Archive for Sunday, February 2, 2003

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The world reacts
February 2, 2003
On the record
February 2, 2003
Gladys Johns
February 2, 2003
Tyler A. Kirk
February 2, 2003
Walter Kirk Robinson
February 2, 2003
Teresa E. Richling
February 2, 2003
Fast-food fairness
February 2, 2003
Heroic action
February 2, 2003
Old home town - 25, 40 and 100 years ago today
February 2, 2003
Aggies deny Knight
Texas Tech coach stuck on No. 799 after 64-59 setback
February 2, 2003
Bob Knight was denied his 800th career victory, and Bernard King was happy to be responsible.
Lawrence Commuter Report
February 2, 2003
Minimizing vaccines helps pets
Proper diet critical to immune system
February 2, 2003
C.S.I. Lawrence’ difficult work
Crime-scene specialists say TV show bears little resemblance to their jobs
February 2, 2003
Evidence, Lawrence Police Detective Dan Ward says, usually is something that falls to the ground.
First-time Pro-Bowlers to take stage
Dolphins’ Williams, Saints’ McAllister will make initial all-star appearances today
February 2, 2003
Four years after he joined the NFL, Ricky Williams finally found his way the Pro Bowl. So what took him so long? Williams says there’s no easy answer.
Jayhawks impress Nebraska’s Drevo
Cornhusker forward says Kansas ‘just as good’ as last year’s Final Four team
February 2, 2003
Not too many pundits have pronounced this season’s Kansas University men’s basketball team the equal of last year’s NCAA Final Four team.
Traffic insult
February 2, 2003
Altruism backfires in novel
Big picture lacking in Price’s ‘Samaritan’
February 2, 2003
Richard Price writes with the storytelling skills of a novelist and the eye and ear of a reporter.
What are you reading?
February 2, 2003
Credible source?
February 2, 2003
Bookstore
February 2, 2003
Horoscopes
February 2, 2003
Top 25 Men’s Roundup: No. 24 Syracuse stuns No. 2 Pitt
Orangemen deny Panthers shot at first-ever No. 1 ranking with 67-65 win
February 2, 2003
Jim Boeheim said the crowd won it. Jeremy McNeil’s shooting touch in the final minute didn’t hurt.
Business briefs
February 2, 2003