Archive for Sunday, February 13, 2005

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Horoscopes
February 13, 2005
On the record
February 13, 2005
Best sellers
February 13, 2005
Pet post
February 13, 2005
Clinton crappie count lowest since ‘96 sampling
Largemouth bass also on decline, but channel catfish, white bass abundant
February 13, 2005
Surveys in 2003 showed that 51 percent of all fishermen on Clinton Lake were seeking crappie.
Medicaid ‘monster’ keeps growing
Inflation has driven up spending on health care for poor by 30 percent the past two years
February 13, 2005
Over the past two years, state spending on health care for the poor has increased 30 percent.
Terps too tough for Devils
Maryland overcomes No. 7 Duke, 99-92, in OT
February 13, 2005
For 40 minutes, Duke withstood a spirited effort by Maryland in front of a fervent, hostile crowd.
Tigers rally past Sooners in OT
Mizzou stuns No. 16 OU; Iowa State topples Tech
February 13, 2005
No second-half swoon for Missouri this time.
Faces and places
February 13, 2005
What are you reading?
February 13, 2005
Climbers clamoring for indoor rock walls
Youths, adults take to challenge of reaching summit on artificial surface
February 13, 2005
Kept from ski lessons by subzero cold, the homebound children were climbing the walls.
Many flu remedies worth a shot
Hand-washing key to avoiding illness
February 13, 2005
In this age of mutant germs and vaccine voids, is resistance futile?
Bending reality
Review: E.M.U. one-acts challenge audience
February 13, 2005
There were knives, pie and pigs in the basement of the Lawrence Arts Center on Friday night.
Calendar
February 13, 2005
Mickelson masterful at Pebble Beach
Lefty’ 20 under through three rounds for seven-shot lead
February 13, 2005
Phil Mickelson must have an idea how Tiger Woods felt when he won the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach five years ago.
Owens practices but won’t play
February 13, 2005
Terrell Owens just can’t stay off the football field.
Really a bargain?
February 13, 2005
Dedicated staff
February 13, 2005
Education loss
February 13, 2005
Color costs
February 13, 2005
State’s loss
The selection of a new commissioner of education could be used to make a significant shift in state education policies.
February 13, 2005
The retirement of Andy Tompkins as the state commissioner of education is a huge loss for Kansas.