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Monday Rewind: Baylor

These usually hit the web site a little sooner than 3 p.m. but I have to be honest. There’s just not a lot to say about last week’s drubbing at the hands of Baylor. Sure, I could point out all of the negatives that came out of ... Continue reading

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Homemade tortillas and queso fundido = wild times with Lindsey and Megan.

My friend Lindsey and I love nothing more than cooking up a plan that includes cooking. You know, like that time we decided to teach ourselves to can things and like this weekend, when we decided to cook a giant feast for our husbands while we forced ... Continue reading

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good to read

Youngsters have a [car reviews][1] craze to search for car reviews. This is their favourite time pass. Also they are very keen to know about the [prices in India][2] of various gadgets. This keep them away from their main search of various [bank jobs][3] & [government jobs][4]. ... Continue reading

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Scion Garage Fest

Going to Scion Garage Fest in Lawrence this year was like watching an incredible mix tape come to life right before my very eyes. Dozens of bands from around the world took the stage at various venues around town for about 8 hour straight. The Clean, The ... Continue reading

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Biking with my bestie

I’m not a misanthrope. Honest. I don’t hate people. Not all of ’em, anyway. Heck, not even most. You? You’re golden. OK, maybe I’m a bit antisocial. Just the other day, my wife was with a work friend and said, “Andrew’s not much of a people person.” ... Continue reading

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While Haskell Indian Nations University’s President, Dr. Linda Sue Warner remains on a detail, 91% of Haskell students aren’t graduating.

Last week, Haskell Indian Nations University, in Lawrence, Kansas, announced yet another acting president, Clyde Peacock, who will serve until October 18, 2010. Who will be next is anyone’s guess. Lack of leadership is one reason The Higher Learning Commission sited in its findings against Haskell sister’s ... Continue reading

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Start Saving Money with NO Coupons??

*This is a piece I wrote for the print version of Shop Talk several weeks ago. For those of you who didn't see it I thought you might benefit from the advice!* I had an email last week from a friend who lives out of state. She ... Continue reading

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Target your slow cooker for easy meals

I don’t know why, but I associate my crockpot with cooler weather. I know this is silly, because it really is a convenient way to cook — yearround. So, as the temps drop, I’m bringing the crockpot out of hibernation. If you still don’t have one of ... Continue reading

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Just please don’t call it ‘tweal estate’

Our cats tweet. Our plants tweet. And, with today's economy being what it is, our houses apparently tweet, too - at least when they're looking for new owners. Having just played the real estate game myself, I've spent a (perhaps unhealthy) quantity of time recently looking at ... Continue reading

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Recycling Reasons

I recycle newspapers, aluminum cans, glass, plastic bottles, tin cans, and chipboard. We collect these things in random boxes in our garage. They have their own places and are easy to get to. I recycle to decrease the amount of wastes in landfills, to save the Earth ... Continue reading

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Recycling Reasons

I recycle newspapers, aluminum cans, glass, plastic bottles, tin cans, and chipboard. We collect these things in random boxes in our garage. They have their own places and are easy to get to. I recycle to decrease the amount of wastes in landfills, to save the Earth ... Continue reading

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Prof gives Brownback low grade; Abortion opponents target retention of justices; Holland heads out west

Political science professor assesses the goals outlined by Republican gubernatorial nominee Sam Brownback. D-plus. http://stateofthestateks.com/2010/10/01/editorial-insight-kansas-grading-brownback%E2%80%99s-outcomes/ Abortion opponents are trying to re-make the Kansas Supreme Court by getting involved in the retention elections. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-ap-ks-judicialelections,0,2475709.story Democratic candidate for governor Tom Holland campaigns in Garden City. http://www.gctelegram.com/news/tom-holland-9-30-10 Continue reading

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Haskell Indian Nations University’s Leadership limbo

We thought this was such a great article that we posted it to our site. We at haskellnews commentary agree with it 100%. This was written by : J-W editorials, September 30, 2010 **The best thing federal officials can do for Haskell Indian Nations University is resolve ... Continue reading

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Get a room! (Oh, and nice bike)

I encountered a bizarre scene the other morning, and I’m at a loss to understand it. Hang with me, because I think the payoff’s worth it. The other morning, right around 1:30, I was walking back from the presses, and, just before I headed back upstairs to ... Continue reading

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Silent C

Silent C isn't as silent as it used to be. Lately, it seems to be screaming at me! It's been coming out far too frequently for me, appearing almost daily. It's everywhere I turn. Silent C accompanies me wherever I go. It used to travel alone, but ... Continue reading

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Congressional Time Limits

The Upper and Lower chambers of Congress are elected and meet by authority of the United States Constitution. The election of Representatives and Senators, the qualifications, and basic responsibilities are laid out in Article 1 of the Constitution. Although the Constitution lays out the terms of the ... Continue reading

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Breakdown: KU uses deception in successful sprint draw plays

Welcome back to "Breakdown," where we'll look at a KU play each week and try to go a little more in-depth into why it did or didn't work. For this blog, I have consulted a Div. II offensive assistant coach, someone we'll just call "Coach." Here is ... Continue reading

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Swampyville’s You’re the Poet; “I Am Going Home”

You're the Poet! Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use you're own words. Gone, home, home, home, home, home, long, roam, song, zone. I Am Going Home! By L. Don Oliver Now I lay me down to sleep, The day has been so ... Continue reading

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Is Haskell Indian Nations University’s New Windfall Just The Old TRIO Grant? No, It’s Not.

A comment started us thinking: Is Haskell Indian Nations University’s new windfall, just the old TRIO grant? The same one it has received for many years? We looked around to see if an announcement had been put out by President Obama’s Team, about Indian schools receiving new ... Continue reading

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Vehicular manslaughter laws leave both sides with suspended lives

She was 21, the mother of two toddlers, intoxicated to twice the legal limit and out having a fun time on a Friday night. He was a loving husband, the father of three, grandfather of one. He was headed home from a late evening out. She was ... Continue reading

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