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Knight to leave state
Still unemployed, ex-Hoosier coach says he’ll bolt Indiana after finding a job
October 25, 2000
By Andy Proffet After Bob Knight was fired from Indiana University in September, he said he would coach again. His comments at a charity fund-raiser Tuesday night seemed to reinforce that.
Topeka trying to plan for life after Menninger
Pending move leaves questions unanswered, civic leaders wondering
October 25, 2000
Government and business leaders have begun discussing how to fill the void in providing mental health services after the Menninger Clinic moves. But the discussion is stalled because Menninger officials so far have not been able to say how many of its health professionals will make the move to Houston and how much of a presence, if any, it will maintain in Topeka.
World Series tough to boycott
October 25, 2000
By Bill Thompson Fort Worth Star-Telegram It’s World Series time the time when it is impossible to maintain any semblance of a baseball boycott. It was, in fact, my annual inability to ignore postseason baseball that prompted me to modify my longstanding boycott. It had become painfully obvious that I just plain lacked the willpower to turn my back on the playoffs and World Series.
City Commission Briefs
October 25, 2000
Parking scheme draws criticism Wakarusa fire station gets water hook-up Meeting canceled Park land purchased Traffic signal approved
Officers find bodies of cult death children
October 25, 2000
A man who stonewalled investigators for months about two children missing from his Massachusetts religious sect led a search team Tuesday to two tiny bodies buried deep in the Maine wilderness.
Sideline
October 25, 2000
Baker moves up in poll Ryan hospitalized Jays interview Martinez Chisox GM Schueler resigns
Kansas sophomore Hurst ready to fill in at fullback
October 25, 2000
By Andrew Hartsock David Hurst’s Kansas University football teammates are skeptical of tales of his ball-carrying abilities. “I played fullback my freshman year in high school,” said Hurst, KU’s 6-foot-3, 260-pound, third-year sophomore tight end from Austin, Texas. “I was actually pretty good. I rushed for over 1,000 yards, but no one believes me. I’m going to have to show them tapes, but they still won’t believe it’s me.”
Clemens draws $50,000 fine
Yankees hurler escapes suspension for bat-throwing incident in Game 2
October 25, 2000
New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens was fined $50,000 Tuesday for throwing the jagged barrel of a shattered bat toward New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza in Game 2 of the World Series. Clemens wasn’t ejected for throwing the broken bat in the first inning of Sunday night’s game, and baseball didn’t disclose the amount of the fine. But two baseball officials with knowledge of the fine, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the Associated Press it was $50,000.
Welcome to New York reality
New series humorously attacks Gotham attitudes, stereotypes
October 25, 2000
Sunday afternoon, Jim Gaffigan is on a treadmill at his Greenwich Village health club. Sustaining a fair lope, he studies his script for the next episode of “Welcome to New York” and feels the pain (mostly from the Mets’ losing Game 1 the night before). All work and no play for Gaffigan?
N. Korea to halt arms tests
Kim to restrict weapons program
October 25, 2000
North Korea’s supreme leader assured Secretary of State Madeleine Albright that his country would not conduct any more tests of its Taepodong ballistic missile, Albright said Tuesday as she neared the end of the first trip by a high-ranking U.S. official to North Korea.
Beat goes on in KU class
Longtime Burroughs’ friend to teach course on author
October 25, 2000
William S. Burroughs’ longtime friend will give Kansas University students a peek at his research on the Beat author during a course offered this spring. James Grauerholz, executor of Burroughs’ estate, said the course on the writer’s life and times will be based in part on the Burroughs biography Grauerholz is writing.
Pumpkin as dessert is familiar territory
October 25, 2000
Last week I began a two-part discussion of cooking with pumpkin. Because we dispensed with talk of using pumpkin in an entree or side dish, we can now move onto the more familiar territory of pumpkin desserts.
Helga Kursk
October 25, 2000
Clinton hints at peace talks
October 25, 2000
President Clinton raised the possibility Tuesday of inviting Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to return to Washington separately in one more attempt to break the cycle of bloodshed in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Report challenges Texas test scores
Credibility of Bush’s campaign statement called into question by Rand study
October 25, 2000
A respected think tank released a report Tuesday that raises serious questions about one of Texas Gov. George W. Bush’s key boasts concerning his record on public education that during his tenure the gap in scores between white and minority students on the state’s standardized tests has narrowed dramatically.
Harassment claim surfaces
Sheriff’s candidate confirms ‘95 suspension, says it’s irrelevant to race
October 25, 2000
By Joel Mathis Ron Wilson, candidate for sheriff, is known as a friendly guy. Too friendly, according to a Lawrence woman who says he sexually harassed her when she was a 17-year-old high school intern at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.
Stunning image
October 25, 2000
Journal-World Editorial The image of two West African girls is like a punch in the stomach, a stunning reminder of how fortunate Americans are. Sometimes we forget how lucky we are in the United States. But every once in a while, an image breaks through our complacency and reminds us what it really means to live in a democracy and enjoy the protections it offers to basic human rights.
Woods believes Norman should follow his own advice
October 25, 2000
Greg Norman was among those who said any American who qualified for the Presidents Cup in 2002 and chose not to travel to South Africa would be turning his back on the game.
Landlord sues nonprofit group
Lawsuit says Big Brothers/Big Sisters owes rent; organization disagrees
October 25, 2000
By Joel Mathis George Paley is going after a group of deadbeats who won’t pay him their back rent: Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Douglas County. Paley, the former owner of Natural Way and landlord for a group of downtown buildings, filed suit Monday against the nonprofit organization which responded that Paley had backed out of a late 1999 gentleman’s agreement letting Big Brothers/Big Sisters out of the lease of 733 Mass.
Area Briefs
October 25, 2000
PSU counselor to visit LHS to discuss college ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ anniversary party slated NASA program at KU receives $1 million grant Presentation to focus on disability rights KU India club to have Diwali cultural show Public schools to take part in Make a Difference Day Ceremony to honor Buffalo Soldiers
Serbs agree to share power
October 25, 2000
Former President Slobodan Milosevic’s party opened its last stronghold to democratic forces Tuesday as the Serbian parliament replaced a Socialist-dominated Cabinet with a power-sharing administration to manage Yugoslavia’s main republic until Dec. 23 elections.
Huskers enter showdown on roll
No. 1 Nebraska feels ‘almost indestructable’ before OU meeting
October 25, 2000
No. 1 Nebraska seems to have picked the right time to start playing its best football in a year.
Mets strike back
National League champs cut deficit in Series to 2-1
October 25, 2000
Back in their raucous den, with its ear-splitting music and jets roaring overhead, the New York Mets were right at home and right back in this Subway Series. Benny Agbayani got Shea Stadium shaking with a go-ahead double in the eighth inning as the Mets handed Orlando Hernandez his first postseason defeat, beating the New York Yankees, 4-2, Tuesday night to cut their World Series deficit to 2-1.
Troops increase security threat level
October 25, 2000
American forces in two small Persian Gulf states and in Turkey are on a heightened state of alert because of specific new indications of terrorist threats, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
People, faces & things
October 25, 2000
Whitney gets off Watch the watch A devilish ‘Angel’ Zeta-Jones is in the money Fit for a princess
National Briefs
October 25, 2000
Clinton accuser poses naked Ex-con accused of family murders Oil reserves sent to winning bidders Congress agrees on spending Ex-senator implicated in stock deal
Attack on officer recounted
Defendant thought patrolman was possessed, detective testifies
October 25, 2000
By Joel Mathis Bible-clutching Jeffrey McManaman told investigators he was battling the forces of Satan the day he tried to kill a Lawrence police officer in May. “He said he was immortal and knew he couldn’t be killed, but he had to kill the officer to kill” the spirit he thought possessed the officer’s body, said Lawrence Police Det. Jack Cross during McManaman’s preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Neagle says he deserves nod
Yankees skipper Torre originally considered starting Cone in tonight’s game
October 25, 2000
The way Denny Neagle sees it, starting Game 4 of the World Series is no big deal, even if it seemed that way for a while.
Tidbit
October 25, 2000
Stretch that food dollar
Poor priority
October 25, 2000
Briefly
October 25, 2000
Health department releases list of popular baby names State senators recognized for efforts toward mentally ill KU football player changes his story about shooting Candidates to file reports on financial transactions
Candidates for county commission differ on growth
October 25, 2000
By Joy Ludwig Both candidates for the 2nd District Douglas County Commission seat want voters to know one thing: They are not lifelong politicians. Democratic candidate Dan Gregg is self-employed, a volunteer firefighter and a first-term member of the Eudora City Council. Republican candidate Bob Johnson is the retired CEO of Charlton Manley Inc., a Lawrence insurance company, where he still serves on the board of directors.
News Briefs
October 25, 2000
Mom’s minivan runs over son Teachers vow to strike Friday Robot heart surgery successful Starbucks workers share lottery AOL to release updated software
Artisan Baking’ shares the bounty of Kansas
October 25, 2000
By Jill Hummels It’s hard to be humble. A new book paints the dramatic role Kansas plays, both agriculturally and culinarily, in the crafting of artisan breads. In “Artisan Baking Across America: The Breads, The Bakers, The Best Recipes,” author Maggie Glezer gives the Wheat State more than just a gentle nod of appreciation.
Feast of fright
Playing with your Halloween food can lead to ‘grave’ consequences
October 25, 2000
Wrap up your Halloween party menu with some fun, creepy Yummy Mummy pizzas. Fit for a King-Tut-sized appetite, this clever idea should knock ‘em dead this holiday. Keep it under wraps for a big surprise.
National Briefs
October 25, 2000
Flood victims return to soggy homes Overweight girl to be sent home U.S., Jordan sign free-trade pact Youth supervisor sentenced in fatal crash
Nation Briefs
October 25, 2000
Kerr-McGee pays fine on oil royalties Stock market boosts retirement funds DNA sample identifies rape suspect
Arts notes
October 25, 2000
‘Nosferatu’ matinee features orchestra ‘Boo at the Zoo’ offers family fun
Lions trip Emporia, 2-1
October 25, 2000
Lawrence High picked a fine time to shine. On Tuesday, the Lions opened the Class 6A state soccer playoffs with a 2-1 regional victory over Emporia to snap a four-game losing streak.
Remarkable streak halted
Lawrence High, Free State volleyball absent from state for first time since ‘71
October 25, 2000
By Steve Rottinghaus With Lawrence High and Free State High both falling in sub-state volleyball finals on Saturday, a remarkable run in Kansas prep sports has ended.
Baker moves up in poll
October 25, 2000
Baker University has moved up two slots to No. 15 in this week’s NAIA football poll. The Wildcats, 7-0, began the season unranked.
Kids Voting ready to put youths in ballot box
Mock election is exercise in democracy for thousands of schoolchildren across state, country
October 25, 2000
By Tom Meagher Douglas County Clerk Patty Jaimes asked about 20 people Tuesday night to swear to uphold the United States Constitution and the Kansas Constitution while working in polling places on Election Day.
Truth is, she’s on television
Lawrence resident to appear on ‘To Tell the Truth’ broadcast today
October 25, 2000
By Jan Biles Lawrence resident Cathy Hamilton will be a contestant today on “To Tell the Truth,” a TV game show during which people in odd occupations try to stump a celebrity panel.
Burton’s ‘Nightmare’ is back for Halloween
October 25, 2000
William Friedkin’s “The Exorcist” isn’t the only Halloween-appropriate classic in multiplexes this month. Disney’s 1993 fantasy, “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas,” is getting a 10-day reissue beginning Friday at several theaters.
PBS’ ‘Cora Unashamed’ is a standout
American authors move into ‘Masterpiece Theatre’s’ spotlight
October 25, 2000
“Masterpiece Theatre” discovers America. And not a moment too soon. The first offering of the acclaimed series, “American Collection,” “Cora Unashamed” (8 p.m., PBS, TV-PG) is a powerful drama of class, race and sublimated passion that explodes in a brilliant and shattering final scene.
Short & sweet
October 25, 2000
Schools to infuse holiday spirit throughout the year
Carbo-loading ideal for longer competitions
October 25, 2000
By Susan Krumm Is “carbohydrate loading” important before competition? According to nutrition specialists, a specific “carbohydrate-loading diet plan” shouldn’t be needed if the competition is less than 90 minutes of continuous activity. A limiting factor for increasing muscle mass is calories, not protein.
KC grapples with drunken drivers
Stiffer laws include impounding vehicles, installing interlock devices
October 25, 2000
A commission formed to find solutions to drunken driving problems here has made several recommendations, including mandatory jail time or participation in a treatment program for second-time offenders.
Mayor files libel lawsuit
Recall proponents, Liberal newspaper named as defendants
October 25, 2000
Mayor Ivanhoe Love Jr. has filed a libel lawsuit naming the local newspaper, a reporter, and people who carried a petition seeking Love’s recall including Vice Mayor Jimmie Caffey.
Driving danger
October 25, 2000
Micro-event
October 25, 2000
Art not just simple property
October 25, 2000
By Mike Hoeflich Kansas University School of Law This semester I am teaching a course at the law school on “Law & the Visual Arts,” which explores the legal aspects of representing artists, collectors, and museums. It is a course I am particularly fond of because it permits me to combine my interest in art with my legal expertise.
Graves responds
October 25, 2000
Musical clash
October 25, 2000
Old Home Town - 100 Years Ago Today
October 25, 2000
Gore must accept Clinton’s help
October 25, 2000
By Sandy Grady Philadelphia Daily News Bubba hangs by the phone, but Al never calls, never sends an e-mail, never chats, never says, “Hey, Big Guy, how’m I doing?” Nothing but silence. Worst of all, Al Gore isn’t asking Bill Clinton to campaign for him. That’s dumb. That’s Gore’s ego and running-scared advisers at work. That’s self-destructive.
Briefcase
October 25, 2000
Commercial Federal reports net loss Sauer-Danfoss gets familiar executive High prices boost oil companies’ profits
Daily Ticker
October 25, 2000
Fuel prices drive up costs for 2001 wheat crop
October 25, 2000
High fuel prices are increasing the cost of field work and fertilizer, forcing farmers to invest more in the 2001 wheat crop than they did for this year’s harvest. That could drive the break-even price per bushel for next year’s harvest above expected market prices.
Xerox plans to cut jobs
Company announces third-quarter loss
October 25, 2000
Struggling business machines maker Xerox Corp. on Tuesday reported a $167 million third-quarter loss and said it planned to eliminate jobs and sell assets to get back in the black. The company said it planned a $1 billion cost-cutting program, including an unspecified number of layoffs, and the sale of some $2 billion to $4 billion in assets.
Labor market still tight
Area, state jobless rates dip in September, but tick up from 1999
October 25, 2000
The state’s economy isn’t providing any surprises, just steady growth and a tight labor market. The state’s unemployment rate decreased slightly in September, to 3.2 percent, down from 3.3 percent in August, the Department of Human Resources said Tuesday. The rate was 2.8 percent in September 1999.
Fake loan applications land former worker in prison
October 25, 2000
An Arkansas City woman was sentenced in federal court Tuesday to 40 months in prison without parole for applying for fake loans from her employer.
Kansas radio pioneer dies
Broadcaster collapses at KIND control board
October 25, 2000
Kansas broadcasting pioneer J. Nelson Rupard died after collapsing at the control board of the station he put on the air in 1947. Rupard, president of Central Broadcasting Inc., owner of radio stations KIND-AM and FM in Independence, died Monday, his 88th birthday. His wife, Frances, said her husband was stricken while doing a regular show featuring older Broadway hits and jazz.
Attorneys out to protect turf
Bar Assn. asks Supreme Court to overturn restriction in small claims cases
October 25, 2000
Two years ago, the Legislature enacted a law to help businesses collect small debts more quickly and efficiently by avoiding lawyers and district courts. The Kansas Bar Assn. now wants the Kansas Supreme Court to declare that law unconstitutional. The justices heard arguments in two cases Tuesday. One is a lawsuit filed by the association directly with the Supreme Court.
Penske returning to Indy?
Team owner to decide whether to enter 500 again
October 25, 2000
The Brickyard wall separating open-wheel racing’s two major series might be crumbling even more. Car owner Roger Penske, whose drivers have won the Indianapolis 500 a record 10 times, will decide within the next few months whether to enter the race for the first time since 1995.
Fixed temperatures mandated for classrooms
October 25, 2000
By Tim Carpenter Students and teachers in Lawrence schools will soon experience changing seasons from the discomfort of their classrooms. The school board unanimously agreed Monday to start an energy conservation program by mandating minimum and maximum thermostat settings in schools. “We’re not going to have anybody showing up in shorts,” said board member Scott Morgan.
Transit recommendations OK’d
City commission accepts plans for bus transfer station, moratorium on advertising
October 25, 2000
By Kendrick Blackwood When Lawrence Transit System begins service around the end of this year, passengers will change buses at Ninth and Massachusetts streets and there will be no advertisements on the buses’ inside or out.
Jennie Thompson
October 25, 2000
NBA briefs
October 25, 2000
Clippers exercise options on Olowokandi Skinner Spurs waive Carrawell Joe Smith awaits decision on contract Bailey cut by Bulls Hawks scout dies
Flyers snap losing skid
Philadelphia tips Rangers; Sharks nip Hurricanes
October 25, 2000
The Philadelphia Flyers liked their start a lot more than their finish. In the end, they wound up with a much needed victory.
Orlando looks like contender
Magic lone unbeaten in NBA preseason while leading league in scoring
October 25, 2000
Maybe this is the season the edge in the intrastate rivalry tilts back toward the Orlando Magic
Can Cyclones replace Fizer?
October 25, 2000
Last season was great, but it’s over. This is a brand new season for Iowa State’s basketball team, and coach Larry Eustachy is trying to drive that point home.
Minnesota escapes tourney ban
Golden Gophers elated to learn NCAA Tournament remains realistic goal
October 25, 2000
What was described as one of the worst cases of academic fraud in 20 years cost the Minnesota athletic department four years probation and five men’s basketball scholarships.
Recruit Sampson likely to pick Cal
California high school center clarifies comments about Kansas
October 25, 2000
By Gary Bedore Jamal Sampson had some Kansas University men’s basketball fans shaking their collective heads on Tuesday. Sampson, a 6-foot-10 high school senior center from Santa Ana, Calif., told the Journal-World he’d sliced his list of prospective schools to two Cal-Berkeley and Saint Louis U.
Divers try to enter sunken Russian sub
October 25, 2000
With a storm in the Barents Sea calming down, an international team of divers on Tuesday resumed efforts to cut into the sunken Russian nuclear submarine Kursk and recover remains of the crew, officials said.
Junta leader claims victory
Protesters demand fair elections in Ivory Coast
October 25, 2000
Security forces fired on unarmed demonstrators in Ivory Coast on Tuesday, as thousands took to the streets after the military junta leader declared himself the winner of presidential elections intended to restore civilian rule. At least one person was killed.
World Briefs
October 25, 2000
Soldiers killed in ammunition blast Famed temple damaged by rains
Goodyear tires investigated
October 25, 2000
A series of tire failures similar to the ones that have plagued Bridgestone/Firestone also have afflicted light-truck tires manufactured by Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., killing at least eight people but so far drawing little attention from federal safety regulators.
On the record
October 25, 2000
Fans miss late comeback by Jets
October 25, 2000
Plenty of people tuned away from “Monday Night Football” before one of the greatest comebacks in NFL history, leaving the show with a rating 19 percent below Week 8 last year.
Bears’ QB McNown hopes for early return
October 25, 2000
While doctors say it will take four to six weeks for Cade McNown’s separated shoulder to heal, the Chicago Bears quarterback has other ideas.
Budget surplus tops $237 billion
October 25, 2000
Flush with tax revenues from a booming economy, the federal government posted a record $237 billion surplus for the budget year that ended in September, the Clinton administration announced Tuesday.
Warner expected to miss 4-6 weeks following surgery
October 25, 2000
St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner is expected to miss five to six weeks after undergoing surgery Tuesday to repair the broken little finger on his throwing hand.
Carnahan widow may eye Senate seat
October 25, 2000
A movement is under way among Missouri Democrats to install Gov. Mel Carnahan’s widow in the Senate seat he was seeking when he was killed in a plane crash. Missouri’s new governor, Democrat Roger Wilson, said Tuesday that he has offered to appoint Jean Carnahan to the Senate if her late husband gets more votes than his opponent, Republican Sen. John Ashcroft.
Chiefs ready to take to the road
Five of Kansas City’s next six games will be played away from Arrowhead Stadium
October 25, 2000
Schedule-wise, the easy part’s over for Kansas City.
County Brief
October 25, 2000
County offers support for stricter dog laws
Center’s new manager catches her breath
October 25, 2000
By Mike Belt Michelle Heller had little time to adjust to the new surroundings late this summer when she started as manager of the Roger Hill Volunteer Center. The annual Day of Caring was only a month away and planning needed to be completed. The Kids Voting program awaited her attention in the fall.
Commission poised to approve rule changes for rural businesses
October 25, 2000
By Joy Ludwig Action tonight by the Douglas County Commission could stop the phone calls that are flooding Douglas County’s zoning and codes office about proposed home occupation rules. “We have been abso-lutely swam-ped,” said zoning and codes di-rector Keith Dabney. “The phones are constantly busy. People are panicking and overreacting.”
Air Force braces for Irish
October 25, 2000
Scott Becker has felt the goose bumps, felt the hair on the back of his neck stand on end. Notre Dame Stadium can do that to a middle school kid who loves football. So what if popcorn was his ticket in?
Swagger back for Sooners
October 25, 2000
A couple days after Oklahoma beat Kansas State, a columnist from the Wichita Eagle wrote about his unfortunate prediction that the Wildcats would win fairly easily.
Restitution for slavery needed, Bond says
NAACP leader sounds call for payments to blacks
October 25, 2000
By Erwin Seba Reparations must be paid to American blacks for centuries of slavery and decades of legalized discrimination, civil rights leader Julian Bond said Tuesday. Bond’s comments came during a question-and-answer session with students at Kansas University. “If your grandparents owned slaves or not, you are a beneficiary of slavery,” Bond told the 47 white people in the audience.
Players wait for D.A. decision
Allegations of assault could turn into charges against football team members
October 25, 2000
By Joel Mathis Prosecutors will decide this week whether to charge two Kansas University football players accused of sexually assaulting a soccer player in March outside a Lawrence club. Lawrence Police Det. M.T. Brown said Tuesday that officers had forwarded the results of their nearly six-month investigation to prosecutors late Monday. Brown would not discuss the findings.
Agbayani comes through
October 25, 2000
The player who wasn’t supposed to be in the lineup got the hit that put the New York Mets back in the World Series.
School standoff ends with teen’s surrender
October 25, 2000
An armed teen-ager briefly held a classroom full of children and a teacher hostage Tuesday at his former elementary school before surrendering to authorities. No one was injured. The former student at Pioneer Elementary School gave up after talking with members of a police SWAT team, police spokesman Matt Brown said. The standoff lasted about an hour.
College campus crime statistics posted online
October 25, 2000
The government is putting campus crime statistics for 6,700 colleges and universities, including Kansas University, on the Internet, but making realistic comparisons among schools may be nearly impossible.
Uninsured adults missing health care
October 25, 2000
Alarmingly high numbers of uninsured adults aren’t getting needed medical care, and the problem is especially severe among those not in good health, Harvard researchers say. The findings contradict the notion that the nation’s uninsured can get needed services through various “safety net” measures, the researchers wrote in today’s Journal of the American Medical Assn.
Shuttle glides home to California
October 25, 2000
Space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts landed in California’s Mojave Desert on Tuesday after dangerously high wind prevented a touchdown in Florida for the third day in a row.
U.S. weighs retaliation
October 25, 2000
With U.S. officials increasingly confident that they will soon determine who bombed the warship Cole, policy-makers and national security officials here are beginning to consider how best to meet President Clinton’s vow to hold the perpetrators “accountable.”
Impervious Web music security doesn’t exist
October 25, 2000
A group of researchers claims to have defeated four different technologies being developed to prevent computer users from listening to copyright music for free. Researchers at Princeton University, Xerox PARC and Rice University said they were able to remove invisible security measures placed on four music files by the Secure Digital Media Initiative a group of 200 music, telecommunications and consumer electronic companies.
Sex pranks at work? No, state says
Kansas employers should learn lesson from lottery incident, attorney notes
October 25, 2000
By Dave Ranney If they’re smart, Kansas employers will learn a lesson from the recent shenanigans at the Kansas Lottery. “When there’s sex involved, there really isn’t any ‘innocent fun’ in the workplace. Not anymore,” said Barbara Girard, an attorney with the Kansas Humans Rights Commission. Girard met Tuesday with about 100 representatives of Lawrence-area businesses and government agencies.
Tiger to tackle tour once again
When last seen playing for money, Woods conquered Canadian Open field
October 25, 2000
Just because the Presidents Cup is over doesn’t mean the end of team golf for the rest of the year.
Nation Briefs
October 25, 2000
Boy dies, grandma hurt when boat sinks rapidly Federal inmate seeks lifting of death penalty Surgeon convicted of wife’s murder
National Briefs
October 25, 2000
Hostage-taker sent to solitary confinement Treasure-hunter leaves court battle Tattoo ban labeled unconstitutional