Archive for Wednesday, January 12, 2000

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Council OKs request to change street name
January 12, 2000
Firm offers really sweet deals
January 12, 2000
Little Angels director has state credentials
January 12, 2000
From the sidelines
January 12, 2000
Boys earn second win at Lansing
January 12, 2000
Girls beat Lions on the road
January 12, 2000
Wrestlers winning as tourney nears
January 12, 2000
After a tough early schedule, the Tonganoxie wrestling team looks ready to dominate opposition.
High-flyin’ memories
Fred Northern’s father thought aviation was for the birds
January 12, 2000
Fred Northern, 86, one of the area’s first airplane pilots, took his first flight at age 12.
New mortgage broker opens shop
January 12, 2000
A new mortgage broker in town said that many radio, television and Internet ads for mortgages sound tempting to consumers, but they concern her.
Downtown bricks re-laid after owners compain to mayor
January 12, 2000
Football coach resigns after 12 years
January 12, 2000
Dinner concert to raise funds for students’ trip
January 12, 2000
Observers to growth in the area
January 12, 2000
Watchful ‘inspectors’ pay off for the city
January 12, 2000
The Record
January 12, 2000
NewsBriefing
January 12, 2000
Cole brings home year’s first baby
January 12, 2000
Lansing teacher charged
January 12, 2000
The Lansing High School band teacher has been ordered to appear in municipal court on two misdemeanor charges in connection with an incident last month at the school.
Deaths/funerals
January 12, 2000
City takes tough stand on abandoned cars
January 12, 2000
Shortage of officers holds new county jail hostage
January 12, 2000
Student facing discipline
January 12, 2000
Community to help open area school
January 12, 2000
Construction workers are scurrying to complete Basehor-Linwood’s newest elementary school, which is being built in an area that was mostly farmland about 10 years ago.
Planners OK concrete plants
Batching operations approved for industrial zoning district
January 12, 2000
City planning commissioners last week agreed to include a concrete batching plant among uses allowed on land carrying I-2 (light industrial) zoning. The Tonganoxie City Council will consider the change at its Jan. 24 meeting.
Woman transfers history to computer
January 12, 2000
Growth, development mark final six months of the year
January 12, 2000