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12:00 a.m.
From left, Roger Evers, Sandy Vigna and Richard Vigna, all of Lawrence, check out the auction table Friday during a fundraiser for Addi's Cure at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 2206 E. 23rd St. Addi's Cure is a nonprofit fundraising organization founded by Lawrence native Christi Johnson and her husband Bo Johnson to benefit lung cancer research. The Johnsons started the nonprofit after Bo Johnson, a nonsmoker, received a diagnosis of lung cancer. Fundraiser assists lung cancer patient
July 19, 2008 in print edition on 3B
As a North Carolina man recovers from his second double-lung transplant this week, his extended family in Lawrence helped support him and others fighting the same battle Friday night.
6:00 a.m.
Andrea Partee, center, of Lawrence, reacts to being awarded the Honorable Jean F. Shepherd Volunteer of the Year Award on Saturday during the Douglas County CASA and Citizen Review Board benefit at Cielito Lindo, 815 N.H. On the left is Joanne Hurst, of Lawrence. Douglas County CASA has served nearly 700 abused and neglected children since the service's beginning in 1991. Volunteers who aid abused children lauded
July 20, 2008 in print edition on 1B
Judge Jean Shepherd will take every opportunity she gets to recruit volunteers to work with abused and neglected children in Douglas County - even on a quick car trip.
10:00 a.m.
Chris Earl, agent for Stephens Real Estate, is representing the owner of a home that has been foreclosed on, and now is going through a waiting period in which the owner can buy it back by satisfying the debt, plus fees and interest. In default
July 20, 2008 in print edition on 1A
The phone will stop ringing soon in an east Lawrence home. For the past few months, it has rung four, maybe five times a day. It’s collectors who are calling, always with the same question: When will the homeowner catch up on missed mortgage payments? Her answer is always the same. She doesn’t have thousands of dollars to make good on the loan. But in recent weeks, something has changed.
2:00 p.m.
There seems to be one near certainty when it comes to property taxes this year: If you live in Lawrence, your mill levy is going up. Facing finances tighter than they've seen in years, Douglas County commissioners have tentatively agreed on a 2.92 mill levy increase. Mill levy numbers don’t tell whole story
July 20, 2008 in print edition on 1A
Pity poor Coffeyville. The southeastern Kansas community has the highest combined mill levy of any city above 10,000 people in the state. Its total mill levy - city, county, school district, et al - is 179 mills. It makes Lawrence’s combined mill levy of 115 mills look like a tax utopia. Right? Not exactly.
6:00 p.m.
Free State Fly Fishers member Tom Hay, Lawrence, and other members hoist pipe-bucket-trees Saturday from a pontoon boat into Douglas County State Lake. The state's wildlife and parks department and the club dropped about 70 buckets to help rebuild the lake's ecosystem. Club turns trash into fish habitat
July 19, 2008 in print edition on 1B
With PVC pipes and buckets as their building blocks, members of Free State Fly Fishers are helping to build a thriving underwater city at Douglas County State Lake.

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Sunday, July 20 weather at 10 p.m.
July 20, 2008
The forecast for Monday, July 21 calls for a high of 96 with a low around 71.
Lifeguard Games make splash in Lawrence
July 20, 2008
While the summer Olympics are still over two weeks away, Lawrence plays host to life savers from across Kansas and Missouri for the Lifeguard games.
Farmers’ markets tough on farmers
July 20, 2008
As food prices go up, farmers’ markets are growing in appeal to shoppers wanting fresh food at low prices. But as BoomerGirl.com’s Cathy Hamilton reports, for many farmers it takes a village to bring their products to market every weekend.
Primary preview: County Commission candidates share views
July 20, 2008
Primary elections are August 5th, and over the next several nights we’ll preview state and local races that Douglas County voters will help decide. Tonight we begin with the race for Douglas County Commission. 6News reporter Jesse Fray breaks down what Democratic candidates in the second district promise to bring to the seat.
Construction causing problems for Eudora authorities
July 20, 2008
Construction cones are commonplace throughout Eudora, and while residents are suffering some transportation setbacks, so are local authorities. 6News reporter Mark Boyle tells us how the Eudora fire department is working around the orange-clad streets.
T-Bones face Flyers
July 20, 2008
This evening at Community America Ballpark, the Kansas City T-Bones were closing their three game series with the Schaumburg Flyers.
Fire damages exterior of central Lawrence home
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A5
Teen says he spotted flames and assisted resident in putting out fire.
Blessed are the boxers for wounded troops
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A3
Blessed are the boxer shorts. Members of the St. James United Church of Christ in Casco Township plan to take 150 boxer shorts to the altar today for a blessing. The shorts have been modified for wounded veterans who wear bulky prosthetics or braces on their legs.
Street work to close part of Bob Billings
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B4
Lawrence city work crews on Monday will start repairing Bob Billings Parkway from Lawrence Avenue to Apple Lane.
Foreclosure ‘deals’ carry fine print
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A7
All this national talk of a suffocating credit crunch, compounding mortgage defaults and tumbling real estate prices has potential homebuyers angling for value. Chris Earl understands that. But the concept of buying a “foreclosed” home in the Lawrence area, he said, comes with a healthy dose of fine print that many folks haven’t taken the time to comprehend.
Campaign needs some humor
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B7
Oh, for a good riposte. Barack Obama’s levity-free reaction to the now-famous New Yorker cartoon leaves one reluctantly wondering: Is he humor-challenged? Perchance, does he take himself too seriously for a nation of wits and wags?
Sunni bloc rejoins government
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
Iraq’s largest Sunni Arab political bloc returned to the government fold Saturday after calling off a nearly one-year boycott of the Shiite-dominated leadership - another critical stride toward healing sectarian rifts.
In default
Mortgage crisis creeping into town
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A1
The phone will stop ringing soon in an east Lawrence home. For the past few months, it has rung four, maybe five times a day. It’s collectors who are calling, always with the same question: When will the homeowner catch up on missed mortgage payments? Her answer is always the same. She doesn’t have thousands of dollars to make good on the loan. But in recent weeks, something has changed.
Time to make the switch?
Many argue paper dollars are out of date, costlier to make than sturdier coins
July 20, 2008 in print edition on E1
Could it be our fascination with George Washington’s Mona Lisa-smile? What else keeps the dollar bill alive despite its obvious obsolescence? Most industrialized economies don’t waste time with paper money of such paltry purchasing power. For the 15 European countries in the eurozone, the smallest denomination of printed bank notes is the 5 euro, worth $7.83.
Shark attack
Norman up by two entering final round
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C1
Gusts that approached 50 mph required Greg Norman to manufacture shots from his 53-year-old memory Saturday in the British Open, which he called among the toughest tests he has ever faced in golf.
True romance
Danielle Steel writes to ‘give people hope’
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D3
It’s only 9:33 a.m., but already Danielle Steel is having a lousy morning. She’s in a Rockefeller Plaza dressing room, having her hair tugged and her makeup tweaked. She’s endured questioning from Matt Lauer on the “Today” show and soon faces a second round with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.
Benson triumphs in truck race
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C8
Kyle Busch came up five spots short in his bid to make NASCAR history Saturday night, and Johnny Benson took advantage, holding off Michael Annett to win the Built Ford Tough 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
Meche looks like ace, baffles Chicago hitters
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C1
Gil Meche shut down a White Sox offense that generated 34 hits in its previous two games, pitching the Kansas City Royals to a 9-1 victory that sliced Chicago’s lead in the AL Central to one-half game.
General: al-Qaida shifting focus
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A8
After intense U.S. assaults, al-Qaida may be considering shifting focus to its original home base in Afghanistan, where American casualties are running higher than in Iraq, the top U.S. commander in Iraq said Saturday.
Housing prices still falling
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A3
The Bush administration’s pledge to rescue ailing housing finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac raises anew questions about just when the nation’s dismal housing market will hit bottom.
Edwards Nationwide winner
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C8
Carl Edwards passed Jason Leffler with 48 laps remaining Saturday night and cruised to victory at the Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers 250 on Saturday night.
Old Home Town - 25 years ago
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B6
Officials of the Douglas County Free Fair said the Aug. 2-6 event had more full commitments at an earlier date than ever before and predicted a banner turnout. The Demolition Derby and the Tommy Cash country-western show were to be the featured attractions and more booths than ever before had been reserved.
U.S. divers lose appeal for Olympic synchro
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C6
Laura Wilkinson and her diving partner Jessica Livingston lost their appeal Saturday to compete in 10-meter synchronized platform diving at the Beijing Olympics.
Woman attacked by kangaroo, saved by dog
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
An elderly woman was attacked by a large kangaroo on a farm in Australia and was lucky to be alive after a pet dog leapt to her aid, her son said Saturday.
Dixon on target for another IRL championship
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C8
Everything is right on schedule for Scott Dixon - for now. He heads into today’s Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course with a series-leading four victories and the IndyCar Series points lead.
Behind the Lens: Underwater shots managed with a little ingenuity
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D2
All the staff photographers at the Journal-World are always trying to make the things we shoot on a daily basis look different.
Library confrontation points out privacy dilemma
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A3
Children’s librarian Judith Flint was getting ready for the monthly book discussion group for 8- and 9-year-olds on “Love That Dog” when police showed up. They weren’t kidding around: Five state police detectives wanted to seize Kimball Public Library’s public access computers as they frantically searched for a 12-year-old girl, acting on a tip that she sometimes used the terminals.
Best-sellers
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D3
A listing of this week’s top-selling literature.
My desire
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D3
Poet’s Showcase: My desire by Karl Dean Soukup.
Cherries picked for unusual appetizer
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D1
Buy cherries that are shiny, firm and plump; keep them refrigerated. Eat them for the great flavor, but appreciate their health benefits. Animal studies show cherries may help lower cholesterol and prevent weight gain, and in human studies cherries ease arthritis pain and soreness.
Horoscopes
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D5
You will be able to realize many of your dreams because of a loving partnership. You learn to relate more deeply and intensely than in the past. Look to new ways of interacting.
Melting-pot makeup of U.S.A. evident for Beijing Olympics
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C6
As the U.S. struggles with immigration policy, Americans will get a chance next month to see their melting-pot nation through the prism of foreign-born athletes competing in USA uniforms at the Beijing Olympics.
Bush: Congress should allow more oil drilling
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
Responding to Americans’ anger over gas prices and the housing bust, President Bush is stepping up pressure on Congress to open up offshore oil exploration and work to restore confidence in the housing finance industry.
First State Bank welcomes senior VP
July 20, 2008 in print edition on E1
Donald “Woody” Duncan has joined First State Bank & Trust in Lawrence as a senior vice president and commercial loan officer.
Adoption event aids 42 rescued horses
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B2
Blind horses Palomita and Nia were discarded when they could no longer become pregnant and produce hormones used in making medicine.
Teen chess player one of nation’s best
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B2
Conrad Holt and his father, Keith, sit at the family dining room table, a chess board between them. As they take turns moving pawns and knights, they call out each move.
If you have a teen driver to insure, shop for the right plan
Adding to own policy usually cheaper
July 20, 2008 in print edition on E1
This summer you may have a new driver in the family: your teen. With school out, teenagers will be spending more time on the road. This coupled with the fact that 16-year-olds have a higher incidence of car accidents than any other age group should be enough to make any parent nervous.
Violence kills 14, including NATO soldier
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
Afghan troops clashed with Taliban insurgents attacking a supply convoy for NATO troops, killing nine militants, officials said Saturday. Roadside bombs killed a NATO soldier in a separate convoy and four policemen.
Fall to bring dining, bar to Olathe theater
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B2
AMC Studio 30 in Olathe will offer people an alternative to Friday nights on the couch with a movie rental and a pizza. Construction began this week for a bar and in-theater dining wing called “Forks and Screen.” AMC expects to begin offering the option this fall.
Search team finds no sign of Steve Fossett
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
A team of elite athletes and expert mountaineers has ended a weeklong hunt for Steve Fossett, finding no sign of the missing adventurer or his plane but eliminating miles of rugged terrain from areas that still must be searched.
Repair shop workers turn truck into electric pickup
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B8
Tired of high gas prices, employees at Topeka Electric Motor Repair Inc. have converted a 2000 Chevrolet S-10 pickup to an all-electric vehicle.
Review: Wine forgery at center of mystery in ‘Billionaire’s Vinegar’
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D3
“The Billionaire’s Vinegar: The Mystery of the World’s Most Expensive Bottle of Wine” (Crown, $24.95) is a cautionary tale: Money will make you stupid.
Beijing tries to clear the air
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A5
Beijing’s Olympic shutdown begins today, a drastic plan to lift the Chinese capital’s gray shroud of pollution just three weeks ahead of the games.
Iran nuclear talks stall, even with US at table
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
A U.S. decision to bend policy and sit down with Iran at nuclear talks fizzled Saturday, with Iran stonewalling Washington and five other world powers on their call to freeze uranium enrichment.
Treasure in the trash: $20K earrings found
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A7
Diamonds in the rough? Try a $20,000 pair of the glinting gems in a reeking truckload of trash.
Putrid whale carcass parts stink up street
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A3
Getting the rotting corpse of a dead sperm whale off Oahu’s North Shore was only the start of the problem.
Obama kicks off trip in Afghanistan
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A1
Barack Obama visited Saturday with U.S. troops and Afghan officials in this war-weary nation, which is the focal point of his proposed strategy for dealing with threats to the U.S. if elected president.
McCauley wins Sunflower State Games golf title
FSHS senior drastically improving day-by-day
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C3
Free State High senior-to-be Seth McCauley knew it was just a matter of time before a few rounds in the 70s turned into victories. His vision came true Friday at the Sunflower State Games in Topeka, where McCauley fired a 74 at Lake Shawnee Golf Course to win the 15-17-year-old division by a stroke.
Humphrey speech among history’s most memorable
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B7
If you have an eye for these things, you might have noticed that Sen. Barack Obama is going to deliver his acceptance speech in a football stadium on Aug. 28. The last man to deliver an acceptance speech in a stadium was John F. Kennedy. The last important speech to be delivered on an Aug. 28 was given by the Rev. Martin Luther King 45 years ago.
Summer risks for pets: Bites, car rides, pools
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D8
The back of a pickup is no place for a pooch, especially when temperatures soar. By taking a few precautions to beat the heat, pet owners and their companions can breeze through summer. Here are some common pet emergencies and tips to avoid them.
Lawrence short film earns Emmy
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B4
A short film produced by Free State Studios and SenoReality Pictures, both of Lawrence, won in the Arts/Entertainment Program category of the 22nd annual Heartland Regional Emmy Awards on Saturday in Denver.
KU golfer advances to match play finals
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C3
Kansas University junior-to-be Patrick Roth advanced to the finals of the 98th Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship on Saturday at Wichita Country Club.
More seniors finding love, skipping remarriage
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A6
Murray Katz, 82, a retired senior federal patent-appeals examiner, has made a transition that lies ahead for millions of Americans. “When I was growing up, I didn’t see women who were in their 60s and 70s as women,” he said recently. “Now, it’s amazing. The men I know are all looking at 80-year-old women. They’re our friends. We listen to them. We dance with them. We have sex with them when we can. It’s beyond comprehension.”
Official campaign mementos best for collectors
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D4
Politics and political campaigns are featured in every newspaper, Web site and blog, and collectors are looking at the new memorabilia that can be part of a collection. The official pins sold or given away by the party, not the souvenir pins sold by merchants, are the ones that gain in collector value.
On the record
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B2
Oil or other combustible liquid, 12:53 p.m. Friday, 524 Frontier Road.
Cocoa mulch dangerous for dogs
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D8
How sweet it isn’t: Homeowners need to be aware that spreading cocoa-bean mulch in their gardens can be toxic to dogs.
Paterno among hall’s inductees
Quarterback Flutie also enters college football shrine
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C2
Penn State coach Joe Paterno helped a lot of players make it into the College Football Hall of Fame. He counts former Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie among them.
Area physician, diabetes expert extols new low-carb diet report
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B1
Finally, Atkins and low-carbohydrate diet supporters have their vindication. In a two-year Israeli study released Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine, results show low-carb and Mediterranean diets helped patients lose more weight and lowered their cholesterol and sugar levels more than patients on low-fat or non-restricted carb diets.
Commentary: Deadly drills should be outlawed
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C2
Cause of death: mat drills. That’s what the autopsy report should have said Friday. It should have said, “Ereck Plancher, just 19 years old, literally worked himself to death doing a draconian football drill that should be outlawed in 21st-century America.”
Old Home Town - 40 years ago
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B6
Bid openings were at hand for the $300,000 Lawrence municipal swimming pool in Central Park. It would be the first truly public pool in city history.
Hamm passes test, qualifies for Olympics
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C6
Paul Hamm is going to the Olympics again, thanks to a performance Saturday that ended any doubt about whether his broken hand has healed.
Pig caper: Police seek swiped swine
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A3
Where’s the pork? Authorities in western Iowa are looking for a thief with a very big payload - 120 market hogs.
Eaks leads Champions tournament by three
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C5
R.W. Eaks shot an 9-under 63 Saturday for a three-stroke lead over Gene Jones and Loren Roberts after the second round of the Champions Tour’s 3M Championship.
Old Home Town - 100 years ago
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B6
From Lawrence Daily World for July 20, 1908: “Tomorrow will be a notable anniversary for the suffragists of the world and a world meeting is being held in Seneca Falls, N.Y. It was just 60 years ago, July 19, 1848, that the first woman suffrage meetings in world history were commenced in Seneca Falls. Only two of those who originally signed the declaration of rights are still living.”
Texas crane collapse investigation begins
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A3
Federal investigators on Saturday began trying to figure out why one of the world’s largest mobile cranes toppled over, killing four contract workers and injuring seven others.
We know what works; let’s do it
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B6
This will be the last What Works column. I reserve the right to report occasionally on any program I run across that shows results in saving the lives and futures of African-American kids. But this is the last in the series I started 19 months ago to spotlight such programs.
Good, clean fun: Baptist camp near Ottawa mixes activities, religion
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D1
Ten-year-old Taylor Webb hunches over a round, wooden table inside her cabin. She tightly grips a pencil and presses it against a strip of white paper. She’s already sketched a near-perfect replica of a KU Jayhawk and is working on a new project. Markers, pens and pencils spill from the table Taylor works at. But also on the table are Bibles, hymnals and devotional puzzles. Taylor is at the Amazing Grace Baptist Camp about 6 miles north of Ottawa, and she says she’s having the time of her life.
Hamilton edges Massa for pole
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C8
McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton edged Felipe Massa on the final lap Saturday to take the pole position for the German Grand Prix.
Economy’s hardships intrude upon Humane Society
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D2
Staff members at the Lawrence Humane Society carry around heavy loads these days.
Tropical Storm Cristobal nears US
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A2
Tropical Storm Cristobal, the first tropical storm to menace the Southeast seaboard this hurricane season, sent outer bands of intermittent rain lashing the eastern Carolinas late Saturday as forecasters predicted it could dump several inches in some areas of drought-stricken North Carolina.
For better or worse, McCain wedded to town halls
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A4
John McCain was in his favorite campaign setting, a town hall meeting, when he spotted a promising target. “I’d love to recognize you first, sir,” the Republican presidential candidate said to a man in a Vietnam War veteran’s hat.
Volunteers who aid abused children lauded
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B1
Judge Jean Shepherd will take every opportunity she gets to recruit volunteers to work with abused and neglected children in Douglas County - even on a quick car trip.
Gas tax won’t take holiday, may rise
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A1
The political vision of a summer gas tax holiday died a quick death in Congress, losing to a view that federal excise taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel will have to go up if they go anywhere.
VP might fill McCain economic gap
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B6
Last Wednesday morning, The Washington Post published a poll of registered voters giving Barack Obama an eight-point lead - largely because the voters said they trusted him more than John McCain on handling their No. 1 issue, the economy, by an astounding 19 percentage points.
Sticks and stones
Kansas University is overstepping in its efforts to clean up the products of a local T-shirt shop.
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B6
It’s understandable that Kansas University wants to try to put itself in the best possible light, but those efforts shouldn’t be allowed to conflict with the constitutional right of free expression.
Aussies Flanagan, Coles tied at top
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C5
Greg Norman won’t be the only Australian trying for a win today. Fellow countrymen Nick Flanagan and Gavin Coles are tied for the lead at 11 under entering the final round of the US Bank Championship, a tournament that Norman himself won in 1989.
Obamamatrons disrupt peace of mind
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D1
I don’t think this is what Alexander Graham Bell had in mind.
Investors buy into KU success
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B1
As if an Orange Bowl championship and national basketball title weren’t enough already, Kansas University is riding its athletic prowess into unprecedented success in what just might be the most competitive market around. High finance.
Bankruptcies
July 20, 2008 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:
Summer recruiting heats up for Self
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C1
A modest guy, Bill Self didn’t wear 2008 Kansas University national-championship apparel into gyms in Akron, Ohio; Louisville, Ky.; Philadelphia; and North Augusta, S.C., during the first half of the July recruiting period.
NAFA ‘B’ National Tourney comes to end
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C3
The North American Fastpitch Association “B” National Championships came to a close Saturday morning at the Clinton Lake Softball Complex.
Wie fails to sign scorecard, gets DQ’d from State Farm
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C5
After finishing Friday and Saturday in second place at the State Farm Classic, Michelle Wie was one good round away from finally living up to her deep potential. Then, minutes after tapping in her last putt of the third round, Wie sat red-eyed at a folding table in front of a few dozen baffled reporters and photographers, explaining why she’d been disqualified from the tournament.
Mill levy numbers don’t tell whole story
July 20, 2008 in print edition on A1
Pity poor Coffeyville. The southeastern Kansas community has the highest combined mill levy of any city above 10,000 people in the state. Its total mill levy - city, county, school district, et al - is 179 mills. It makes Lawrence’s combined mill levy of 115 mills look like a tax utopia. Right? Not exactly.
Surprisingly, Harrington in the hunt
July 20, 2008 in print edition on C5
Padraig Harrington might have come up with a new practice routine for the majors. 1. Play the front nine. Once should be enough. 2. Just walk the course after that, chatting leisurely with the guy who’s getting some real work in. 3. Stop off at the greens for a little chipping and putting.
Show stars toy fox terriers
July 20, 2008 in print edition on B5
Tonganoxie is going to the dogs this weekend. The Heartland Toy Fox Terrier Club conducted its semiannual conformation show Saturday at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds.
Desperate Housewives’ creator says end in sight
July 20, 2008 in print edition on D7
The women of Wisteria Lane may have only a few more years to resolve their assorted problems.