Archive for Sunday, May 9, 2004

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Poet’s Showcase
May 9, 2004
Country of hatred
May 9, 2004
Biblical truth
May 9, 2004
Defeat applauded
May 9, 2004
Fishing report
May 9, 2004
Robert Alvin White
May 9, 2004
Mary Jane Delligatti
May 9, 2004
Ione Etken-Nicholas
May 9, 2004
Jo L. Shaw Miller
May 9, 2004
On the record
May 9, 2004
Casablanca finally gets Rick’s Cafe
Former diplomat opens restaurant tribute to classic Bogart film
May 9, 2004
There’s a new gin joint in town, and now everybody comes to Rick’s.
Griffey, Larkin power Reds
Cincinnati plays long ball to turn back Giants
May 9, 2004
Ken Griffey Jr. and Barry Larkin aren’t ready for the past tense.
Lightning strike again
Tampa Bay wins eighth straight, 3-1, against Philly
May 9, 2004
It took the Tampa Bay Lightning just one period to get back into the flow of the playoffs.
Meola: Europe not ‘end-all’
Goalkeeper could play abroad, but prefers staying in United States
May 9, 2004
Tony Meola played in two soccer World Cups, kicked in several exhibition games for the New York Jets and was drafted by the New York Yankees as a catcher.
Crosswalk rules
May 9, 2004
Sharks, Flames bucking trends
San Jose, Calgary win despite low payrolls, unknown players, lack of playoff experience
May 9, 2004
It’s the first rule of Hollywood, and it’s also a reminder for hockey fans who scarcely can believe the cinematic matchup in the Western Conference finals.
Speak up
May 9, 2004
Highlights from the Kansas Legislature
May 9, 2004
Wayne H. Budke
May 9, 2004
Indiana keeps up pace
Pacers set record with sixth double-digit victory
May 9, 2004
The Indiana Pacers are dominating the playoffs like no other team in NBA history.
Cubs easy pick for Walker
Infielder: Backup on winner beats starting for loser
May 9, 2004
Todd Walker’s choice was tough, yet so simple.
Bookstore
May 9, 2004
Faces and places
May 9, 2004
Horoscope
May 9, 2004