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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Lawrence, Kansas Thunderstorm Today’s forecast, page 8A High: 75 Low: 59 Business 5 A Classified 4 C- 6C Comics 6 A Deaths 2 A Events listings 8A, 2C Horoscope 8 C Opinion 7 A Puzzles 8 C Sports 1 C- 3C, 7C Television 8A, 2C USA Today 1B- 8B INSIDE Vol. 156/ No. 96 24 pages J ournal - W orld L A W R E N C E ® 75 cents LJWorld. com MONDAY • APRIL 6 • 2015 Join us at Facebook. com/ LJWorld and Twitter. com/ LJWorld Ride- hailing company Uber says it will have to pull out of Kansas if Gov. Sam Brownback signs a bill boosting regulations on its drivers. Page 3A Taxi restrictions Breast milk sold online may be tainted. 1B Produce, dollars stay local at market From the beginning to the end, farrow to finish, Roger Flory said his hogs are local, through and through. Since August 2013, Flory, of Flory Family Farms, has been selling his pork produce at the Lawrence Farmers Market as a “ floating vendor,” but this year Flory said he’s coming back with his own specific stand location. “ As a floater you get there and you don’t know if there’s room for you or where they’re going to put ya,” he said. “ But now the customers can walk right up to us, they know right where we’re at, and that’s a huge benefit.” The Lawrence Farmers Market, which opens Saturday, boasts 80 to 100 independent vendors, said Jack Wilson, a member of the market and owner of Washington Creek Lavender. “ Everything is made or grown locally,” Wilson said. “ It’s unlike a lot of others. You really get to interact with the farmer and the material and the toil of their sweat By Conrad Swanson Twitter: @ Conrad_ Swanson ‘ He loves people, and he loves to help’ Richard Gwin/ Journal- World Photo BISHOP SEABURY TEACHER BILL GOLLIER, a Kansas City native, Kansas University graduate and father of two, says his work around town comes naturally to him, and he’s more than happy to put forth the effort. Bill Gollier, educator with energy T o California native Margie Lawrence, her co- worker, Bill Gollier, is what’s known in the Midwest as “ good people.” For nearly a decade, Gollier a teacher at Bishop Seabury Academy, has been carting students to volunteer opportunities around town. “ He is one of the most beloved teachers on campus,” Lawrence said. “ He has this incredible ability to speak to and engage the boys and girls. He has this affinity for kids, they trust and look up to him.” Each student at Bishop Seabury, 4120 Clinton Parkway, is required to put in 30 hours of community service each year, Lawrence said. And seniors are required to do a 30- hour service project on top of their normal volunteer time. The community service project idea came to the school with Gollier in 2006, Lawrence said, and they’ve never looked back. By Conrad Swanson Twitter: @ Conrad_ Swanson ONLY IN LAWRENCE A Monday feature highlighting the behind- the- scenes stars and unsung heroes who make Lawrence a special place to live. To suggest someone for an Only in Lawrence feature, email news@ ljworld. com. Put Only in Lawrence in the subject line. OPENING SATURDAY Please see GOLLIER, page 2A The vendors buy their fertilizer and seeds in Douglas County, they grow their products in Douglas County, and most of these people are Lawrence people coming to buy.” — Amanda Cook, Lawrence Farmers Market chairwoman “ Please see MARKET, page 2A COUPLES GET OUT OF THEIR SEATS to dance Saturday evening at the Knights of Columbus building, 2206 E. 23rd St. John Young/ Journal- World Photo 10 steps To make your house paint last. Fix- It Chick, 5A After 45 years, dance tradition says goodbye to longtime home Couples two- step across the linoleum dance floor as Arnie Johnson & the Midnight Special provide danceable tunes up on the stage. Others sit at tables conversing, drinking and enjoying the music. Everyone, from teenagers to those in their 90s, has come out this Saturday night, and the hall is more crowded than it’s been in years. But the evening is bittersweet. After 45 years, the Knights of Columbus building at 2206 E. 23rd St. is closing, leaving the dancers in need of a new place to continue their longtime tradition. “ I’ll miss the mood,” says Ron Wright, a patron of the dances for more than two decades. “ When you leave, you feel good.” The Knights of Columbus is getting out of the dance hall business and putting its building up for sale, explains member By McKenna Harford Twitter: @ McKennaHarford Please see DANCE, page 3A Not valid with other offers. One coupon per customer. At participating locations upon presentation of this ad. ( see store for details) Expires 4/ 12 / 15. FREE Alignment Check Not valid with other offers. One coupon per customer. At participating locations upon presentation of this ad. ( see store for details) Expires 4/ 12 / 15. Lube, Oil, Filter & Tire Rotation $ 19 99 plus disposal * Valid at participating locations on select in- stock sets of four Aspen Touring A/ S, Mesa A/ P2, Sumitomo Tour Plus. 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