Archive for Sunday, June 27, 2004

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Jeff Gordon driven to win today
Poor showing at Michigan motivates 4-time champ
June 27, 2004
Jeff Gordon’s strategy this week at Infineon Raceway is simple: “Attack, attack, attack.”
Scott ties 54-hole record
Australian leads Booz Allen Classic by six strokes
June 27, 2004
A curious fan watched Adam Scott hit a perfect wedge to within two feet to set up a birdie at the eighth hole.
Titans shut down Longhorns
Clutch hitting propels red-hot Fullerton past Texas
June 27, 2004
A Cal State Fullerton team that had a losing record at midseason is now one win away from a national championship.
Wal-Mart battling negative publicity
Company trying to roll back increasing attacks on reputation
June 27, 2004
Wal-Mart, sick of being blamed for global and social woes, is turning on the charm.
Cantrell services
June 27, 2004
Horoscope
June 27, 2004
Briefs
June 27, 2004
White Sox pack punch
Home runs send Cubs to 6-3 setback
June 27, 2004
Power and poise helped the White Sox get even with the Cubs.
What are you reading?
June 27, 2004
On the record
June 27, 2004
John Warren Beeks
June 27, 2004
Delligatti services
June 27, 2004
Nona Aileen Tollefson
June 27, 2004
Martin services
June 27, 2004
Gary E. Farrell
June 27, 2004
Area fishing report
June 27, 2004
St. Louis catches breaks
K.C. rally foiled in ninth; pitching fails in 10th
June 27, 2004
Edgar Renteria and the St. Louis Cardinals were both lucky and good.
Costly ‘gift’
June 27, 2004
Tangential ties
June 27, 2004
Funding fairness
Legislation to coordinate the state’s higher education efforts has created a serious funding inequity between universities and community colleges.
June 27, 2004
It’s good that at least one member of the Kansas Board of Regents is focusing on the funding inequities created by the legislation that brought vocational schools, community colleges and state universities under the same governance umbrella in 1999.
Vitamins or candy?
More vitamins resembling candy are being marketed to kids. But expersts say the products may confuse children and pose potential health risks.
June 27, 2004
The profusion of children’s vitamins on store shelves might make a parent wonder if Mary Poppins has gone corporate: A spoonful of sugar apparently does help the medicine go down.
Seniors calendar
June 27, 2004
Bookstore
June 27, 2004
Poet’s showcase
June 27, 2004
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