Archive for Monday, September 5, 2005

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Nationals tickled after victory
Loaiza’s 128-pitch masterpiece keeps Washington in thick of wild-card race
September 5, 2005
Esteban Loaiza threw a 92 mph fastball past Pat Burrell on his 128th and final pitch Sunday, then crouched and pumped his right fist twice.
On the record
September 5, 2005
The week ahead
September 5, 2005
Little wonder so many employers are looking to an older work pool to fill their needs.
September 5, 2005
Did you ever know an employer who, deep down, didn’t want staff members with such traits as discipline, reliability, loyalty and respect for authority? Regardless of age?
September 5, 2005
For Monday, Sept. 5
Cub Scout Pack looking for leaders
Douglas County group will serve low-income youths
September 5, 2005
Leaders are needed for a Cub Scout Pack serving low income youths in Douglas County.
Lawrence datebook
September 5, 2005
Venus ties up sibling-rivalry series
Older sister wins in straight sets to move on at U.S. Open
September 5, 2005
Far from a family feud, matches between Venus and Serena Williams create a family crisis.
Resilient New Orleans will dance again
September 5, 2005
It has always had my heart in a box.