Lawrence students to restore photos damaged in tornado


LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Students from two Lawrence high schools are offering to digitally restore print photographs that were damaged when a tornado tore through Douglas County.

The large storm last month damaged trees, struck power lines and left a trail of debris on the southeastern edge of Lawrence, making some road impassable. County officials said six people were taken to the Lawrence hospital for injuries sustained in the storm.

Graphic design students at Free State and Lawrence high schools will begin restoring photographs this fall, the Lawrence Journal-World reported . It's unclear...

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