Archive for Sunday, January 30, 2005

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Pet post
January 30, 2005
Faces and places
January 30, 2005
Paris menus satisfy bon appetit for love
City filled with romantic dining options
January 30, 2005
How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day in Paris — an obvious romantic destination for courting lovers?
Horoscopes
January 30, 2005
Filers should strive for accuracy
Here’s a list of top mistakes to avoid before April 15
January 30, 2005
Nobody’s perfect, but you should strive to be when it comes to preparing your taxes.
Sproles solid for North
KSU running back, Akron’s Frye shine
January 30, 2005
Charlie Frye made the most of the opportunity when he finally got a chance to play in the postseason.
Best sellers
January 30, 2005
Orioles like idea of Sosa hitting cleanup
Trade for Cubs slugger hasn’t been finalized, but teams reportedly closing in on deal
January 30, 2005
By adding Sammy Sosa to an already formidable batting order, the Baltimore Orioles can salvage a disappointing offseason and give their young pitching staff more margin for error.
Cyclones’ ‘best game’ stuffs No. 13 Sooners
Iowa State stuns Oklahoma, 74-66; Kansas State secures sweep of Missouri
January 30, 2005
Wayne Morgan’s stoic demeanor disguised how he truly felt.
What are you reading?
January 30, 2005
Procrastinators should file for extension
January 30, 2005
You waited too long.
Alice M. McColl, Lawrence
January 30, 2005
On the record
January 30, 2005
Step up to retirement
Experts say fiftysomethings should pick up savings pace
January 30, 2005
People expecting to retire in 10 years are frequently behind the eight ball.
Tribe tries to regain federal recognition
Munsee descendants need act of Congress for restoration of benefits
January 30, 2005
Clio Caleb Church’s ancestors gave up their American Indian identity more than a century ago. She has been trying for more than three decades to get it back.
Repeat crimes
January 30, 2005
Marriage benefits
January 30, 2005
Don’t blame ban
January 30, 2005
Tough choices
Close schools? Raise taxes? Dumb down Kansas education? There are not easy choices in the state’s school finance dilemma.
January 30, 2005
Pressure for the Kansas Legislature to provide more money for the state’s K-12 public schools has prompted renewed interest in forcing consolidation of some of the state’s smallest school districts.
Poet’s Showcase
January 30, 2005