Archive for Sunday, July 20, 2003

All stories

Kiss it goodbye
July 20, 2003
Freedom issue?
July 20, 2003
Marriage laws
July 20, 2003
Warming up to new yoga routines
Gaining popularity, new styles turn up heat on old form of exercise
July 20, 2003
Swimming in sweat in a 100-plus-degree room while straining through a workout is apropos for wrestlers, not so much, however, for your average exerciser.
On the record
July 20, 2003
Mandela celebrates 85 years
Global investment needed in Africa, Clinton argues
July 20, 2003
The best birthday gift for Nelson Mandela would be for the world to do more for Africa, former President Bill Clinton said Saturday.
Fedorov leaves Wings for Ducks
Center signs five-year, $40 million deal with Anaheim
July 20, 2003
Sergei Fedorov figured it was time for a change. So he’s heading to California.
Area fishing report
July 20, 2003
Pet post
July 20, 2003
Bookstore
July 20, 2003
Horoscope
July 20, 2003
For Sunday, July 20, 2003.
Who’s who of Kansans to attend dedication
July 20, 2003
Timing was off
July 20, 2003
Author scores with 14th ‘Prey’ detective thriller
John Sandford turns cop reporting experience into lucrative book career
July 20, 2003
Even after winning a Pulitzer Prize, reporter John Camp realized it wasn’t enough to put his two kids through college.
Braves’ Ortiz earns 13th victory
Atlanta defeats Glavine for fourth time this season in 7-4 win
July 20, 2003
Russ Ortiz labored through five innings, throwing 101 pitches and never finding a comfort zone.
Not newsworthy
July 20, 2003
Program touted
July 20, 2003
What are you reading?
July 20, 2003
Inspiration for ‘Six Degrees’ dies at 39
Con artist who claimed to be son of Sidney Poitier had ‘need to be fabulous’
July 20, 2003
This was no stage production, and there was no happy ending.
Picking apart fashion faux pas
Style show hosts tell people ‘What Not To Wear’
July 20, 2003
For a fashion victim, the first step toward recovery is admitting the problem.