Archive for Saturday, October 16, 2004

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Right to speak
October 16, 2004
Ethical news
October 16, 2004
Racing teens
October 16, 2004
Scouting news
October 16, 2004
FCE News
October 16, 2004
Club news
October 16, 2004
Engagements
October 16, 2004
Leyland George Grammer
October 16, 2004
J.W. Basinger
October 16, 2004
Jonathan O. Nottingham
October 16, 2004
Florence M. Sens
October 16, 2004
Sara Jo Hoobing
October 16, 2004
Mildred Anna Denison
October 16, 2004
Lawrence Datebook
October 16, 2004
Clayton L. Comfort
October 16, 2004
Consumer advocacy
Kansans should applaud efforts by the state attorney general to police business practices that treat consumers unfairly
October 16, 2004
Two legal cases in the news this week — one that was filed and one that may be waiting in the wings — fully deserve the attention of the Kansas Attorney General’s Office.
Terror twins?
October 16, 2004
People and places
October 16, 2004
Faith forum
October 16, 2004
Can prayers heal?
Religion briefs
October 16, 2004
Nobel Prizes put eyes on California schools
Lesser-known state universities reap benefits of research emphasis
October 16, 2004
The University of California system is amassing Nobel Prizes at campuses once noted more for beer bashes and odd mascots than academic excellence.
Around and about
October 16, 2004
Midnight Madness a growing tradition
Schools try to outdo each other with festivities — including laser shows, skits, dunking lines
October 16, 2004
The college basketball season officially ended just over six months ago when Connecticut left the Alamodome with its second national championship trophy.
Haskell, Baker hitting road this weekend
Fightin’ Indians travel to take on Texas College; Wildcats to tackle Culver-Stockton
October 16, 2004
Football players from Haskell Indian Nations and Baker universities had to make long Friday road trips prior to today’s games.
Weddings
October 16, 2004
Society calendar
October 16, 2004
On the record
October 16, 2004
Horoscopes
October 16, 2004