Lawrence Journal World in Lawrence, Kansas 8 Nov 2008
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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Lawrence, Kansas
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allergy the american Kennel club says theres a Good selection of Low allergy for Are considered a Good so Are several and portugese water Obama said the family would prefer to adopt a Puppy from an animal res Cue but a lot of Shel Ter dogs Are mutts like said in an apparent self deprecating reference to his mixed race its fascinating How Cool they Are Nicole photo Tony takes a closer look at a Honey Frame that is still swarming with tonys crowns Anthonys Beehive in Rural Douglas who was bom with a developmental got the idea to raise bees when he was in third longtime dream becomes thriving business by Jesse Newell online learn More about Anthonys business in a multimedia presentation at Terri Schwagerl lived with fears about her sons because of birth her was born with a develop mental disability he had global developmental delay with As a i know that i Wor ried a lot when he was Terri Schwager what is he going to do what kind of Job is he going to knowing the limitations that Are facing him those fears later resolved them now is the co owner of Anthonys a thriving business based in Rural Douglas it All started with an idea from Anthony when he was in third Anthony watched a video about bees in one of his he came Home that night begging his parents Terri and Tony Schwager to consider getting some bees and hives of their at first when i came Home and please see Page 4a Shanna has been convicted of second degree murder in the death of Jerry woman guilty of murder by Jesse fray Deshazer online sue the news video report and past coverage of the trial at a Douglas county jury Friday found Shanna Friday guilty of second degree murder in the beating death of 62yearold Jerry Deshazer bled to death from a head wound he suffered late on 1 at his Southeastern Lawrence Mobile Deputy Coroner Donald Pojman said Deshazer died from a massive loss of blood from Blun Force trauma to his head that peeled Back his the jury deliberated for 4 hours before return ing its verdict Friday after of faces a sentence of Between nine and 41 years in sentencing is scheduled for 11 in front of District judge Robert during the we Klong co defendant Jerod testified that he saw Friday strik ing Deshazer with a Glass bottle in the face and head during a Drunken fridays longtime pleaded guilty 4 to voluntary manslaughter and received a five year prison fridays defense Hatem said prosecutors didst have Dan evidence to link her to the bottle believed to have caused Deshazer major the jury really looked at the events leading up to and after the specific Chahine said in an interview after fridays ver that what they were going off she participated in the beat said Douglas county District attorney Charles who prosecuted the whether she dealt a lethal blow or the beatings what resulted in his crime and safety reporter Jesse fray can be reached at just Days after Moran begins raising Money for us Senate run Washington a with the 2008 election season Jerry Moran wasted Little time taking the next step in his Likely bid for higher the Western Kansas Republican filed paperwork Friday that allows him to accept contributions for a Senate of has been telling constituents for months that he plans to seek the seat being vacated in 2010 by Republican Sam Brown his statement of candidacy filed with the Federal election commission and the Secretary of the Senate formal izes that Jerry was on the ballot for the House for the last Moran spokesman Travis Murphy said Fri hes made his intentions known for some time that this was his Murphy said the filings Are part of the process of making morans Moran intentions Clear and allowing him to follow the Moran already has amassed about million in his House Campaign coffers that could be transferred to a Senate Moran was reelected to a seventh House term on tuesday with 82 percent of the the highest percentage of any Republican in the nation running for but he has been working in recent months to increase his name recognition in Eastern Moran May not be the Only prominent Republican laying the groundwork for a Senate Todd of the Wichita has not ruled out such a Campaign and has been travelling the state recently to raise his profile out Side his sout Central Kansas Dis an open Senate seat will draw a lot of and my feeling is Kansas will not have two senators from the same congressional Dis Tiahrt said a reference to Republican Pat who also represented Western Kansas before ascending to the i can guarantee there will be others who will get into this but Tiahrt also said it was too Early to talk about the next election like other talk of another political Campaign makes me groan right Tiahrt Kansas Kathleen Sebelius is a possible democratic but she is widely expected to take a position in Barack Obama administration should an offer be extend High 45 Low 27 today Page 8b inside arts entertainment 1d8d events listings business 1d puzzles so Faith classified 1e6e Horoscope comics 6d movies 7a deaths 2b opinion 6b 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