Archive for Friday, November 3, 2006

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Kansas tax revenue grows
The new economic figures immediately became fodder in the race for governor
November 3, 2006
The new economic figures immediately became fodder in the race for governor.
Jury awards $759,000 in malpractice case
Doctor removed wrong ovary
November 3, 2006
Doctor removed wrong ovary
Join us for tonight’s high school playoff games
Updates scores and commentary throughout the evening
November 3, 2006
Updated scores and comments throughout the evening.
Tigers’ Rogers wins fifth Gold Glove
K.C. second baseman Grudzielanek honored
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C4
After all those errors in the World Series, a Detroit Tigers pitcher won a Gold Glove.
Guns an invitation for trouble
Stern right to ask players to leave firearms home
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C4
When David Stern suggested NBA players might want to consider leaving their guns at home, the commissioner overlooked a few things.
Lawrence Datebook
November 3, 2006 in print edition on B2
Louisville now part of BCS landscape
Cardinals outlast fellow unbeaten West Virginia; on inside track for title game
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C10
With thousands of fans on the field, swarming all around Brian Brohm and chanting “BCS! BCS!” after perhaps the biggest win in school history, the Louisville quarterback smiled and took in the whole satisfying scene.
Big House in for big changes
Not everyone’s happy about additions to Michigan’s famed mammoth stadium
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C10
Seeing 100,000-plus fans cram into Michigan Stadium has become as synonymous with college football’s winningest team as winged helmets.
TMS has come long way
From crash in debut, track has become one of NASCAR’s best
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C9
There was a 13-car wreck in the first turn on the first lap of the first race. And the transition onto the frontstretch was tight and treacherous.
Chase a 2-man battle
Kenseth, Johnson ahead of rest of field
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C9
What looked to be a wide-open Chase for the championship last week might actually only be a two-man race to the title.
Pats’ QB Brady likely a good bet
Colts can score - and allow - big numbers
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C8
Thankfully, the Colts have gotten over the crazy idea of winning with defense.
Commodities
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C12
Ugly or irritating?
We have negative election campaigning, but for many that is not the main complaint anymore.
November 3, 2006 in print edition on B6
We hear a number of people saying they can’t wait until the election season ends so we can be spared more negative campaigning.
Barrett trades tires for runners
NASCAR driver goes back to school - bobsledding school
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C9
When Stanton Barrett failed to qualify for last weekend’s Busch Series race, he figured it was time to go back to driving school.
Long-distance runners on the rise
Cities, retailers hope to cash in on nation’s second major running boom
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C5
It wasn’t until her mother finished her first half marathon shortly after undergoing radiation for breast cancer that Tamara Daniels found the motivation to run a marathon.
Warning shot
Students stage cautionary play about school violence
November 3, 2006 in print edition on D1
“Go back to where you are dead,” director Christie Dobson hollers at her students.
Powerful shopping
If you must shop until you drop, at least fuel up first
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C12
Robbin Mullins remembers standing in line at a department store one December, starving, thirsty and too close to her long-awaited spot at the wrapping desk to give up and leave.
Borat’ a fearless comedic masterpiece
November 3, 2006 in print edition on D1
“Borat” is unquestionably, honestly, literally the funniest film I have ever seen.
Horoscopes
November 3, 2006
For Friday, Nov. 3
LJ smiling more these days
Chiefs’ Johnson shows humorous side
November 3, 2006 in print edition on C8
The sharp cleats of 300-pound men clattered on the hard cement walkway, inches away from the tiny, helpless unseen kitten.
Native switchgrass shows its strength
Federal environmental project helps finance construction of cultural structure on Haskell campus
November 3, 2006 in print edition on B1
For the Caddo Indians of Louisiana’s Red River Valley, shelters of willow and native grass were a way to escape the sweltering sun.
On the record
November 3, 2006 in print edition on B2