Archive for Thursday, July 7, 2005

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Climbing the points
Strong finishes help Stewart gain standings traction
July 7, 2005
A season once mired in mediocrity almost overnight now appears poised for destiny.
Commentary: Armstrong’s idea bad for business
Cyclist’s attempt at sportsmanship shot down by race directors because it might offend sponsor
July 7, 2005
Yes, the food is good and the restrooms are bad and France is everything it’s supposed to be, but some things are definitely the same all over the world.
July 7, 2005
Daily ticker
July 7, 2005
Lawrence datebook
July 7, 2005
On the record
July 7, 2005
Watch duty
July 7, 2005
Still a gem
Plans for an additional auditorium have been put on hold, but the Lied Center of Kansas remains a vital part of Lawrence and Kansas University.
July 7, 2005
The failure of a fund drive to finance an addition to the Lied Center of Kansas is disappointing, but the mission of the performing arts center will remain as vital as ever.
Too far out?
School district officials are acutely aware - as they should be - that taxpayers expect the new South Junior High School to be a practical building with a long life ahead of it.
July 7, 2005
As much as Lawrence likes to be on the cutting edge, school district officials are right to ask themselves whether a proposed design for a new South Junior High School is “too far out.”
July 7, 2005
For Thursday, July 7
Indulgent design
Innovations represent ‘different kind of necessary’
July 7, 2005
The 2005 Industrial Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) offer a dizzying portrait of a consumer society on steroids.
Our town sports
July 7, 2005
Reliever, Royals stymie Seattle
MacDougal making most of new pitch
July 7, 2005
One new pitch has made a big difference for Mike MacDougal.