Archive for Friday, June 18, 2004

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Weak dollar
June 18, 2004
Search focus
June 18, 2004
Reagan friends
June 18, 2004
Woods’ game missing something
Tiger fires 2-over-par 72 in opening round
June 18, 2004
Tiger Woods was tailed around Shinnecock Hills Golf Club by one of the largest throngs on the grounds.
Pedal to the metal
Musical prodigy Robert Randolph brings a family groove to the Wakarusa Festival
June 18, 2004
For Robert Randolph, music has been a lifelong family affair.
Attention Brown: Don’t step down
Pistons’ coach should use Vermeil, Parcells, Daly as examples to answer retirement question
June 18, 2004
Larry Brown now stands on the top rung of basketball coaching as the only man to win both the NCAA and NBA championships. He already has gold medals as an Olympic player and assistant.
GOP lawsuits will be consolidated
Lawsuits against secretary of state, Kansas Republican Party chairman challenge opening of primary
June 18, 2004
Two lawsuits aimed at keeping unaffiliated voters from participating in the Aug. 3 Republican primary will be consolidated, attorneys said Thursday.
Dorothy Boardman
June 18, 2004
Mary Jane Graham
June 18, 2004
Votaw services
June 18, 2004
Hillyard services
June 18, 2004
On the record
June 18, 2004
Jozina Roberman
June 18, 2004
Daily ticker
June 18, 2004
Feeling the rush
June 18, 2004
Red-hot Reds sweep Texas
Griffey 0-for-3, still waiting on milestone homer
June 18, 2004
Junior is taking his quest for No. 500 on the road, still aglow over three great days in his hometown.
Carol Marie Murillo
June 18, 2004
Jule Bernece Glass
June 18, 2004
Gardner services
June 18, 2004
Kenny Ray Martin
June 18, 2004
Horoscopes
June 18, 2004