Archive for Wednesday, December 1, 2004

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Smoking vote
December 1, 2004
Sleepy teens
December 1, 2004
Activity support
December 1, 2004
Letter language
December 1, 2004
Fear of liberals?
December 1, 2004
Commodities
December 1, 2004
Daily ticker
December 1, 2004
Willingham ousted at Notre Dame
Irish give boot to football coach after just three seasons
December 1, 2004
Notre Dame fired football coach Tyrone Willingham after just three seasons on Tuesday.
On the record
December 1, 2004
Grace Roseann Long
December 1, 2004
Clifford Allen McConnell
December 1, 2004
Dole Institute to rehash 2004 election
Three roundtable discussions will focus on what happened, why
December 1, 2004
Bill Lacy is hoping people aren’t sick of hearing about elections.
Nets halt nine-game slide
New Jersey belts Bobcats for first win since Nov. 9
December 1, 2004
Richard Jefferson and the New Jersey Nets finally struck the right balance to end a nine-game losing streak.
Alice R. Pulliam
December 1, 2004
Horoscopes
December 1, 2004
Complex problem
Lawrence is a caring community that wants to help those who are less fortunate, but providing services to the homeless continues to raise almost as many questions as answers.
December 1, 2004
A couple of recent reports in the Journal-World once again confirm the complexity of providing services for homeless people in Lawrence.
Signing off
Retiring NBC anchor symbolizes fading era in network news
December 1, 2004
When he takes his leave of “NBC Nightly News” today, Tom Brokaw says it will be short and sweet, not “an opus of any kind but more a personal farewell.”
Vermeil says he plans to return next season
Chiefs’ coach has no plans to retire with one year remaining on contract
December 1, 2004
The coach who made “burnout” a part of sports lexicon is 68 now and enduring one of the most disappointing years of a long, distinguished career.
Court limits damages on misleading loans
Consumer advocates disappointed with ruling on Truth in Lending Act
December 1, 2004
Car buyers beware: People misled about auto loans cannot use a federal law to receive significant damages, the Supreme Court said Tuesday.
Photo: Roof raised
December 1, 2004