Archive for Wednesday, December 28, 2005

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Warm weather Game: Holiday Issue
If Lawrence built a new multimillion-dollar library, where would it best fit downtown?

Poll results

Response Percent
The existing site, 700 block of Vermont Street.
Area at the old Riverfront Mall.
Near 11th and Massachusetts and New Hampshire streets.
An area in the 900 block of New Hampshire Street.
In the 800 block of Pennsylvania Street.
Total 1253
How did you spend your holidays?

Poll results

Response Percent
At home
On vacation
At grandma and grandspa’s house
Practicing for the upcoming season
Total 23

All stories

December 28, 2005
Lawrence datebook
December 28, 2005
Glaus heading north of the border
D’backs slugger waives no-trade clause, opts to join Blue Jays
December 28, 2005
Troy Glaus got a look at the rebuilt Toronto Blue Jays and waived his right to block a trade up north.
Daily ticker
December 28, 2005
Judging judges
A proposed evaluation system could help guide voters’ decisions about whether to retain appointed judges.
December 28, 2005
Judges hold an important and powerful position in our state, and most voters don’t know enough about the people they are asked to elect or retain in judgeships across the state.
Take a bow
Waddling penguins, falling-down drunk top 2005 list of 10 best overlooked performanes
December 28, 2005
Forget Oscar, these were the year’s most fun and lively performances - the ones we actually can’t wait to watch again. Please, no costumes, no accents.
December 28, 2005
For Wednesday, Dec. 28
On the record
December 28, 2005
Decades-old math problem solved
Professor’s solution in theory of waves is ‘like finding the Holy Grail’
December 28, 2005
A professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia is being recognized for solving a math problem that had stumped his peers for more than 40 years.
Commentary: Dungy a class act during trying time
Indianapolis coach handles son’s death with same grace that defines his life
December 28, 2005
Leave it to Tony Dungy. Amid all his tumult and tragedy, all the pain and the strain, all the tears and the fears, it was he who comforted us.