Chad Lawhorn

Chad Lawhorn is a staff writer for the Lawrence Journal-World

Recent stories

Kansas: 91-year-old balks at $600,000 to tear down her home for KU apartments
March 13, 2014
Ninety-one-year-old Georgia Bell already knows a lot about living with college students, but soon it may go to a whole new level — or more accurately, five levels.
After closing in Lawrence, Penny Annie’s to open in downtown Eudora
10:05 a.m., July 14, 2011 Updated 10:22 a.m.
Penny Annie’s, which closed its location at 845 Mass. in Lawrence, is heading to downtown Eudora.
Eudora school district, city hope to see redevelopment of school site off Kansas Highway 10
January 20, 2011
The city of Eudora and the Eudora school district are trying to catch the attention of Lawrence developers and others. They have what may be a pretty enticing carrot: 15 acres of property along a busy Kansas Highway 10 interchange.
Legal battle over water means higher fees for rural Eudora customers
October 20, 2010
In eastern Douglas County, a long-simmering water war is starting to produce new levels of pain.
Perkins abruptly retires from KU athletics
September 8, 2010
The buzzer has sounded on Lew Perkins’ tenure as Kansas University athletics director.
Bison transplanted from South Dakota to Kansas Flint Hills
October 28, 2009
Perhaps this really is a prairie pot of gold.
Lawrence prepares for downtown Harley invasion
Group also plans to visit Moon Marble Co.
June 3, 2009
Lawrence, get ready for a little horsepower harmony.
Details of economic stimulus package eagerly awaited
January 16, 2009
As Barack Obama prepares to become the 44th President of the United States, most political observers are betting that his administration’s signature piece of legislation is already in the hopper. Even before it has been hatched, the expected economic stimulus package is being labeled as the largest public works project since the creation of the U.S. interstate system.
Feds OK K-10 SLT
May 8, 2008
For the first time in more than a decade, supporters of the South Lawrence Trafficway have all the necessary federal permits to build the road through the Baker Wetlands.
Missouri city hall slayings have some rethinking security
February 14, 2008
Remember and rethink. Area government leaders are expected to do a bit of both following an attack at a Missouri city hall on Thursday that left six people dead.

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