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Julie Sachs

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TECHNOLOGY TAKES TAX TOLL CELLULAR PHONES AID GOVERNMENTSCHOOLS
January 25, 1999
The city of Lawrence spent $88,000 last year for the 157 cellular phones and the 261 pagers provided for their employees.
S ADJUTANT GENERAL TAPPED FOR NATIONAL POLICY COMMITTEE
January 23, 1999
The top soldier in the Kansas National Guard is on his way to a post in Washington.
ONCE THEY WERE LOOKED THROUGH. NOW A COLLECTION OF KEYHOLES IS LOOKED AT.
January 17, 1999
They once led someplace. But now they hang on Phyllis Huff’s wall. A doorway to nothing. Altogether there are about 50 of them: keyholes, or door plates. They come in different shapes and sizes, some have stories but most do not.
COLLECTORS FIND VALUE IN OLD LICENSE PLATES, MAPS SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL-WORLD
January 14, 1999
Old maps and license plates will be the topic of a “Know Your Antiques” session Wednesday at Watkins Community Museum of History.
COLD WARMING UP BUSINESS FOR PLUMBERS
January 5, 1999
With temperatures in the single digits Monday, many area plumbers and auto shops were busy repairing damage that could have been avoided through preventive steps. Many plumbers advised that when temperatures are well below the freezing mark, residents should keep their faucets dripping overnight.
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January 5, 1999
With temperatures dropping down to single digits, many area plumbers and auto shops were busy repairing damage that early precautions could have prevented. Many plumbers advise that while the weather remains well below the freezing mark, residents should keep their faucet dripping overnight.
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January 5, 1999
With temperatures dropping down to single digits yesterday, many area plumbers and auto shops were busy repairing damage that early precautions could have prevented. Many plumbers advised that while the weather remained well below the freezing mark, residents should keep their faucet dripping overnight.
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January 4, 1999
A year has passed. One year since that last New Year’s resolution. But it’s that time again when individuals across the country will declare that this year they will change one aspect of their life. So what is your New Year’s resolution?
S RESOLUTIONS EMBODY HOPES FOR THE FUTURE
January 3, 1999
The new year is the perfect time to try to make a fresh start.
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December 31, 1998
Many area facilites will be shutting down in observation for the new year. Representatives from Commerce Bank said that all branches would be closing tomorrow, but they would keep normal hours Jan. 2. Capitol Federal Savings and Mercantile Bank also said that they would be closed for the New Year. Capitol Federal said that normal hours would apply on Saturday.

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