Archive for Wednesday, September 8, 1999

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Linwood man facing charges after assault
September 8, 1999
Walker-Lamar engagement
September 8, 1999
Forshee birth
September 8, 1999
News Briefing
September 8, 1999
Palace Bowl scores final strike
September 8, 1999
Chieftains fall short in opener
September 8, 1999
The Tonganoxie football team played on the wrong end of the field for most of the game Friday night at Beatty Field.
Grape-aid
Volunteer pickers work for a free meal and a taste of the fruits of the harvest
September 8, 1999
In the cool of the morning they arrive, smiles on their faces and energy in their steps. They pick up clippers from a basket on the shady veranda and head to the field. Except for the hum of the passing traffic and the rustle of the grapevine leaves, the arbor has been quiet. But that soon will change.
The Mirror: Change and commitment
September 8, 1999
With this issue, The Mirror begins a new phase in its long history of publishing.
Readers, welcome to our new, newspaper world
September 8, 1999
Well, here we are, at long last. For those of you who have dropped by the new Mirror office at 520 E. Fourth St., right next door to the post office, you’ve seen the stages of development our physical facilities have undergone in the past month.
County’s rural landscape changing
September 8, 1999
Used to be, folks taking a drive through the county this time of year might admire a farmer’s corn nearly ready for harvest. Nowadays they’re more likely to admire the ground beneath the corn.
Mr. Van’s band takes a new direction
September 8, 1999
Under the guidance of a new sort of “Music Man,” the Tonganoxie High school band is marching to a new beat. It’s no surprise that Tonganoxie’s band director can keep up with the pace. He’s setting it.
For The Mirror: A new chapter in a long history of publishing
September 8, 1999
Today marks another milestone in the 117-year history of The Mirror. This issue of The Mirror is published under new ownership and management. The sale of The Mirror to WorldWest Limited Liability Company, Lawrence, was completed last week. The weekly newspaper, which was founded in 1882, was purchased from Don and Mary Waterman, who had owned the newspaper since 1991.
Obituaries
September 8, 1999
Reflections on the new Mirror
September 8, 1999
Enrollment down, but officials expect growth to come
September 8, 1999
Waxmonski-Lambert engagement
September 8, 1999