Archive for Wednesday, July 14, 2004

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Alert and alive
Road construction calls for extra caution by motorists.
July 14, 2004
The summer construction season makes it even more important for drivers to be alert and careful on the road.
Get registered
Registration is just the first step in being an informed voter.
July 14, 2004
Special efforts in Lawrence are urging young people and members of the local homeless community to register to vote.
VNA needs
July 14, 2004
No religion
July 14, 2004
Pool issues
July 14, 2004
Golf thoughts
July 14, 2004
City softball
July 14, 2004
British Open is wide open
With Woods no longer dominating majors, field feels confident
July 14, 2004
Despite two U.S. Open titles and a wealth of talent, Ernie Els used to show up at major championships and try to convince himself he could win.
Monty still seeking elusive title
Montgomerie aiming for first British Open crown on course where he learned to play
July 14, 2004
Colin Montgomerie is home again, trying for perhaps the final time to win the major championship he so desperately covets on the course where he learned to play.
AL lights up Rocket
Six-run first chases Clemens, buries NL
July 14, 2004
Roger Clemens hardly had time to worry about Mike Piazza. He was too busy getting banged up by American League hitters.
Commodities
July 14, 2004
Daily ticker
July 14, 2004
Michael J. Walts
July 14, 2004
Kevin Paul Meyer
July 14, 2004
Corrections
July 14, 2004
Phelps handed another setback
Crocker breaks his own world record while winning 100-meter butterfly
July 14, 2004
Michael Phelps heads to Athens trying to bounce back from another loss.
KU symbols
July 14, 2004
On the record
July 14, 2004
Armstrong in hunt as mountain stages loom
American sixth overall after ninth stage; Voeckler still leading cycling event
July 14, 2004
Move over sprinters, time for climbers to shine.
Soriano named MVP
Top vote-getter comes through for AL
July 14, 2004
Now Alfonso Soriano is an MVP, too.
Horoscopes
July 14, 2004
Once invincible, Jones now beatable
Five-time medal winner at Sydney could miss Games
July 14, 2004
Once nearly invincible, Marion Jones is becoming more beatable with each event at the U.S. Olympic track trials.