Archive for Wednesday, September 22, 1999

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Basehor teen-ager wins state pageant
September 22, 1999
Honey Valley School reopens after decades of playing hooky
September 22, 1999
Chieftains competitive in first half
September 22, 1999
Cross country rolls into home race
September 22, 1999
The Tonganoxie cross country team should be confident when it runs at home at the Tonganoxie Invitational Thursday. The varsity boys enter the race having won their first three races of the season including last week’s competition at Hiawatha, and the girls are improving.
Soccer team scores wins, loss
September 22, 1999
Enrollment falls in local schools
September 22, 1999
Sonic Drive-In to build on site near schools
September 22, 1999
Publisher’s memo
September 22, 1999
Our view
September 22, 1999
Observations on countryside
September 22, 1999
He was just a boy sitting in a chair at the corner of his front yard. His father sat on a bench nearby, and a metal stand in front of the boy held a book of Broadway musicals. The boy gripped the mouthpiece of an alto saxophone between his lips and began to play. Music flowed down the small-town street, disappearing into the hum of crickets, the noise of passing cars.
Gone fishin’
September 22, 1999
Across the water, a deer pokes its head through the trees and gingerly steps onto the cool, damp shore. Three Canada geese stand in tall grass, taking in the warm sunshine of a September morning. A beaver paddles through the water almost as if showing the way to two fishermen who follow in a boat. At Yllier Lake, 14 miles north of Tonganoxie, life is good. Fishing is even better.
Herbert John Peterson
September 22, 1999
Wall stirs emotions, memories
September 22, 1999
Marilyn Thompson visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall because of all the names on the wall. But she brought a flower for only one.
News in brief
September 22, 1999