representing causal knowledge in environmental policy interventions:...

Carriger, J., B. Dyson, AND W. Benson. Representing causal knowledge in environmental policy interventions: Advantages and opportunities for qualitative influence diagram applications.

KU opens new space to serve military in Leavenworth

The University of Kansas is adding classroom space in Leavenworth to accommodate growing enrollment and course offerings in the community. The new facility will be located at the new Marriott TownePlace Suites, across Metropolitan Avenue from Fort Leavenworth, which hosts the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College .

Crews fight fire at Lawrence tractor dealership

Around 7 pm Lawrence Fire was called to Heritage Tractor at 1110 E. 23rd St. in Lawrence for a structure fire. The fire is under control but crews are still trying to put the fire out.

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