Archive for Monday, May 17, 2004

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K-State honor
The selection of Kansas State University as a testing center for mad cow disease is good news for the entire state.
May 17, 2004
Congratulations to Kansas State University officials on the school’s selection as one of five new centers to help test for mad cow disease.
Fitting tribute
Those choosing artwork to commemorate Lawrence’s 150th birthday should make sure the piece will be a fitting tribute that will stand the test of time.
May 17, 2004
News that the Lawrence Arts Commission will sponsor a contest to select a design for a piece of downtown art to commemorate the city’s 150th anniversary is both welcome and worrisome.
Food reaction
May 17, 2004
Band’s value
May 17, 2004
Faculty response
May 17, 2004
Stuck with the bill
May 17, 2004
Athletics sweep Royals
Zito, rookie Crosby lead Oakland, 6-2
May 17, 2004
Bobby Crosby’s biggest defensive gaffe of the season led to his best day at the plate.
Douglas E. Young
May 17, 2004
John L. Baldwin
May 17, 2004
On the record
May 17, 2004
Irene M. Adams
May 17, 2004
Lawrence City Commission agenda
Agenda highlights ¢ 6:35 p.m. Tuesday ¢ City Hall, Sixth and Massachusetts streets ¢
May 17, 2004
The Lawrence City Commission will write off $189,000 in unpaid utility bills from 2002.
Horoscopes
May 17, 2004
Jays’ Halladay outduels Pedro
Boston standout Martinez suffers first career loss in Toronto, 3-1
May 17, 2004
Roy Halladay refused to be topped by Pedro Martinez again.
LHS senior setting sights on state title
Lions’ Spencer has high hopes heading into today’s Class 6A regional at Heritage Golf Club in Olathe
May 17, 2004
Don’t look away when it’s Nathaniel Spencer’s turn to hit. You just might miss it.
Piazza denies Clemens’ bid
Ninth-inning homer sparks Mets to 13-inning win
May 17, 2004
Mike Piazza waited until the brink of defeat to ruin Roger Clemens’ afternoon.