Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s top executive has received a more than $100,000 bonus that has boosted his compensation by more than 25 percent for the year. The LMH Board of Trustees on Wednesday evening agreed to raise LMH president and CEO Russ Johnson’s base salary by 3 percent to $468,650. But the board also agreed to pay Johnson $113,295 in “variable compensation” for meeting certain performance goals and criteria that had been set in 2017.
Lawrence has about 900 reasons why it may have an advantage in creating prosperous business relationships with China, a top representative of the Chinese government said Wednesday during a Lawrence visit. There are about 900 Chinese residents enrolled at the University of Kansas, and they represent a unique opportunity for Lawrence, said Hong Lei, a consul general for the People’s Republic of China.
My truck now has more sand and salt than a Miami Beach margarita bar. With the winter crud continuing to pile up, maybe it would be easier just to buy a new vehicle than wash an old one. One local dealership may be thinking along those lines. Lawrence Kia has filed plans to close the car wash adjacent to its 23rd Street business and use the space to significantly expand its dealership. Lawrence Kia, 1225 E. 23rd St., has owned the 23rd Street car wash immediately west of its dealership since 2013.
Lawrence school district totals:
Two other names were on the ballot but the candidates had dropped out of the race. Hayhurst: 2,079, Wallace 1,636
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