Archive for Sunday, January 9, 2005

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Poet’s showcase
January 9, 2005
Neighborly service
January 9, 2005
Getting real
January 9, 2005
Baylor makes statement
Third-ranked Bears turn back seventh-ranked Texas, 63-60
January 9, 2005
Baylor has emerged as arguably THE power in the state of Texas and the Big 12 South division.
Lawrence commuter report
January 9, 2005
Draft of bond proposal up for review
School board agenda highlights ¢ 7 p.m. Monday ¢ district service center, 110 McDonald Drive ¢ Sunflower Broadband Channel 26
January 9, 2005
Lawrence school board members are scheduled to discuss a draft of a resolution authorizing a bond election and the questions that would be on the ballot.
Let’s hit the beach
January 9, 2005
How do you like your beach?
Calendar
January 9, 2005
What are you reading?
January 9, 2005
Living Wright
Owners open architect’s famed designs to guests
January 9, 2005
If Fallingwater is Frank Lloyd Wright’s greatest work, then a house he designed in this Cleveland suburb is one of his most livable.
Xachrin Nicole Hodges
January 9, 2005
On the record
January 9, 2005
Best friends
January 9, 2005
Pretty enough to eat
Artists use food to bring landscapes and portraits to life
January 9, 2005
It’s tough looking at Mondongo’s art on an empty stomach.
Pet post
January 9, 2005
Arthur W. Skidmore III
January 9, 2005
Horoscopes
January 9, 2005
Notebook
January 9, 2005
Rams first .500 team to advance in playoffs
Bulger’s late touchdown pass decisive as St. Louis turns back Seahawks, 27-20
January 9, 2005
Matt Hasselbeck waited all season to redeem himself for what happened in last season’s playoffs at Green Bay.
Jets jolt Chargers in overtime
Pennington propels New York to 20-17 win
January 9, 2005
Chad Pennington’s shoulder held up well enough to throw Marty Schottenheimer and the San Diego Chargers right out of the playoffs.
Men entering nursing grows
Job satisfaction, salaries draw men to positions long held by women
January 9, 2005
Jay Hindman, a burly guy with bulging forearms and a buzz haircut, would look perfectly comfortable behind the wheel of a forklift.
Faces and places
January 9, 2005
Lead dangers
January 9, 2005
Big image, big bucks
Kansas wants to be known as a place that can think big, but the price tag on the state’s new image campaign is raising some eyebrows.
January 9, 2005
If Kansas wants a big image, it apparently is going to cost big dollars.
Bookseller
January 9, 2005
Cell phones to offer TV
Companies tout high-tech plans at show
January 9, 2005
The screens may be tiny and the batteries overworked, but the wireless industry is bringing TV to a cell phone near you.