Archive for Sunday, August 15, 2004

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Poet’s showcase
August 15, 2004
Money talks
National anti-tax groups are letting their money do the talking in Kansas legislative races.
August 15, 2004
Remember the advice of Watergate informer “Deep Throat”? “Follow the money,” he told the Washington Post reporters.
Other lessons
August 15, 2004
Stands on draft
August 15, 2004
Insulted resident
August 15, 2004
Thanks, Rush
August 15, 2004
Much to see
August 15, 2004
Calendar
August 15, 2004
Eugene W. Haley
August 15, 2004
Lorene Allison Boyd
August 15, 2004
Glen L. ‘Shorty’ Lee
August 15, 2004
On the record
August 15, 2004
Self still aggressive on recruiting trail
Oral commitments from Chalmers, Downs ensure solid class, but KU has two scholarships remaining
August 15, 2004
As the 2004-05 school year begins, Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self is half-finished recruiting.
What are you reading?
August 15, 2004
Area fishing report
August 15, 2004
Hurricane Charley shakes up NFL
Buccaneers’ Gruden stunned by intensity of Florida storm; Tampa’s exhibition with Cincy postponed
August 15, 2004
Jon Gruden never will forget peering out the window in his hotel room and getting a close-up view of Hurricane Charley.
Aching for the burn
Exercise addiction similar to drug and alcohol abuse
August 15, 2004
irst came the bruises all over her legs and the chronic “tired-to-the-bone” feeling. Her periods stopped coming. She kept losing weight.
Wood too good for Dodgers
Cubs ace homers, pitches eight shutout innings
August 15, 2004
Kerry Wood had a memorable day on the mound and at the plate.
More biking
August 15, 2004
Pet post
August 15, 2004
Bookstore
August 15, 2004
Bush disaster
August 15, 2004
Yankees’ Olerud haunts ex-mates
Indians turn back Twins, close to within one game of top spot in Central
August 15, 2004
John Olerud wasn’t out for revenge against the Seattle Mariners.
Horoscopes
August 15, 2004
Dolphins prevail sans Williams
Fiedler, Feeley each shine in win over Jags
August 15, 2004
Jay Fiedler and A.J. Feeley battled to a draw and helped the Miami Dolphins win.
USC top preseason pick
AP chooses defending champs as early No. 1
August 15, 2004
Southern California greeted news of its first preseason No. 1 ranking since 1979 with ambivalence.
Faces and places
August 15, 2004