Archive for Thursday, September 1, 2005

Also from September 1

On the street
Photo galleries
Wild Art, September 2005 Friends & Neighbors, September 2005
Have rising gasoline prices led you to change your driving habits?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes. I’ve cut back on my daily trips.
No. I have to drive, so I’ll cut back elsewhere in my budget.
No. It hasn’t affected me at all.
Yes. I’m walking or riding a bicycle more.
Yes. I’m joining a car pool.
Yes. I’m switching from an SUV to a vehicle with better mileage.
Yes. I’m getting a scooter or a motorcycle.
Yes. I’m using public transportation more.
Yes. I’m getting a hybrid gasoline/electric car.
Total 1306

All stories

Our town sports
September 1, 2005
Daily ticker
September 1, 2005
Twins waste 13 hits
Brown’s single gives Royals 1-0 victory
September 1, 2005
The Kansas City Royals found an opponent to play as bad as them.
Despite gas prices, many travelers expected on Labor Day
34.5 million Americans likely to travel 50 miles or more away from home, AAA says
September 1, 2005
Clinton Lake will be like a small town this Labor Day weekend.
On the record
September 1, 2005
Sharapova sharp at U.S. Open
Wind gusts can’t shake player in 6-1, 6-0 tennis rout
September 1, 2005
Wispy Maria Sharapova was one strong gust away from getting knocked over, though not out, at the U.S. Open.
Getting on track
Vickers shows improvement in recent Cup races
September 1, 2005
He doesn’t have three wins in his past seven races like Tony Stewart.
L.A.’s Lowe spins one-hitter
Marlins’ Hermida rips slam in first big-league at-bat
September 1, 2005
A new pitching angle paid off for Derek Lowe on Wednesday.
Rangers keep White Sox reeling
Texas’ starting infielders reach 20 home runs for second straight year
September 1, 2005
Michael Young put the Texas Rangers ahead to stay while setting another home-run mark on the same swing.
A big deal
Kansas doesn’t want to be left out of the “certain circles” that are concerned about the state’s evolution education debate.
September 1, 2005
I t seems that Kansas Board of Education member Kathy Martin still is missing the point.
September 1, 2005
Jayhawks win, but it’s ‘ugly’
Kansas blanks Bears, 2-0, to pick up first victory of season
September 1, 2005
You can’t win, a long-forgotten ancient philosopher said, by losing.
Lawrence datebook
September 1, 2005