Mark Fagan

Mark Fagan is a staff writer for the Lawrence Journal-World

Recent stories

Academy combines high school, college for Eudora student
November 27, 2011
Bria Carder can still go to prom, still hang out with friends at Cardinals football games and still look forward to sitting for her senior pictures. Even while living and attending classes 245 miles away.
World Company hires V.P. of sales, marketing
August 3, 2011
The new vice president of sales and marketing for The World Company’s media division is ready to grow the marketability of the Lawrence company’s newspapers and websites.
Eudora continuing to use shorter school calendar to save money
March 24, 2011
Officials in Eudora public schools are continuing their plans to have longer school days in exchange for a shorter school calendar, all to save money.
Slate set for Eudora school board election
January 25, 2011
Five candidates are competing for four available seats on the Eudora school board, while a sixth candidate is the sole person in line to fill out an unexpired term.
District ponders selling old school site
January 13, 2011
In Eudora, officials are hoping to use an old asset to help bring some much-needed financial relief.
Physician files for seat on Eudora school board
January 7, 2011
Daniel Dickerson, a 46-year-old who lives at 1996 N. 1250 Road, filed earlier this week as a candidate for one of four seats up for election on the Eudora school board.
Pancake feed, auction on Saturday at American Legion to help buy dictionaries for Eudora students
November 3, 2010
The Lawrence Breakfast Optimist Club will conduct its annual pancake feed and silent auction from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the American Legion, 3408 W. Sixth St.
North Lawrence interchange near Kansas Turnpike to reopen Wednesday
October 5, 2010
Six months of waiting finally ends Wednesday morning for drivers who enter and exit the Kansas Turnpike in North Lawrence.
Fields of gold
August 24, 2010
Sunflower time again for Grinter family
County commission agrees to 9 percent property tax increase
July 27, 2010
Douglas County commissioners plan to increase the county’s share of property taxes by 9.12 percent for next year, now that they’ve closed the books on discussions for their 2011 budget.

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