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Dow climbs more than 440 points, investors enticed by lower stock prices
July 29, 2002
(Web Posted Monday at 4:15 p.m.) Galvanized by hopes that the market’s worst days are over, investors bought stocks enthusiastically Monday, sending the Dow Jones industrials surging more than 400 points for the second time in four sessions.
Coalition planes bomb Iraqi communications bunker, U.S. military says
July 29, 2002
(Updated Monday at 1:37 p.m.) Aircraft from U.S.-British air patrols over southern Iraq bombed an Iraqi communications site, the sixth strike this month in retaliation for what the Pentagon says were hostile actions by Iraq.
Weapons found in U.S. Special Forces’ backyard, also at weekend firefight scene
July 29, 2002
(Updated Monday at 4:15 p.m.) U.S. Special Forces soldiers found a cache of small and heavy arms buried in their own compound in central Afghanistan’s Uruzgan province, the U.S. command reported Monday.
Hall of Famers sign letter pleading for no strike
July 29, 2002
With the threat of another work stoppage looming for major league baseball, 40 Hall of Famers drafted a letter requesting the sides to use a mediator at the talks.
Jordan’s king calls U.S. plan to attack Iraq ‘somewhat ludicrous’
July 29, 2002
Jordan’s King Abdullah II finds “somewhat ludicrous” the idea of intervention in Iraq while the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has the Middle East in turmoil. Also, despite speculation in Washington and elsewhere, the United States is not sending troops into Jordan to prepare for an invasion of Iraq to oust President Saddam Hussein, Abdullah said Sunday.
Labor of love assists couple
Husband’s illness, wife’s cancer prompt friends to paint house
July 29, 2002
By Michelle Burhenn It took five years to find time to paint Mick and Pat Schurer’s Lawrence home. The paint cans had already been shaken twice, they said, but cancer had always postponed their efforts. But during the weekend, about 20 family members, friends and co-workers finished a job that had been postponed when Pat Schurer was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1997, and her husband was diagnosed with celiac sprue in 1998.
Bost services
July 29, 2002
Big egos make easy targets
July 29, 2002
By Bill Ferguson Warner Robins (Ga.) Daily Sun Of all the wonderful privileges we enjoy as Americans, the right to criticize our own government officials is certainly one of the most precious, and one that we use a great deal. In fact, we may enjoy that one a little too much, because it seems we seldom have anything positive to say about our elected representatives.
What’s New
July 29, 2002
Miniature flying robots may point to future MP3s becoming popular among DJs at bars, clubs Columnist takes look at Web’s staying power
FDA approves drug to treat irritable bowel syndrome
July 29, 2002
By Terry Rombeck Dr. Richard McCallum has felt somewhat helpless. Over the past 25 years, he’s seen how irritable bowel syndrome can change a patient’s life. But he’s never been able to prescribe medication for his patients.
Kansans letting down guard with HIV tests, prevention
July 29, 2002
By Dave Ranney Kansans are becoming increasingly complacent about HIV and AIDS. Health officials say the evidence of that complacency can be found in statistics that show people exposed to the virus that causes AIDS are waiting longer before being tested. The delay means doctors have less time to stop the virus from developing into full-blown AIDS. “What’s happening is people are waiting until they’re sick and then they’re getting tested for HIV and, of course, that’s way too late,” said Karl Milhon, director of the HIV/Sexually Transmitted Disease Section within the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
s cancer prompt friends to paint house
July 29, 2002
By Michelle Burhenn It took five years to find time to paint Mick and Pat Schurer’s Lawrence home. The paint cans had already been shaken twice, they said, but cancer had always postponed their efforts. But during the weekend, about 20 family members, friends and co-workers finished a job that had been postponed when Pat Schurer was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1997, and her husband was diagnosed with celiac sprue in 1998.
Pope’s words on abuse draw criticism
July 29, 2002
Advocates for victims of sexually abusive priests complained that Pope John Paul II’s first public comments Sunday on the clerical misconduct crisis seemed to express more sympathy for clergy than Roman Catholics who were molested. Janet Patterson of Conway Springs, Kan., said the pope should have encouraged those gathered for World Youth Day to embrace victims as “brothers and sisters in Christ.” She blames the 1999 suicide of her 29-year-old son, Eric, on abuse by their parish priest when he was 12.
Students drove 720 miles weekly to get master’s at KU
July 29, 2002
By Terry Rombeck The drive, they said, drove them crazy. To call Stacey Brendmoen and Robin Unruh commuter students would be an understatement. For the past two years, they’ve driven once a week from their hometown of Garden City to Kansas University a five-hour, 360-mile trip each way. “We did a lot of laughing and a lot of crying in the car,” Unruh said.
NFL Training Camps: James cleared to practice for Colts
Indianapolis running back returns to team for first time since season-ending knee injury
July 29, 2002
Indianapolis Colts running back Edgerrin James reported on time for the start training camp Sunday. James, a two-time NFL rushing champ, is recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Smith’s journey ends at Hall
Ceremony emotional for former shortstop
July 29, 2002
Go crazy, folks! The Wizard is in the Hall of Fame. Fighting back a tear or two, Ozzie Smith joined baseball’s elite Sunday, accepting his position in the pantheon of great stars of yesteryear with a wonderful speech that aptly described his storybook life.
Text of Hall of Famers’ letter to Selig and Fehr
July 29, 2002
Dear Bud and Don: Though we are bound together by sharing baseball’s greatest honor - being elected members of the Hall of Fame - we are a diverse group. We are from different generations, have had different life experiences, and as such we each have our own - often strongly held - beliefs.
Briefly
July 29, 2002
Texas: Homicide charges filed in immigrant deaths Denver: Phone company expects to restate earnings California: Stem cells grow eye blood vessels
Briefly
July 29, 2002
Atlanta: Report: Coke plans diet Vanilla Coke Hawaii: Tourists, locals defy volcano warnings Milwaukee: Governor candidate submits false papers
Rare diseases no match for determined 13-year-old
July 29, 2002
By Michelle Burhenn Jenny McGee wants you to play cards. She wants to show you the cosmetics that fill her brown mini-backpack. She wants to look at your cell phone. She wants to talk. But Jenny  a 13-year-old from Baldwin whose smile seems to make her hospital room sparkle  doesn’t want you to notice she’s sick. “I won’t tell a lot of people about my diseases, not even some of my closer friends,” Jenny said as she sat in her hospital room receiving the last of two four-hour monthly infusions. “I don’t want to be different. I try really, really hard to be a normal kid. It’s going to take them a while to find a cure, but for now I just want to be normal.”
Area briefs
July 29, 2002
Rain brings heat relief Parks administration moves office staff Kansas Public Radio series receives $30,000 grant Golf tourney to benefit youth asthma programs
Adoption provides lap, love
July 29, 2002
By John Balzar Los Angeles Times She is sitting in my lap as I write. Her legs are scissored around my waist and she has an arm hooked around my neck. She is a little girl in a cookie-crumb T-shirt and a fat diaper. And she is hanging on because she needs nothing so much as to be held.
People
July 29, 2002
Public school defender Shockingly bad taste A super comeback Getting medieval on rock
Gratitude shown to firefighters
July 29, 2002
By Michelle Burhenn Jenny McGee likes to give back. The 13-year-old has been the Kansas Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. for a year and hopes to reach the national level someday. She wants to attend Kansas University and become a pediatric neurologist so she can make sure no one else gets her disease.
Tour de France: Lance storms France
Armstrong wins fourth consecutive title, eyes record sixth
July 29, 2002
Voila! Just like that, Lance Armstrong is Tour de France champion for a fourth straight time. The Texan with the iron legs to match his will already is thinking about winning again. And again.
Peterson withdraws offer to Gonzalez
July 29, 2002
Kansas City Chiefs general manager Carl Peterson said Sunday he was rescinding his long-term contract offer to tight end Tony Gonzalez until Gonzalez gives up his dream of playing in the NFL and NBA.
Salvation Army seeks help with homeless
July 29, 2002
The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers who are comfortable working with the homeless community for a variety of tasks.
I70: Clevenger wins memorial; Hawkins wins first
July 29, 2002
Showing why the Parkville, Mo., native is defending Dash Car champion, Damon Clevenger meticulously worked his way through the 30-lap Kerry Schaffner Memorial feature. Starting ninth in the 22-car field, he would only need until lap nine to take the lead.
Suspect in double slaying one of six caught by Lawrence officers in July
July 29, 2002
By Mike Belt When Damien C. Lewis was arrested more than a week ago as a suspect in a robbery, Lawrence Police had no idea he also was a parole violator. That discovery came only after police made a routine computer warrant check on the man now also charged in the double slaying of an elderly Lawrence couple. From their computer, officers learned the Kansas Department of Corrections wanted Lewis because he’d failed to report to his parole officer in Hutchinson in late April.
s at KU
July 29, 2002
By Terry Rombeck The drive, they said, drove them crazy. To call Stacey Brendmoen and Robin Unruh commuter students would be an understatement. For the past two years, they’ve driven once a week from their hometown of Garden City to Kansas University  a five-hour, 360-mile trip each way. “We did a lot of laughing and a lot of crying in the car,” Unruh said.
Briefly
July 29, 2002
Moscow: Jet crash Sunday kills 14; toll rises in air show disaster West Bank: Palestinians, settlers clash during funeral; teen killed Washington, D.C.: Democrats trim drug plan
and classroom
July 29, 2002
By Tim Carpenter East Heights School teacher Kitsy Gray has new appreciation for the challenges of running a McDonald’s restaurant. “It’s more than hamburgers, drinks and fries,” said Gray, who last week completed a summer internship with McDonald’s in Lawrence. “It’s about relationships.” Gray was among 31 Lawrence public school teachers and counselors to complete one-week summer internships sponsored by the Lawrence Business/Education Partnership.
Gratitude shown to firefighters
July 29, 2002
By Michelle Burhenn Jenny McGee likes to give back. The 13-year-old has been the Kansas Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. for a year and hopes to reach the national level someday. She wants to attend Kansas University and become a pediatric neurologist so she can make sure no one else gets her disease.
Officials question whether anti-spam laws will work
July 29, 2002
After someone relayed thousands of pornographic e-mails through a client’s Internet connections, Barry Hassler was happy to support an Ohio bill to crack down on unwanted messages known as spam. But Hassler has doubts about the effectiveness of the legislation.
Rain postpones NHRA event
July 29, 2002
Rain forced the postponement Sunday of the NHRA Northwest Nationals at Pacific Raceways, with the remaining rounds of eliminations set to resume today
The privacy riddle
July 29, 2002
J-W Editorials Schools are handcuffed when it comes to informing parents about students. In recent weeks, a couple filed a lawsuit against an eastern university after their daughter, a student at the college, committed suicide. The parents contended the school should have notified the parents there had been problems with the young woman. Since they did not get official notice, they held the school responsible for the tragedy.
Investors put stock in safety of bonds
Volatile market raises interest in diversification
July 29, 2002
Stocks once seemed so simple. Bonds were for nerds and codgers. You could buy stocks with a few clicks of a mouse and could track their prices over the Internet or in the newspaper. Bonds were too complicated. Even to talk about them, you had to understand credit ratings, call provisions and other obscure lingo.
Rare diseases no match for determined 13-year-old
July 29, 2002
By Michelle Burhenn Jenny McGee wants you to play cards. She wants to show you the cosmetics that fill her brown mini-backpack. She wants to look at your cell phone. She wants to talk. But Jenny a 13-year-old from Baldwin whose smile seems to make her hospital room sparkle doesn’t want you to notice she’s sick. “I won’t tell a lot of people about my diseases, not even some of my closer friends,” Jenny said as she sat in her hospital room receiving the last of two four-hour monthly infusions. “I don’t want to be different. I try really, really hard to be a normal kid. It’s going to take them a while to find a cure, but for now I just want to be normal.”
Giving gifts should be more about the thought than price
July 29, 2002
Gift-giving can be difficult. How much do you spend? Is giving money appropriate? This is what the late British author Pamela Glenconner said about the gift-selection process: “Giving presents is a talent; to know what a person wants, to know when and how to get it, to give it lovingly and well.
Rescued miners recount ordeal
July 29, 2002
The nine coal miners who were rescued from a cramped, flooded shaft Sunday decided early in their 77-hour ordeal that they would “live or die as a group,” tying themselves together so all their bodies would be found if they drowned. They also scrawled last messages to loved ones as they huddled together to keep warm 240 feet below the Earth’s surface. “I didn’t think I was going to see my wife and kids again,” a teary-eyed Blaine Mayhugh told reporters, hours after being pulled out of the Quecreek Mine in western Pennsylvania.
Austin Powers’ strikes gold with latest installment
July 29, 2002
The new Austin Powers epic had a smashing debut, baby, raking in $71.5 million to set an opening record for a comedy. “Austin Powers in Goldmember” kicked the Tom Hanks hit-man drama “Road to Perdition” into second place at the box office, according to industry estimates Sunday. “Austin Powers,” the third tale of the bell-bottomed superspy, had the fifth-best opening ever for any movie. “Spider-Man” still tops the list with its $114.8 million May opening.
Finding airport screeners proving to be tough job
July 29, 2002
The government, now recruiting passenger screeners at almost every commercial airport, is finding a surprisingly high percentage of unqualified applicants and far fewer female candidates than expected. The Transportation Security Administration already has scrapped the goal of filling half of all screening positions with women. The aim now is one-third.
Treasury secretary takes on critics
July 29, 2002
Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill said Sunday the economy was fundamentally sound despite the stock market’s troubles and the business scandals that have shaken consumer confidence. “I’m a deep believer in the potential and the reality of the greatest economy ever conceived,” said O’Neill, making high-profile appearances on the talk shows following criticism of his travels abroad during the recent economic volatility.
Hairspray’ creating Broadway buzz
Adaptation of John Waters movie garners rave reviews, even before critics see it
July 29, 2002
Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft and Nathan Lane have already seen it. So has Bette Midler, but then she’s an investor. Danny DeVito and Yoko Ono are on tap for next Thursday, and we haven’t even gotten to the musical-theater groupies who have bombarded Internet chat rooms with their opinions, most of which range from rave to rave to rave.
World Online Exclusive: Spinning the Web - How long is forever?
July 29, 2002
By Michael Newman Is the web permanent? Ones and zeros are a great way to archive massive amounts of data, but what’s being saved and what’s being left on the curb? And how long is permanent in an environment where one after another, advancing technologies replace obsolete ones?
Kansans letting down guard with HIV tests, prevention
July 29, 2002
By Dave Ranney Kansans are becoming increasingly complacent about HIV and AIDS. Health officials say the evidence of that complacency can be found in statistics that show people exposed to the virus that causes AIDS are waiting longer before being tested. The delay means doctors have less time to stop the virus from developing into full-blown AIDS. “What’s happening is people are waiting until they’re sick and then they’re getting tested for HIV and, of course, that’s way too late,” said Karl Milhon, director of the HIV/Sexually Transmitted Disease Section within the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Three killed fighting wildfire in California
July 29, 2002
A fire engine fighting wildfires in the Klamath National Forest tumbled 800 feet off a steep, dirt road into a ravine Sunday, killing three firefighters, officials said. Two others survived the plunge and were airlifted to the Mercy Medical Center in Redding, Calif., said Brian Harris, a the U.S. Forest Service spokesman. Their conditions were not known.
Clinton says GOP shares blame on scandals
July 29, 2002
Former President Clinton says the bull market of the 1990s bred corporate corruption but that President Bush’s laying blame on his predecessor twists the truth. “There was corporate malfeasance both before he took office and after,” Clinton told a Washington television reporter.
Nevada lawmakers plan cap on malpractice awards
July 29, 2002
Faced with a medical insurance crisis that temporarily closed Nevada’s top trauma center and has some doctors limiting how many babies they’ll deliver, state lawmakers plan to meet today to cap malpractice awards. The rare special session comes four days after President Bush called for a nationwide ceiling on jury awards, saying it would drive down soaring health care costs and save taxpayers money.
American League Roundup: Appier outduels Moyer
Angels edge Mariners, 1-0, to regain West lead
July 29, 2002
Kevin Appier didn’t enjoy matching zeros with Seattle’s Jamie Moyer. “No, that is extremely stressful,” Appier admitted after allowing four hits in eight innings in Anaheim’s 1-0 victory Sunday that moved the Angels back into first place.
National League Roundup: Cardinals deflate Cubs, 10-9
Renteria’s three-run homer in ninth caps second comeback for St. Louis
July 29, 2002
Edgar Renteria had all the motivation he needed. “Sometimes, when the game is on the line, I concentrate better,” Renteria said after his three-run, ninth-inning homer gave the St. Louis Cardinals a 10-9 win over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday night.
Police: Parole violators common
Suspect in double slaying one of six caught by Lawrence officers in July
July 29, 2002
By Mike Belt When Damien C. Lewis was arrested more than a week ago as a suspect in a robbery, Lawrence Police had no idea he also was a parole violator. That discovery came only after police made a routine computer warrant check on the man now also charged in the double slaying of an elderly Lawrence couple. From their computer, officers learned the Kansas Department of Corrections wanted Lewis because he’d failed to report to his parole officer in Hutchinson in late April.
Baseball Briefs
July 29, 2002
Giants add Lofton to depleted outfield Indians send Shuey to Los Angeles No decision yet on Clemens’ status
Historians honoring 1st Kansas Colored
144th anniversary planned for first black unit to fight in Civil War
July 29, 2002
Four short cement posts mark the partially shaded Ross plot in the Woodland Cemetery. A single stone with only the family’s last name identifies it. James “Whitfield” Ross is buried here, along with his wife and a son. He farmed in the area for years before spending the final two decades of his life in Olathe.
Park prevails in playoff
South Korean 22-year-old wins LPGA Big Apple Classic
July 29, 2002
Gloria Park knows how to win an argument. The 22-year-old earned her second LPGA Tour victory when she made a 6-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole Sunday to beat Hee-Won Han and win the LPGA Big Apple Classic.
VH1 celebrates one-hit wonders
July 29, 2002
Is fleeting fame a blessing or a curse? The new series “One Hit Wonders” (9 p.m., VH1) recalls those chart-topping pop musicians who never returned to the top-10 list, and some who never approached the top 100. All of their songs have novelty quality and a gimmicky sound that make them difficult to forget.
Local briefs
July 29, 2002
Open Horse Show attracts equestrians Award: KU grad student receives fellowship from NASA Gasoline Prices: Pump Patrol seeks deals
On the record
July 29, 2002
Kansas City goes 0-for-road-trip - White Sox 4, Royals 2
July 29, 2002
White Sox manager Jerry Manuel may have found an alternative to struggling starter Todd Ritchie his bullpen. Spot starter Rocky Biddle allowed two runs in four innings and three relievers combined to retire the final 15 Kansas City batters as Chicago completed a three-game sweep of the Royals with a 4-2 victory Sunday.
Woods, Nicklaus team for television exhibition
July 29, 2002
Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus will share the stage tonight as partners in the “Battle at Bighorn.” Unlike the first time they met, Woods will be more than just a warmup act. They will play against Lee Trevino and Sergio Garcia in an 18-hole best-ball match at 7 p.m. CDT on ABC Sports, the fourth version of the ultimate made-for-TV event that puts golf in prime time and allows the game to showcase its biggest star.
Clarence ‘Ted’ Handley
July 29, 2002
Celebrities turn out for N.Y. premiere of ‘Goldmember’
July 29, 2002
Katie Couric, who cameos as a prison guard in the new Austin Powers flick, says it’s OK for journalists to take roles in movies as long as they’re not playing reporters on screen. “A lot of newspeople play anchors or reporters or themselves on TV, and I think that can possibly blur the lines,” Couric said at the Manhattan premiere of “Austin Powers in Goldmember.”
Giants celebrate ‘Shot’
July 29, 2002
On the 50th anniversary of the most famous home run in baseball history, the man who hit it wasn’t in any mood to celebrate. On the morning of Oct. 3, 2001, Bobby Thomson visited hospitalized children. He spent the afternoon at a firehouse that lost firefighters during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. In the evening, he went to ground zero.
Carter services
July 29, 2002
Winston Cup: Elliott collects fifth Pocono victory
Crashes, rain delay Pennsylvania 500; Park OK after first-lap wreck
July 29, 2002
Bill Elliott was getting tired, but so was Sterling Marlin’s car. So, Elliott, who had stalked Marlin throughout the race, finally passed Marlin with 21 laps remaining Sunday and took the crash- and rain-delayed Pennsylvania 500 to set a record with his fifth career victory at Pocono Raceway.
IRL: Scheckter cruises to Michigan Indy 400 win
July 29, 2002
On a day Tomas Scheckter should’ve been smiling, he wasn’t. The rookie won his first Indy Racing League race on Sunday in the inaugural Michigan Indy 400, but was still angry with team owner Eddie Cheever.
CART: Franchitti, Tracy play it safe, finish 1-2
July 29, 2002
In a race filled with wrecks, teammates Dario Franchitti and Paul Tracy played it safe and finished 1-2 in the Vancouver Molson-Indy. Two accidents late in Sunday’s race set up a head-to-head duel between the Team Kool Green drivers, who have a history of hitting each other on the track while battling for the lead.
WNBA Roundup: Sparks clinch playoff berth
July 29, 2002
Mwadi Mabika scored 14 of her 22 points in the first 14 minutes as the Los Angeles Sparks clinched a playoff berth with an 80-62 victory over the Indiana Fever on Sunday. Lisa Leslie had 20 points and a game-high nine rebounds, and DeLisha Milton added 12 points before fouling out with just over 8 minutes left.
Missouri River tourist excursions canceled because of low water level
July 29, 2002
Low water levels on the Missouri River have prompted a New Orleans company to cancel four excursions up the river, costing cities along the river tourism dollars. RiverBarge Excursion Lines, a New Orleans company, announced Friday it would cancel the trips up the river because of current water levels.
Formula One: Schumacher wins ninth
July 29, 2002
Michael Schumacher followed up his record-tying fifth Formula One championship by winning the German Grand Prix on Sunday to equal another milestone. Schumacher led virtually from start to finish in his Ferrari to win a relatively uneventful race.
Site-Seeing
July 29, 2002
Here are some Web sites worth checking out:
Fame also has some drawbacks
July 29, 2002
By Leonard Pitts Jr. Miami Herald “Pa, I want to be famous.” Eric announced this out of the clear blue the other night. Not that I was taken totally by surprise. My grandson, who is 6, has long had the habit of saying things that give you whiplash.
Democratic majority likely in both houses of Congress
July 29, 2002
By Jack Anderson and Douglas Cohn United Feature Syndicate It is too soon to tell whether voters will convert their anger at corporate America into a political groundswell in November, but the possibility has Republicans running scared. Corporate fraud is a good issue for Democrats, who are busy polishing their message about being the party of the people while the GOP caters to the fat cats.
Election crisis
July 29, 2002
Old home town - 25, 40 and 100 years ago today
July 29, 2002
Lakeside: Bowyer wins seven, Davis stalls at 11
July 29, 2002
Clint Bowyer fended off all challengers on his way to win number seven in the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series presented by Dodge Modified division at Lakeside Speedway, July 26.
Rain doesn’t dampen Mellencamp fans’ spirits
John Mellencamp - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Bonner Springs, Kan. - 07/28/2002
July 29, 2002
By Michael Newman Bonner Springs An act of nature took John Mellencamp’s Sunday night performance at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Bonner Springs from good to special.
I-70 Speedway results, July 27
July 29, 2002
I-70 Speedway results, July 27.
Lakeside results, July 26
July 29, 2002
Lakeside results, July 26.
FDA approves drug to treat irritable bowel syndrome
July 29, 2002
By Terry Rombeck Dr. Richard McCallum has felt somewhat helpless. Over the past 25 years, he’s seen how irritable bowel syndrome can change a patient’s life. But he’s never been able to prescribe medication for his patients.
City softball standings as of 7/28
July 29, 2002
Here are the city softball standings as of Sunday, July 28.
Program helps teachers build bridge between ‘real world’ and classroom
July 29, 2002
By Tim Carpenter East Heights School teacher Kitsy Gray has new appreciation for the challenges of running a McDonald’s restaurant. “It’s more than hamburgers, drinks and fries,” said Gray, who last week completed a summer internship with McDonald’s in Lawrence. “It’s about relationships.” Gray was among 31 Lawrence public school teachers and counselors to complete one-week summer internships sponsored by the Lawrence Business/Education Partnership.
Horoscopes
July 29, 2002