Archive for Sunday, September 14, 2008

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LHS football vs. Shawnee Mission East Storm damage 'Diversity' at the Natural History Museum 2008 National Merit semifinalists
Were you ever in daycare when you were a child?

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12:00 a.m.
Actor Wes Studi, left, and filmmaker Kevin Willmott discuss their new film, "The Only Good Indian," during the Kansas Lewis and Clark Symposium on Friday at the Dole Institute of Politics. The event focused on the relationship between American Indian tribes and the U.S. government before and after the Lewis and Clark expedition. Symposium weighs damage of US expansion on tribes
September 13, 2008 in print edition on 1B
The first contact Meriwether Lewis and William Clark made with American Indians on their exploration across the country forever changed the course of tribal life. “We didn’t all experience the winning of the West the same way,” said Dan Wildcat, director of the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center and of the American Studies program at Haskell Indian Nations University. “For some of us this was an invasion of homelands.”
6:00 a.m.
James Hopper, left, and his wife, Marilou Cavin, inspect decorative gourds by artist Marty McKinney of Columbia, S.C., at the Haskell Indian Art Market. Haskell festival attracts a crowd despite wet weather
September 13, 2008 in print edition on 1B
Water-soaked grounds forced the cancellation of some performances but did not hold crowds back from partaking Saturday in the 20th Annual Haskell Indian Art Market. “It’s just water - I’m not made of sugar,” said Ursula Foster of Kansas City, Kan., as she strolled Haskell Indian Nations University’s Powwow Grounds.
2:00 p.m.
Danielle Kriner, right, picks up her 4-month-old daughter, Kaiyah Landness, from her mother's house in North Lawrence. Kriner's mother, Shawna Shelby, and her husband, Terry Shelby, take turns watching Kaiyah while Kriner works. Kriner said the soonest she could get her daughter into a day care center that takes infants would be January. Measure of a city’s strength is how it cares for youngest
September 14, 2008 in print edition on 1A
Danielle Kriner started searching for a day care center even before she had her now 4-month-old daughter. She’s still searching. “I’ve called everywhere and there wasn’t a spot open for her,” said Kriner, who works in the office at Ballard Community Services, 708 Elm St., which also operates day cares.
6:00 p.m.
Marcia Epstein lost her mother, Abba Howell, to suicide five years ago. Epstein, the executive director of Headquarters Counseling Center, 211 E. Eighth St., displayed a photo of her mother on Thursday. Crisis counselor shares survivors’ grief
September 14, 2008 in print edition on 1A
Marcia Epstein was the good daughter. She always had been. Growing up, she watched out for her brothers as they moved from place to place - California, Texas, Kansas City - as her divorced mother and alcoholic stepfather battled life. Decades later, she still did what good daughters do - she always called her mother before she traveled. This particular week there was an added reason to do so.

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September 14, 2008 in print edition on D3
A listing of this week’s top-selling nonfiction and fiction literature.
Poet’s Showcase
September 14, 2008 in print edition on D3
“Dreams” by Derrick Higgins
USC slams Ohio State, 35-3
September 14, 2008 in print edition on C1
Southern California turned the most anticipated September game in years into a mismatch.