Archive for Sunday, July 4, 2004

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Poet’s showcase
July 4, 2004
Seeking utopia?
July 4, 2004
Turned away
July 4, 2004
Individual rights
July 4, 2004
Vernon Swinson
July 4, 2004
Fine wines can come in a box, industry says
Vintners aim to make products more convenient
July 4, 2004
Cork-sniffers beware: A new crop of vintners is joining the cubist movement, selling their wine in a box.
What are you reading?
July 4, 2004
Area fishing reports
July 4, 2004
On the record
July 4, 2004
Frank Rayner Burge
July 4, 2004
Davis services
July 4, 2004
KU funds
July 4, 2004
Sunning skin
With hot weather, more people will spend time outdoors. Dermatologists warn that people should take proper precautions to avoid sunburn and long-term problems, such as skin cancer.
July 4, 2004
With hot weather, more people will spend time outdoors. Dermatologists warn that people should take proper precautions to avoid sunburn and long-term problems, such as skin cancer.
Bookstore
July 4, 2004
Area groups schedule Fourth of July events
July 4, 2004
Jeff Gordon wins again
Hendrick claims another plate win
July 4, 2004
Jeff Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports are the new kings of NASCAR plate racing.
Horoscopes
July 4, 2004
Verne O. Lacey
July 4, 2004
Pet post
July 4, 2004
Sharapova shocks Serena
Russian teen cruises to first Grand Slam title
July 4, 2004
Tennis has a new superstar. And she’s just 17.
Still a great nation
In times of controversy, it’s important to focus on the American freedom and ideals we all hold dear.
July 4, 2004
The Fourth of July is a traditional day for Americans to flaunt their patriotism. Flags will fly and fireworks will explode in celebration of our nation’s independence and ideals.
Fred H. Larrabee
July 4, 2004
Faces & places
July 4, 2004
USA’s Armstrong off to fast start
Seeking sixth straight win, Texan second in 3.8-mile prologue race against clock
July 4, 2004
Doubters take note: Lance Armstrong is not playing to lose.