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Candidates trade barbs in insurance race
October 30, 2002
(Updated Wednesday at 2:23 p.m.) Candidates for state insurance commissioner Wednesday traded accusations that they were beholden to their campaign contributors.
Cold weather ahead for spooky holiday
October 30, 2002
(Updated Wednesday at 9:06 a.m.) If you like the feel of goosebumps on Halloween, the weather should help out.
Miller services
October 30, 2002
Koch services
October 30, 2002
Haroldine M. Nieweg
October 30, 2002
Lee’s Summit, Mo. Â Services for Haroldine M. Nieweg, 71, Lee’s Summit, Mo., will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Langsford-Cox Funeral Home, Lee’s Summit. Burial will be in Lee’s Summit Cemetery. Mrs. Nieweg died Monday, Oct. 28, 2002, at North Kansas City Hospital.
Film festival blazes through FSHS
October 30, 2002
People dream the craziest things. Just ask Southwest Junior High School ninth-grader Emily Knight.
On the record
October 30, 2002
Kent, Maddux file for free agency
October 30, 2002
Jeff Kent filed for free agency Tuesday, two days after the San Francisco Giants lost to Anaheim in Game 7 of the World Series.
Ottawa soccer routs Columbus
October 30, 2002
Ottawa High’s boys soccer team opened Class 4A regional play with an 11-1 win against Columbus on Tuesday in Ottawa.
LHS gymnastics makes state; Firebirds’ Baxter qualifies
October 30, 2002
Lawrence High will take its entire team to state, and Free State High’s Lacey Baxter will compete in the balance beam and floor exercise at the state gymnastics meet.
NBA Briefs
October 30, 2002
Knicks give Chaney one-year extension Murray out of action with torn ligaments Pacers sign Foster
Crews brace for wintry weather
Street workers make trial run with plows; snow possible this afternoon
October 30, 2002
If the city’s snow-removal crews were athletic teams, Tuesday would have been their final preseason game.
Wizards’ Jordan to play reduced role
Aging phenom doesn’t know how he’ll react to logging just 25 minutes per game
October 30, 2002
At least Michael Jordan was being honest. Asked if he can really control his competitive urge and keep his playing minutes down this season, the Washington Wizards guard replied: “Probably not.”
MCAC CC races coming to Haskell
October 30, 2002
Haskell Indian Nations University will play host to the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference cross country championships on Saturday.
Six undefeated teams fret missing BCS championship
October 30, 2002
Georgia can win every game and it still might not be enough. Ditto for Notre Dame, Ohio State, Miami, Virginia Tech and Oklahoma all trying to finish the season unbeaten and hoping the complicated BCS formula works in their favor.
6Sports video: Whittemore could start on Saturday
October 30, 2002
6Sports reports on the status of KU’s starting quarterback Bill Whittemore after injuring his left knee last Saturday against the Missouri Tigers.
George signs with Seahawks
Backup needed after Dilfer goes down with injury
October 30, 2002
The Seattle Seahawks, needing help at quarterback after Trent Dilfer’s season-ending torn Achilles’ tendon, signed veteran Jeff George on Tuesday. Coach Mike Holmgren emphasized that Matt Hasselbeck will remain the starter and George is coming in to fill a role.
6Sports video: Firebirds moving on in post-season play
October 30, 2002
6Sports reports on the Firebirds’ soccer game against crosstown rival Lawrence High Lions.
6News video: Street crews review snow removal plans
October 30, 2002
6News reports on the early start to the yearly snow removal runthrough.
6News video: Justice urges students to read official documents
October 30, 2002
6News reports on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ visit to the KU School of Law.
Wedge, Yost, Macha hired by Indians, Brewers, A’s
October 30, 2002
Eric Wedge became the youngest manager in the major leagues Tuesday at age 34, while Ned Yost took over in Milwaukee and Ken Macha officially got the job in Oakland.
London ‘never looked back’
October 30, 2002
Happy playing basketball at DePaul University, in his beloved hometown of Chicago, Marlon London says he has never second-guessed himself for leaving Kansas University.
6News video: Taff in town until election day
October 30, 2002
6News reports on the tight race for the 3rd Congressional District.
High school soccer regional: Firebirds advance
Confident Free State knocks off LHS, 3-1
October 30, 2002
It wasn’t the winning goal, but it was the biggest. When Free State High senior Kayvon Sarraf knocked in a deflection for the Firebirds’ first score during the first half of their first-round Class 6A regional game against Lawrence High, one could see the pressure released from the FSHS bench.
6News video: Residents turn out in support of East Heights
October 30, 2002
6News reports on Tuesday night’s facilities meeting at Central Junior High.
Defense plays taped interview of survivor
October 30, 2002
Defense attorneys for Reginald Carr played for jurors Tuesday a videotape of a police interview with the only survivor of a quadruple shooting.
State receives federal grant to fight drugs
October 30, 2002
Shawnee County’s program for battling methamphetamine will be used as the model for a statewide system, officials said. State officials announced Monday that Kansas received a $345,000 federal grant to develop a statewide system to fight meth.
Federal government now steers sniper case
October 30, 2002
Now that the federal government has filed death penalty charges in the Washington-area sniper case, the focus shifts to who will be the first to try the suspects.
Haitian immigrants run ashore after boat grounded off Miami
October 30, 2002
More than 200 illegal Haitian immigrants jumped overboard, waded ashore and rushed onto a major highway Tuesday after their 50-foot wooden freighter ran aground off Miami.
U.S. cars follow trend toward gas guzzling
October 30, 2002
The 2003 model cars and trucks now reaching showrooms get poorer gas mileage on average than last year’s models, reflecting what automakers and many buyers say is a higher priority on comfort and family needs.
Get-out-the-vote campaigns spur widespread early balloting
October 30, 2002
The number of voters asking for advance ballots is up. Way up.
Modern life evoked in ancient play
October 30, 2002
It’s nearly impossible to watch University Theatre’s production of Euripides’ “Iphigenia at Aulis” and not be reminded of recent and ongoing world events.
Two still hospitalized
October 30, 2002
The driver of a charter bus carrying students from the Kansas School for the Deaf and one of the passengers remained hospitalized in good condition Tuesday after a fatal crash.
Dedicated staff
October 30, 2002
Our flag too
October 30, 2002
School ideas
October 30, 2002
France’s power largely in its own mind
October 30, 2002
European elites were lamenting America’s insufficient respect for Europe and for multinational undertakings when Romano Prodi, president of the European Commission, which Europe’s elites hope foreshadows a European superstate, said: “Stupid.” That was his description of the European Union’s budget rules.
Judge rules pork program unconstitutional
October 30, 2002
A federal judge declared as “unconstitutional and rotten” the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s pork-checkoff program that forces farmers to pay fees to support national advertising.
Boeing, engineering union begin contract talks
October 30, 2002
After laying off tens of thousands of workers, announcing more cuts are on the way and narrowly averting a strike by its largest union, The Boeing Co. now faces another hurdle: Contract talks with its second-largest union.
Consumer confidence falls in October
Closely-watched index plunges to lowest level since November 1993, research group says
October 30, 2002
Consumer confidence in the economy plunged in October to the lowest level since 1993, buffeted by a weak job market and the threat of war with Iraq, a research group said Tuesday.
N. Korea refuses to give up nuclear program
October 30, 2002
Blaming the United States for pushing it into a corner, North Korea rejected demands it give up its nuclear weapons program during an acrimonious opening round of talks Tuesday with Japan on establishing diplomatic ties, Japanese officials said.
Militants detained in Jordan
October 30, 2002
Jordanian officials rounded up dozens of known Islamic extremists for questioning Tuesday in the assassination of American diplomat Laurence Foley as suspicion for the attack fell on al-Qaida or the terrorist movement’s sympathizers.
State briefs
October 30, 2002
Hays: Two still hospitalized after deadly bus crash Lansing: Prisoner’s TB prompts testing among inmates
Figures suggest 3rd race close
October 30, 2002
A newspaper poll of registered voters in Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District suggests Democratic incumbent Dennis Moore and Republican Adam Taff are running about even with a week left in the campaign.
Movie about New York mayor ‘Rudy!’ filmed in Canada
October 30, 2002
Filmmakers are going to Canada to make a movie about former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, angering industry officials who say the film belongs in Giuliani’s hometown.
MTV sets Nov. 26 start for ‘The Osbournes’
October 30, 2002
Mark your %&! calendars the Ozzy Osbourne clan will be back Nov. 26 with the second season of their hit reality show, MTV announced Tuesday.
Arafat survives political battle
October 30, 2002
Yasser Arafat won a tough political battle Tuesday as the Palestinian parliament approved his new 19-member Cabinet despite dissenters demanding more sweeping reforms and limits on the authority of the Palestinian leader.
Short & Sweet
October 30, 2002
Here are some party ideas Timeless treats offered
Jayni’s Kitchen to feature ghoulish dishes
October 30, 2002
Join “Jayni’s Kitchen” this week for a “Halloween Show.” Host Jayni Carey will prepare some treats, including the recipes below. A new show airs at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday each week on Sunflower Broadband Channel 6 and repeats at 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Supporters pledge to keep Sen. Wellstone’s legacy alive
October 30, 2002
With poignant eulogies and furious rallying cries and nearly as much laughter as tears some 20,000 friends of Paul Wellstone bade the late senator a boisterous farewell on Tuesday.
Ban supported
October 30, 2002
Test the theory
October 30, 2002
Jordan to play Jayhawks
October 30, 2002
Former Kansas University guard Adonis Jordan is scheduled to play Monday night in Allen Fieldhouse. He’s on the roster for the EA Sports East All-Stars, who will take on KU in an exhibition game set for 7 p.m.
Foreign players set record
October 30, 2002
A record 67 international players are on NBA rosters for the start of the season, led by the Dallas Mavericks with five.
Sub shortage
October 30, 2002
Nigeria vows to block stoning sentences
October 30, 2002
Nigeria vowed Tuesday to block Islamic courts from carrying out any executions by stoning, promising to hold the line against sentences in northern states that have provoked international protests and boycott threats.
s Kitchen to feature ghoulish dishes
October 30, 2002
Join “Jayni’s Kitchen” this week for a “Halloween Show.” Host Jayni Carey will prepare some treats, including the recipes below. A new show airs at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday each week on Sunflower Broadband Channel 6 and repeats at 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
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October 30, 2002
Clarence Thomas said he and fellow U.S. Supreme Court justices weren’t heroes for staying in session last year while anthrax scares shut down much of Washington, D.C.
LHS gymnastics makes state
October 30, 2002
Lawrence High will take its entire team to state, and Free State High’s Lacey Baxter will compete in the balance beam and floor exercise at the state gymnastics meet.
s attack
October 30, 2002
Democrat Kathleen Sebelius has had little trouble attacking and counterattacking Republican Tim Shallenburger, both in advertisements and in campaign appearances. Here is an analysis of a recent Sebelius television advertisement that attacks an earlier Shallenburger advertisement.
Ottawa soccer routs Columbus
October 30, 2002
Ottawa High’s boys soccer team opened Class 4A regional play with an 11-1 win against Columbus on Tuesday in Ottawa.
Cold weather ahead for spooky holiday
October 30, 2002
(Updated Wednesday at 9:06 a.m.) If you like the feel of goosebumps on Halloween, the weather should help out.
Modern life evoked in ancient play
October 30, 2002
It’s nearly impossible to watch University Theatre’s production of Euripides’ “Iphigenia at Aulis” and not be reminded of recent and ongoing world events.
Street workers make trial run with plows
October 30, 2002
If the city’s snow-removal crews were athletic teams, Tuesday would have been their final preseason game.
Miller services
October 30, 2002
Services for Frances May Miller, 84, Lawrence, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Warren-McElwain Mortuary. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Miller died Sunday, Oct. 27, 2002, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Koch services
October 30, 2002
Graveside services for Evelyn Susan Koch, 92, Olathe, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Memorial Park Cemetery, Lawrence. Mrs. Koch died Monday, Oct. 28, 2002, at Royal Terrace Nursing Center in Olathe.
Mae Irene Young Gibler
October 30, 2002
Worden  A private graveside service for Mae Irene Young Gibler, 79, Woodstock, Ill., will be Saturday at Worden Cemetery. Mrs. Gibler died Thursday, Oct. 10, 2002, at Woodstock Residence.
News briefs
October 30, 2002
Vietnam: Fire kills more than 50 San Francisco: Court sanctions advice on medical marijuana Washington, D.C.: Bloomberg richest politician
News briefs
October 30, 2002
Washington, D.C.: ‘Human’ status backed for laboratory embryos Washington: Ruling may overturn murder convictions
Residents turn out in support of East Heights
October 30, 2002
6News reports on Tuesday night’s facilities meeting at Central Junior High.
Local briefs
October 30, 2002
Mayor announces hours for trick-or-treating Scare: Worries over; daughter reports from Costa Rica Business: Chamber board to meet, select interim director 6News Productions: Kansas elections topic of ‘River City Weekly’
KU survey shows double-digit leads for Sebelius, Kline
October 30, 2002
A new poll by Kansas University students suggests many Kansas voters still don’t know much about the candidates running for governor and attorney general.
Confident Free State knocks off LHS, 3-1
October 30, 2002
It wasn’t the winning goal, but it was the biggest. When Free State High senior Kayvon Sarraf knocked in a deflection for the Firebirds’ first score during the first half of their first-round Class 6A regional game against Lawrence High, one could see the pressure released from the FSHS bench.
Garden: Persimmons fruitful in fall
October 30, 2002
While October frosts signal the official end of the gardening season, they also usher in persimmon season, an event that generally goes unnoticed by all but a few hearty foragers and backyard persimmon enthusiasts.
Gender politics at play in race
October 30, 2002
In Texas, it has become political legend. After a candidate forum during the 1990 governor’s race, Republican Clayton Williams, in a moment of anger, refused to shake hands with Democrat Ann Richards.
Get-out-the-vote campaigns spur widespread early balloting
October 30, 2002
The number of voters asking for advance ballots is up. Way up.
October 30, 2002
The captives held in a Moscow theater knew they were in danger, but they probably didn’t expect to die at the hands of their rescuers.
top recruit sidelined 3-4 weeks
October 30, 2002
Erica Hallman, centerpiece of Kansas University’s women’s basketball recruiting class, has been lost for three or four weeks with a knee injury.
Corrections
October 30, 2002
A photograph that appeared with a story in Monday’s Journal-World about the Kansas 47th House District race was not of Republican incumbent Lee Tafanelli.
Coach wants kicker to own up to misses
October 30, 2002
Mark Mangino can accept the fact his placekicker has missed eight straight field-goal attempts. What is unacceptable to the Kansas University football coach, however, is his perception that beleaguered sophomore Johnny Beck sometimes outwardly appears to blame others for his misfortune.
October 30, 2002
Happy playing basketball at DePaul University, in his beloved hometown of Chicago, Marlon London says he has never second-guessed himself for leaving Kansas University.
October 30, 2002
Lawrence is no longer the most expensive city in the state in which to buy a home, according to a new national survey.
Barrel bodies suspect guilty
John E. Robinson Sr. convicted; jurors to weigh death penalty
October 30, 2002
Jurors found John E. Robinson Sr. guilty Tuesday in the deaths of three women, including two whose bodies were found stuffed in barrels on his rural Linn County property.
Sebelius ad attacks Shallenburger’s attack
October 30, 2002
Democrat Kathleen Sebelius has had little trouble attacking and counterattacking Republican Tim Shallenburger, both in advertisements and in campaign appearances. Here is an analysis of a recent Sebelius television advertisement that attacks an earlier Shallenburger advertisement.
Woods says Augusta to change
Golf phenom believes club will admit female member by next Masters
October 30, 2002
Tiger Woods expects Augusta National to have a female member by the next Masters because “it’s the right thing to do,” and he believes golf won’t be hurt by the controversy.
Russia begins to bury dead
October 30, 2002
Weeping relatives bent over the uniformed body of Col. Konstantin Litvinov and threw handfuls of dirt onto his coffin Tuesday as Russians began to bury the hostages killed during a 58-hour standoff with Chechen rebels.
Justice takes time for Q & A
October 30, 2002
Clarence Thomas said he and fellow U.S. Supreme Court justices weren’t heroes for staying in session last year while anthrax scares shut down much of Washington, D.C.
Haroldine M. Nieweg
October 30, 2002
Mae Irene Young Gibler
October 30, 2002
Nick Constantinescu
October 30, 2002
Horoscopes
October 30, 2002
Business Briefcase
October 30, 2002
Research: ProQuest signs deal with pharmaceutical firm Price fixing: Kansas settles lawsuit over Foreman grills Wall Street: Qwest to restate profits Computers: Verizon reaches deal on spam e-mail practices Manufacturing: Japanese firms report decline for electronics
Rental housing opens in Kansas City jazz district
October 30, 2002
Thirteen years after city officials began working to revitalize the 18th and Vine Historic Jazz District, rental housing has been finished, and a new restaurant is preparing to open.
Cooking Q&A: How to properly clean, prepare wild birds
October 30, 2002
Parents need to enforce guidelines about candy
October 30, 2002
The Medical Center at the University of Texas Southwestern says not to fret about your children’s love for candy as long as you provide guidelines for their consumption.
William E. Rawls
October 30, 2002
West Wing’ writing not up to par
October 30, 2002
President Bartlet faces the biggest showdown of his re-election campaign on tonight’s “West Wing” (8 p.m., NBC). The brainy chief executive faces off in a single debate with his glib Republican opponent Robert Ritchie (James Brolin).
Facilities planning called ‘flawed’
October 30, 2002
A former Lawrence school board president said the district’s process of planning school closures and a bond issue for school construction was flawed.
Candidates trade barbs in insurance race
October 30, 2002
(Updated Wednesday at 2:23 p.m.) Candidates for state insurance commissioner Wednesday traded accusations that they were beholden to their campaign contributors.
KU survey shows double-digit leads for Sebelius, Kline
October 30, 2002
A new poll by Kansas University students suggests many Kansas voters still don’t know much about the candidates running for governor and attorney general.
Kansans shop in Mo. to avoid food tax
October 30, 2002
Coupon clipping is one way to save a few bucks on a grocery bill. Residents of southeast Kansas have discovered another driving across the border into Missouri to buy their food.
Gender politics at play in race
October 30, 2002
In Texas, it has become political legend. After a candidate forum during the 1990 governor’s race, Republican Clayton Williams, in a moment of anger, refused to shake hands with Democrat Ann Richards.
Keep Halloween safe by following a few precautions
October 30, 2002
Dear Readers: Tomorrow is Halloween. While trick-or-treating is usually lots of fun for kids, it can also be dangerous.
Daily ticker
October 30, 2002
Kitchen & Garden: Persimmons fruitful in fall
October 30, 2002
While October frosts signal the official end of the gardening season, they also usher in persimmon season, an event that generally goes unnoticed by all but a few hearty foragers and backyard persimmon enthusiasts.
Vegetarian Cooking: Recipes target peanut lovers
October 30, 2002
For those who love peanut butter, only the simplest of recipes will do. It must be eaten by the spoonful.
Children’s Mercy, KU Med step up collaboration talks
Pediatric care unit merger may be in offing
October 30, 2002
KU Med and Children’s Mercy Hospital are considering merging portions of their pediatric care units, officials said Tuesday.
A: How to properly clean, prepare wild birds
October 30, 2002
Q: Can we eat wild birds or game hunted in Kansas that may be infected with the West Nile Virus? A: There is no evidence that West Nile Virus can be transmitted from eating cooked meat. Animals that are obviously sick or are found dead should not be eaten.
October 30, 2002
A former Lawrence school board president said the district’s process of planning school closures and a bond issue for school construction was flawed.
People
October 30, 2002
It’s a boy for Parker, Broderick Mandela accepts Soviet award Lawsuit claims dog attack All is Sonny in Palm Springs
William E. Rawls
October 30, 2002
Services for William E. Rawls, 66, Lawrence, are pending and will be announced by Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. Mr. Rawls died Monday, Oct. 28, 2002, at Brandon Woods Retirement Community.
Receivers help Chiefs’ offense
Wideouts’ biggest contributions have been blocking, not pass-catching
October 30, 2002
Eddie Kennison and Johnnie Morton were supposed to be the downfield receiving threats for the Kansas City Chiefs.
NBA Roundup: Hill excels in return
Orlando slaps Sixers in opener, 95-88
October 30, 2002
Scorer, rebounder, passer. That was the Grant Hill the Orlando Magic thought they were getting two long years ago, and that was who came to play Tuesday night.
KU’s coaches clinic Saturday at fieldhouse
October 30, 2002
Kansas University men’s basketball coach Roy Williams will conduct his annual coaching clinic this weekend at Allen Fieldhouse.
Bush signs election bill to update procedures
October 30, 2002
President Bush signed legislation Tuesday that Congress approved overwhelmingly to correct the sort of voter registration mix-ups and confusing ballots that threw his own election into bitter dispute two years ago.
Recorder reveals last moments of doomed flight
October 30, 2002
During the final moments of American Airlines Flight 587, the pilots struggled in vain to keep the plane aloft when they encountered turbulence shortly after takeoff, according to the transcript of a tape released Tuesday.
Bishop admits promoting ‘troubled’ priest
October 30, 2002
A Roman Catholic bishop has acknowledged helping promote a priest now accused of raping children despite considering him a “troubled priest” who endorsed sex between men and boys.
Mangino scolds Beck for antics
Coach wants kicker to own up to misses
October 30, 2002
Mark Mangino can accept the fact his placekicker has missed eight straight field-goal attempts. What is unacceptable to the Kansas University football coach, however, is his perception that beleaguered sophomore Johnny Beck sometimes outwardly appears to blame others for his misfortune.
Horror as entertainment?
October 30, 2002
Here’s why I should have seen the movie “Red Dragon” by now: It stars one of the greatest actors of our time, Anthony Hopkins. It has box office success with almost $100 million in ticket sales.
Progress lacking
October 30, 2002
Nick Constantinescu
October 30, 2002
Baldwin  Services for Nick Constantinescu, 80, Baldwin, are pending and will be announced by Lamb-Roberts-Heise Funeral Home, Baldwin. Mr. Constantinescu died Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2002, at Baldwin Care Center.
Pediatric care unit merger may be in offing
October 30, 2002
KU Med and Children’s Mercy Hospital are considering merging portions of their pediatric care units, officials said Tuesday.
Creative treats for Halloween
Chefs serve up spooky ideas
October 30, 2002
Even distinguished culinary professionals can show a spirit of fun when they turn their minds to tricky Halloween treats.
City briefs
October 30, 2002
Snow in today’s forecast Sorority to stage Halloween party for youths Meeting to focus on storm sewer projects Groups collecting eyeglasses County, dealership offer free child-safety seat checks FunRun to benefit Central
New faces make PGA Tour unpredictable
October 30, 2002
David Toms’ premonition was correct, and it eventually cost him. Coming off a year in which he won his first major championship and qualified for his first Ryder Cup team, Toms was playing in the Sony Open when he had to wait as the group in front of him teed off on the 18th hole at Waialae Country Club.
Series champs honored at Disneyland
October 30, 2002
With Jackie Autry riding alongside Minnie Mouse, tens of thousands of Angels fans cheered the team’s first World Series championship on at a Disneyland parade and later at a huge rally at Edison Field.
Correction
October 30, 2002
The name of a Kansas University bowler was incorrect in Monday’s Journal-World. Jason Elliott led Kansas in its season-opening tournament with a 199 average.
Kansas Women’s Basketball: KU’s Hallman hobbled
Jayhawks’ top recruit sidelined 3-4 weeks
October 30, 2002
Erica Hallman, centerpiece of Kansas University’s women’s basketball recruiting class, has been lost for three or four weeks with a knee injury.
News briefs
October 30, 2002
Louisiana: Tornado, flooding kill 4 along Gulf Washington: Atheist Scout given week to declare belief Los Angeles: Barbers file suit over movie remarks Virginia: Slave who planned revolt deemed patriot
Old home town - 25 and 100 years ago today
October 30, 2002
Russian ‘rescue’
October 30, 2002
The captives held in a Moscow theater knew they were in danger, but they probably didn’t expect to die at the hands of their rescuers.
City cedes unsought housing title
Overland Park ‘most expensive’; Lawrence broker questions survey
October 30, 2002
Lawrence is no longer the most expensive city in the state in which to buy a home, according to a new national survey.
Blood drive held today
October 30, 2002
A blood drive is planned Wednesday at First Christian Church, 1000 Ky. The Douglas County chapter of the American Red Cross is sponsoring the drive, which will be from noon to 6 p.m.
Halloween Recipes
October 30, 2002
Here are some delightfully creepy nibbles for Halloween:
Halloween Recipes
October 30, 2002
Here are some delightfully creepy nibbles for Halloween: