Archive for Sunday, September 11, 2005

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What are you reading?
September 11, 2005
Best sellers
September 11, 2005
Gordon misses Nextel Cup’s Chase
Newman, Kenseth qualify for 10-race playoff; Busch bags victory at Richmond Raceway
September 11, 2005
Jeff Gordon slipped out, Ryan Newman surged in, and Matt Kenseth held on in the frantic, nerve-wracked final race to make NASCAR’s Chase for the championship.
Lack of ZZZs
Night workers need a good day’s sleep
September 11, 2005
Experts recognize sleep deprivation as the most ubiquitous malady in America - 70 million Americans live with some form or degree of sleep problems.
Flint Hills highlight of travel guide
Chautauqua Hills also featured in Audubon of Kansas publication
September 11, 2005
Audubon of Kansas has published a new travel guide featuring the state’s Flint Hills and Chautauqua Hills.
Star gazing leads to extensive career in science
Now in his 10th year with St. Louis Center, CEO hopes to spark interest in others
September 11, 2005
A young boy lay in his sleeping bag high in the Sierra Mountains in California, staring at the sky.
Educational mire
How can the state school board possibly put too much emphasis on the educational experience of its new commissioner of education?
September 11, 2005
It would seem that the most important qualification for the state’s new commissioner of education would be experience in the field of education.
Horoscopes
September 11, 2005
For Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005
Martha Stewart whips up comeback
Domestic diva returns with daytime, primetime shows
September 11, 2005
“This one,” says Martha Stewart, “this is the one I want.”
How they scored
September 11, 2005
On the record
September 11, 2005
Lawrence datebook
September 11, 2005
Chiefs pin hopes on revamped defense
Kansas City to face Jets today in opener after 0-4 preseason
September 11, 2005
The last time the Kansas City Chiefs had a winless preseason, they went 7-9 and fired their coach.
Faces and places
September 11, 2005
Old cars keep shop running
Beverly business specializes in repairing classics
September 11, 2005
Jack Meili wouldn’t know the first thing about diagnosing a computer problem in a new car.