Archive for Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Also from July 26

Births
Obituaries
On the street
Polls
Should the Lawrence City Commission continue to allow Sunday packaged liquor sales in the city?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes. I like to be able to buy liquor on Sunday, rather than having to plan ahead to buy it.
 
53%
Yes. A prohibition on Sunday sales is a throwback to prohibition days.
 
33%
No. Alcohol is a drug and its overuse leads to many social problems. Prohibiting alcohol sales one day a week is good public policy.
 
10%
Undecided.
 
1%
No. Making alcohol available on Sundays will lead to more drunken drivers on the highways on Sundays.
 
1%
Total 792

All stories

Through a coaches eyes
Phenix coach Randy Fyler gives a run down of his team’s action during the AFA National tournament
July 26, 2005
Randy Fyler gives a report of his team’s action during the American Fastpitch Assn. National “B” Tournament.
Datebook
July 26, 2005
Today’s events
Medical items bound for Ethiopia
Former KU students fostered plan for new hospital
July 26, 2005
Plans for a new hospital in Independence will translate into medical help for people in Ethiopia.
Breakaway’ idol
Clarkson steps away from pop image
July 26, 2005
Kelly Clarkson can always pick out the adults who come to her concerts just to chaperone their kids.
Return to Utah shocks Ostertag
Now Jazz fans will have somebody to blame again, jokes 7-footer, who played for Kings one year
July 26, 2005
Greg Ostertag was vacationing with his family Friday, when he received news that he had been traded.
Devil Rays continue to prevail
Tampa Bay - yes, Tampa Bay - wins fourth straight
July 26, 2005
Suddenly, Tampa Bay is not playing like a last-place team.
Biggio, Berkman bomb Phillies
Sluggers go back-to-back twice, giving Pettitte more than enough run support
July 26, 2005
Craig Biggio and Lance Berkman needled each other after a record-setting night.
Sans Lance, Tour wide-open
Armstrong’s retirement ‘Holy Grail’ for the rest of the Tour de France field
July 26, 2005
Lance Armstrong is gone. What now for the Tour de France?