Archive for Wednesday, March 8, 2006

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Costly lessons
Efforts to examine what went wrong in the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina should focus not on placing blame but on determining how to respond better to future disasters.
March 8, 2006
It’s fun for politicians and the public to play “pin the tail on the donkey” when it comes to taking responsibility. Finger-pointing and trying to blame someone else for poor performance is one of the most popular activities in politics.
Pierce hits game-winning shot
Buzzer-beater in overtime lifts Celtics past Wizards
March 8, 2006
Paul Pierce knew he was going to take the last shot.
Daily ticker
March 8, 2006
On the record
March 8, 2006
U.S. rolls in Classic opener
Proud’ Americans throw four-hitter in 2-0 victory over Mexico
March 8, 2006
One after another, the American pitchers were untouchable. A pair of big blows provided all the help they needed.
Duncan’s demands pay off for Firebirds
Free State coach finds his niche while guiding girls basketball squad to Class 6A state tournament
March 8, 2006
No one is going to confuse Free State High girls basketball coach Bryan Duncan with the infamous Bob Knight.
Salon fundraiser to help cut through cancer costs
Hairstyling community to raise money to help shop owner pay growing stack of medical bills
March 8, 2006
For the last month or so, things haven’t been the same at Statements Hair Salon.
Speaker: Saddam wanted hundreds of bombs
Former head of Iraq’s nuclear development recalls rise and fall of country’s program
March 8, 2006
Mahdi Obeidi was nervous about going to see Saddam Hussein.
Lawrence datebook
March 8, 2006