Archive for Tuesday, March 21, 2006

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Temper, temper
State legislators shouldn’t use oversight of the state’s judicial budget as a vehicle for juvenile paybacks.
March 21, 2006
Why don’t Kansas House members just go across the street and deflate the tires on the justices’ cars?
Ethanol in demand
Energy Department: Pump prices likely to rise if industry can’t keep up
March 21, 2006
After a spurt of good fortune, the fledgling U.S. ethanol industry is anticipating some growing pains that could bring it unwanted attention this summer.
Daily ticker
March 21, 2006
Court won’t hear Missouri River appeal
North Dakota argues that Army Corps of Engineers violated pollution laws in managing flow along river
March 21, 2006
The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear North Dakota’s arguments that the Army Corps of Engineers has violated state water pollution laws in managing the Missouri River’s water flows.
NFL commissioner to retire in July
Tagliabue narrowly preserved legacy of labor peace
March 21, 2006
Paul Tagliabue is leaving the NFL, and he’s leaving it both peaceful and prosperous.
Lester finishes what he starts in Atlanta
First black driver to compete in 20 years overshadows Kahne’s first win since May at Richmond
March 21, 2006
Bill Lester was proud of his accomplishment, though a little embarrassed by all the attention.
March 21, 2006
Japan on top of the World Classic, 10-6
Mighty Cuba falls in championship game of inagural international showcase
March 21, 2006
Forget beisbol. This was yakyu at its best, and the inaugural World Baseball Classic belongs to Japan.
Nats’ Soriano balks
All-Star refuses to play in outfield; Bosox swap Arroyo for Pena
March 21, 2006
The lineup said Alfonso Soriano was playing left field.
George Mason basks in glow
Victory over North Carolina, Sweet 16 bid give Patriots unprecedented exposure
March 21, 2006
Don’t know much about George Mason’s basketball team? How about the school itself? Or the man for whom it was named?
Lawrence datebook
March 21, 2006
A growing reputation
At 6-foot-4, eighth-grader Ashli Hill can’t hide under the basketball radar
March 21, 2006
Quick: Before Ashli Hill becomes a household name, it’s time to get her a nickname that’s really, really cool.
On the record
March 21, 2006