Archive for Sunday, February 8, 2004

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Poet’s Showcase
February 8, 2004
Wrong tax target
February 8, 2004
Current prices
February 8, 2004
Hunting isn’t over
Snow geese season goes through April 30
February 8, 2004
While most hunting seasons are over in Kansas, snow geese season extends through April 30.
Elizabeth J. Pooler
February 8, 2004
Cowboys enjoy Hilton romp
Oklahoma State routs Iowa State, 88-67, in Ames
February 8, 2004
John Lucas showed once more why Oklahoma State is so happy to have him.
What are you reading?
February 8, 2004
Aid information
February 8, 2004
Really obscene
February 8, 2004
MU-KU fan
February 8, 2004
Seniors calendar
February 8, 2004
Sass Services
February 8, 2004
Larry Kenneth Huggins
February 8, 2004
Fire in the belly
More people are popping pills to control that burning sensation
February 8, 2004
Americans are suffering a bad case of indigestion. Our discomfort has fed a market for heartburn medications that topped $13 billion in sales last year.
Deeper in debt
Legislative decisions in the mid-1990s have contributed to what many Kansans may consider an uncomfortable level of state debt.
February 8, 2004
The Kansas Constitution bars the state from spending more money than it has — but that doesn’t mean Kansas is debt-free.
On the record
February 8, 2004
Horoscopes
February 8, 2004
Bookstore
February 8, 2004
Alvin Stowe
February 8, 2004
Business briefs
February 8, 2004
Pet post
February 8, 2004
UNC bounces back, trips Wake
Tar Heels rebound from Duke loss with 79-73 win
February 8, 2004
The expressions on the faces of North Carolina’s players changed completely in 36 hours.
Family courts seeing more cases of obesity-related medical expenses
February 8, 2004