Archive for Wednesday, December 1, 1999

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Pets provide companionship
December 1, 1999
From the Sidelines
December 1, 1999
Scenes from the countryside
December 1, 1999
Deaths/Funerals
December 1, 1999
Newsbriefing
December 1, 1999
13-year-old undergoing rabies shots
December 1, 1999
Sonic hiring workers for local restaurant
December 1, 1999
Brother-in-law ordered to stand trial for murder in Oskaloosa
December 1, 1999
Senior Citizens plan for party
December 1, 1999
New Allstate Insurance office now open in Bonner Springs
December 1, 1999
Allstate Insurance Co. has opened a new office. Owned and operated by Rebecca Zirkle, the office is at 133 Oak St. in Bonner Springs.
Highway patrol urges drivers to ‘tie one on’
December 1, 1999
As part of the Project Red Ribbon “Tie One On For Safety” campaign, Kansas Highway Patrol cars are displaying red ribbons to demonstrate the patrol’s zero tolerance for impaired driving during this year’s holiday season. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) started this annual campaign in 1986 to heighten public awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Area students awarded scholarships
December 1, 1999
Clinic moving at Fort Leavenworth
December 1, 1999
Parents run 4-H meeting
December 1, 1999
County represented at Farm Bureau meeting
December 1, 1999
LAD looking for highway solutions
December 1, 1999
Christmas toys destroyed by fire
December 1, 1999
Firearms deer season opens today in Kansas
December 1, 1999
Seventh-grade team beats Patton, Perry
Warriors’ record stands at 4-4 after victories
December 1, 1999
Eighth-grade wins two, beats Patton and Perry
December 1, 1999
Basketball teams to open on the road
December 1, 1999
The Tonganoxie boys and girls basketball teams will begin their seasons against Baldwin Monday at different tournaments. The teams have been practicing since Nov. 15. They will have a public red vs. white scrimmage Thursday at Tonganoxie High School.
World AIDS Day focuses on prevention of infection
December 1, 1999
Newsmakers
December 1, 1999
Home for the holidays’ can be distressing times
December 1, 1999
Make room for Michael
December 1, 1999
On Oct. 6, 1993, Michael Jordan retired for the first time. And on Oct. 6, 1993, Jordan gained an adamant 12-year-old admirer in Tonganoxie.
Births
December 1, 1999
Troy and Bridget Letourneau, Tonganoxie, announce the birth of a son, Lee Seymour, on Nov. 23, 1999, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Lawrence.
Reno Bobwhite 4-H Club members earn awards
December 1, 1999
Book relates nuts and bolts of history
December 1, 1999
Letters
December 1, 1999
Language shifts could spell trouble
December 1, 1999
Adults should pledge to fight smoking war
Adults in Kansas should do everything within their power to prevent smoking among the state’s youth
December 1, 1999
A new study released by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment on smoking among youngsters in Kansas includes some disturbing information.
The Record
December 1, 1999
Mailbox vandals strike
December 1, 1999
Tonganoxie man injured in accident
December 1, 1999
Mayor to light Christmas tree in VFW Park
December 1, 1999
It’s that time of year again. The Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is set for 7 p.m. Thursday at VFW Park. And everyone’s invited. The Tonganoxie Chamber of Commerce and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9271 are sponsoring the ceremony.
Lawrence arts association sponsors annual holiday fair
December 1, 1999
Superintendent in Lansing resigns
December 1, 1999
KU student shadowing local physician
December 1, 1999
For 44 years, Dr. Philip Stevens has taught his patients in Tonganoxie the benefits of good health. Now, he’s doing another sort of teaching. And so far, he’s loving it.
Workshops set on design rules for downtown
December 1, 1999
A $120,000 revolving loan fund has been established to help downtown property owners finance upgrades to the exteriors of their buildings.