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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Lawrence, Kansas J ournal - W orld ® $ 1.00 LJWorld. com MONDAY • AUGUST 31 • 2015 USA TODAY Europe is struggling with immigration, too. 1B L A W R E N C E Business 5 A Classified 5 C- 10C Comics 4 A Deaths 2 A Events listings 8A, 2C Horoscope 6 A Opinion 7 A Puzzles 6 A Sports 1 C- 4C Television 8A, 2C USA Today 1B- 8B Vol. 157/ No. 243 26 pages Teacher- sponsored school clubs are an evolving and eclectic mix of activities for Lawrence students to pursue after school. Page 3A First Bell Sunny Today’s forecast, page 8A High: 89 Low: 67 INSIDE Join us at Facebook. com/ LJWorld and Twitter. com/ LJWorld 4661 W. 6TH LAWRENCE, KS 785.830.9090 2735 SW WANAMAKER TOPEKA, KS 785.271.0194 SPECIAL FINANCING AVAILABLE^ ^ See store for details www. bigotires. com Mon- Fri 7am- 6pm Sat 7am- 5pm Sun 9am- 4pm ( in Lawrence) Not valid with other offers. One coupon per customer. At participating locations upon presentation of this ad. ( see store for details) Expires 9/ 6/ 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 9/ 6/ 15 Lube, Oil, Filter & Tire Rotation $ 23 95 plus disposal 100 $ 100 * * ON IN- STOCK BIG O BRAND TIRES WITH INSTALLATION PURCHASE I INSTANT SAV I INGS $ $ 100 * * * ** N A T I O NA L A N N I V E R S A R Y S AL E * Valid at participating locations on sets of four Big O branded tires. Installation charges extra. Up to 10% shop fee based on non- discounted retail price, not to exceed $ 35. Disposal fees extra, where permitted. Not valid with other offers. See store for pricing. Sale dates 8/ 17/ 15 – 9/ 7/ 15. Nick Krug/ Journal- World Photo THIS AERIAL VIEW SHOWS KASOLD DRIVE looking northwest as it elbows near the intersection with Harvard Road. There is talk among some city officials about plans to reduce Kasold from four lanes to two lanes between 14th and Eighth streets. By Conrad Swanson Twitter: @ Conrad_ Swanson F uture construction plans for Kasold Drive include a potential “ road diet” for the street, which hasn’t seen a significant increase in traffic over the past two decades, city engineers say. Currently there are two main options for a Kasold Drive construction project slated to begin sometime next year, said Lawrence City Engineer David Cronin. The work involves a complete overhaul of the road stretching from Eighth Street south to 14th Street. “ The two options are to reconstruct the street as we have typically done with a five- lane section,” Cronin said. “ Another option, what we’re calling the ‘ Complete Street Option,’ reduces the five lanes to three, including the center turn lane.” The Complete Street option, reducing traffic from two lanes traveling in each direction to one lane for each direction, is the option city engineers are recommending to city commissioners, Cronin said. Because that option would require fewer resources and qualify City could put Kasold on a ‘ diet’ Engineers recommend lane reduction Please see KASOLD, page 2A Journal- World File Photo Mike West sings during the 2014 Mardi Gras parade in downtown Lawrence. By Conrad Swanson Twitter: @ Conrad_ Swanson When Hurricane Katrina hit the nation’s southern coastline 10 years ago this week, musicians Mike West, his wife and bandmate Katie Euliss and their two children were on tour in Florida. With initial reports trickling in slowly and short of any hard information, West recalls, he and his family originally planned on making their way back to their home in New Orleans. Soon, however, news reports confirmed their fears, West says, as he and his family recognized a shot of their Lower A storm, a journey, a parade 10 years after Katrina, transplanted family still finds shelter in Lawrence Only in Lawrence: A Monday feature highlighting behind- the- scenes stars and unsung heroes who make Lawrence a special place to live. To suggest someone for a feature, email news@ ljworld. com. Put “ Only in Lawrence” in the subject line. Please see STORM, page 2A By Rochelle Valverde Twitter: @ RochelleVerde When Tyson Buhler packed last week for his trip to South Africa, his four suitcases contained some unusual mementos — a Kansas state flag, a photograph of his grandparents’ farm outside Lawrence and a homemade jar of pepper jelly. Also stowed were more than 20 carefully wrapped cocktail glasses. Buhler, a Lawrence native, is competing this week in the United States Bartenders’ Guild World Class finals after winning the national competition in June. Buhler plans to use the Kansas mementos as part of his presentation for the competition’s “ Around the World” challenge, in which each World’s best bartender from Lawrence ? Contributed Photo Please see BEST, page 2A CORNERBACK U Jayhawks’ secondary should take inspiration from those who came before. SPORTS, 1C

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