Archive for Monday, May 30, 2005

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City planning to distribute housing fund surplus
Commission agenda highlights ¢ 6:35 p.m. Tuesday ¢ City Hall, Sixth and Massachusetts streets ¢ Sunflower Broadband Channel 25 ¢ Meeting documents online at
May 30, 2005
City commissioners will consider funding recommendations from the city’s Housing Trust Fund Board.
Well done, Wheldon
Andretti team’s driver wins; Patrick settles for 4th
May 30, 2005
The Andretti jinx is over at the Indianapolis 500. Danica’s era is just beginning.
NBA MVP Nash struggled against Kansas
Jayhawks’ Vaughn, Haase limited Phoenix Suns standout to seven points during 1996 NCAA Tournament
May 30, 2005
One of the best players in the NBA had one of his worst games as a collegian against Kansas University.
Nebraska wins Big 12 championship, 1-0
Former Lion Ledbetter ties tourney record with hits in seven straight at-bats
May 30, 2005
Right before he was ready to undergo reconstructive surgery on his throwing elbow, Brian Duensing wasn’t sure if he’d ever be back on the mound again for Nebraska.
Pistons feeling the heat
Cooler heads prevail in Miami’s 113-104 victory
May 30, 2005
The final score showed that the Heat defeated the Pistons. The story of the game, however, was how the Pistons beat themselves.
Tobacco settlement facing increasing challenges
Companies could use loopholes to withhold millions of dollars
May 30, 2005
Three years ago, Steven Bailey’s small tobacco company was growing so fast he could have retired early. Now, he’s fighting for every sale.
May 30, 2005
For Monday, May 30
Commentary: ‘Our Larry’ starting to look his age
Physical ailments slow masterful coach at age 64; Brown baffles with flirtation with Cleveland
May 30, 2005
Our Larry is hurting.
On the record
May 30, 2005
Lawrence Datebook
May 30, 2005
Cardinals can’t solve Hernandez
Washington starter wraps up first five-win month of his career in 3-2 victory
May 30, 2005
The Washington Nationals had the right pitcher on the mound to end their five-game losing streak.