Archive for Wednesday, June 21, 2000

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Relay takes on cancer battle
June 21, 2000
Stopping cancer is what it’s all about.
Love of Bird leads to loathing of Lakers
June 21, 2000
I hate the Lakers.
Kansas River threatens access to Douglas County
June 21, 2000
It’s budget time for Leavenworth County, and Shirley Davidson wants to ensure her voice is heard.
Teen raises funds for K-9 unit
June 21, 2000
A Leavenworth County teen-ager has helped raise nearly $3,000 to help defray the cost of the county’s purchase of another dog for the canine unit.
Teams continue high scoring
Town rivalries highlight week of blowout play
June 21, 2000
It was a typical week for the Kaw Valley summer softball league. Scores were high.
Close games playing out at fairgrounds
June 21, 2000
If another torrential downpour doesn’t muddy the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds further, the little league baseball game that was scheduled for May 23 will be played at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Three Chieftain coaches resign
June 21, 2000
Look for some new faces on the Tonganoxie high school sidelines next year.
13-year-old swimmer receives certificate
June 21, 2000
Young children introduced to kindergarten
June 21, 2000
Dena Espeland was jealous of her 8-year-old brother, Jason. He was allowed to attend school this summer, but she wasn’t.
An enriching summer
June 21, 2000
Shannon Pulkrabeck beamed as she modeled the pajamas she was about to complete.
NRA group gives $1,000 to school for hunter education coursework
June 21, 2000
Representatives of the Friends of the NRA have given $1,000 to the Tonganoxie Junior High School to help fund hunter education classes.
Newsmakers
June 21, 2000
Hardware store back in business after repair work
June 21, 2000
A month after a tornado ripped the roof off of his store and rains destroyed $35,000 worth of merchandise, Don Pelzl is back in business.
Support for new baseball team
Letter to the Editor
June 21, 2000
The effervescent newness of life
June 21, 2000
Last week, as I held my newborn nephew in my arms, his mother and I talked about how it must be to have a lifetime of new experiences waiting, or as the child’s father said, to be something slightly akin to being an alien on a strange new planet.
2nd annual relay a real success story
Editorial
June 21, 2000
It is touching that so many people in Tonganoxie worked on this year’s Relay for Life.
The Record
June 21, 2000
Recent rain helps ease concerns of drought
June 21, 2000
When it finally rained, it poured.
NewsBriefing
June 21, 2000
City close to hiring city administrator
June 21, 2000
It’s likely city council members on Monday will hire a city administrator.
Drivers reel as gasoline prices soar
June 21, 2000
The hike in gasoline prices is no joke especially to commuters.