Archive for Sunday, September 5, 2004

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Best sellers
September 5, 2004
Who’s reporting?
September 5, 2004
Greenhouse effect
September 5, 2004
Immigration issue
September 5, 2004
Sovereign tribes
September 5, 2004
Social workers’ safety questioned
Husband fights for more precautions after wife killed during house call
September 5, 2004
Matt Zenner was never convinced. His social worker wife said not to worry about her frequent visits to clients’ homes, but he wouldn’t bite.
On the record
September 5, 2004
Alice L. Burroughs
September 5, 2004
Singh sets sights on top ranking
No. 2 golfer takes lead from Woods at Deutsche Bank
September 5, 2004
Forget college football: The best battle for No. 1 might be taking place on a golf course outside of Boston.
Edmonds hits 300th career homer
Marquis wins 11th straight decision as Cardinals clip Dodgers, 5-1
September 5, 2004
Shortly after hitting his 300th career home run, Jim Edmonds was put in his place.
How they scored
September 5, 2004
What are you reading?
September 5, 2004
Orioles keep Yanks reeling
Ponson pitches two-hitter in Baltimore’s 7-0 victory
September 5, 2004
The New York Yankees can’t even push a runner past first base lately, much less find a way to score.
LSU survives scare in OT
No. 4 Tigers escape Oregon State on missed PAT
September 5, 2004
LSU got lucky, and Nick Saban knew it.
Pet post
September 5, 2004
No safety net?
Comparatively speaking, supporting an effort to keep after-school programs open may not be such a bad use of taxpayer money.
September 5, 2004
Maybe it didn’t sound as bad at the meeting as it did in the paper, but the juxtaposition of two issues recently discussed by city, county and school officials seemed to drip with irony.
Artful amalgam
Collage Concert combines artists, designers, musicians and dancers for fast-paced medley
September 5, 2004
Music and fine art don’t lie too far apart on the artistic spectrum.
Faces and places
September 5, 2004
Horoscopes
September 5, 2004
Notebook
September 5, 2004
Bowmen know they must stay still
Manufacturers can’t make anything that can stifle movement
September 5, 2004
One of the attractions of hunting white-tailed deer with a bow and arrow is the opportunity to discover new ways to mess up.
Poet’s Showcase
September 5, 2004
Nora McNeil
September 5, 2004
Ina Lee ‘Pinkie’ Green
September 5, 2004