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Webb stresses school and family
December 29, 1999
Arriving in Tonganoxie after six years at Sumner Academy, Mike Webb knew that the expectations would be high. Sumner traditionally has strong basketball teams. Tonganoxie hasn’t had a .500 season in seven years.
Courier and Ives comes to life at party held at schoolhouse
December 29, 1999
Birth
December 29, 1999
From the sidelines
December 29, 1999
Postal Service helping breast cancer research
December 29, 1999
Anniversary
December 29, 1999
Students attend conference in D.C.
Four juniors spend week at National Young Leaders Conference in Washington
December 29, 1999
Letters to the Editor
December 29, 1999
Building on the knowledge of others
December 29, 1999
Preparing for future a necessary task
December 29, 1999
For southern Leavenworth County, the new year likely will bring additional growth and change, which can be both exhilarating and frightening.
The Record
December 29, 1999
News Briefing
December 29, 1999
Commissioners taking steps to correct erroneous map
December 29, 1999
Tonganoxie hires first full-time city planner
December 29, 1999
As of Feb. 1, Linda Zacher will be a full-time planner for the city of Tonganoxie.
Deaths/Funerals
December 29, 1999
William P. Mann 1927-1999
County to consider zoning requests
December 29, 1999
City Council OKs water-rate hike
December 29, 1999
Y2K preparations nearly wrapped up
December 29, 1999
Police probe break-in at Tonganoxie school
December 29, 1999
As part of their investigation into a break-in Tuesday morning at Tonganoxie junior high school, police turned to an explosive-detecting dog from Fort Leavenworth.
Officials say more growth on its way
Southern part of county preparing
December 29, 1999
As area officials paused this week to reflect on the past and project into the future, a common theme ran through their comments.
Couple buy Palace Bowl; offices, gym in the works
December 29, 1999
Animals get a second chance
December 29, 1999
Cradling an injured wood duck in her arms, Diane Johnson heads to what might be called the aquatic treatment room at Operation Wildlife near Linwood.
Lee juggles multiple responsibilities
December 29, 1999