Archive for Wednesday, November 10, 1999

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Shouts and Murmurs
Now is the right time to take stock
November 10, 1999
Kansas Speedway construction races along
November 10, 1999
At the Kansas Speedway, construction is booming, and so is business. Last Thursday, Speedway officials announced the first five marketing partners.
A community review
November 10, 1999
10 Years ago: November 15, 1989 - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sutton of Tonganoxie celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary, Friday, Nov. 10, at a family dinner, given in their honor by their children and grandchildren at the Leavenworth Country Club in Leavenworth… .
News Briefing
November 10, 1999
The Tonganoxie High School band and and vocal performers will be selling pecan halves from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Nov. 13, at both locations of… .
Here she comes . . .
November 10, 1999
Blond, blue-eyed and almost four and one-half feet tall, young Paula Prosser has more than a winning smile. She has winning ways.
Friday night lights ready for change in tradition
From the sidelines
November 10, 1999
11 Chieftains on KVL all-league teams
November 10, 1999
Junior high basketball season opens
Seventh-grade girls win two games; Eigth-grade girls win three games
November 10, 1999
The Tonganoxie junior high girls basketball teams began play last week. The girls are divided into A and B team in both seventh and eighth grade.
Do the right thing to avoid animal problems
Don’t contribute to society’s burden of unwanted, unfed animals. Take care of your own pets and make sure they are neutered, vaccinated, and controlled.
November 10, 1999
In this week’s issue we hear from a local woman who devotes much of her time to caring for society’s discards; animals no one wants. She and a group of caring individuals have formed a group, Have A Heart, that tries to deal with strays of all kinds.
Council considers water well test site
November 10, 1999
The Tonganoxie City Council looked at an offer of an access agreement to drill two test wells for water on property owned by Peggy Cooper during the council meeting Monday night.
Who wants heavy industry?
November 10, 1999
The whole story
November 10, 1999