Archive for Sunday, January 16, 2005

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Poet’s showcase
January 16, 2005
Fix K-12 first
January 16, 2005
State responds
January 16, 2005
Taxpayer rights
January 16, 2005
Badges for all?
January 16, 2005
Outside influence
January 16, 2005
Always more
Rather than advocating “impact” fees on new development maybe Parks and Recreation officials should try harder to live within their budget.
January 16, 2005
Now that the city’s Parks and Recreation Department is spending much of its sales tax revenue to retire the debt on projects that already have been built, its leaders are looking for a new revenue stream.
Mountain fun, made-to-order
Jackson Hole serves plenty of fresh powder, with a dash of cowboy culture on the side
January 16, 2005
Bleary-eyed skiers and snowboarders clambered into Teton Village’s distinctive red tram car for its opening run, squinting as they glanced up at fresh snow sparkling under the morning sun.
New studies rate popular diets
Frequently eating fast food maligned; trend diets find success but not adherence
January 16, 2005
Two or three fast-food meals among the typical 21 per week don’t sound like much but, over time, they add up.
What are you reading?
January 16, 2005
A. Keith Colman, Eudora
January 16, 2005
On the record
January 16, 2005
Paul powers Wake Forest past UNC
Point guard scores 26; No. 4 Deacons hit all 32 free throws in 95-82 victory
January 16, 2005
Chris Paul wanted to win, and he got a reminder on just how to make that happen from Wake Forest coach Skip Prosser.
Brownback on GOP presidential radar
As Bush’s second term begins, speculation surrounds Kansas senator
January 16, 2005
A dozen years ago Sam Brownback was orbiting Topeka as the Kansas secretary of agriculture.
Faces and places
January 16, 2005
Best sellers
January 16, 2005
Sooners survive Bears
No. 25 OU escapes Baylor with 65-61 victory
January 16, 2005
Just as expected, Oklahoma beat Baylor. The surprise was how close it was.
Atlanta advances to NFC finals
January 16, 2005
There’s more to the Atlanta Falcons than Michael Vick.
Horoscopes
January 16, 2005
Rock hunting solid foundation for family
The Bushes’ collection holds stories of vacations, togetherness
January 16, 2005
Isabel P. Bush runs her 76-year-old fingers over a smooth pink stone and the polished piece of royalite takes her back to the New Mexico desert.
Bonnie L. Harper, Lawrence
January 16, 2005