Archive for Sunday, June 19, 2005

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Poet’s Showcase
June 19, 2005
Keep cancer risk in check
June 19, 2005
Got five minutes?
Unknowns Gore, Browne hanging tough
June 19, 2005
Happy just to be here?
On the record
June 19, 2005
Lawrence datebook
June 19, 2005
Chiefs land wide receiver Mitchell
Kansas City signs troubled former Eagle for one year
June 19, 2005
Freddie Mitchell is grateful for a second chance, even if he was Kansas City’s second choice.
Downs family ties
Dad sad to spend first Father’s Day without son Micah
June 19, 2005
Thoughts of his eldest son leaving home hit Steve Downs awfully hard last week.
Reaching new heights
Michael Palin up to something different in ‘Himalaya’
June 19, 2005
Head for the hills with Michael Palin.
Nearby slums grasping spotlight at Open
Predominantly black areas near Pinehurst, N.C., want lawmakers to address horrific living conditions
June 19, 2005
If a hard rain falls this week on the North Carolina Sandhills, it could temporarily halt play at the U.S. Open golf tournament at Pinehurst.
Area fishing report
June 19, 2005
Awesome event
June 19, 2005
 
Stark contrast
June 19, 2005
 
Tenant mix
June 19, 2005
 
Agency help
June 19, 2005
 
Power shift
June 19, 2005
 
Senior calendar
June 19, 2005
 
A low blow
June 19, 2005
 
McDyess puts injuries in past
Detroit’s top reserve says he’s just thankful to be playing
June 19, 2005
The symbol of Antonio McDyess’ comeback is in a landfill somewhere.
Texas bests Big 12 counterpart Baylor
Longhorns prevail, 5-1, for first victory over Bears in five tries; top-seeded Tulane trips Oregon State
June 19, 2005
Texas forgot all about its four losses to Big 12 Conference rival Baylor once the College World Series started.
Best Sellers
June 19, 2005
Prepare to bare
When preparing for swimsuit season, it’s time to get on the ball
June 19, 2005
If you’re not yet ready for swimsuit season, it’s time to get on the ball.
Solid pitching again foils K.C.
Royals barely touch Oswalt one day after Clemens dominated
June 19, 2005
Roger Clemens one night and Roy Oswalt the next was too tough a combination for the Kansas City Royals.
Woods still lone African-American on PGA Tour
From PGA executives to tour pros, sport has dreadfully few minorities
June 19, 2005
Ten years after he joined the PGA Tour, Tiger Woods still stands alone. And not just because he’s so good.
Faces and places
June 19, 2005
 
Horoscopes
June 19, 2005
For Sunday, June 19, 2005.