Archive for Wednesday, August 25, 2004

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On the street
Do you think testing students involved in extracurricular activities for drugs would be a good prevention tool?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes - students would want to be involved in after school activities. Social time with friends would be put at risk with drug use.
This is a silly concept. It disregards a person’s right to privacy.
Maybe - some students probably would take the risk of doing drugs if the testing is at random.
No - Students don’t care. They would still try it.
Total 606

All stories

Platoon leader’s funeral draws 800 mourners
Church’s sanctuary, fellowship hall, outdoor tents fill for former Bonner Springs valedictorian’s memorial
August 25, 2004
The sanctuary at First Baptist Church in Green Forest filled to capacity with 250 mourners for 2nd Lt. James Michael Goins’ funeral Tuesday.
Els still suffering from major heartache
Big Easy hurting from missed opportunities down stretch at all four majors
August 25, 2004
The majors over, Ernie Els went to Firestone with another chance to be No. 1 in the world. He never broke par.
Daily ticker
August 25, 2004
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August 25, 2004
Mangelsdorf services
August 25, 2004
Lorna Marie Craig Stullken
August 25, 2004
On the record
August 25, 2004
Wendell G. Mohling
August 25, 2004
Donald LaFawn Jacka Sr.
August 25, 2004
Dixie Lee Sigler
August 25, 2004
Wells keeps Mets in check
Padres hurler comes within one out of shutout
August 25, 2004
It’s a baseball axiom as old as pitching itself, and David Wells knows all about it.
Kline defense
August 25, 2004
Fieldhouse next?
August 25, 2004
Poor reflection
State and local officials should assist those who are seeking to improve the upkeep of a local cemetery.
August 25, 2004
It’s disappointing to hear complaints of lax maintenance at Memorial Park Cemetery in East Lawrence.
Virtual school now a reality
The new Lawrence Virtual School appears to be off to a good start.
August 25, 2004
Lawrence school district officials deserve a pat on the back for their efforts to launch a computer-based charter school.