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6Sports video: Woodland wins his second Kansas Amateur title
July 22, 2007
Today at Topeka County Club, former KU golfer Gary Woodland went for his second Kansas Amateur title in three attempts.
6Sports video: Raiders take two from Emporia
July 22, 2007
To the legion diamond now, where post season play is just around the corner.
6News video: Triathlon attacks more than 400 racers
July 22, 2007
Hundreds of athletes swam, cycled and ran their way to the finish line today.
6News video: Public hearing to discuss Wal-Mart debate
July 22, 2007
A proposed Wal-Mart store at Sixth and Wakarusa is the topic of a major public hearing.
6News video: Lawrence dog show lacks participant numbers
July 22, 2007
A dog is a man’s best friend and over the weekend both were put to the test at the Douglas County 4-H Dog Show.
6News video: Boomer-age women continuing “girls night out” fun
July 22, 2007
“Girls nigh out” has been an institution in women’s lives since ladies got together for quilting bees in colonial times. As Boomergirl.com editor Cathy Hamilton reports, two Topeka business owners are putting a new spin on the popular ritual by giving women a creative outlet while they get out of the house.
6News video: Eudora merges emergency services
July 22, 2007
The city of Eudora merged its fire and medical operations at noon today and were dispatched to the first call 20 minutes later.
6News video: Cancer victim bringing attention to its dangers
July 22, 2007
One family changes the face of lung cancer and they’re bringing the cause right here to Lawrence.
6News video: 15th annual CASA fundraiser gives away playhouse
July 22, 2007
Kelvin Lopez is the winner of this year’s CASA 4 CASA playhouse. This is the 15th year for the Douglas County Court Appointed Special Advocate’s fundraiser.
Congress offers passport help
Travelers in a bind can contact lawmakers to expedite service
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
Receiving your passport at an airport 30 minutes before your flight isn’t the best way to start a summer vacation.
Former Jayhawk to join Team USA
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
Nick Collison, who once was nicknamed “Mr. USA Basketball” for the many occasions he represented his country on the court, will be wearing the red, white and blue again - at least in a practice setting.
Critics debate merits of microchips implanted in humans
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A12
CityWatcher.com, a provider of surveillance equipment, attracted little notice itself - until a year ago, when two of its employees had glass-encapsulated microchips with miniature antennas embedded in their forearms.
Young illegal immigrants avoid deportation, detention
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A6
The strip mall storefront of International Educational Services opens up into cheery offices and classrooms decorated with American flags. Open a classroom door and dozens of smiling children look up from their workbooks for a heavily accented group “good morning.”
Democratic party ‘rethinking’ its stance on abortion issue
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A7
In sometimes subtle ways, Democratic party leaders and political professionals are grappling with how to address abortion, an internal debate that turns on questions of emphasis, political positioning and how far to go in accepting as a public policy goal the view that abortion is a moral tragedy to be avoided.
Despite lower attendance, family fun abounds at 4-H pet show
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Fred is a spoiled snake. He gets to slither all over his owner’s body, swim in the bathtub and swallow live mice. The spotted albino motley corn snake belongs to Dominic Capra, of Overbrook.
Auction a benefit for Castle Tea Room
Renovation to home to begin next week
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
For every item in the historic Castle Tea Room, 1307 Mass., there holds a memory for many Lawrence residents.
Volunteers honored with awards for youth work
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Two longtime Lawrence volunteers were recognized Saturday for helping Douglas County youths.
People in the news
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A2
¢ 50 Cent sues ad company over image in violent game ¢ Doctor: Sizemore ex Fleiss showed no sign of assault
Now’s the time to determine deadline strategy
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C5
It’s time to take a good hard look at your fantasy team, and make an important decision: Are you the Boston Red Sox or the Cincinnati Reds?
Bankruptcies
July 22, 2007 in print edition on E1
Douglas County residents or businesses filing for bankruptcy protection during the week ended Thursday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the District of Kansas, according to court records:
Schools have high hopes for ‘all-day K’
300 students at eight schools to participate in daylong kindergarten
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
Ben Hoopes, 5, felt a lot better when he learned his school day’s exact length. “He thought it was morning, afternoon and evening,” said his mother, Linda Hoopes.
A fair to remember
Lawrence photographer has documented Vinland’s humble celebration for 23 years
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D1
Mike Yoder loved it from the start. He had been a staff photographer at the Journal-World for seven months in 1984 when he was assigned to shoot at the Vinland Fair, an event he didn’t know much about.
Collectors seek out stoneware crocks with unique designs
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D4
Stoneware crocks were made to store food or liquids for long or short periods of time. They were the Tupperware of the 19th century. Jugs found today originally had cork stoppers. Crocks were covered with bladders that were tied tight, or with leather, paper or cloth, or with a cork.
Yankees slugger Giambi resumes batting practice
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C5
The New York Yankees’ Jason Giambi took batting practice Saturday for the first time since hurting his left foot and is hoping to rejoin the team by early next month.
East wins all-star game after wacky ending
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C3
Playing in the Native American All-Star Game Saturday night at Haskell Stadium, Haskell-bound running back Quinton Haynes had two goals he wanted to achieve.
Barry Bonds: The man who saved baseball
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
All hail Barry Bonds. Now that I have your attention, here’s why: A lot of good has come about during his charge toward baseball’s all-time home run record. In truth, he’s been an inadvertent conduit for positive change since he chopped down Mark McGwire’s then 3-year-old home run record in 2001.
Wheat quality worries flour millers
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B8
The poor quality of the Kansas wheat crop this year has some flour millers wondering if they will have to import grain from other states to take care of their customers.
Statistics, trends reflect growing importance of pets in home
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D8
Today’s typical American family is apt to leave their pet-friendly home (perhaps one whose kitchen has a built-in dog feeding station), pack up their pet-friendly car (perhaps equipped with special doggie seat belts) and leave for a pet-friendly vacation (perhaps at Camp Unleashed in the Berkshires, where they can hike, swim and camp with their dog at their sides).
Hot conditions hamper efforts to stop wildfires
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
High temperatures and low humidity prevented firefighters from extinguishing a fire Saturday that threatened at least two dozen homes in a small town in central Utah.
Mayhem triathlon on tap today
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C3
More than 400 triathletes will run, swim and bike today at Lone Star Lake when the third annual Midwest Mayhem Triathlon gets underway this morning.
Lawrence Art Guild announces show
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D4
The annual Lawrence Art Guild Members Show at the Lawrence Public Library is on display through July 31.
Old Home Town - 40 years ago
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
Douglas County was included on President Lyndon Johnson’s list of disaster regions due to storm losses from torrential rains and violent wind blasts.
Walk-off homer sinks K.C.
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C6
The Royals and Tigers played a game that looked so ugly Saturday night that Detroit manager Jim Leyland could hardly watch. But was it so bad he could smell it?
Despite planning, withdrawal faces uncertainties
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A9
From crating up the bombs and bullets, to shrink-wrapping the helicopters, to counting up the endless tiers of port-a-potties, the pullout of U.S. combat forces from Iraq, when it inevitably comes, will rank as the longest-planned withdrawal ever.
Raves, sleepless nights and fast sales greet last book in ‘Potter’ phenomenon
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A2
The books are out; the word is spreading. “The last Potter is amazing. It has definitely gone way beyond what I expected,” Deb Kiehlmeier, 16, of the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill, N.J., says of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” which was released Saturday to worldwide ecstasy.
Giambi’s return could be Yankees’ headache
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C5
Slowly but surely, one rehab day at a time, Jason Giambi is working his way back to the Yankees, baggage and all. He’s about two weeks away from recovering from a torn plantar fascia, which means the Yankees are almost face to face with a problem they assumed had been back-burned until 2008.
Lawrence Datebook
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
Events around Lawrence.
Magic of book series will remain for young fan
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A2
My generation has grown up with Harry Potter. We’ve grown attached to him - whether on purpose or by just hearing Daniel Radcliffe say, “Expecto Patronum!” on-screen - and we don’t want to let him go.
Langston Hughes’ home undergoes Harlem Renaissance
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D5
For the last two, extraordinarily prolific decades of his life, Langston Hughes turned out some of his most celebrated work on the third floor of the brownstone at 20 East 127th St. in Harlem.
Milestone?
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
To the editor: I heard on the radio yesterday that after four years of fighting, coalition forces have secured half of Baghdad.
American’s desire for change may handicap Hillary
July 22, 2007
The discomfiting question now being confronted by Democrats, who desperately want change in Washington, is whether the thirst for change in the party might imperil its front-runner, not help her.
Zoos, activists fight over elephant space
Wichita facility among those giving large animals more room to roam
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
On a sunny July day, Chai the elephant browses on grass and branches in the 1-acre elephant exhibit at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. Children lean over the metal barriers, trying to reach the enormous charismatic creature.
Horoscopes
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D6
For Sunday, July 22, 2007:
Patrick gains front row, overshadows Castroneves
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C9
Helio Castroneves set an IndyCar Series record by winning his 22nd career pole - and still was overshadowed by Danica Patrick.
A fair(wa)y-tale ending at LCC
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C10
For three years, he was the kid peering through a hole in the chain-link fence, watching the other boys play, thinking all the while he was good enough to join them, never getting the chance.
Weirdness is relative in Aoibheann Sweeney’s debut novel
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D3
No one thinks they’re weird when they’re a little kid. It takes the taunts of schoolmates or older siblings before a youngster gets self-conscious about the things that make them different.
Braves ousted after two losses
Other area teams fare no better in tournament’s closing contests
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
The final day of the American Fastpitch Association “B” National Championship Tournament was short lived for Amie Riddle and the Tonganoxie Braves.
Vinokourov takes stage; Rasmussen keeps lead
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C9
At the Tour de France, timing is everything. Michael Rasmussen of Denmark, dogged by new doping accusations, turned in the time trial of his life Saturday to keep the race leader’s yellow jersey heading into three mountain stages, his specialty.
Model solar system planned downtown
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B3
The whole universe could soon be in downtown Kansas City. Or, at least a smaller version.
Bush reclaims presidential powers after colonoscopy
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Doctors removed five small growths from President Bush ‘s colon Saturday after he temporarily transferred the powers of his office to Vice President Dick Cheney under the rarely invoked 25th Amendment.
Tammy Faye Messner dead at 65
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Tammy Faye Messner, who as Tammy Faye Bakker helped her husband, Jim, build a multimillion-dollar evangelism empire and then watched it collapse in disgrace, has died. She was 65.
African-American identity focus of museum exhibit
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
Connie Bucher looked forward to a summer of sorting and cleaning artifacts when she took a job as an intern at the Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum.
Old Home Town - 25 years ago
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
The biggest share of spending cuts planned by academic units at Kansas University were to come from money earmarked for salaries for vacant faculty and staff positions that would have to remain unfilled for the time being.
Texas support
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
To the editor: What is all this about Jim Ryun going to Texas to raise money for his campaign? Why does Mr. Ryun have to go to Texas to look for money to run for a Kansas congressional seat?
Increase aims to boost nation’s poorest workers
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A5
Fast-food waitress Fawn Townsend of Raleigh, N.C., knows exactly what she is going to do if her salary goes up with Tuesday’s increase in the federal minimum wage: start saving for a car so she can find a second job to make ends meet.
Doubts remain about cardinal’s role in clergy abuse crisis
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A7
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony approved a record clergy abuse payout, opened the files of the Roman Catholic priests involved and looked into the cameras and apologized last week for the victims’ treatment. And it still might not be enough to satisfy some.
Iraqi PM urges parliament to pass crucial laws for U.S.
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A9
Iraq’s prime minister urged parliament on Saturday to cancel or shorten its summer vacation to pass laws Washington considers crucial to Iraq’s stability and the debate on how long U.S. forces should remain.
Despite all-nighter, state still lacks budget
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Bleary-eyed legislators failed to reach a deal on the overdue state budget Saturday after Senate Republicans refused to support the spending plan, despite being locked in the chamber all night by the Democratic leader.
Links, computer, action
Entertainment jobs find new life on Web
July 22, 2007 in print edition on E1
Voice-over work in Indianapolis wasn’t too lucrative, so Daniel Geduld made a classic actor’s move: He headed for L.A. And like most Hollywood dreamers, Geduld didn’t get hired for much.
Compliance Cops
Office serves curious KU fans, protects university from more investigations
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
Every single day, the compliance office of Kansas Athletics, Inc., has phones ringing, e-mail inboxes dinging and strangers and friends dropping by to ask questions at random.
State officials question city’s beekeeping ban
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
State officials are buzzing about a ban on beekeeping in Bethany. Bethany City Council voted Tuesday to ban beekeeping in the city after hearing complaints about aggressive swarms. But state officials say the local rule violates a state law.
For richer or poorer? For widows, the latter’s likely
July 22, 2007 in print edition on E1
Many experts say one of the best ways to build wealth is to get married and stay married. In fact, those who marry ” ‘til death do us part” end up, on average, four times as rich as those who never marry, according to Barbara Dafoe Whitehead and David Popenoe, who run the National Marriage Project at Rutgers University.
Reasonable steps reduce landlord-tenant conflict over pets
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D8
I recently received a call from a friend who wanted to alert me to a problem at a rental property in his neighborhood. The people who lived there had been in the process of moving out, and it seems that one of their dogs had been romping through the streets all weekend, but no one had been calling for him.
Mayor, bodyguards help put out house fire
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Philadelphia mayor and two of his bodyguards happened upon a house fire and ended up rescuing a cat, helping a victim and warning neighbors, officials and witnesses said.
U.S. hopes humanitarian aide will ease tensions
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Two transport trucks loaded with humanitarian aid, escorted by South Carolina National Guard troops, rolled into the Afghan army base here earlier this month.
Best-Sellers
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D3
Pressuring Syria may pay off for U.S.
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
One of the most infuriating problems in Iraq seems to generate precious little fury.
Frog to be reviewed as endangered species
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
The California red-legged frog is getting a second look from Bush administration officials who now acknowledge politics may have trumped science in earlier endangered species decisions.
Before Babe, Connor was king
Owner of baseball’s first recorded grand slam, post-Civil-War slugger started it all
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
Baseball’s original home run king was a huge man who hit the major leagues’ first grand slam and later added a tape-measure shot so thrilling that fans passed the hat, collected $500 and bought their hero a gold watch in tribute. No, it wasn’t Babe Ruth.
New sister cities
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
To the editor: Rather than have international sister cities, I think we better concentrate on Chanute, Coffeyville, Greensburg and Osawatomie. Cultural exchange is good, but these cities are in disaster and need our help.
Woods 8 strokes back
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C12
It was moving day at the British Open on Saturday, but Tiger Woods went in the wrong direction. His chances for an Open three-peat grew dimmer when he lost ground on tournament leader Sergio Garcia and with a 212 total, he goes into the final round trailing by eight shots with 14 players to pass.
Friend: Shooter distraught over breakup
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B5
The gunman who killed two people and wounded two police officers was distraught over his breakup with the mother of one of the victims, a friend says.
Transparency and trust
Kansas University Hospital’s affiliation with the state includes the responsibility to share as much information as possible with the public.
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
Open government almost always increases public trust. With that in mind, the Kansas University Hospital Authority board should strive to keep its operations as transparent as possible.
Bonds stays stuck at 753
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C4
Tim Lincecum pitched four-hit ball for eight innings, Pedro Feliz homered and drove in three runs, and San Francisco won without a hit from Barry Bonds.
See that one coming? Coffee means trouble for fortuneteller
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A11
For nearly a quarter-century, Sana Kuma has been staring into the bottoms of coffee cups to divine the future for top Israeli models, actresses and businessmen.
Man spreads fire driving flaming hay wagon
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A12
A panicky man left a blazing trail behind him as he dashed around the countryside looking for a hose to put out his burning hay wagon, authorities said.
Veterans could be key in multiple sclerosis cure
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is keeping an eye on military veterans, especially those who served in the first Persian Gulf war and have since been diagnosed with the debilitating neurological disease.
Parking institute board adds director
July 22, 2007 in print edition on E1
Donna Hultine, director of the Parking and Transit Department at Kansas University, has been elected to the board of directors for the International Parking Institute, a 1,300-member trade organization that provides leadership, information and education for professionals in the parking and transit industry.
Harry Potter hype goes over the top
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
Harry Potter dies in the new book. It’s tragic, really. Accidental cauldron explosion. Eye of newt and wing of bat everywhere. He gets impaled by a flying dragon snout. His last word is: “Rosebud.”
Old Home Town - 100 years ago
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
From the Lawrence Daily World for July 22, 1907: “A new event, a horseshoe pitching tournament, has been added to the agenda for the Douglas County Fair this fall and entries and spectators are expected to come from miles around because such events are so popular.
Marlins’ Olsen arrested after fight with police
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C5
Troubled pitcher Scott Olsen of the Florida Marlins was arrested early Saturday after refusing to pull over and getting into a fight with police officers.
Brazilian Pereira tops Spitz’s record
Swimming sensation wins sixth gold at Pan Am Games
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C2
Not even the great Mark Spitz was as dominant at the Pan American Games as Brazilian sensation Thiago Pereira.
City honors hometown heroes Tuskegee Airmen
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Christopher Newman flew 84 missions as a fighter pilot in World War II with the Tuskegee Airmen.
Hamilton crashes; Raikkonen claims pole
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C9
Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton appeared to escape serious injury when he crashed into a wall during qualifying Saturday for the European Grand Prix in which Kimi Raikkonen took the pole.
Fate of German hostages in dispute
Taliban wants to trade 23 S. Koreans for its own fighters
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
A purported Taliban spokesman said Saturday that the Islamic militia had killed two German hostages, a claim disputed by both Afghanistan and Germany. He also offered to trade 23 captive South Koreans for imprisoned Taliban fighters.
McLouth school district schedules enrollment
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
McLouth schools will have enrollment for kindergarten through 12th grade Aug. 6 and 7 in the school cafeteria, 217 Summit St.
New England tea fundraiser draws women of 4 generations
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Fun, food and fashion shows aren’t just for youngsters, as demonstrated by a Saturday morning gathering of more than 100 women representing four generations, ages 14 to 88.
Child’s favorite doll can go on vacation, too
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D1
Many toddlers get attached to a favorite doll that they tote with them everywhere they go. As their families prepare for summer travel, Bette Holtzman, vice president of consumer and family advocacy at The Goldberger Company, has some tips for parents:
Garcia ready for final charge
Spaniard could be first wire-to-wire champ since ‘73
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C12
The prevailing photo of Sergio Garcia has him yelling at the sky after a wayward shot, as he holds the offending club over his head.
Woman faces charges for kissing painting
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of kissing a painting by American artist Cy Twombly and smudging the bone-white canvas with her lipstick, French judicial officials said Saturday.
Survey: Decline in teen sex has stalled
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
The long decline in sexual activity among U.S. teenagers, hailed as one of the nation’s most important social and public health successes, appears to have stalled.
Sweat sweet for boomer’s husband
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D1
To say that my husband and I feel differently about sweating is like saying Michael Moore and Blue Cross feel differently about health care coverage. When it comes to tolerance of heat and perspiration, we are (and I apologize in advance for the following groaner) solar opposites.
Sorenson halts two-year drought
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C9
Reed Sorenson earned his first victory in two years, avoiding the pitfalls of a caution-filled Busch Gateway 250 on Saturday night.
YouTube presidential debate breaks the rules
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A5
Yes, this is still the YouTube you know and love: The guys from redstateupdate.com want the male Democratic candidates to take off their shirts for an abs contest.
Bonds not worried about indictment
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
Barry Bonds was in the lineup again Saturday, probably a small surprise because it was a day game after a night game.
Police arrest 3 suspects in alleged ‘terror school’
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Italian police arrested three Moroccans on Saturday - an imam and two aides - accusing them of belonging to a militant cell that allegedly used a mosque in central Italy as a terror training camp.
Turbo Turtle Trek to benefit Tiny-K
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Leavenworth County Infant-Toddler Services’ Tiny-K program will have its fourth annual Turbo Turtle Trek at 10 a.m. Aug. 25 at Leavenworth Country Club Swimming Pool, 455 W. Eisenhower Road in Lansing.
Troubled ref expected to cooperate
Donaghy may possibly name other officials and/or players involved in gambling scandal, newspaper says
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C2
Federal authorities believe the referee at the center of the betting and game-fixing probe rocking the NBA will cooperate with investigators - and possibly name other officials or players involved in the scandal, law enforcement sources told the New York Daily News.
Brazil suffers more problems with air safety
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
A radar failure over the Amazon forced Brazil to turn back or ground a string of international flights Saturday, deepening a national aviation crisis just hours after the president unveiled safety measures prompted by the country’s deadliest air disaster.
On the record
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
Lawrence crime blotter.
Church hopes media blitz will rekindle institution of marriage
July 22, 2007
The gestures are sweet but modest: I carried my wife’s purse. I made her breakfast. I taped a note to her mirror telling her I liked her haircut.
Envoy wants reactors for ending nuke programs
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
North Korea’s nuclear envoy demanded Saturday that his country be given power-generating reactors as a reward for eventually dismantling its atomic programs.
Woodland advances to final
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
The top two seeded players in the 97th annual Kansas Amateur each won a pair of matches Saturday to reach the finals.
Jarring reminder
Holocaust historian pursues the whole story
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D3
There comes a moment in life when the weight of memory and emotion can lead to action. For Saul Friedlander, that moment arrived when he stumbled upon a misfiled Nazi document in Bonn, Germany, during research for a book on U.S.-German relations before World War II.
Woman sent child to live with suspect in child rape
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B3
A Kansas woman said she let her daughter move to Pierce County with child-rape suspect Terapon Adhahn six years ago because she thought it was the best option for the then-rebellious 12-year-old girl.
Jays’ Towers mystifies Mariners
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C4
Josh Towers outpitched Jeff Weaver in a fast-paced game, and Aaron Hill hit an RBI single in the second inning to lead Toronto past Seattle.
Ossification - By Sandra Gail Teichmann
July 22, 2007 in print edition on D3
Ossification - By Sandra Gail Teichmann
Voters prepare to choose Parliament amid crisis
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Turkey’s election campaign ended on Saturday as people prepared to vote for a new Parliament that will face a host of challenges: a presidential election, violence by Kurdish rebels and a growing divide over the role of Islam in society.
India elects its first female president
July 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
India chose its first female president Saturday in an election hailed as a victory for women in a country where gender discrimination is deep-rooted and widespread.
Els, others feel Carnoustie’s bite
July 22, 2007 in print edition on C12
With apologies to all weekend hackers, there are no mulligans in golf. Too bad, Ernie Els.
Meet the J-W editors at Hy-Vee today
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
If you have a question about the Lawrence Journal-World, a news tip or just want to say hello, stop by the Sixth Street Hy-Vee this weekend and meet the editors.
Pump patrol
July 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Patrol seeks fuel deals