Archive for Wednesday, March 9, 2005

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Cemetery oversight
Kansans should welcome legislation to help eliminate unscrupulous business practices by some cemeteries in the state.
March 9, 2005
It’s always hard to believe that there are those who would take financial advantage of people when they are grieving over the recent loss of a loved one, but that, unfortunately is sometimes the case.
Smoking mess
March 9, 2005
Rooftop danger
March 9, 2005
Sign of progress
March 9, 2005
Praise for LMH
March 9, 2005
Safer course
March 9, 2005
Erma M. Paden, Lawrence
March 9, 2005
On the record
March 9, 2005
Von Achen services
March 9, 2005
Daily ticker
March 9, 2005
Ouster of Boeing CEO stirs debate on executives’ private lives
Company’s decision points to continued confusion on how to deal with relationships at corporate level
March 9, 2005
At first glance, Boeing Co.’s decision to oust its CEO because of his affair with a female executive suggests a bold new era in corporate politics. Or maybe not.
Commodities
March 9, 2005
Highlights from the Kansas Legislature
March 9, 2005
Beer men
For some guys, the best brews are the ones they create in their homes
March 9, 2005
Lots of guys love beer. Heck, enjoying a cold one now and again is almost an essential part of guyhood.
Cavs halt six-game slide
Back in lineup, Gooden scores 23
March 9, 2005
All that was missing was Beyonce, a few video monitors and a pair of turntables.
Atlanta’s amazing aces
Braves’ offseason moves created pitching rotation that, if healthy, will thrive
March 9, 2005
The Atlanta Braves entered the offseason with their starting rotation in shambles.
Commentary: Part of Self must wish he had stayed
Now at Kansas, former Illinois coach says all the right things, but surely he has some regrets
March 9, 2005
We all have regrets. But it’s hard to imagine having the kind of industrial-strength regrets that Gary Barnett surely has had since he left Northwestern for Colorado.
Horoscopes
March 9, 2005