Archive for Sunday, July 18, 2004

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Faces and places
July 18, 2004
Horoscopes
July 18, 2004
Shoot to end today
July 18, 2004
Garcia, ChiSox ‘finally’ solve A’s
Chicago wins at Oakland for second time in last 17 games, 5-2
July 18, 2004
Freddy Garcia and the Chicago White Sox got rare wins in Oakland on Saturday.
KU gives pay raises to Perkins, staff
Kansas athletic director’s salary boosted from $400,000 to $420,000; Hadl’s salary bumped by $55,000
July 18, 2004
Kansas University athletic director Lew Perkins received a 5 percent pay raise this month, as did a handful of his senior staffers.
The truth about water
Eight glasses a day advice turns out to be a myth
July 18, 2004
Water is the wheel that keeps us going. It lubricates our joints, protects our organs, makes our blood flow and regulates our body temperature.
Pet post
July 18, 2004
Outdoor fitness
Research shows working in garden has health benefits
July 18, 2004
Half Dome’s alluring summit
Yosemite National Park visitors overcome fears on 8,842-ft. climb
July 18, 2004
Anthony Frost was just 200 feet from the summit of Half Dome when he lost his nerve. Then he almost lost his lunch.
Santana solves K.C. again
July 18, 2004
Johan Santana has mastered the Kansas City Royals.
Thursey Mae Atkins
July 18, 2004
Bookstore
July 18, 2004
What are you reading?
July 18, 2004
On the record
July 18, 2004
Zahniser services
July 18, 2004
Clarence E. Denton
July 18, 2004
The race card
July 18, 2004
Ease pollution
July 18, 2004
Life purpose
July 18, 2004
Vote distribution
July 18, 2004
Education is Job One
Kansas voters shouldn’t let hot-button issues distract them from the top issue in this fall’s legislative elections.
July 18, 2004
There is no more important duty of state government than to educate its young people. That’s Job One, and it should be Issue One in the current campaigns of those seeking seats in the Kansas Legislature.
Byrd maintains B.C. Open lead
Five challengers one stroke back at New York tourney
July 18, 2004
Jonathan Byrd stayed in the catbird seat in the B.C. Open. Barely.
More French follies
Levet’s struggles similar to Van de Velde’s
July 18, 2004
Thomas Levet staged more French follies in the third round of the British Open.
Area fishing report
July 18, 2004
Poet’s showcase
July 18, 2004
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