Archive for Wednesday, January 19, 2000

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THE REWARDS OF FARMING
Soil conservation winners battle erosion
January 19, 2000
To Bruce Chambers, the practice of soil conservation isn’t a job. It’s a reward.
Engagements
January 19, 2000
Barbecue business is really cooking
To handle demand, Daniel’s plans to add seating, as well as delivery service
January 19, 2000
New insurance agent opens office
January 19, 2000
On the first business day of the new year, Jeannine Williams spent her first day at her new office in Tonganoxie.
Architecture student draws on knowledge
January 19, 2000
Boys enter tourney on hot streak
Three league victories give team confidence in home tournament this week
January 19, 2000
Familiarity doesn’t breed contempt for Friday night’s semifinal matchup between Tonganoxie and Eudora.
The Rewards of Farming
Farmer’s been making hay the bluestem way
January 19, 2000
Elizabeth Evans’ studies take her to England
January 19, 2000
LaVerne Potter retires from farm agency
January 19, 2000
Chamber to tout attributes of Tonganoxie at home show
January 19, 2000
Birth
January 19, 2000
Red cedar windbreak offers needed shelter
January 19, 2000
Tree surrenders limbs to progress
January 19, 2000
Final workshop set on design guidelines
January 19, 2000
Learning the art of goal-setting
January 19, 2000
Letters
January 19, 2000
Helping to improve first impressions
January 19, 2000
Whether people like it or not, first impressions are important.
The Record
January 19, 2000
Local man begins stay at center
January 19, 2000
Mike Waters, 32, who received head injuries when thrown from his vehicle during an accident on Nov. 21, was transferred last week from the University of Kansas Medical Center to the Royal Terrace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Olathe.
Civic Club’s first year going strong
January 19, 2000
NewsBriefing
January 19, 2000
Deaths/Funerals
January 19, 2000
Project graduation plans Bingo Night
January 19, 2000
Volunteer spirit strong in Basehor
January 19, 2000
Planning and zoning fees may increase
January 19, 2000
City seeking state funds for $300,000 sewer line
January 19, 2000
Almeda’s B&B says goodbye to final guest
January 19, 2000
After serving as a home away from home for more than a century, Almeda’s B&B Inn quietly closed its doors last summer.
Bridge work rolling along
January 19, 2000
Despite unexpected pitfalls, work is progressing according to schedule on a new bridge over Stranger Creek.
Girls win two KVL matchups
January 19, 2000
From the Sidelines
January 19, 2000
Wrestlers place third at home tournament
January 19, 2000