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Girls place fifth at DeSoto tournament
Team finishes strong after first-round loss
February 2, 2000
John Lee, Tonganoxie girls basketball coach, hadn’t seen his team get really mad about a loss this season.
Racing is her life
Area teen-ager surprises friends with her love for the oval track
February 2, 2000
Jenny Stark lives a double life.
Barbershop singing drew crowd Friday night
February 2, 2000
Observations on wintry days
February 2, 2000
Concrete dumping prompts warning
Meier Ready Mix truck dumps in ditch
February 2, 2000
Meier Ready Mix, Ozawkie, has been blamed for dumping concrete in a drainage ditch south of Kansas 32 highway.
Vandals srike again at bridge
February 2, 2000
Holocaust survivor speaks to students
February 2, 2000
Wrestlers seventh against tough competition
February 2, 2000
From the Sidelines
February 2, 2000
Trial date scheduled for band instructor
February 2, 2000
Mortgage firm opens Tonganoxie office
February 2, 2000
McLouth fired up for annual barbecue
February 2, 2000
Criminal activities at bridge unexcusable
February 2, 2000
Chris Rech, who works for a company that’s building a bridge over Stranger Creek, has the right attitude about vandals who continue to plague the construction project.
The Record
February 2, 2000
Children learn all about kindness
February 2, 2000
Board OKs lease-purchase for building
February 2, 2000
At a special meeting Monday night, the Tonganoxie school board approved a resolution that could pave the way for the district’s multi-purpose athletic building.
NewsBriefing
February 2, 2000
Birth
February 2, 2000
Deaths/Funerals
February 2, 2000
Residential construction booming across Kansas City
February 2, 2000
Credit union robbed; suspect eludes officers
February 2, 2000
A high-speed chase Tuesday afternoon along narrow county roads between Lansing and Tonganoxie concluded with a suspect getting away and a Tonganoxie police car temporarily stuck in snow.