Archive for Sunday, June 17, 2001

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Friends and neighbors
June 17, 2001
Raymond F. Hicks
June 17, 2001
Hattie Pierson
June 17, 2001
Better markings
June 17, 2001
Journey of faith
June 17, 2001
Fishing Report
June 17, 2001
Nellie Mae Dobbs
June 17, 2001
Lawrence school board
Board to consider insurance cost hike
June 17, 2001
Agenda highlights 7 p.m. Monday 110 McDonald Drive
Horoscopes
June 17, 2001
Know legal basics to get best settlement
June 17, 2001
Sense for Seniors
June 17, 2001
Briefly
June 17, 2001
J-W photographer, reporter win contest awards A Journal-World reporter and photographer were honored in the Heart of America journalism contest sponsored by the Kansas City Press Club, a chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. At an awards ceremony in Kansas City, Mo., Mike Yoder and Joel Mathis received awards in the daily newspaper division, which included competition from papers throughout the region. Yoder, the Journal-World’s chief photographer, won second place in the category of photojournalism feature for his portrait, above, showing Ray Alumbaugh getting a morning shave from his friend and night support care-taker Audrey England of Assisted Health Care. Mathis, the Journal-World’s City Hall reporter, won third place in the category of deadline news reporting for his story about the Lawrence grandfather who attempted to hold up the downtown Firstar Bank branch last year. __________________________ Vehicle Accident: Rollover puts two in hospital Two Olathe men remained hospitalized Saturday following a one-vehicle accident Friday night near Ottawa. Melvin D. Lickteig was listed in stable condition at Saturday at Overland Park Regional Medical Center. Shannon M. Crowley was listed in serious but stable condition at Olathe Medical Center. Their ages were not available from the Kansas Highway Patrol. Crowley was driving a 1992 Jeep northbound about 9:40 p.m. Friday on Interstate 35 when he lost control near the Franklin-Miami county line, according to the Highway Patrol. The Jeep entered the south ditch and rolled three times. Lickteig, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected from the vehicle. Crowley was wearing his seat belt, according to the accident report. __________________________ Excursion: Steam locomotive to pass through town Topeka The Great Overland Station will offer excursions on the steam locomotive Challenger Saturday from Kansas City, Kan. The ride will start at 7 a.m. at the Great Overland Station, 701 N. Kansas Ave. Passengers will be bused to Kansas City to board the Challenger. The train will pass through Kansas City, Kan., Edwardsville, Bonner Springs, Lawrence, Williamstown, Perry and Grantville before arriving at 11:30 a.m. at the Topeka station. Coach seating is $125 and dome seating is $200; both include donations for the upkeep of the train. Tickets can be purchased by calling the station office, (785) 232-5533. For more information, go to www.greatoverlandstation.com. __________________________ Volunteerism: Galluzzi award field expands United Way is expanding its volunteer of the year award to 100 agencies in Douglas County. The United Way of Douglas County Board of Directors said it would expand the Wallace Galluzzi Volunteer Award beyond the 30 agencies supported by United Way to better recognize the efforts of more volunteers. The award, created in 1985, has traditionally recognized volunteers serving United Way member agencies. Nomination forms are available by contacting the Roger Hill Volunteer Center, a service of the United Way of Douglas County at 865-5030 or rhvc@ixks.com. __________________________ Gasoline prices: Pump patrol at work The Journal-World has found a Lawrence-area gasoline price as low as: $1.39.9 a gallon at CHIPS, 2220 Harper St. 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 with your gas price information.
Bookstore
June 17, 2001
Business briefs
June 17, 2001
On the record
June 17, 2001