Archive for Sunday, December 28, 2003

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Poet’s showcase
December 28, 2003
Mary Ann Drummet
December 28, 2003
A. H.‘Hank’ North
December 28, 2003
Richard Nightingale Jr.
December 28, 2003
Ralph E. O’Connor
December 28, 2003
Lawrence commuter report
December 28, 2003
J. Bunker Clark
December 28, 2003
What are you reading?
December 28, 2003
Earth issues
December 28, 2003
Paul Isaac Davis
December 28, 2003
Flossie Marie Bowen
December 28, 2003
Fans planning ouster for Nebraska AD
Group of Cornhusker faithful touring state in effort to remove Pederson
December 28, 2003
This probably isn’t the kind of grass roots fund-raising effort Nebraska athletic director Steve Pederson had in mind.
Oh, how the tides turn
Struggling Raiders can’t catch a break
December 28, 2003
Seventeen weeks of misery ends today for the Oakland Raiders, once-proud champions of the AFC reduced to dreary also-rans this season.
On the record
December 28, 2003
Royals making right offseason moves
Kansas City manager Pena beaming about franchise’s ‘huge’ winter acquisitions
December 28, 2003
Tony Pena was easy to recognize at the recent winter meetings. He was the man who couldn’t stop smiling.
Jack Stanley Burn
December 28, 2003
Randall Montgomery Jackson
December 28, 2003
Living in the past
Longtime collector transforms home into shagadelic pad
December 28, 2003
Austin Powers would feel right at home in Richard Elioff’s groovy Minneapolis pad. Outside, it’s a traditional 1920s bungalow, but inside, it’s swingin’, baby!
Faces and places
December 28, 2003
Horoscopes
December 28, 2003
Bookstore
December 28, 2003
Fragile food
A case of “mad cow” disease in Washington may raise American consumers’ appreciation for the importance of a safe food supply.
December 28, 2003
The full impact of the discovery of “mad cow” disease in the United States isn’t known yet, but the case certainly raises the awareness of Americans to the importance of maintaining a safe food supply.
Kathryn Wayne Maupin McCabe
December 28, 2003
Pet Post
December 28, 2003