Archive for Wednesday, August 17, 2005

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Environmental groups lose appeal
Conservationists had supported plan for Missouri River that would imitate natural ebb and flow of water levels
August 17, 2005
Environmental groups lost their appeal Tuesday of a ruling allowing the Missouri River to be controlled without changes they say will save endangered fish and birds.
Maddux pitches Cubs past Astros
Chicago hurler outduels Houston’s Pettitte for 4-1 triumph
August 17, 2005
Facing Greg Maddux, another reliable outing wasn’t good enough for Andy Pettitte.
Shops come, go in West Lawrence retail area
Pizza place, upscale pet store moving into marketplace; Tanner’s closes
August 17, 2005
Pizza Shoppe is coming back to town.
Laptop sale turns into ‘total chaos’
August 17, 2005
Witnesses likened it to the running of the bulls.
August 17, 2005
Daily ticker
August 17, 2005
Lawrence datebook
August 17, 2005
On the record
August 17, 2005
Soldier’s murder sentence reduced
Fort Riley sergeant had pleaded guilty to ‘mercy killing’ of Iraqi teen
August 17, 2005
An Army general has reduced the prison sentence of a Fort Riley soldier convicted in the alleged mercy-killing of a severely injured Iraqi teenager in 2004.
Ortiz powers Red Sox late
Seven-run 10th inning gives Boston 10-7 victory
August 17, 2005
David Ortiz didn’t do much for the first eight innings. He made up for it in the last two.
Oldest baseball manager tossed
Bragan, 87, directs Fort Worth team for one game - actually a couple of innings - to pass Connie Mack
August 17, 2005
Bobby Bragan hinted weeks before his history-making appearance as manager of the Fort Worth Cats that he might get tossed out of the game.
August 17, 2005
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