Archive for Sunday, October 7, 2007

Also from October 7

On the street
Photo galleries
Eudora at 150 Mike Sanger's duty in Iraq
Given Saturday's results, who do you now consider the favorite in the Big 12 North?

Poll results

Response Percent
Kansas State
Total 4469

Lead stories

6:00 a.m.
Greg Shipe takes Tim and Sarah Jackson, of Lawrence, on a ride through the vineyard Saturday at Davenport Winery in Eudora during the Kaw Valley Farm Tour. Kaw Valley Farm Tour offers glimpse into the agricultural life
October 7, 2007 in print edition on 1B
John Pendleton is keeping an eye on the weather, as he does every day. But lately, he’s had more on his mind than how weather conditions affect his crops. He has been hoping for sunshine for the Kaw Valley Farm Tour, which takes place this weekend at 15 farms around the area. So far, the weather has cooperated, giving people a chance to learn more about the many and varied farms that dot the region.
12:00 p.m.
Hannah Garcia-Copp hugs her father, Tim Copp, after the dedication of a statue of Paschal Fish and his daughter, Eudora, during the city of Eudora's 150th birthday celebration. Hannah was the model for Eudora, the city's namesake. Lawrence artist Jim Brothers designed the statue. History put on a pedestal
October 7, 2007 in print edition on 1B
The city marked its 150th birthday Saturday with a monumental gift to itself: a bronze statue depicting the city’s founder, Paschal Fish, and his daughter, Eudora, the city’s namesake. Some descendants of Fish were in attendance, as was Hannah Garcia-Copp, a Woodlawn School student from Lawrence, who served as the model for Eudora.
10:00 p.m.
A LifeStar helicopter lifts off from Centennial Park after picking up Mary Ann Munsch, 65, Lawrence, on July 23. She was crossing Sixth Street at Schwarz Road when she was struck by a car, but was home recovering 11 days later. Trauma care in Kansas on front burner
October 7, 2007 in print edition on 1A
While dinner was simmering in the crockpot, Mary Ann Munsch walked to the nearby Dillons on Sixth Street to pick up some couscous and salad greens to go with dinner. After purchasing the items, she headed back home. As she was crossing Sixth Street at Schwarz Road, she was struck by a PT Cruiser. Her head hit the windshield and broke it. The accident left her unconscious with obvious injuries to her left eye, which was bleeding.

All stories

October 7, 2007 in print edition on D3
The top-selling books for this week.
Wild Dogs in Nassau
October 7, 2007 in print edition on D3
Poet’s Showcase: Wild Dogs in Nassau By Rhonda J. Miller.
QB Bradford guides Sooners
No. 19 Longhorns fall to cellar of Big 12 South
October 7, 2007 in print edition on C8
Since he’s only 19 and was playing just his sixth college game, Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford can be excused for thinking he can do things most quarterbacks wouldn’t even try.
Lawrence Datebook
October 7, 2007 in print edition on B2
Events around Lawrence.
People in the news
October 7, 2007 in print edition on D7
¢ Report: Lindsay Lohan checks out of rehab