Archive for Sunday, October 3, 2004

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Pet post
October 3, 2004
Missouri hands CU first setback
No. 2 OU, No. 5 UT, No. 25 OSU prevail
October 3, 2004
Call it the revenge of the Fifth Down.
Retailers catering to 35-and-older females
Companies launch more stylish concepts for previously ‘underserved market’
October 3, 2004
At the peak of their earnings and spending power, women ages 35 and older are a huge and potentially lucrative market for the nation’s apparel merchants.
Run-off river
October 3, 2004
Jack Kerns
October 3, 2004
John P. Saunders
October 3, 2004
Best sellers
October 3, 2004
Faces and places
October 3, 2004
Notebook
October 3, 2004
Horoscopes
October 3, 2004
City’s clubs, organizations diverse in form, function
Early groups promoted education, civic causes — just as many do today
October 3, 2004
When it came to lighting fires, these guys were pros.
Preservation of history now a priority
Bank’s expansion led city to change policies for redevelopment
October 3, 2004
In Lawrence, as in many towns, the conflict between preservation of the old and development of the new is a constant source of tension.
Tooting its horn
In practice if not name, Lawrence has been the ‘City of the Arts’ since its founders toted their instruments cross-country in 1854
October 3, 2004
City of the Arts” may be a relatively recent moniker for Lawrence, but it wouldn’t have been a misnomer 150 years ago.
What are you reading?
October 3, 2004
On the record
October 3, 2004
How they scored
October 3, 2004
Calendar
October 3, 2004
Selective faith
October 3, 2004
Bad company?
October 3, 2004
Matter of taste
The Japanese people have developed a taste for U.S. beef and are pressing for their government to lift the import ban.
October 3, 2004
Americans may not have much appreciation for U.S. farmers, but it looks like the Japanese sure do.
Shared security
Congratulations to Sen. Pat Roberts for sticking to his guns on the issue of U.S. intelligence agencies sharing information.
October 3, 2004
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., is right to continue to press for more communication among U.S. intelligence agencies.
Poet’s Showcase
October 3, 2004