Archive for Tuesday, July 15, 2003

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Postal corkscrew
July 15, 2003
Property rights
July 15, 2003
Safe and sane
July 15, 2003
Public perversion
July 15, 2003
Daily ticker
July 15, 2003
Commodities
July 15, 2003
Budget cut a blow to school spirit
Salina cheerleaders won’t accompany teams on the road
July 15, 2003
Cheerleaders at Salina’s two high schools will be keeping their spirit at home this year.
Horoscopes
July 15, 2003
For Tuesday, July 15, 2003.
Honored guests
Two programs at Kansas University and another using a city facility offer great opportunities for Lawrence and KU to make a good impression on young people and those who care about them.
July 15, 2003
Two stories in Friday’s Journal-World told about outstanding young men and women coming to Lawrence to participate in two excellent programs at Kansas University.
On the record
July 15, 2003
Course brown, brittle for British Open
Golfers eager to face challenge of high rough, parched greens at Royal St. George’s
July 15, 2003
At any other major championship, a golf course that looked crusty, brown and neglected would be considered an eyesore. At the British Open, they call it paradise.
Fireworks-free
July 15, 2003