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Business

Let the holiday shopping begin: When stores’ specials start

More stores are opening on Thanksgiving Day and stretching specials over a weekend rather than a few hours. For those who consider shopping in crowds as part of their Thanksgiving tradition, there’s plenty of bargains to be had, including a $199.99 50-inch Panasonic TV at Best Buy, $2.99 bath towels at J.C. Penney, $5 Fraser wreaths at Home Depot and $33 airfare from Wichita to Phoenix on Allegiant. Restrictions apply.

Editorials

City has many blessings

Each year puts what President Washington proclaimed the “day of public thanksgiving and prayer” at greater risk from the early onset of Christmas. But this deliciously American holiday still manages to stir up the gratitude as well as the cranberry sauce.

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University of Kansas

Kansas beats Rhode Island 76-60

Junior forward Perry Ellis helped the Jayhawks stake a 21-point lead during a dominating first half, then sat in foul trouble for most of the second while the Jayhawks fought off Rhode Island’s best efforts to make it a game. The Jayhawks prevailed 76-60 and on Friday will face the Tennessee Volunteers, who beat Santa Clara 64-57 in the tournament’s first game Thursday.

Education

North High sets out to prove physics is not just for nerds

Next year, with the blessing of principal Sherman Padgett, North High aims to have at least 80 percent of juniors enrolled in regular, honors or Advanced Placement physics, more than doubling the number of students who will have at least some exposure to the principles of motion, energy, heat, light, electricity and sound.

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