Archive for Wednesday, November 3, 1999

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Cotton - Hall engagement
November 3, 1999
News Briefing
November 3, 1999
St. John hoedown benefit Nov. 5, Crafts sale is Nov. 6, CROP walk a success, Harty graduates ROTC, Project Grad shootout, & Fair association plans annual meeting
House of steps
November 3, 1999
As the gentle Kansas wind brushes through the tops of the trees that rise above her house of steps, Amy Blackmarr sits at the computer, writing words for all to read. Although relatively unknown in this part of the state, Blackmarr is becoming a well-read author to readers across the country.
Planners reject concrete plant’s zoning request
November 3, 1999
The city planning commission voted unanimously last week to deny Meier Ready Mix’s request for a zoning change at 628 Laming Road, acknowledging the importance of an “invisible line” between Tonganoxie’s city limits and the surrounding countryside.
Community Review
November 3, 1999
10 years ago: November 8, 1989 - Family and friends celebrated Roye and Evelyn Hill’s 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 21, 1989 at the Wyandotte County Fairgrounds. Retired Col. George Cooper, veteran of World War II, will speak at the K.U.- R.O.T.C. Military Ball Saturday evening, at the dinner-dance to be held at the Holidome in Lawrence.
Births
November 3, 1999
Nicole Gene Coats, Shelby Danielle Folsom, Reagan Leigh Fowler, and Reagan Leigh Fowler
A community without blinders
Shouts and murmurs
November 3, 1999
If wishes were horses
Publisher’s memo
November 3, 1999
What should we do with heavy industry?
Heavy industry is a logical and inevitable part of municipal growth. Tonganoxie needs to decide how to deal with it
November 3, 1999
Last week the Tonganoxie Planning Commission reviewed a request from Meier Ready Mix for a special use permit and zoning change to allow construction of a concrete plant at 628 Laming Road.
Soccer team ends season
November 3, 1999
Two games. Two nights. One an overtime thriller. The other a 6-0 blowout.
Football team loses final district game at Eudora
November 3, 1999
The Tonganoxie football season ended the way it began too little offense, too many big plays for the opposition.
Boys don’t place at Wamego
November 3, 1999
The Tonganoxie boys cross country team advanced from the weakest cross country regional in the state.
Laura Korb fifth at state
November 3, 1999
More than 100 runners, 84 girls competing as part of the 12 teams qualified for state and a huge crowd it would make most people nervous.
It’s crash, rumble and roar on Fourth Street
November 3, 1999
As soon as the sidewalks are completely torn out on the south side of Fourth Street between Bury and Delaware streets this week, new curbs will be formed and poured, and the electrical contractor will begin installing new electrical lines for light poles, according to City Administrator Chris Eppley.