Archive for Sunday, September 5, 2010

Also from September 5

Births
Blog entries
Couples
Obituaries
On the street
Photo galleries
Family of seven living in Lawrence motel The day in photos, September 5, 2010 KU volleyball vs. Chatanooga
Polls
Following KU's loss to NDSU, how many games do you think the Jayhawks will win this year?

Poll results

Response Percent
0
 
27%
2
 
23%
1
 
18%
3
 
13%
4
 
8%
5
 
3%
6
 
2%
8 or more
 
2%
7
 
0%
Total 1881
Videos

Lead stories

12:00 a.m.
The North Dakota State defense scrambles to recover a fumble by Kansas tight end Tim Biere late in the fourth quarter, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010 at Kivisto Field. The fumble was Biere's second of the game. North Dakota State stuns Jayhawks, 6-3
9:29 p.m., September 4, 2010 Updated 11:39 p.m. in print edition on 1C
In March, University of Northern Iowa shocked Kansas University’s basketball team with an upset in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Saturday at Memorial Stadium, a similarly scrappy North Dakota State University football team handed KU another crippling loss. Hard to believe that a three-pointer — a 32-yard field goal from NDSU kicker Ryan Jastram with 8:04 to play in the third quarter — from a Missouri Valley upstart did the Jayhawks in again.
6:00 a.m.
Kansas quarterback Jordan Webb takes off on a run against the North Dakota State defense during the fourth quarter, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010 at Kivisto Field. The Jayhawks came up short in their season opener, dropping the contest 6-3. KU still can win four, but only if …
September 5, 2010 in print edition on 1C
Call me an eternal optimist, you always do, but I’ll say it anyway: Despite an embarrassing, historically bad loss in Saturday evening’s season-opener to a Division I-AA football school, I still believe Kansas University can get to four victories this season.
2:00 p.m.
Lawrence High School Girls Volleyball Coach Stephanie Magnuson teaches a math class. The director for health at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment says that high schoolers should start school later to help prevent sleep deprivation. Let high-schoolers sleep in, state health officer says
September 5, 2010 in print edition on 1A
The state’s top health officer says high schoolers need to get more sleep — and if that means starting classes later statewide, so be it.
6:00 p.m.
Anna Mary Landauer leans against the mailbox at the Doege family farmstead. Her grandfather made the box when mail was delivered by carriers in horse buggies. Stakes in the ground behind the 92-year-old woman from Basehor foreshadow the removal of the barn on the left and modification of the larger barn to the right.                               County, KDOT plans jeopardize family’s two historic barns
September 5, 2010 in print edition on 1B
For the greater part of a century, the Doege family’s two barns have framed Tonganoxie Road as it crosses Stranger Creek north of Tonganoxie.

All stories

Around and about in local business
September 5, 2010 in print edition on E1
Local business news for September 5, 2010.
E-smokes gaining steam
But calls for a ban are on the rise
September 5, 2010 in print edition on E1
Galen Kipe hasn’t smoked a cigarette in more than three months.
Poet’s showcase: ‘Gulf Requiem’
September 5, 2010 in print edition on D3
A poem by Beverly Boyd.
City commission agenda for September 7, 2010
City to review employee health plans
September 5, 2010 in print edition on B5
The city commission agenda for the September 7, 2010 meeting.
KU volleyball sweeps at Classic
Red-shirt freshman Jarmoc MVP as Jayhawks beat Chattanooga, improve to 7-0
September 5, 2010 in print edition on C1
Red-shirt freshman Caroline Jarmoc led Kansas University’s volleyball team to a sweep of Chattanooga and earned MVP honors Saturday at the Jayhawk Classic.
JetBlue: Flight attendant’s big exit was for good
September 5, 2010 in print edition on A4
Sometimes there’s no going back.
Building the future
A reduction in foster care numbers should mean a brighter future for thousands of U.S. children.
September 5, 2010 in print edition on B6
The recent announcement that the number of U.S. children in foster care had dropped by 8 percent in the last year and 20 percent in the last decade certainly is welcome news.