Archive for Wednesday, July 19, 2000

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Those were some hot summers
Local residents recall trying to survive the heatwaves of the ‘30s
July 19, 2000
Ted Duncanson remembers the hot summer days before air conditioning.
News Briefing
July 19, 2000
New coaches, new program, new discipline new results?
July 19, 2000
After one victory over the course of two seasons, the Tonganoxie football team was due for a change.
Teams battle in tournaments
July 19, 2000
Ballparks in Tonganoxie and surrounding areas buzzed with activity last weekend as crowds gathered to watch summer-end baseball and softball tournaments.
Soetaert sells printing company
July 19, 2000
In a few weeks, Kay Soetaert will hang up her printer’s apron.
Tonganoxie girls appearing in ‘Wizard of Oz’
July 19, 2000
After hours of singing, dancing, memorizing and practicing, two Tonganoxie girls are finally ready to perform.
Alpert-Stratton
Engagement
July 19, 2000
Snapp-Poje
Engagement
July 19, 2000
Business owner circulates petition to move Tonganoxie Days
July 19, 2000
It’s not that Roger Shilling doesn’t like Tonganoxie Days. He thinks the annual festival is good for the city.
Downtown will gain new flower retailer in the fall
July 19, 2000
A local couple plan to open a flower shop this fall in downtown Tonganoxie.
The big project: cleaning up the fairgrounds
July 19, 2000
It’s just about fair time again. However, there is still one obstacle to overcome: Cleaning up the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds.
Superintendent hopes to survey residents
July 19, 2000
Tonganoxie’s school superintendent wants to know how the community would grade the school district.
Stitches in time
July 19, 2000
Elise Grinter worked her needle around the pink and white pattern of the quilt stretched out in a frame before her.
21-year-old man drowns in Perry
July 19, 2000
A 21-year-old McLouth man drowned Thursday night in Perry Lake, where he was boating with friends.
County’s advance ballots available
July 19, 2000
Voting isn’t reserved for Election Day anymore.
The Record
July 19, 2000
Applications now available for downtown improvements
July 19, 2000
Now that downtown design guidelines are complete, business owners can begin applying for financial help to improve their storefronts.
Ilean M. Guza
July 19, 2000
George Michael Bogard
July 19, 2000
Survey presents an opportunity
Editorial
July 19, 2000
The Tonganoxie school district wants to know what we think.
Plainsmen lose close game to tall and beefy Iowa Stars
July 19, 2000
The Kansas Plainsmen lost 20-6 to the Iowa Stars Saturday night in the team’s second game of the year, after a dazzling display of speed wasn’t enough to match the huge size of the Stars.
Game comes down to confidence
July 19, 2000
I guess the genesis and legitimacy of my sad tale depends on whether you buy into the Big Bang theory.
Alvamar: One tough golf course
July 19, 2000
It’s safe to say Alvamar Golf Club in Lawrence might be as tough a course as there is in the Kansas City metro area.
A heat warning: Don’t forget trees
July 19, 2000
Crops and gardens aren’t the only vegetation that need a little extra water during the summer.
Thomas R. Elmer
July 19, 2000
Moving day coming soon for local firm
July 19, 2000
In about 10 days, employees at Everlasting Specialties will explore the wide open spaces of their new headquarters.
County official favors vote on road plan
July 19, 2000
It’s possible Leavenworth County voters will be asked to approve a $90 million road proposal in November.
Blaze was only a test
July 19, 2000
Tonganoxie volunteer firefighters know how to turn up the heat.