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Oncimmune introduces early detection test for lung cancer The day in photos, September 13, 2009
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Who was KU's MVP against UTEP?

Poll results

Response Percent
Jake Sharp
 
49%
Maxwell Onyegbule
 
29%
Dezmon Briscoe
 
10%
Jeff Wheeler
 
6%
Daymond Patterson
 
1%
Other
 
1%
Total 1454
Videos

Lead stories

12:00 a.m.
Kansas defensive end Maxwell Onyegbule greets the Jayhawk faithful following KU’s 34-7 victory over UTEP on Saturday in El Paso, Texas. Onyegbule is largely responsible for the defensive line’s increased effectiveness this season. FINAL: KU’s defense dominates in 34-7 trouncing of UTEP
5:18 p.m., September 12, 2009 Updated 12:49 a.m.
KU’s defense swarmed UTEP with six sacks in the Jayhawks’ first road non-conference victory since 2003.
6:00 a.m.
Kansas defenders Maxwell Onyegbule (90) and defensive end Jeff Wheeler celebrate a sack of UTEP quarterback Trevor Vittatoe. KU had six sacks against the Miners. D-line shows its fangs
September 13, 2009 in print edition on 1C
Bar stools across America are kept warm with former defensive backs crying into their drinks, convinced they were failures as football players, haunted by unflattering nicknames pinned on them for giving up touchdowns to flashy receivers.
10:00 a.m.
Lab technicians Maria Sakach and Kenan Pinkerton dilute samples prior to testing for lung cancer panels. Both are with Oncimmune, a laboratory in De Soto that tests blood that can help doctors in early detection of lung cancer. Taking the fight to lung cancer
September 13, 2009 in print edition on 1A
There are 25 people, including 16 scientists, working inside a building just north of Kansas Highway 10 in this town of 5,600 people.
2:00 p.m.
Bomb squads such as this one from Olathe are on patrol at Kansas University home football and men’s basketball games. Douglas County has no bomb squad, relying on six area units. Area bomb squads keep watch at KU games
September 13, 2009 in print edition on 1B
A unique group of emergency responders is at every home football and men’s basketball game at Kansas University.
6:00 p.m.
Ashlyn Bailey, 1, had a  friend on her shoulder as her mother, Diana Bailey, was at the Monarch Watch Fall Open House Saturday at Kansas University’s Foley Hall. Community learns about monarch butterflies, conservation
September 13, 2009 in print edition on 1B
Not only was Chip Taylor wearing a monarch butterfly T-shirt but also five butterflies — attached to his beard, hair and eyebrows — as he strolled through Kansas University’s Foley Hall on Saturday at the Monarch Watch Fall Open House.

All stories

One life-flighted after single vehicle motorcycle accident
September 13, 2009
One person was taken by air ambulance to a Kansas City area hospital after being involved in a motorcycle accident.
How Keegan voted
September 13, 2009
The following is Tom Keegan’s Sept. 13 ballot for the Associated Press college football poll.
KU football moves up in both polls
Jayhawks ranked 22nd in AP, 23rd in coaches poll
September 13, 2009
Following a 34-7 victory over UTEP on Saturday, the Kansas football team moved up in both national rankings.
Atchison County couple reported missing
Authorities issue Silver Alert; request assistance locating Mary Lou and Billie Black
September 13, 2009
The Atchison County Sheriff’s Office has issued a Silver Alert for assistance locating two people who were last seen Friday.
School short of cash? Just add lacrosse
September 13, 2009 in print edition on E8
Money killed Pacific University’s football program, and money is bringing it back.
Speech shows shift in Obama’s approach
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
A great speech is a combination of words and music, of content and color, of substance and emotion.
Naples cardinal: It’s OK to kiss saint relic
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A8
The cardinal of Naples says it is OK for the faithful to kiss a flask of St. Gennaro’s blood despite fears of swine flu.
Miners: KU unstoppable
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C4
UTEP coach Mike Price stood calmly in the postgame news conference, his message much like a famous rant from former Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green.
Rhodes tops Haskell, 47-16
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
Tarell Ramsey didn’t look bad for someone who had never played wide receiver in his life.
Freshman QB sparks No. 3 USC
Ohio State drops another game on big stage
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C6
Backed up to their own goal line, Matt Barkley and Joe McKnight drove into USC lore.
Free State runner Sloan wins in Omaha
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
Free State cross country runner Logan Sloan took first place at the Millard South Invitational on Friday.
Ravens coach set standard for Haley
Like Harbaugh, Kansas City’s rookie head coach hopes to use new QB to key turnaround
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C1
Todd Haley’s bid to follow the successful path taken by John Harbaugh begins with an identical first step.
DNA testing of Salina dog saves pet
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B2
Salina animal control officers knew the dog they saw looked like a pit bull.
Haskell chooses king, queen at homecoming
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B2
Jacob Kent and Casey Tanner were tapped as king and queen, respectively, of Saturday’s homecoming at Haskell Indian Nations University.
Area bomb squads keep watch at KU games
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B1
A unique group of emergency responders is at every home football and men’s basketball game at Kansas University.
Wrong solution
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
It’s hard to understand what the city is trying to accomplish by simply duplicating curbside recycling services already available through private firms.
Recycling policy
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
To the editor: I have used a private recycler for many years and have been very happy with their service.
Constitutional?
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
To the editor: In the discussion over whether a public health care option is good policy, the question of constitutionality is being overlooked.
Just pretend
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
To the editor: The health care debate … Wednesday night, I distinctly heard President Obama say that people who have medical insurance will see no change in their coverage, that Medicare will not see cuts, that he will not sign a plan that increases the deficit and that individuals and small businesses who can’t afford existing plans will have an opportunity to buy insurance from a premium-funded public option.
KU tennis wins six of eight singles matches
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
The Kansas women’s tennis team won six out of eight singles matches to complete the second day of the UNCW Collegiate Tennis Invitational on Saturday.
Game balls and Gassers
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C4
Game balls and Gassers from KU vs. UTEP
‘Pomegranates’: How life’s events affect a family
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D3
In “Traveling With Pomegranates: A Mother-Daughter Story” (Viking, $25.95), a daughter graduates from college and plunges into depression as she searches for her true calling.
Fair focuses on saving energy
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B1
Lee’s Summit musician Stan Slaughter — known as the Eco-Troubadour — entertained attendees with his original eco-friendly songs at Saturday’s Lawrence Energy Conservation Fair at the Lawrence Community Building, 115 W. 11th St.
Horoscope for September 13, 2009
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D5
This year, you express your caring by taking a proactive stance. Your support means a lot to others, but one person automatically assumes you want the same from him or her. You might need to establish boundaries more clearly this year. If you are single, you could meet someone through your friends, or a friendship might become more. If you are attached, establishing a common goal gives the relationship an extra sense of commitment and warmth. Cancer can be unusually fiery.
Campaign finance case shouldn’t have shocked
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B7
Last March, during the Supreme Court argument concerning the Federal Election Commission’s banning of a political movie, several justices were aghast.
Police: Well-dressed elderly man robs bank
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A5
Authorities say a well-dressed elderly man carrying an oxygen tank has robbed a bank in the San Diego suburb of La Jolla.
Man pleads guilty in ’74 murder of student
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A5
Breaking his silence in the case, a 58-year-old man has confessed to killing a fellow Brigham Young University student 35 years ago.
Hundreds search for escaped killer
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A5
Hundreds of law enforcement officers — some on horseback, with bloodhounds or in boats — are searching the rugged Tunica Hills in northern Louisiana for an escaped killer.
Teen said to threaten teacher with rape
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A5
Authorities say a New Jersey teenager threatened to rape and kill his teacher if she did not give his entire class an “A++” for the last school year.
China: Trade penalties will hurt relations with United States
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A5
President Barack Obama’s decision to impose trade penalties on Chinese tires has infuriated Beijing at a time when the U.S. badly needs Chinese help on climate change, nuclear standoffs with Iran and North Korea and the global economy.
Historic Ford plane returns to Ottawa
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B8
For Chuck LeMaster it was a homecoming.
25 years ago: Hurricane Diana makes landfall
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
Hurricane Diana blasted into the Carolinas with 110-mph winds and tides 10 feet above normal. The area was suffering “very great damage”, one official declared, adding he had no idea whatever about injuries and losses of life. At least one man had died from a heart attack.
40 years ago: Public meeting with law enforcement refused
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
Lawrence city officials refused to meet publicly with a committee of citizens seeking to air questions and concerns abut law enforcement. The ground rules did not seem satisfactory. Dale Kerr headed the citizens committee. Clark Morton was mayor.
100 years ago: Farmers to work on drainage ditch
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
From the Lawrence Daily World for Sept. 13, 1909: Farmers inn the Wakarusa Township will construct a drainage ditch 16 feet wide to handle local flooding. It will be much bigger and deeper than has been the case and is due to carry off most of the water from the annual flooding conditions. The farmers intend to do the work themselves rather than have outsiders do it… . The local health officer yesterday established quarantines for two cases of dipththeria here and there also is a case of scarlet fever that has required a quarantine… . The enrollment in city schools had reached 2,004 by this afternoon, with 451 at the high school. The figures are likely to rise due to late enrollments… . New street cars will “absolutely” be here for the opening of fair week that is just around the corner… . Clark and Thomas, Lawrence contractors, have been hired to build sidewalks to the new engineering and mining building the university. There will be 4,500 square feet of granitoid walk. There were many bids by out-of-town firms… . Due to bad weather, the local apple harvest is to be the poorest in years… . All local schools officially opened today with the work day shortened after morning familiarity gatherings.
Reports: U.S. to give Afghan detainees new rights
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A7
The Obama administration is preparing new rules that would give hundreds of prisoners being held by the U.S. military in Afghanistan the right to challenge their detentions, according to published reports.
Five U.S. troops among 50 killed in Afghan violence
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A7
About 50 civilians, security forces and militants were killed in a wave of violence around Afghanistan, including a bomb that left 14 Afghan travelers dead in one of the country’s most dangerous regions. Five American soldiers died in two attacks using roadside bombs.
Gay advocates say unwed couples will tell Census they’re married
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A6
When the U.S. Census Bureau counts same-sex married couples next year, demographers expect hundreds of thousands to report they are spouses — even though legal same-sex weddings in the United States number in the tens of thousands.
Europe’s latest war over history thoroughly modern
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B7
Most of the world goes to war about geography.
Clutter family memorial dedicated
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B8
Nearly 200 people came to the rural southwest Kansas town of Holcomb to pay tribute to the family of four whose 1959 killing was chronicled in Truman Capote’s novel “In Cold Blood.”
Texas bouncing back a year after Ike
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A6
Anne Willis, a lifelong resident of Bolivar Peninsula, moved back to her hometown of Crystal Beach nearly three months after Hurricane Ike.
Tens of thousands protest Obama initiatives at Capitol
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A6
Tens of thousands of conservative protesters, many complaining that the nation is racing toward socialism, massed outside the U.S. Capitol on Saturday, angrily denouncing President Barack Obama’s health care plan and other initiatives as threats to the Constitution.
Five bodies discovered near Acapulco
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A8
Police have found the bodies of five men dumped in a landfill near the Mexican resort city of Acapulco.
Officials: 7 die in Caucasus violence
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A8
Militant attacks and gunbattles across Russia’s violence-plagued North Caucasus left seven people dead Saturday, including the second suicide bomber to strike in less than 24 hours, law enforcement and emergency officials said.
Quake rattles Caracas
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A8
An earthquake shook Venezuela’s capital and nearby states Saturday, injuring 14 people and causing damage to a few buildings.
Miner imperfection
Jayhawks cruise, but bemoan late slip-up
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C1
One thing. On the Kansas University football team’s trip back home from Saturday’s 34-7 victory over Texas-El Paso, the defensive unit will have just one thing to dwell on — a late-game breakdown that resulted in a 75-yard UTEP touchdown that put a blemish on an otherwise impressive performance.
Thousands alter their lives in flooded West Africa
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A8
The only piece of furniture that survived the most recent flood in Fatou Dione’s house is her bed.
KU position changes abound
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C5
After a 2008 season in which the defensive secondary underwent a massive overhaul, playing what essentially amounted to a game of musical chairs, members of the Kansas University defensive backfield have grown accustomed to adapting quickly.
Cleveland pounds K.C.
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
Jhonny Peralta got better results on his hits, and so did the Cleveland Indians.
Pioneers stall Wildcats, 45-13
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
Personal fouls and illegal hits on quarterback Mack Brown doomed the Baker University Wildcats in their home opener Saturday.
LHS tennis victorious in Emporia
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
Even short-handed, Lawrence High’s tennis team was strong enough to win the Emporia Invitational.
KU volleyball team snags title
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
Three Kansas University volleyball players finished with double digit kills in the Jayhawks’ 3-0 victory over the University of Arkansas Saturday night at the Arkansas Tournament.
Israeli movie on ’82 Lebanon war wins prestigious Venice film award
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A9
“Lebanon,” an Israeli film that recounts Israel’s 1982 invasion of the Middle East country through the eyes of four soldiers in a tank, won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday.
Great Britain plagued with anti-Islam rallies
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A9
Violent clashes between anti-Islam demonstrators and Muslim counter-protesters in English cities are worrying the government, with one British minister comparing the disturbances to 1930s-era fascist incitement.
Free State volleyball struggles
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
The Free State High volleyball team went 0-4 on Saturday at the Mo-Kan Tournament at Lee’s Summit West.
Liberal Bricklayer restores 1973 dream car
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B4
Shortly after the May 5, 2007, F-5 tornado that destroyed 95 percent of Greensburg, National Guardsmen flew over the decimated city taking photos of the utter destruction.
State lawmakers trying to halt federal health care changes
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A2
Republicans in more than a dozen states opposed to President Barack Obama’s push for health care overhaul have mounted state-driven efforts to block federal intervention in health care, with some early success.
Obama warns that status quo no solution on health care
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A2
President Barack Obama assailed critics of his health care initiative Saturday, seeking to grab the megaphone from his opponents and boost momentum in his drive for congressional passage of his chief domestic priority.
Nobel Prize winner Norman Borlaug dies
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A2
Agricultural scientist Norman Borlaug, the father of the “green revolution” who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in combating world hunger and saving hundreds of millions of lives, died Saturday in Texas, a Texas A&M University spokeswoman said. He was 95.
Interim president says U.S. revoked visas
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A2
Washington has revoked the visas of Honduras’ interim president and 17 other top officials to pressure the Central American nation to reinstate ousted leader Manuel Zelaya, Honduras’ government said Saturday.
Leader says nuclear talks ‘possibility’
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A2
Iran is not ruling out talks about its nuclear program with world powers, but conditions for that have to be right, the country’s top diplomat said Saturday, in a statement that appeared to soften Tehran’s persistent refusal to discuss the controversial issue.
Items seized in missing student case
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A3
Potential evidence has been seized from the building where a Yale University graduate student was last seen before she vanished days ahead of her wedding, authorities said Saturday.
Dangerous staph germs found along West Coast beaches
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A4
Dangerous staph bacteria have been found in sand and water for the first time at five public beaches along the coast of Washington, and scientists think the state is not the only one with this problem.
Airlines trimming number of flights
Fall schedule lightest since after 2001 terrorist attacks
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A1
The U.S. airline industry is shrinking to a size not seen since the months after the 2001 terror attacks.
Suspects flee after attempted armed robbery
No injuries, items stolen during incident
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B2
Lawrence police responded to an armed robbery call off Emery Road Saturday evening.
Taking the fight to lung cancer
Researchers create test to help detect disease early in patients
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A1
There are 25 people, including 16 scientists, working inside a building just north of Kansas Highway 10 in this town of 5,600 people.
Jordan’s comments have sharp tone
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C2
Goodness. Who knew his tank was filled with this much highly flammable fuel?
Clijsters stuns Serena at U.S. Open
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C2
Serena Williams’ U.S. Open title defense ended in bizarre, ugly fashion Saturday night, when she was docked a point on match point after yelling and shaking her racket in the direction of an official who called a foot fault.
Opera House restorations stretch into ‘final phase’
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B2
A 22-year project to restore the McPherson Opera House and fix a mural inside is finally coming to an end.
D-line shows its fangs
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C1
Bar stools across America are kept warm with former defensive backs crying into their drinks, convinced they were failures as football players, haunted by unflattering nicknames pinned on them for giving up touchdowns to flashy receivers.
Herbicide safety monitoring scrutinized
Group says EPA needs better method of testing for atrazine in drinking water
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A1
Each spring, the chemical herbicide atrazine is spread on corn and sorghum fields throughout eastern Kansas.
Lawrence City Commission
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B4
Lawrence city commission agenda
Mark’s on the Move: City’s dart association members hone their skills during fall season
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B5
With just a dart board and some free time on Monday nights, you can get involved with one of the largest dart leagues in the state of Kansas.
LHS boys, Wedge finish first in Emporia Invite
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
The Lawrence High boys cross country team beat out Washburn Rural in a tiebreaker to win the team title on Saturday at the Emporia Invitational.
Wheel genius: Road work planned this week
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B3
Road work planned for this week:
Lafayette stuns K-State
Oklahoma St. trounced by Houston
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C10
Tyler Albrecht hit a 48-yard field goal with 32 seconds left to lift Louisiana-Lafayette a victory over Kansas State.
Public option, yes
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B7
To the editor: Obama’s speech Wednesday night ensured my viewpoint on the need for health care reform, its necessity and its potential, but he didn’t say much about a public option.
Community learns about monarch butterflies, conservation
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B1
Not only was Chip Taylor wearing a monarch butterfly T-shirt but also five butterflies — attached to his beard, hair and eyebrows — as he strolled through Kansas University’s Foley Hall on Saturday at the Monarch Watch Fall Open House.
POW/MIA ceremony set for Friday
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B5
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 852 and its auxiliary will be host to a POW/MIA ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday at its post at 138 Ala.
Course helps manage chronic conditions
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B5
Lawrence Memorial Hospital will be offering the course “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions.”
Baldwin City Interim police chief has long history with law enforcement
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B5
Greg Neis may be a newcomer to the Baldwin City Police Department, but he has a long Douglas County law enforcement pedigree.
KU runners finish first, second in Missouri
September 13, 2009 in print edition on C3
The Kansas men’s cross country team won its second straight race on Saturday, winning the Missouri Cross Country Challenge.
Paint the lines
September 13, 2009 in print edition on B6
To the editor: Yes! Your Sept. 10 editorial, “Drawing the lines,” was right on: Paint those tarred-over lane lines now.
Painter selected as Lawrence ArtWalk featured artist
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D1
Linda McKay, the featured artist for the 2009 Lawrence ArtWalk, will be honored during a reception from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Wink Eyewear, 806 Mass.
Reinventing retail
Recession forcing stores to think small
September 13, 2009 in print edition on E1
The Great Recession and Americans’ retreat into thriftiness are teaching retailers a new lesson: how to survive when consumers are focused on “needs” rather than “wants.”
Mortgages
September 13, 2009 in print edition on E1
The Douglas County register of deeds recorded 67 mortgages in the weekly period ended Monday.
Bankruptcies
September 13, 2009 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:
Pedestrian warning sought for vehicles
September 13, 2009 in print edition on E1
Toyota Motor Corp. and Fujitsu Ten Ltd., a major manufacturer of automobile accessories, will jointly develop an automatic warning system for hybrid and electric vehicles to warn pedestrians of their approach, sources have said.
College football teams tackling swine flu
September 13, 2009 in print edition on E8
Helmets and shoulder pads — and hand sanitizer.
Nigeria’s big spenders make flamboyant splash
September 13, 2009 in print edition on A10
The waiter at Caliente bar sticks a sparkler into yet another bottle of champagne and hits a siren mounted behind the bar to draw everyone’s attention to the sleek Nigerian businessmen who ordered it.
Mighty mouse disrupts household
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D1
A distraught woman isn’t much fun to live with. That’s why men often say dumb things in lame attempts to make us feel better. Some examples: “Don’t worry; it will grow back.” “Of course I was listening.” “No bigger than in any other jeans you wear.”
Parody site pays homage to Twitter
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D2
Sometimes, 140 characters isn’t nearly enough.
Even experts can be fooled by fake collectibles
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D8
Ever been fooled by a fake or fantasy collectible? It can happen to anyone, even experts. Two Ohr pottery vases recently were withdrawn from a sale at Sotheby’s, the prominent New York auction gallery. The assumption of most observers is that the vases were spotted as fakes before the sale began. Experts say that George Ohr (1857-1918), a potter from Biloxi, Miss., claimed he never made two pieces that were identical. The vases in the sale were the same except for their glazes.
Poet’s Showcase: ‘Poetic Doggerel’
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D3
Doggerel grease on modern poetry
Live from New York it’s MTV’s Video Music Awards
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D6
After two years in Las Vegas, the MTV Video Music Awards are back home tonight in Manhattan at Radio City Music Hall, where they debuted 25 years ago.
Journey to Jordan: Lawrence artist pushing limits teaching in the Middle East
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D1
Henri Doner-Hedrick admits she was a little apprehensive going into the situation. It was a new job, half a world away, in a culture she’d never experienced. Some of her concerns were proven true.
Arts notes: Professors to present evening of Chinese music
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D4
Two music professors at Tianjin Conservatory of Music in China will perform Monday at the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt. Although the library will be closed Monday for the funeral of staffer Joyce Steiner, the program will continue as planned.
Bright Spots: Babcock Place gardens provide uplifting space for residents
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D8
Sometimes the real beauty of a garden is in the gardeners, and the gardeners at Babcock Place are an admirable example.
Behind the Lens: Photography can create optical illusions
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D2
I had a phone message at work Tuesday from an observant reader who believed the Journal-World’s Image of the Day on Sept. 8, page 3A, titled “Airborne obstacle course,” was doctored. I quickly grabbed an issue to checked it out. The Associated Press photograph showed a paraglider floating by two wind turbines in Germany. It appears that the blade of the turbine in the photo’s background is overlapping the blades of the one in the foreground.
People in the news
September 13, 2009 in print edition on D5
People in the news for September 13, 2009.