The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on June 7, 2006 · Page 10
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 10

Hays, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 7, 2006
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A10 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS WEXTHEH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,2006 Expanded Forecast TWNOT Mostly clear: South wfnds 10to20 mph. Sunny: South winds 15 to 25 mph. Gusts to 35 mph. High Low 98 6* National forecast Forecast highs for Thursday, June 8 Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Mostly sunny. South Mostly sunny, then winds 15 to 20 mph partly cloudy with with gusts to around Isolated thunder- 30 mph. storms at night. High: upper 90s High: upper 90s Low: mid-60s Low: mid-60s Forecast for Thursday, June 8 Partly cloudy during the day and night. High: mid-90s Low: mid-60s Partly cloudy with a 20-percent chance of thunderstorms. High: lower 90s Low: lower 60s City/Region Low | High temps NEB... Colby 64° I 101° MO. Kansas City 65°I 89° • Salina • 64° | 92° Liberal 64° I 98° Wichita • 63° | 92° Plttsburg 63° I 89° OKLA; High and low temperatures and tation for the last 24 hours: HI Lo... Chanute Coffeyville... Concordia ... Dodge City . Elkhart Emporia Garden City Goodland.... Hays Hill City Hutchinson . precipi- Fronts Cold Warm Stationary Pressure Low High LOCAL STATISTICS . 83 60 . 81 64..., . 94 58 . 94 64 . 95 65 . 90 62 . 95 64 . 90 61 . 93 57 . 92 56 . 92 57 Lawrence 90 57 Liberal 93 64 Manhattan 92 52 Medicine Lodge .. 95 66 Olathe 89 64 Parsons 83 63 Russell 94 60 Salina 94 61 Topeka 91 58 Wichita ..; 90 67 Winfield 88 63 MOON PHASES ,..Prc -,..0.01 ,..0.04 ,..0.00 ,..0.00 ,..0.00 ,..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.00 ..0.01 Partly Cloudy Showers Flurries Rain • *»' Snow Ice JUNE 7,2006 From Kansas State University Agricultural Research Center, Hays: Overnight low 57 Tuesday high 93 Record high 106 in 1911 Record low 40 in 1915 Year ago today 95 and 67 Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 8 a.m. today none Precipitation this year 4.47 inches Average to date 9.02 inches Sunset tonight 9:00 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6:11 a.m. Sunset tomorrow 9:01 p.m. From measurements taken at The Hays Dally News, 507 Main: Temperature at 11 a.m. today 93 Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 11 a.m. today none Maximum wind speed recorded at 10:08 a.m. today 13 mph 6/11 6/18 6/25 Meredith Vieira gets ready to exit 'The View/ move forward to NBC's 'Today' show NEW YORK (AP) — When Meredith Vieira felt a moment of apprehension recently about her move to "Today," her 17-year-old son reminded her about how she had always preached about being open to change. Ben has an ulterior motive — he wants to work at an Olympics for NBC — but Vieira took the reminder to heart. "It might end up being a mistake, but you can't run and hide," she told The Associated Press. "You have to take some chances." First things first: Vieira is being feted this week by her colleagues on "The View," where her last day is Friday After nine years as the gabfest's traffic cop, she'll be replaced by Rosie O'Donnell in September. That same month, Vieira takes the chair beside Matt Lauer on "Today" She's struggling to hold it together emotionally Tuesday's show, presented with pictorial evidence of how her three children have grown during her time on the show, was tough. A journalist when she accepted Barbara Walters' offer to join the newly created daytime show a decade ago, Vieira said she was terrified at the idea of unleashing her personality and opinions. It turned out to be fun and confidence-building, she said. "We took this from nowhere to somewhere, and that's a great ride to have been part of," she said. Vieira is still trying to work out a schedule where she can continue as host of the syndicated game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," she said. Her experience there, filling the chair in which Regis Philbin became a folk hero, is something she mentions when friends fearfully bring up the idea of replacing Katie Couric. Sensational Summer Specials! 5-Month CD 5.05 2720 Broadway Hays % APF 14-Month CD 5.14* APF 785-628-1007 •Annual Percentage Yield. Minimum deposit or $500. CD Special open to all Members & Residents of Kansas. Non-Residents, call to see If you qualify. Rates subject to change. Federally Insured by the NCUA. Looking for... Individual health insurance plans? Employer group health Insurance plane? Talk to ue todayl ® COVENTRY Health Care of Kansas, Inc. .'• -Hr LA CROSSE LIVESTOCK MARKET, INC. LA CROSSE, KANSAS Receipts from June 2nd (651 hd) Steers Heifers 300-400* $128.50-153.00 $100.00-138.00 400-500* $123.00-144.00 $111.00-133.00 500-600* $113.50-131.25 $106.00-113.00 600-700* $105.50-124.25 $91.00-107.25 700-800* $108.25-111.60 LtTest Weigh-up Cows: $40.00-54.75 Weigh-up Bulls: $55.50-81.25 Upcoming Sales: June 9th Last Sale Before Harvest Break June 16th NO SALE June 23rd NO SALE To watch your cattle sell go to: for a link! FRANK SEIDEL 785-222-2586 or 785-650-4919 Thank you for your business! ^, M TO v« W it's like BOS MOTORS! ATV's, SNQWMOBILEi:W/l In-stock Put AS* THINGS ARE HOPPIN' IN WILD WEST KANSAS! Dodge City • Garden City • Hays • Hutchinson • Liberal • Salina June 8-11 30th Smoky Hill River Festival - Salina June 30-July 4 Wild West Festival - Hays \ July 1 The Great Race - Garden City July 3-9 U.S. Senior Open - Hutchinson,. 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