Archive for Wednesday, April 5, 2000

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Team-roping skills can bring in the big trucks
April 5, 2000
A good roper may have a trophy or two sitting on the mantel. Bob Vestal has one sitting in the garage.
Lansing board still seeks superintendent
April 5, 2000
Democrat files for township post
April 5, 2000
Tonganoxie residents consider run for county commission seat
April 5, 2000
The Leavenworth County commission seat currently held by Wayne Eldridge is attracting the attention of several Tonganoxie residents.
Boys finish sixth out of 11 at season’s first competition
April 5, 2000
Girls place seventh at Baldwin Invitational
April 5, 2000
Starting pitchers dominate
April 5, 2000
Doug Schneider and Brandon Harsh took care of business Thursday in two wins against Gardner-Edgerton.
Softball team loses first game
April 5, 2000
Tonganoxie opened the season Thursday with two losses to visiting Jefferson West.
More than hobby horses
April 5, 2000
It is a chilly spring morning and skies of crisp blue have turned to muddy gray.
Citizens opens office; Mutual moves manager
April 5, 2000
The tenuous strands of health
April 5, 2000
The adage, out of sight, out of mind, pertains to many things in life. One of these, it might be said, is health.
Tonganoxie running ahead of census pack
Editorial
April 5, 2000
Residents of Tonganoxie should give themselves a collective pat on the back.
Any change in post office site would follow community input
April 5, 2000
For quite some time, the rumor that the Tonganoxie Post Office is moving has circulated.
McLouth sets 2nd annual Patriots Day
April 5, 2000
Bonner Springs considers effects of Wal-Mart move
April 5, 2000
Appreciating life
Transplant recipient recalls dialysis
April 5, 2000
Living with kidney failure has taught Virgil Yeahquo one thing.
Newspapers team up with THS musicians
April 5, 2000
News/Business Briefs
April 5, 2000
News Briefs
April 5, 2000
Deaths/Funerals
April 5, 2000
City council awaiting applications
April 5, 2000
Grants to fund more officers for the county
April 5, 2000
A $1 million grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation will put four more sheriff’s traffic officers on Leavenworth County roads.
Letter to the editor
April 5, 2000