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News for Kansas from LJWorld.com

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A recent study says the Kansas government could run on its cash reserves for only two days.

 

On Wednesday, Douglas County commissioners directed staff to seek requests for proposals for an energy audit so the county can maintain the success of its sustainability program.

 

Get the keys for Kansas, mega matchups and more for the Jayhawks' Big 12 opener at Texas Tech. By Benton Smith

 

Senior Anne Goebel and junior Tori Hoopingarner shot 90 and 92, respectively, paving the way for the Firebirds at Eagle Bend Golf Course. Goebel?s 90 mark was good enough to finish tied for 32nd. By S...

 

Despite two goals from Thomas Reno, Free State High's boys soccer team fell, 3-2, Wednesday against Shawnee Mission West at Shawnee Mission Soccer Complex.

 

Free State High freshman gymnast Liliana King-Wilson placed third in three events at the Olathe East quadrangular Wednesday, helping the Firebirds to second place with 98.2 points.

 

Seven Lawrence elementary schools will open their doors to the public Saturday during the district?s second annual Parade of Schools.

 

Looking on the bright side, perhaps this election can teach conservatives to look on the dark side. They need a talent for pessimism, recognizing the signs that whatever remains of American exceptiona...

 

In some ways, it was the most memorable line of Monday?s presidential debate.

 

For a moment, forget whether providing free access to condoms to students in Lawrence?s two public high schools is a good idea.

 
 

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