Archive for Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Also from June 18

On the street
Polls
Should the Lawrence School District test children who might have been exposed to lead paint at school and begin a lead paint abatement program?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes. Common sense dictates the district go beyond government rules.
 
41%
No. The school district is in compliance with state and federal regulations regarding lead paint and the cost of a complete lead abatement program would be astronomical.
 
32%
The issue needs further study by the school district on what should be done and what the cost would be..
 
21%
Undecided.
 
4%
Total 355

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Daily ticker
June 18, 2003
Wells gives Yankees split
New York divides doubleheader with Devil Rays
June 18, 2003
David Wells showed foundering teammate Jeff Weaver how it’s done.
Three Mets combine for one-hitter
Seo earns victory as New York faces minimum 27 Marlins in 5-0 win
June 18, 2003
It wasn’t perfect, but it’s as close as the New York Mets have ever come in their 42-year history.
Steps to save calories
June 18, 2003
On the record
June 18, 2003
Horoscopes
June 18, 2003
For Wednesday, June 18, 2003.
KU pursues memorial to ‘Forgotten War’
South Korea native donates $30,000 toward proposed plaza to honor veterans of 1950s conflict
June 18, 2003
Yong Kim still vividly remembers the invasion of his hometown by North Korean troops.
Texas ousts Miami, 5-1
Longhorns advance; Stanford knocks off South Carolina, 13-6
June 18, 2003
Texas’ Sam LeCure responded to one of the toughest situations a freshman pitcher could face.
Lawrence Datebook
June 18, 2003
Mary L. Graves
June 18, 2003
Commodities
June 18, 2003
Model father
June 18, 2003
Fan of the T
June 18, 2003
Tax gaps
June 18, 2003
Pledge optional
June 18, 2003
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