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Deaths/Funerals
December 6, 2000
From the Sidelines
December 6, 2000
County home offering incentives for workers
December 6, 2000
Dick Moppin hopes the bounty he`s offering for new employees pays off.
Wrapped up in ancient Egypt
December 6, 2000
Ask just about any sixth-grader at Tonganoxie Elementary School about ancient Egypt, and they`ll be more than happy to talk with you.
Sewer improvements could total $4.7 million
December 6, 2000
Tonganoxie`s sewer lines and plant need about $4.7 million worth of attention, according to the city engineer.
Candle sparks apartment fire
December 6, 2000
A fire started by a candle Friday night caused $25,000 damage to a Tonganoxie apartment and destroyed furnishings estimated at $10,000.
Driver`s license renewals moving closer to home
December 6, 2000
If all goes according to plan, southern Leavenworth County residents soon will have to travel no farther than the County Annex in Tonganoxie to renew their driver`s licenses.
Natural gas line nearly complete to subdivision
December 6, 2000
A new natural gas line in northeast Tonganoxie should come on line by the end of the month.
Dallas Bound
December 6, 2000
Girls also lose to Immac in first matchup
Coach Foster preparing team for Friday night`s game against Perry-Lecompton
December 6, 2000
In it`s season-opener against Immaculata Friday, the Tonganoxie High School girls basketball team had every reason to be a little nervous.
Chieftains fall short to Raiders
December 6, 2000
Snow fell and Tonganoxie High School basketball teams played their first games of the season Friday — both sure signs that winter is finally here.
Wrestling squad eager for Saturday`s match
December 6, 2000
Tonganoxie`s High School varsity wrestling team won`t begin competition until this Saturday at Onaga, which means the team has been practicing for three weeks.
Tonganoxie youth`s BMX season ends
December 6, 2000
Josh McCutchen, an 11-year-old Tonganoxie boy, completed his first season as a BMX racer Thanksgiving week-end with a strong showing at National Race of Champions.
County turns down 2 subdivisions
December 6, 2000
Leavenworth County Commissioners rejected plans for two rural subdivisions south of Basehor.
State Avenue reopens to traffic
December 6, 2000
After two years of doing without a main artery into the Kansas City area, traffic once again is flowing along State Avenue.
Former employee files suit
December 6, 2000
A former Leavenworth County Emergency Medical Services employee has filed a lawsuit against two of his former supervisors, alleging they conspired to have him fired.
News Briefing
December 6, 2000
Salons planning merger
December 6, 2000
Lisa Tanking, owner of downtown Tonganoxie`s Salon Designs, is returning to her roots in hairstyling.
Basehor council fills seat
December 6, 2000
The Basehor City Council is sporting a new face.
Births
December 6, 2000
Newsmakers
December 6, 2000
Dishonoring our military
Letter
December 6, 2000
Payment system should help
December 6, 2000
Kansas has implemented a new payment processing system for child support, maintenance and other court-ordered support payments.
A call to conclude election rancor
Editorial
December 6, 2000
Although the 2000 presidential election has provided an interesting study in political science, it also has provided a sad study in political wrangling.
Sewer plant flows toward summer completion
December 6, 2000
Sometime next summer, a $7 million sanitary sewer plant in Basehor will go on line, poising the city for increased development.
Commercial sand pit proposal worries some Linwood residents
December 6, 2000
It`s likely some Linwood residents will protest a plan for a commercial sand pit near the Kansas River.
Anniversary
December 6, 2000
Local woman places in Top 5 of Sing-Off
December 6, 2000