Archive for Wednesday, March 22, 2000

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Tonganoxie at a glance
March 22, 2000
Urban Hess Industrial Park attracts attention
March 22, 2000
Mayor hopes growing city maintains small-town feeling
March 22, 2000
Area ministers say church membership on a recent upswing
March 22, 2000
Kansas Speedway on track for spring 2001 opening
March 22, 2000
Cities in area preparing for anticipated growth
March 22, 2000
Local family serves area for 105 years
March 22, 2000
Mirror newspaper reflects on county’s citizens
March 22, 2000
Retailers bullish on local market
March 22, 2000
Banks building on robust business
March 22, 2000
Kansas roots helped launch Peruvian Connection
March 22, 2000
Expanding a birthday gift into a mega-million dollar international clothing business was hardly what Annie Hurlbut started out to do.
Genealogy card cabinet is back
March 22, 2000
Softball practices bode well for team’s season
March 22, 2000
Trainer enjoys work on sidelines
It’s more than simply a job
March 22, 2000
A softball injury helped Leslie Kenney choose a career as a certified atheletic trainer.
Debaters look to jewelry to help raise trip funds
March 22, 2000
A matter of process
Abstract artist crosses from one dimension to another
March 22, 2000
It is March, and the trees stretch barren limbs skyward as if, naked and shorn, they plead for the softness of green summer leaves.
First State Bank plans 2 new branches
March 22, 2000
Birth
March 22, 2000
Anniversary
March 22, 2000
Mayor won’t leave post
March 22, 2000
Successful book fair adds to school library
March 22, 2000
Pausing at the crossing of reality
March 22, 2000
Tonganoxie will miss city administrator
editorial
March 22, 2000
When Tonganoxie’s city administrator leaves his post here, he will be missed.
News Briefing
March 22, 2000
The Record
March 22, 2000
School board members OK mill-levy hike
March 22, 2000
Ice Cream Parlor fits varied uses
March 22, 2000
The new owner of the former Ice Cream Parlor sees a variety of possibilities for the property.
Deaths/Funerals
March 22, 2000
Children’s book author captivates kids
March 22, 2000
Pole hangs on by a wire; power restored to school
March 22, 2000
Progress 2000
March 22, 2000
Inside today’s edition of The Mirror, newspaper readers will find a special report on Tonganoxie and Southern Leavenworth County. Go to search. Type in “progress2000.” It should come up then.
Diversion agreement prompts questions
March 22, 2000
A Leavenworth County employee, who last fall was accused of making $1,300 worth of 900-number calls on a county infirmary telephone, has been fired.
Administrator offered a job by Oregon city
March 22, 2000
Tonganoxie soon may be looking for a new city administrator.
Growth sparks homebuilding
March 22, 2000
Corliss Thompson and his wife, Susan Heinke, may very well be the first of many. The first to move into a new home in the Eagle Valley subdivision, the first in the neighborhood to get water turned on, the first to have the gas turned on and the first to have a telephone.
Schools preparing for more students
March 22, 2000
Tonganoxie: Conveniently country
March 22, 2000
From the sidelines
March 22, 2000
Couple learns to run ‘nutty’ business
March 22, 2000