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City Council Briefs
November 15, 2000
Daniels elected to county commission
November 15, 2000
Two men who will work together during the next four years on the Leavenworth County Commission pledged cooperation would be high on their agendas.
Fire destroys rural mobile home
November 15, 2000
In an explosion last Wednesday when a gas furnace was lit, a rural Tonganoxie woman was burned and her mobile home destroyed.
Letters
November 15, 2000
The dangerous game some journalists play
Editorial
November 15, 2000
The television talking heads and a good number of print journalists on Election Day 2000 were caught by their own game.
Births
November 15, 2000
School Board Briefs
November 15, 2000
The Record
November 15, 2000
Mayor to honor military police
November 15, 2000
The tornado brought the soldiers here once.
Board members OK audit
November 15, 2000
And now it’s time for the school to get a grade card.
Unofficial Vote Totals
November 15, 2000
News Briefing
November 15, 2000
Volleyball team builds for next year
November 15, 2000
Though the Tonganoxie High School volleyball team finished 9-24, the coach and players said that record was no indication of how good the team had become by the end of the year.
Former Basehor standout looking for bowl game
November 15, 2000
Going into this week, the 8-1 Miami Hurricanes are ranked as the No. 2 college football team in the country by both the Associated Press and the ESPN/Coaches Poll.
Lingering questions
32 years after he was a captive of the North Koreans, Steve Woelk hopes to find answers
November 15, 2000
It wasn’t much of a 20th birthday for Steve Woelk.
Warren G. Whitaker
November 15, 2000
Pearl C. Tingle
November 15, 2000
Robin Joseph Winkler
November 15, 2000
Legislator: School funding a hot topic
School district, city to work together on concerns about traffic on 24-40 highway
November 15, 2000
State Rep. Kenny Wilk says it’s not easy to understand how Kansas schools are funded.
City council OKs mobile home plats
November 15, 2000
A mobile home park planned along U.S. Highway 24-40 cleared another hurdle Monday night, as Tonganoxie City Council members accepted plats for the project.
New vests planned for officers
November 15, 2000
It’s time for sheriff’s officers to slip on new bulletproof vests.
Council settles project lawsuit
November 15, 2000
Tonganoxie taxpayers will pay an estimated $32,100 more for the renovation of Fourth Street than earlier expected.
Young BMX racer headed for national event
November 15, 2000
Though cloudy, sleet-spitting winter weather has moved into the area, there’s nothing but blue skies in the forecast for Tonganoxie BMX racer Josh McCutchen.
Junior high squads successful early in season
November 15, 2000
Tonganoxie’s junior high school girls basketball team is off to a quick start this season, with the seventh- and eighth-grade A and B teams all posting an early season winning record.