Archive for Wednesday, August 16, 2000

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News Briefing
August 16, 2000
Audrey Jo Miller
August 16, 2000
Council OKs downtown assessments; owners upset
August 16, 2000
With the downtown renovation project now complete, some downtown property owners walked away from Monday night’s Tonganoxie City Council meeting feeling they’d accomplished nothing.
The Record
August 16, 2000
Dedication ceremony scheduled for school multi-purpose building
August 16, 2000
With tornado repairs nearly complete, new asphalt on the pavement and the multi-purpose facility ready to open, Tonganoxie schools are starting out the year in better shape than ever.
Ernest A. Logan
August 16, 2000
Vera Clatterbuck
August 16, 2000
Reunions
August 16, 2000
Plainsmen fall to St. Louis after two unusual halves
August 16, 2000
The Kansas Plainsmen lost to the St. Louis Bulldogs last Saturday at McLouth in a game that featured a 2-point combined first half, followed by a 51-point explosion in the second half.
Bullriding raises relief funds
August 16, 2000
More than a dozen professionals, 60 area children and several locals aspiring to be bull riders showed up at the fairground grandstand last Wednesday night for the Bull Buckout and mutton bustin’.
Faces of the county fair
August 16, 2000
Mutual Savings planning expansion
August 16, 2000
A Tonganoxie financial institution plans to remodel and expand its downtown offices.
The monarchs’ amazing journey
August 16, 2000
You just can’t get a butterfly to come to you when you want it to. Trust me, I know.
Fair rodeo lassoes experienced riders
Tough animals, pro cowboys
August 16, 2000
The heat was worth it for the estimated 1,000 fans who turned out at the sun-scorched Leavenworth County Fairgrounds last week for the fair’s rodeo.
City approves 2001 budget
August 16, 2000
Sewer upgrades and a possible water project are two of the major items in the 2001 budget for the city of Tonganoxie.
Officials hope trip to the Kaw pays off
August 16, 2000
Leavenworth and Douglas county officials hope a field trip last week will translate into federal funds to finance work that would halt erosion along the Kansas River.
County closes book on annual 4-H fair
August 16, 2000
As the 2000 Leavenworth County Fair rolled to a close, tents folded, generators ceased to rumble, hamburger grills cooled and the sounds of laughter faded as the young 4-H’ers climbed into pickup trucks and rode away, another county fair under their belts.
County, city ban nude dancing
Eldridge alleges dirty politics
August 16, 2000
Tonganoxie City Council members, following the lead of Leavenworth County commissioners, have banned nude dancing.
County, city officials praised for action
Editorial
August 16, 2000
Leavenworth County commissioners and Tonganoxie city council members deserve high praise for taking a tough stand against juice bars.
Curtis Lee James Turner
August 16, 2000
Logan Chandler Freeman
August 16, 2000
Scott Adam Reece DeMaranville
August 16, 2000
Lauren Elaine Gaskey
August 16, 2000