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DNA evidence in Shannon Martin case arrives in U.S.
July 2, 2001
(Updated Monday at 2:11 p.m.) A spokeswoman for the Costa Rican ambassador to the United States told the Journal-World Monday that DNA evidence collected as part of the Shannon Martin murder investigation has arrived in the United States for analysis at the FBI crime lab in Washington, D.C.
SALARIES Districts study compensation ––— Basehor-Linwood educators anticipate largest increase in Lawrence area
July 2, 2001
tcarpenter@ljworld.com Teachers in Basehor-Linwood schools will soon have new reason to celebrate paydays.
WKD-Former protesters plan reunion
July 2, 2001
dranney@ljworld.com The Sixties and early Seventies were raucous times at Kansas University and campuses across the nation as the United States grappled with the Vietnam War, civil rights and a new wave of feminism.
7-2 How much would you be willing to pay to use an ATM?
July 2, 2001
How much would you be willing to pay to use an ATM? Ben Kinzie,
Radio free Web
July 2, 2001
Scripps Howard News Service www.winamp.com
International Fulbright students arrive in Lawrence
July 2, 2001
mmhess@ljworld.com Twenty-four international Fulbright students will call Lawrence and Kansas University home for the next six weeks as they participate in a language and cultural orientation.
(breakout box) - 1960s KU reunion
July 2, 2001
Reunion list To have your name added to the reunion’s electronic mailing list, contact Dennis Bosley, aabdob@bosleys.org
Lawrence Track club soundoff
July 2, 2001
I have an 11-year-old daughter who would like to get into the Lawrence Track Club, who can I contact about that? Denis Yoder, the director of the track club, can be reached at 749-7271 or via e-mail at dyatlks@aol.com.
Violence flares on several fronts in Middle East
July 2, 2001
Israeli warplanes roared into neighboring Lebanon and struck a Syrian army anti-aircraft position Sunday, triggering an artillery and mortar duel with Syrian-backed Hezbollah guerrillas along Israel’s northern border and inflaming tensions throughout the Middle East.
Sony offers a tube for your tube
Video recording system package, DVD add entertainment options
July 2, 2001
Whoever at Sony hatched its newest idea in digital video convergence likely figured: “So many people are spending so much time glued to their personal computers, we might as well include a television.”
Robots may soon field military’s call
Officials hope armored machines will help save lives and money
July 2, 2001
In wartime, one of the most perilous assignments is to walk the point taking the lead on patrol. The enemy can shoot a point man dead without warning. Soon, the soldier walking point could be a robot.
World briefs
July 2, 2001
Pinochet in hospital after dental surgery Fire extinguished aboard passenger ferry Grenade left from war explodes, kills teen American flag flies at Sandinista rally
NOW president sets agenda
July 2, 2001
The newly elected president of the National Organization for Women said Sunday she wants to get more supporters of women’s rights into political office and to prevent “right-wing political extremists” from receiving federal court appointments.
Improved fertility test brings high expectations
July 2, 2001
Scientists are developing a new home fertility test kit for couples, designed to give a more accurate early warning sign of possible problems. About one in six couples have trouble conceiving. Experts say the new his-and-hers test kit, Fertell, while certainly not definitive, could flag more difficulties than current home tests, prompting would-be parents to see a specialist earlier than they otherwise might.
Gasoline prices: Pump patrol tracks down lowest prices in Lawrence
July 2, 2001
The Journal-World has found a Lawrence-area gasoline price as low as $1.169 a gallon at Citgo, Ninth and Iowa streets.
Politicians scramble to save Northern Ireland government
July 2, 2001
Britain and Northern Ireland’s rival politicians pledged to rescue the province’s Catholic-Protestant administration after its leader resigned Sunday over the IRA’s refusal to disarm. Ulster Unionist Party chief David Trimble defended his decision to quit as the coalition’s senior minister, arguing this was the only way left to compel the Irish Republican Army to start scrapping its weapons, as the Good Friday peace accord of 1998 envisaged.
Pettitte in top form
Yanks’ lefty stifles Tampa upon return from DL
July 2, 2001
Andy Pettitte didn’t hold back on his return from the disabled list.
Washington rolls over Orlando, 76-64
July 2, 2001
Vicky Bullett matched her career high with 24 points and Washington scored the first 15 points of the second half in a 76-64 victory over Orlando on Sunday.
Biffle first in Busch race
July 2, 2001
Rookie Greg Biffle held on over the final 15 laps Sunday to win his third NASCAR Busch series event, the GNC Live Well 250 at The Milwaukee Mile.
7-2 spy breakout
July 2, 2001
Spyware sites For more on spyware — what it is and how to combat it — check out these Web sites:
7-2 game reviews
July 2, 2001
Cool Boarders 2001 Platform: PlayStation 2
s New rail
July 2, 2001
w/AP photo Internet poised to revolutionize voice communications
The Mag: Rammstein box
July 2, 2001
What: Rammstein, Godhead, Crossbreed When: 7 p.m. Wednesday
City basketball standings
July 2, 2001
City Standings Men’s Sunday: Captains 5-0, Westside 3-1, HPBC 3-2, Big Breakfast 1-4, Elite 8 Ballers 0-5.
Ruth Nicholas obit
July 2, 2001
Ruth Nicholas Services for Ruth M. Nicholas, 80, Lawrence, are pending and will be announced by Warren-McElwain Mortuary.
COMMENT Tax breaks abound for college savers if they can beat confusion
July 2, 2001
For people saving for their children’s education, the new tax law just rearranged the landscape. Tax favors rained down from heaven — on college savers and also on people saving for private elementary and high school. The only trouble with having more choices is that they complicate your life. You might wind up spending your tax savings on an accountant, to figure out which deal is best.
Healthy Davenport back on track
July 2, 2001
This is a gossipy sport, so you hear things and Lindsay Davenport heard just about all of them this spring as she stayed home in California, trying to rehabilitate an injured knee.
Philadelphia trims the fat
Diet challenge issued in nation’s ‘biggest’ city
July 2, 2001
Like any worth-his-salt Philadelphian, Officer Juan “Ace” Delgado likes cheesesteaks. A lot. And like many Philadelphians, years of savoring those deliciously greasy, cheesy, meaty sandwiches have taken their toll.
Summer school rising to meet higher standards
July 2, 2001
As fourth-graders citywide splashed in municipal swimming pools last week, Tifphany Cantey sat in a rock-hard chair, her slender legs crossed under the desk as she flipped through a paperback book, trying to remember what she had just learned about rivers.
Protesters try but fail to disrupt EU meeting
July 2, 2001
With helicopters circling overhead, riot police clad in black, full-body armor faced off against masked protesters Sunday as European political and business leaders opened an economic summit.
Future still bleak for Serbs
July 2, 2001
Aleksandar Jakov prods the branches of the linden tree with a coat hanger to loosen its yellow blossoms, struggling to gather flowers for tea and save the equivalent of a dollar.
Newspaper from July 13, 1951
July 2, 2001
Randolph may go pro
July 2, 2001
Shavlik Randolph no longer has one huge decision to make in the next 10 months. He has two.
What’s new
July 2, 2001
Internet set to revolutionize voice communications ‘Star Wars’ DVD no longer phantom Callaway, IBM link up on high-tech golf cart
Nation briefs
July 2, 2001
Bus driver faces 46 charges in crash Mild earthquakes felt in Spokane Survey studies child drownings Father kills two sons before police end attack
Nation briefs
July 2, 2001
Train rams car, killing five Powerball jackpot rises Killer prostitute not sorry Teen romance raise eyebrows
WKD Tonganoxie appeals to people who want small-town life
July 2, 2001
jludwig@ljworld.com Tonganoxie — This little town down the road from Kansas City on U.S. Highway 24-40 has become a magnet for young families and empty-nesters fleeing big-city life.
The Great Flood
July 2, 2001
By Bill Mayer The Great Flood of 1951 in Kansas and Missouri was the costliest catastrophe of its kind in local area history. Damage in property was estimated at a billion dollars or more, at 1951 financial levels. More than 40 lives were lost leading up to and following “Black Friday,” July 13, 1951.
Fantasy life is out of control
July 2, 2001
By Tony Kornheiser Creators Syndicate A suffocating heat hung over the downtown streets like a heavy woolen blanket, sucking all the air out of the city. As I stopped to mop the sweat off my forehead, a bus backfired and I instinctively felt the urge to dive for cover like I did back when I was in-country and heard the crack-crack-crack of gunfire.
Historic horse lives on at local exhibit
Legendary mount Comanche still serving at KU museum 125 years after Battle of Little Bighorn
July 2, 2001
In life he survived the Ku Klux Klan, moonshiners and American Indians. In death, he survived college pranks, crude conditions and a near drowning.
People
July 2, 2001
Mr. Mom On the move Nothing hokey about it Childhood confessional
Sinclair column for Monday
July 2, 2001
I’ve got a confession to make: I had no idea where Fresno was before making my trek there this weekend. OK, I knew it was in California, and suspected it was in Southern California, but other than that it might as well have been West Lafayette, Ind., or Ruston, La. — my two previous business trips, by the way.
Damron dies after crash
July 2, 2001
Professional motorcycle racer Robert Damron died Saturday in a collision while racing at the Perris Auto Speedway. He was 36.
Memories of the 1951 Flood
July 2, 2001
7-2Stauffer press conference
July 2, 2001
mmhess@ljworld.com Brutus, a 12-year-old German Shepherd, lost his best friend and caretaker when Kansas University student Shannon Martin was killed in Costa Rica.
Bonds doubles in Giants’ victory
San Francisco slugger walks three times in return to lineup
July 2, 2001
While Barry Bonds waited for No. 40, Calvin Murray embraced No. 4.
6News report: Mother ‘outraged’ about Costa Rican investigation
July 2, 2001
How will the evidence in the slaying of Kansas University student Shannon Martin be used by Costa Rican officials?
Michael Schumacher rolls
July 2, 2001
Michael Schumacher earned his 50th career victory by outrunning brother Ralf on Sunday in the French Grand Prix, leaving Michael one win short of Alain Prost’s record of 51.
RPM 2Night airs this week from Kansas Speedway
July 2, 2001
Starting Monday, RPM 2Night, the half-hour nightly motorsports show on ESPN, will broadcast all this week from Kansas Speedway and focus on the track’s upcoming races. Saturday’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 and Sunday’s Indy Racing Northern Light Series Ameristar Casino Indy 200 and Dayton Indy Lights Championship Kansas 100 will be featured.
Little drama in Wimbledon’s first week
July 2, 2001
The player with the most engaging personality at Wimbledon can be dull to watch, and he knows it.
Local sports briefs
July 2, 2001
Kansas All-Stars fall Two Lawrence women earn SSG gold medals
Raiders advance, 5-0
Brown shuts down Missouri squad
July 2, 2001
Eric Brown scattered six hits and the Lawrence Raiders took advantage of five errors to blank Willard, Mo., 5-0, on Sunday in the Enid Fourth of July Invitational baseball tournament. Brown, a Baldwin native who won the Class 4A state javelin title last May, fanned two and boosted his record to 2-0 with the help of three double plays in the game shortened to five innings by the run rule.
Franchitti wins on fumes
Cleveland GP winner holds off Gidley at finish line
July 2, 2001
At the finish line, Dario Franchitti’s fuel gauge and rearview mirrors flashed red.
Fleisher wins first major
July 2, 2001
A year after losing a final-round lead to a red-hot rival, Bruce Fleisher won the U.S. Senior Open by a stroke Sunday for his first major title as Jack Nicklaus and other challengers fell off the pace.
Kansas City demotes Febles
July 2, 2001
Second baseman Carlos Febles, in the midst of a 7-for-40 slump, was optioned to Triple-A Omaha by the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. Infielder Luis Ordaz, who had been at Omaha on a rehabilitation assignment, was activated from the 15-day disabled list to replace Febles.
KC clubs Cleveland
Royals win sixth straight game, 13-11
July 2, 2001
Not even John Rocker could save the Cleveland Indians’ battered pitching staff from the Kansas City Royals. Mike Sweeney, Carlos Beltran and Raul Ibanez all homered for the third consecutive game as the Royals outslugged Cleveland 13-11 Sunday for their season-high sixth straight win.
Bohl left mark on Fresno campus
July 2, 2001
By Rob Sinclair I’ve got a confession to make: I had no idea where Fresno was before making my trek there this weekend. OK, I knew it was in California, and suspected it was in Southern California, but other than that it might as well have been West Lafayette, Ind., or Ruston, La. my two previous business trips, by the way.
Mickelson bounces back to win Hartford
Veteran golfer puts recent failures behind him with visualization technique
July 2, 2001
Phil Mickelson used his new mental approach to perfection in the Greater Hartford Open. He’ll have to wait for the British Open to test it on a major stage. Booming long drives and staying out of trouble, Mickelson shot a 2-under-par 68 on Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Billy Andrade at the muggy TPC at River Highlands.
Joseph Lemos
July 2, 2001
Melvin Ray Hodson
July 2, 2001
Ruth Nicholas
July 2, 2001
Area briefs
July 2, 2001
Two killed in collision on Missouri highway Statewide conference on horizon for VFW KU MedWest offers inheritance seminar
A.I.’ finds intelligent life at the box office, takes in $30 million
July 2, 2001
For a change, intelligence prevailed at the box office.
Contract talks between actors, producers intensifying
July 2, 2001
With their old contract having expired, Hollywood actors and producers were back at the bargaining table amid signs of intensifying talks to avert an industry-crippling strike.
Huckleberry Finn’ story changes
New edition of classic tale continues quest for ‘definitive’ version
July 2, 2001
This summer, a new book continues the adventures of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
On the money
July 2, 2001
Cutting back on energy use is one sure way a person can bring down utility costs. But having a home equipped with proper windows and low-energy appliances likewise can alleviate the shock of the monthly power bill.
Lawmakers pour on tax breaks for college savers, add confusion
July 2, 2001
For people saving for their children’s education, the new tax law just rearranged the landscape. Tax favors rained down from heaven on college savers and also on people saving for private elementary and high school. The only trouble with having more choices is that they complicate your life. You might wind up spending your tax savings on an accountant, to figure out which deal is best.
Tips to buying, building a home
July 2, 2001
Building your own home or buying a house in a development that does not yet exist is a much different experience than buying a pre-existing home. Consider these tips: Get to know the area you’ve chosen. Visit the city or county land-planning office and inquire about proposals for nearby housing developments and other construction projects.
Avalanche re-sign Sakic, Roy, Blake
Sabres trade Hasek to Red Wings for Kozlov; Turgeon signs with Stars
July 2, 2001
If Colorado fails to successfully defend its Stanley Cup title next season, Avalanche fans won’t be able to say the front office let the best players get away. The Avalanche re-signed Joe Sakic, Patrick Roy and Rob Blake to multiyear contracts, beating a midnight deadline that would have made them unrestricted free agents able to negotiate with any NHL team. They would have been among the most attractive players in the free-agent market.
Bohl must rejuvenate KU football
Would new Jayhawk athletics director considering bringing back Glen Mason?
July 2, 2001
Now that Al Bohl has been hired as athletics director at Kansas, we can get down to the really fun stuff. Who will be the Jayhawks’ new football coach in 2002?
Savings dwindle under markets
Parents seek other ways to pay for children’s college education
July 2, 2001
Annie and Tony Jose were on a good track saving for the college educations of their two children. Then the roaring stock market went into a severe skid early last year.
Video game reviews
July 2, 2001
Cool Boarders 2001 Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX
Broadcasts take to airwaves via Internet
World Wide Web expands radio broadcast possibilities
July 2, 2001
From 1995 to 1998, Jonathan Jay and his friends ran a pirate radio station in Seattle. But it wasn’t easy. “I got tired of being chased by the FCC when all I just wanted was to play music and talk to my friends,” Jay said.
Beware the spyware
Stealthlike programs sneak on PCs to track online use
July 2, 2001
Is your computer harboring a secret spy? Could be, especially if you’ve been downloading a lot of freeware or shareware programs.
Victim’s mother awaits DNA testing, threatens boycott
July 2, 2001
By Matt Merkel-Hess Brutus, a 12-year-old German Shepherd, lost his best friend and caretaker when Kansas University student Shannon Martin was killed in Costa Rica. The dog, at 80 pounds, weighed almost as much as the 5-foot-4, 102-pound Martin. But that didn’t stop her from taking the dog everywhere she went.
Small-town appeal fuels big-time growth
July 2, 2001
By Joy Ludwig This little town down the road from Kansas City on U.S. Highway 24-40 has become a magnet for young families and empty-nesters fleeing big-city life. Located 13 miles northeast of Lawrence, Tonganoxie is experiencing a population boom. The U.S. Census Bureau reports the city grew 16 percent between 1990 and 2000, from 2,347 to 2,728 in 2000. Building permits have spiked as developers put up homes and businesses for newcomers such as the Bothwell family.
Stockholders demand accountability for Western Resources’ financial woes
July 2, 2001
With Western Resources’ annual meeting approaching, frustrated stockholders are blaming bad management decisions for causing stock values to drop. One stockholder says he doesn’t plan to attend the July 10 meeting in Joplin, Mo. However, Roy Lacoursiere is considering a protest at the Topeka home of David Wittig, Western’s chairman, president and chief executive officer.
Faith binds parents of killer, murdered KU alumna
July 2, 2001
Lawrence and Gayle Watkins sat in the courtroom day after day, hearing details of how their daughter was stabbed on a Brooklyn street with a 10-inch kitchen knife, killed for the $8 she had in her bag.
Modern slavery goes unnoticed
July 2, 2001
By Bill Ferguson Warner Robins (Ga.) Daily Sun You really have to be able to shut down all sense of logic and justice to swallow much of what passes for politically correct thinking these days. This is particularly true when it comes to certain sensitive topics involving race or ethnicity.
Coach clean-up
July 2, 2001
Commuter rail
July 2, 2001
J-W Editorials A commuter rail line could be a viable transportation alternative for people traveling between Topeka, Lawrence and Kansas City. Those favoring development of a commuter rail system between Topeka and Kansas City should continue to press for additional study of this idea.
Local briefs
July 2, 2001
Lawrence museum tapped by National Park Service Watkins Community Museum of History was recently designated as a National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom facility. The designation provides the museum with national recognition and admittance to the program’s Web site database. Network to Freedom recognizes facilities in the U.S. that meet criteria set by the National Park Service and that make a significant contribution to understanding Underground Railroad history. Watkins has exhibits, photos, books and documents of the Underground Railroad in Douglas County. _______________ Universities: Consultants to evaluate Kansas higher education Topeka Consultants hired by the Kansas Board of Regents to do a study on higher education will be visiting the state several times. Officials with the Northern Education Research Center of Olympia, Wash., were awarded a $125,000 contract to make recommendations on improving the higher education system in Kansas. Their report is due later this year. As part of the study, the consultants will visit with numerous state leaders, including Gov. Bill Graves. They also will visit officials at all public universities, community colleges and technical schools. _______________ Community: Center expanding volunteer opportunity information The Roger Hill Volunteer Center is offering a new service for Lawrence residents looking to do some service of their own. The center, sponsored by the Douglas County United Way, now lists more than 200 service opportunities on its Web site. By going to www.rhvc.org, one can access volunteer work descriptions and contact information from 100 nonprofit agencies. For those without Internet access, the center suggests using the library’s free computer services. The center also can provide printed copies of volunteer opportunities. For more information, call the Roger Hill Volunteer Center, 2518 Ridge Court, at 865-5030. _______________ Gasoline prices: Pump patrol tracks down lowest prices in Lawrence The Journal-World has found a Lawrence-area gasoline price as low as $1.169 a gallon at Citgo, Ninth and Iowa streets. If you find a lower price, please call us at 832-7154. Be prepared to leave the name of the business, the address and the price. Or go to www.ljworld .com/section/gasoline to join our Pump Patrol message board.
International Fulbright students arrive in Lawrence
Scholars from around the world to get acquainted with American culture, English language at KU
July 2, 2001
By Matt Merkel-Hess Twenty-four international Fulbright students will call Lawrence and Kansas University home for the next six weeks as they participate in a language and cultural orientation. By late afternoon Sunday, nine already had arrived at Naismith Hall, where they will be staying.
Teacher pay raises run gamut
Basehor-Linwood educators to receive twice as much as those in Lawrence
July 2, 2001
By Tim Carpenter Teachers in Basehor-Linwood schools soon will have new reason to celebrate paydays. Their school board popped for the largest increase in teacher compensation for 2001-2002 among public school districts in the Lawrence area. At 9.2 percent, Basehor-Linwood’s package is nearly double the Lawrence district’s 4.7 percent raise in salary and benefits.
Time magazine names its picks of best entertainers
July 2, 2001
What do a toothy Julia Roberts, a sullen Sean Penn and a soulful Lucinda Williams have in common? They rank as the people who represent, according to Time magazine, the “highest quality” entertainers.
High-tech cameras monitor Tampa crowds
July 2, 2001
Tampa is using high-tech security cameras to scan the city’s streets for people wanted for crimes, a law enforcement tactic that some liken to Big Brother.
Hong Kong marks fourth anniversary of handover
July 2, 2001
Hong Kong celebrated its fourth anniversary under Chinese rule Sunday with a solemn flag-raising ceremony and an official concert, but hundreds of protesters also took to the streets to demand greater democracy.
Friends and neighbors
July 2, 2001
Classic’ character limited, tiresome
July 2, 2001
By George Will Washington Post Writers Group If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don’t feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth.
African dust brings germs, fungi across Atlantic Ocean
July 2, 2001
Dust from the African deserts is bringing germs and fungi across the Atlantic.
Cheney prepares to return to work
July 2, 2001
Vice President Dick Cheney rested at home Sunday, getting adjusted to his new pacemaker and anticipating a return today to his White House duties.
Clinton offers bridge over racial divide
July 2, 2001
By Geneva Overholser Washington Post Writers Group Bill Clinton returned Thursday to the town he alternately charmed and confounded for eight years, to talk about one of his most enduring concerns: race. “I am I think glad to be back,” he told a crowd dominated by journalists, assembled by Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy. All the familiar traits were in evidence the silver tongue and the soulful empathy, the broad smile, the uncanny knack for remembering a face and a name.
Campus activists from 1960s tuning in for summer reunion
Dozens already signed up for Lawrence event
July 2, 2001
By Dave Ranney The Sixties and early Seventies were raucous times at Kansas University and campuses across the nation as the United States grappled with the Vietnam War, civil rights and a new wave of feminism. “My time at KU turned me into a social-justice activist for the rest of my life,” said Lance Hill, “and I was only there a semester!”
Fewer buying guns in U.S.
July 2, 2001
Background checks blocked 153,000 of the nearly 7.7 million prospective sales of guns last year, and fewer people tried to buy firearms in 2000 than in 1999, the Justice Department reported Sunday. Analysts attributed the decline to a drop in crime, which they said has led Americans to feel safer and less inclined to purchase guns.
Raiders whip Willard, Mo.
July 2, 2001
J-W Staff Report Enid, Okla. — Eric Brown scattered six hits and the Lawrence Raiders took advantage of five errors to blank Willard, Mo., 5-0, on Sunday in the Enid Fourth of July Invitational baseball tournament.
Watkins Museum designated as Network to Freedom
July 2, 2001
MAKING HISTORY Watkins Museum nationally recognized as Network to Freedom facility
7-2 online radio breakout
July 2, 2001
Online to on the air Here are some online resources that can help you start your own Internet radio broadcast:
Monday Datebook
July 2, 2001
TODAY 8 a.m.: Douglas County Commission meeting, county courthouse, 1100 Mass.
Blotter
July 2, 2001
Law enforcement report Police reports
Fireworks fun includes observing ordinances
July 2, 2001
J-W staff reports Here’s the rules on celebrating your Independence Day with a bang.
Tips to buying pre-existing home
July 2, 2001
St. Petersburg Times Building your own home or buying a house in a development that does not yet exist is a much different experience than buying a pre-existing home. Consider these tips:
local briefs for Monday
July 2, 2001
Two Lawrence women earn SSG gold medals
Monday Best Bets
July 2, 2001
FISHBONE performs tonight at The Bottleneck, 737 N.H. TODAY
Elizabeth Hammons obituary
July 2, 2001
Elizabeth Hammons Tonganoxie — Services for Elizabeth Rosezembly Hammons, 89, Lawrence, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Quisenberry Funeral Home, Tonganoxie. Burial will be in Hubbel Hill Cemetery, Tonganoxie.
Hattie Burkhead obituary
July 2, 2001
Hattie Burkhead Mesa, Ariz. — Services for Hattie S. Burkhead, 95, Gilbert, were Friday in St. Matthew United Methodist Church, Mesa. Burial was in Valley of the Sun Memorial Park, Chandler.
7-7 Army Corps offers cave program
July 2, 2001
Army Corps offers free cave program The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Clinton Lake will have a free program, “Discover Kansas Caves,” at 9 p.m. Saturday at Bloomington Park amphitheater, near Clinton.
City Volleyball Standings
July 2, 2001
City Standings Coed Power One Indoor: Spike Mine 8-1, Out of Control 4-2, Crouching Tiger 3-3, Anti-Gravity 3-3, Spiked Kool-Aid 0-9.