Archive for Wednesday, November 24, 1999

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First you put the turkey in the skillet
November 24, 1999
NEWSBRIEFING
November 24, 1999
Register of deeds retiring
November 24, 1999
Old gasoline tanks removed from former Standard station
November 24, 1999
Mike Seymour figures he’s saving big bucks by doing the digging himself. With a Dec. 22 deadline approaching for removal of underground petroleum storage tanks, Seymour checked into the cost of taking out his four tanks.
Horoscopes
November 24, 1999
Making pillow from T-shirts
November 24, 1999
Tropers advising children to buckle their seat belts
November 24, 1999
Family of artists shows talents at Bizarre Bazaar
November 24, 1999
Service station installs soda fountain
November 24, 1999
Zoning change approved for Glen’s Opry
November 24, 1999
A zoning change approved Monday night by the Tonganoxie City Council paves the way for an expansion at Glen’s Opry. The downtown business plans to provide better access to people with disabilities and eventually provide more seating.
Engagement
November 24, 1999
Communitywide church service to be held at Catholic Church
November 24, 1999
An interdenominational communitywide Thanksgiving worship service is planned for 7 tonight at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 703 S. River.
From the Sidelines
November 24, 1999
Winter sports practicing
November 24, 1999
Hunters say opening day a mixed bag
November 24, 1999
Students shoot computer turkeys
November 24, 1999
TJHS A teams split games
November 24, 1999
The seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball teams each split games this week. The eighth-grade A team beat Xavier and lost to Basehor-Linwood. The seventh-grade A team lost to Xavier and beat Basehor-Linwood.
Happy Helpers meet
November 24, 1999
Uhlrich family gathers for 49th annual reunion
November 24, 1999
Hubbard descendants meet for annual reunion
November 24, 1999
Consider a language makeover
November 24, 1999
Finding a comfort level in small Kansas towns
November 24, 1999
A time to take back control of our lives
November 24, 1999
As we prepare to celebrate the final Thanksgiving of the 1900s, it’s sometimes difficult to recognize that there is much for us to be thankful for.
Rain runoff from hill ruins the foundation of local home
November 24, 1999
Evans Road west gets a new name
November 24, 1999
Evans Road, west of U.S. Highway 24-40, will be renamed Washington Street to help eliminate confusion about addresses.
Deaths/Funerals
November 24, 1999
KTA chief optimistic about new interchange at County Road 1
November 24, 1999
Now we’re really talking turkey
November 24, 1999
New publisher joins The Mirror’s staff
November 24, 1999
A 20-year veteran of the newspaper industry is the new editor and publisher of The Mirror. Officials with WorldWest Limited Liability Company, owner of The Mirror, appointed Caroline Trowbridge, 44, to oversee the day-to-day operations of the newspaper.
Commissioner alleges violation of meetings law
November 24, 1999
A Leavenworth county commissioner this week asked state officials to investigate allegations that two other commissioners violated the Kansas Open Meetings Act.
THE RECORD
November 24, 1999