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Archive for Wednesday, March 15, 2006

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Births
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For the fun of the game - Game 3/15/06 Spring Baseball Clinic
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Polls
How are you spending your Spring Break?

Poll results

Response Percent
Gettng ready for baseball
 
50%
Playing pick up basketball games
 
50%
At a soccer camp/practice
 
0%
Trip with my family
 
0%
Other activity
 
0%
Total 2

All stories

State Board of Education votes for opt-in sex education policy
March 15, 2006
The State Board of Education today voted 6-4 for an opt-in policy on sex education, despite arguments from health experts that it would reduce the number of students receiving information about the dangers of unprotected sex.
Warm day will be followed by cooler week
March 15, 2006
The skies will be slightly cloudy and breezy today, which promises to be warmer than the rest of the week.
Rival science standards emerge in evolution debate
March 15, 2006
School districts looking for science standards now have a choice.
Highlights from the Kansas Legislature
March 15, 2006
Highlights of Tuesday’s activities at the Kansas Legislature.
Haskell softball drops 2
March 15, 2006
Haskell Indian Nations University softball coach Gary Tanner promises to keep searching for the solution to fix his team’s late-inning blues.
Monmouth completes bracket
Play-in victory over Hampton secures tourney bid
March 15, 2006
A hot shooter and an imposing center won over a neutral crowd and helped Monmouth finally measure up in the NCAA Tournament.
Vehicle gizmos tricky to fix
Innovations can lead to frustrations
March 15, 2006
New technologies permeate all aspects of our lives. Our vehicles are no exceptions.
Tuesday’s warning was only a test
March 15, 2006
Storm-weary Lawrencians could be forgiven if they got a bit jittery Tuesday afternoon when outdoor tornado sirens roared to life across Douglas County.
Tribunal officials: Milosevic had access to smuggled medication, alcohol
March 15, 2006
Slobodan Milosevic had regular access to drugs and alcohol smuggled into his prison cell, yet the U.N. war crimes tribunal failed to take action despite warnings, tribunal officials said Tuesday.
Eight indicted in Jordan terror bombings
March 15, 2006
Al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and seven other people were indicted Tuesday in Jordan’s worst-ever terror bombing, last November’s near-simultaneous attacks at three Amman hotels.
Judge to allow U.S. to seek death penalty
Key prosecution witnesses barred from testifying after being coached
March 15, 2006
The judge in the Zacarias Moussaoui trial dealt a serious blow to the government’s death-penalty case Tuesday, barring roughly half of the prosecutors’ key witnesses because a federal lawyer improperly coached several of them on their testimony.
No prank this
Penalties should be harsh for church arsonists’ “joke” in Alabama.
March 15, 2006
For years, older people, particularly in a town such as Lawrence, often have displayed their dismay at current events with remarks such as, “What are those crazy college kids going to do next?”
Hispanic groups rally for immigrant rights
March 15, 2006
“Dream Big” read one of the signs held aloft at the annual rally for immigrant rights Tuesday on the Capitol steps, where several hundred people gathered to promote civil rights and benefits for Hispanics.
Stuart carries Terrapins to 43-38 victory
Hard-fought battle for Hoopster Junior High postseason crown
March 15, 2006
Two talented teams battled for the Hoopster Junior High Boys post season crown Saturday at Langston Hughes Elementary. The Terrapins and the Hoopsters fought each other to the final seconds before the Terrapins sealed a close 43-38 victory and the championship. Two players nearly singlehandedly carried their teams throughout the game.
House to debate constitutional change to rein in court
March 15, 2006
Still upset over the Kansas Supreme Court telling them how much to spend on education, House members are getting ready for another run at a proposed constitutional amendment making it clear that only the Legislature has the power to appropriate money.
Law lands FSHS hoops job
March 15, 2006
Chuck Law finally knows how it feels to be a head basketball coach - with no strings attached.
2006 men’s NCAA Tournament field at a glance
March 15, 2006
A look at the 64 teams that comprise the field for the NCAA basketball championship.
Judge to order Google disclosure
March 15, 2006
A federal judge said Tuesday he intends to order Google Inc. to turn over some of its Internet records to the U.S. Justice Department, but expressed reservations about requiring the company to divulge some of its most sensitive data - the actual requests that people enter into its popular search engine.
Refinery snag drives rise in fuel futures
March 15, 2006
Gasoline futures surged nearly 7 percent Tuesday on word of a large refinery snag, marking an almost 50-cent-per-gallon increase over the past month that is sure to send pump prices higher.
Commodities
March 15, 2006
Daily ticker
March 15, 2006
Stamps to deliver corporate messages
March 15, 2006
A new way to stamp a corporate image on customers’ minds might be on the way: Custom postage stamps that include commercial images, the U.S. Postal Service said this week.
Borrowers, lenders net uniform scoring system
Credit agencies seek to simplify rating process
March 15, 2006
The three major consumer credit reporting agencies announced Tuesday that they have created a new credit scoring system aimed at simplifying the loan process for both lenders and borrowers.
Correction
March 15, 2006
On the record
March 15, 2006
KU cancer center director says bill would stymie effort
March 15, 2006
A proposed $5 million annual appropriation to help Kansas University build a world-class cancer center was mired Tuesday in turf politics and the debate over stem cell research.
Lawrence man injured in turnpike accident
March 15, 2006
A Lawrence man suffered injuries Tuesday morning in a wreck that backed up traffic on the Kansas Turnpike west of Lawrence.
Library dean candidate meets with KU faculty
March 15, 2006
Roxanne Sellberg met with Kansas University faculty and others Tuesday as she spoke about her desire to be KU’s next dean of libraries.
Storm another chapter in historic home’s odyssey
Cleanup continues as crews remove trees and branches
March 15, 2006
When Sunday’s windstorm tore through eastern Lawrence, it took part of the roof off an elegant two-story house that has stood for nearly 140 years.
Reception hall permit on tonight’s agenda
March 15, 2006
The Douglas County Commission tonight will decide whether to grant a special-use permit to allow a reception and recreation facility for Stony Point Hall southwest of Vinland.
Whole-hog supper is later this month
March 15, 2006
This year’s Vinland Fair Whole-Hog Sausage and Pancake Supper will be from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 25, at the Vinland Fairgrounds.
Kline faces hearing before ethics panel
March 15, 2006
Atty. Gen. Phill Kline faces a civil hearing Thursday before the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission.
Strong support for guns proposal
House, Senate might be able to override veto by Sebelius
March 15, 2006
Senators are ready to send Gov. Kathleen Sebelius legislation allowing law-abiding Kansans to carry concealed weapons, a bill nearly identical to one she vetoed two years ago.
Tenacious Irish cooks made do, deliciously, with what they had
March 15, 2006
After spending 22 hours without power this weekend, I am eying the refrigerator warily, as if it is out to get me and mine. We resisted the temptation to open the refrigerator and freezer doors while we waited for utility crews to undo Sunday morning’s storm damage, but I’m still concerned about some of the food items that endured the outage.
Beyond corned beef
Ireland’s fare weathers bland rap, warms bellies in cold climes
March 15, 2006
Sorcha Hyland grew up in Ireland, but she never ate corned beef. “Corned beef is not something Irish people eat,” the Lawrence resident says. “It’s cooked there mainly for tourists. I tasted my first corned beef when I came here.”
City Commission quietly enters post-Wildgen era
March 15, 2006
For the first time in 16 years, Mike Wildgen didn’t oversee the Lawrence City Commission’s meeting as city manager.
U.S. chances in jeopardy after loss to South Korea
March 15, 2006
The poor play of the United States was all too clear to Mark Teixeira.
Hernandez plagued by wildness
Royals tumble, 10-7, against Angels
March 15, 2006
Runelvys Hernandez struggled with his control Tuesday in the Kansas City Royals’ 10-7 loss to the Los Angeles Angels.
Okafor finished for year
March 15, 2006
Charlotte Bobcats forward Emeka Okafor will miss the rest of the season because of an ankle injury that already has cost him 36 games.
Commentary: Even Packer can’t spoil Bradley’s fun
March 15, 2006
I did not get to hear Billy Packer and Jim Nantz dis the Missouri Valley Conference and - from what I’m told - every college basketball team that is not affiliated with a school that thinks it plays big-time football.
Vikings deal Culpepper to Dolphins
Ex-San Diego quarterback Brees lands in New Orleans
March 15, 2006
Two star quarterbacks found new homes Tuesday.
Human rights court throws out Saddam’s suit
March 15, 2006
Europe’s human rights court on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit filed by Saddam Hussein against 21 European countries whose troops joined the U.S.-led military campaign in Iraq, saying the case fell outside its jurisdiction.
Engineers wind down electric effort
March 15, 2006
Electricity output has dipped to its lowest point in three years in Iraq, where the desert sun is rising toward another broiling summer and U.S. engineers are winding down their rebuilding of the crippled power grid.
Prime minister resigns over golfing scandal
March 15, 2006
President Roh Moo-hyun accepted the resignation of his prime minister Tuesday after the premier set off a scandal by playing golf during a national railway strike.
Police wounded during youths’ jobs plan protest
March 15, 2006
Youths protesting a government jobs plan clashed Tuesday with police in an hours-long melee in the French capital that left nine officers injured, one hit in the face with a paving stone, officials said.
Oil discovery could yield 10 billion barrels of crude
March 15, 2006
President Vicente Fox climbed aboard a drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday to formally announce a new deep-water oil discovery he said could eventually yield 10 billion barrels of crude oil.
Abducted oil worker fears for his life
March 15, 2006
A man who identified himself an American kidnapped by militants in Nigeria’s oil-rich southern delta last month said Tuesday he had been separated from two other hostages and feared for his life.
Gordon Parks remembered as inspiration at memorial
March 15, 2006
Gordon Parks was remembered Tuesday for using his many talents - Life photographer, filmmaker, and music composer - to emphasize human dignity and to teach others that “to stand and be counted was the way to be.”
Review: ‘Congress of Women’ delivers bawdy political message
March 15, 2006
So how does one make a play about the politics and social mores of ancient Greece relevant to a contemporary audience? Well, the University Theatre attempts that feat with its production of Aristophanes’ “A Congress of Women” in the William Inge Memorial Theatre. Adapted by director Dennis Christilles from “Ecclesiazusae,” this version of Aristophanes’ comedy maintains the original’s bawdy humor and broad political satire, but little imagination is needed to recognize its current political target.
Weather Service rethinks strategy
March 15, 2006
Lawrence was never mentioned in the text of a National Weather Service warning issued prior to Sunday morning’s severe storm - an omission that’s causing the agency to make a change to its computerized mapping program.
Shelter, neighbors to seek compromise
March 15, 2006
Lawrence city commissioners told city staff members Tuesday that their suggestions on how to deal with some local homeless residents were too harsh.
Delta ‘tapped out,’ executive says
March 15, 2006
Delta Air Lines Inc. is “tapped out” and can’t borrow any more money to cover its mounting losses, making deep pay and benefit cuts it is seeking from its pilots essential to its survival, the company’s chief financial officer told an arbitration panel Tuesday.
Ted McFarlane identified as injured pedestrian
March 15, 2006
Ted McFarlane, who helped build Douglas County’s ambulance service during a 30-year career, is recovering at a Kansas City-area hospital after being pinned between two cars in a traffic wreck Sunday evening near 12th and Kentucky streets.
KU leaders see benefits in choosing own insurance
March 15, 2006
Kansas University administrators say Sunday’s storm made it clear that the institution would be better off if it could choose its own insurance coverage instead of relying on state government.
Thousands of animals feared dead across smoldering Texas panhandle
March 15, 2006
The charred bodies of four oilfield workers were found a short distance from their car. And 10,000 cattle and horses were feared dead across the smoking landscape.
Space shuttle’s launch postponed until July
March 15, 2006
NASA on Tuesday postponed the launch of space shuttle Discovery from May until at least July because of an all-too-familiar problem: a faulty fuel tank sensor.
Governor: Crime climbs in hard-hit counties
March 15, 2006
Crime has increased dramatically in Gulf Coast counties hard hit by Hurricane Katrina, in part due to outsiders looking to prey on the weak, Gov. Haley Barbour said Tuesday.
Police: Student injures 2 during school shooting
March 15, 2006
An eighth-grader opened fire with a pistol Tuesday outside his middle school cafeteria, injuring two classmates, authorities said.
Government to reduce testing for mad cow
March 15, 2006
Despite the confirmation of a third case of mad cow disease, the government intends to scale back testing for the brain-wasting disorder blamed for the deaths of more than 150 people in Europe.
Lightning likely led to mine explosion, owner says
March 15, 2006
An explosion that killed 12 workers at the Sago Mine likely was caused by a massive lightning strike that ignited methane gas in a sealed-off area, the mine’s owner said Tuesday.
Homegrown alfalfa sprouts healthy choice with proper care
March 15, 2006
Raw sprouts are considered a health food because they are low in calories, fat and sodium, yet a good source of fiber, minerals and phytochemicals. However, they have been linked to cases of foodborne illness due to salmonella and E. coli bacteria.
One dead, 7 missing after dam bursts in Hawaii
March 15, 2006
An earthen dam burst Tuesday on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, sweeping away houses in a torrent of water 150 yards across. One person was killed and as many as seven others were reported missing.
Court considers sexual predator’s placement
Hendricks poses no danger, attorney for Leavenworth County group home owner says
March 15, 2006
Attorneys argued Tuesday that housing sex predator Leroy Hendricks in Leavenworth County hinges on the question of whether the 71-year-old pedophile remains a danger.
Wallace to step down as correspondent
March 15, 2006
Mike Wallace, the hard-driving reporter who has been with “60 Minutes” since its start in 1968, said Tuesday he will retire as a regular correspondent on the show this spring.
People in the news
March 15, 2006
¢ The Killers ask federal judge to dismiss ex-manager’s suit ¢ Singer Barry Manilow makes quick commutes to Las Vegas ¢ Alec Baldwin, others lobby Capitol Hill for arts funding ¢ Former TV game show host, wife die in small plane crash
New comedy oozes with stereotypes
March 15, 2006
The new comedy “The Loop” (8:30 p.m., Fox) simply oozes with contempt for its young characters and its target audience. Sam (Bret Harrison) is the first of his clique to find a good job. It’s not merely a job. Apparently, his college thesis was so impressive that he’s now on the board of directors of a major airline. If you believe that, you’ll have no problem accepting the fact that his administrative assistant, Darcy (Joy Osmanski), is a brilliant, underutilized MIT graduate. We’re supposed to laugh at her suffering.
Activists unlikely to gain peace
March 15, 2006
The death of “peace activist” Tom Fox, and the threatened execution of the three others held with him in Iraq, is doubly tragic.
Old home town - 100 years ago today
March 15, 2006
From the Lawrence Daily World for March 15, 1906: “Baseball is not far off and the voice of the umpire will soon be heard in the land. It is proposed that baseball be played on Sundays in Lawrence this year. We do not believe the town will stand for such desecration. Baseball is a fine sport, but it should be played on weekdays. “
Old home town - 40 years ago today
March 15, 2006
The Kansas basketball team was in shock over an 81-80 double-overtime loss to Texas Western, the eventual national champion, in the finals of the NCAA Regional at Lubbock, Texas. Jo Jo White of KU appeared to have hit the winning basket from 35 feet out with one second left in the first overtime. However, an official ruled White had stepped out of bounds in launching the shot and nullified the goal. T-Western later defeated Utah and Kentucky to win the national title, two teams KU appeared strong enough to defeat had the Jayhawks gone beyond Lubbock.
Old home town - 25 years ago today
March 15, 2006
Jane Eldredge, freshman state senator from Lawrence, seemed to be making a name for herself in the Legislature. “I think I had anticipated the right set of ingredients,” she said of her brief tenure in Topeka, “but I hadn’t anticipated the high intensity. : It takes more time; there are more pieces of legislation; there are more committee meetings; there are more good people; and there are more frustrations.”
Some courtesy
March 15, 2006
To the editor: Two years ago, we got new neighbors.
Spring destruction
March 15, 2006
To the editor: For those of you who live in the city of Lawrence, or any other town in Douglas County, this may be difficult to picture.
Tax concern
March 15, 2006
To the editor: The couple concerned about living on a fixed income (Public Forum, March 8) with the mounting taxes is something I can understand.
Patrol seeks fuel deals
March 15, 2006
The Journal-World found gas prices as low as $2.32 at several locations in Lawrence. If you find a lower price, call Pump Patrol at 832-7154.
Hornets, All Stars clear benches in finale
March 15, 2006
No scores are officially kept, so the Rookie girls Hornets and All-Stars Futsal teams got a chance Saturday at Holcom Park Center to show off what they had learned all season, play for fun instead of points and close out their season schedule.
Sunflower successful at Subdistricts; 12 members look to Districts
March 15, 2006
A weekend off to prepare for Subdistrict competition was just what Sunflower Kids wrestlers needed. A successful season, a bit of rest and a little practice was the right combination to produce a strong showing Saturday in Tecumseh at the Subdistrict Championships.
Gymnasts post personal bests at state meet; Rainbolt beam champion
March 15, 2006
Lawrence Gymnastics Academy’s Level 5 Gymnastics Team competed in the Kansas USA Gymnastics 2006 Championships in Gardner on Saturday. The team finished with a season high of 108.275 points to bring home the 7th place trophy in the 16-team field.
Lightning Bolts, Jayhawks fight hard to end season with 3-all tie
March 15, 2006
In the last game of the Futsal season the Rookie boys Jayhawks and Lightning Bolts fought hard battling back goal for goal until Saturday’s game ended in a 3-all tie.
Eagles battle back to end season with win
March 15, 2006
The Kindergarten Jayhawks and Eagles Futsal soccer teams took to the court at Holcom Park Center on Saturday to close out their season with a fun and spirited game. After falling behind to the Jayhawks in the first half, the Eagles battled back in the second for the 5-3 victory.
Bruisers tie Golden Rods 2-2 in Futsal season’s last hurrah
March 15, 2006
When the Jayhawk Futsal Girl teams are formed there are no official names assigned, so it’s up to the teams to decide what best suits them. Decked out in black and blue, the Bruisers took on the yellow-clad Golden Rods Saturday at the Community Center where both teams finished out their season with a 2-2 tie.
Spurs’ offensive power too much for Lakers
March 15, 2006
Speed and endurance led the Salvation Army fifth- and sixth-grade Spurs basketball team to a massive victory over the Lakers on Friday night at Cordley Elementary. After holding the Lakers to just one basket for the majority of the game, the Spurs offense racked up the points to come out victorious, 55-5.
Dejà BU? Jayhawks inundated with Bucknell references as Bradley opener nears
Kansas players say last year’s ‘Bummer’ ancient history
March 15, 2006
It’s not easy for a Kansas University basketball player to forget last year’s first-round NCAA Tournament loss to Bucknell.
Keegan: Bradley is no Bucknell
March 15, 2006
Bucknell. Bucknell. Bucknell. Bucknell. Bucknell. Bucknell. Bucknell. Bucknell.
State board member decides not to run again
March 15, 2006
A southeast Kansas member of the State Board of Education has announced she will not stand for re-election.
Journalist criticizes response to 9-11
March 15, 2006
Celebrated journalist Helen Thomas has covered every president since John F. Kennedy. The current one, she says, is the most frightening.
School board is all for all-day kindergarten
March 15, 2006
In Kansas, about half the state’s school districts have all-day kindergarten. Lawrence does not. That may soon change.
Kings top Lakers
Artest lifts Sacramento
March 15, 2006
Ron Artest scored 28 points while playing stellar defense on Kobe Bryant, and the revitalized Sacramento Kings rolled through the fourth quarter of their 13th straight home victory, 114-98 over the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.
Police discover at least 87 bodies
Violence reignites fears of civil war
March 15, 2006
Iraqi authorities discovered at least 87 corpses - men shot to death execution-style - as Iraq edged closer to open civil warfare. Twenty-nine of the bodies, dressed only in underwear, were dug out of a single grave Tuesday in a Shiite neighborhood of Baghdad.
Israeli raid on West Bank jail sparks unprecedented violence
March 15, 2006
At least 10 kidnapped foreigners, including an American professor held at an abandoned cemetery. A torched British Council building. Burned cars. Aid workers, teachers and journalists taking refuge at Palestinian security headquarters.
Spring break sedate in Cancun
March 15, 2006
Cancun, Mexico - The sugar-white sand beaches arThe sugar-white sand beaches are back after being swept away by Hurricane Wilma five months ago. But there are no stages for wet T-shirt contests, and MTV won’t be hosting its spring break beach party.
Lawrence datebook
March 15, 2006
LHS, Free State count on key seniors
March 15, 2006
The Free State and Lawrence High girls track and field teams are dominated by underclassmen, but both squads have plenty of senior leaders - with state hardware to back them up.
Lions shine on field, Firebirds on track
March 15, 2006
Lawrence and Free State high schools’ boy’s track and field teams have their share of top state performers, but their makeup is markedly different.
New subdivision rules on planning agenda
March 15, 2006
The Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission will meet tonight to consider several proposals, including new rural subdivision regulations that would replace the exemption for divisions of 5 acres or more.
Prior to have shoulder examined
March 15, 2006
Chicago Cubs pitcher Mark Prior will see a specialist in Los Angeles today after cutting short a throwing session due to soreness in his right shoulder.
Youth turn out for baseball season tune-up
Firebirds, Lions hold fundamentals clinic for little leaguers
March 15, 2006
The start of Little League baseball is still about a month away, but Saturday’s great weather provided a perfect opportunity for kids to take the Free State High School diamond at the Spring Baseball Clinic and tune-up for the upcoming season. Lawrence High School and Free State High School put aside their in town rivalry to host the clinic for ages kindergarten through eighth grade.
Spirited play marks last game of season
March 15, 2006
Fun was the name of the game Saturday at Holcom Park Center. The Rattlensnakes and Firehawks played their final Futsal game and official Ray Chao made sure everyone left the court with a smile.
Panthers, Slime tie in second meeting
March 15, 2006
Like water and oil, the Jayhawk Futsol Girls Slime and Black Panthers would not mix. The two teams met for the last time Saturday at the Community Center and no love was lost with the 3-3 tie.
Committee sends gambling bill to Senate for debate
March 15, 2006
A day after one Senate panel endorsed a school finance package, another committee advanced a gambling bill Tuesday that leaders hope will cover the bulging education price tag.
Eat your heart out
Book decodes what a man’s food says about his love life
March 15, 2006
The way to a man’s heart may be through his stomach. But what do his favorite foods say about his bedroom behavior?
City won’t receive federal aid for storm
Losses in Lawrence, including KU, could go as high as $8 million
March 15, 2006
Lawrence residents won’t receive federal aid to help pay for recovery from Sunday’s severe wind storm, a state official said Tuesday.
Jayni serves up taste of spring
March 15, 2006
Join “Jayni’s Kitchen” this week for “In Season: Light and Delicate Spring Menu.”
Giants promise fanfare for Bonds
Team vows to commemorate home runs that tie, pass Ruth
March 15, 2006
The San Francisco Giants will celebrate appropriately if Barry Bonds passes Babe Ruth on the career home run list.
Leader: Nuclear program ‘irreversible’
March 15, 2006
Iran’s supreme leader issued a tough line on his country’s suspect nuclear program Tuesday, saying it is “irreversible” and any retreat would endanger the Islamic republic’s independence.
Senate advances resolution denouncing Phelps’ funeral pickets
March 15, 2006
Senators made another statement Tuesday that they find the activities of the Rev. Fred Phelps distasteful and not a reflection of the Sunflower State.
Braves say Valley prepared them well
March 15, 2006
Some national analysts might not agree, but Bradley men’s basketball coach Jim Les feels an 18-game ride through the Missouri Valley Conference schedule did plenty to prepare them for the NCAA Tournament.
Hallman psyched for postseason
March 15, 2006
For the first time since donning a Kansas University basketball uniform, Erica Hallman will be able to say she has been there and done that.
Conservatives out of ideas
March 15, 2006
Ever since Ronald Reagan was elected president in 1980, conservatives have been gloating that their success comes from their superior ideas. The frequency of this claim tends to spike when Republicans are coming off an electoral triumph, and the 2004 election prompted a fresh batch of gloating. As recently as January, Karl Rove was crowing, “We are the party of ideas.” Well, where are all the great conservative ideas now?
SAT scores don’t predict student success
March 15, 2006
By now, most of the U.S. has heard of the College Board’s gaffe in reporting erroneous SAT scores for about 4,000 college-bound students.
KU notebook
March 15, 2006
Kansas University sophomore C.J. Giles has been slowed by a groin pull.
Horoscopes
March 15, 2006
For Wednesday, March 15