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Area Briefs
October 4, 2000
Turnpike takes tolls westward
October 4, 2000
Today, milepost 217 becomes more than a wide spot in the road.
Two shutouts get the ball rolling
October 4, 2000
A shutout is always good.
Parents are first teachers
October 4, 2000
Parents as Teachers can make a difference.
Extensive search continues for man who disappeared
October 4, 2000
t difficult to imagine what happened to John Brezgiel after he left Leavenworth Plaza two weeks ago.
Northstar developing rapidly
October 4, 2000
At the Northstar development, duplexes are springing up rapidly.
Strong leadership needed
October 4, 2000
Praise for volleyball team
October 4, 2000
State budget work under way
By Bill Graves
October 4, 2000
As impossible as it may seem, the end of the year and the beginning of the 2001 legislative session are only a few months away. In early January, I will deliver my seventh State of the State address and submit another budget proposal to the Legislature. As always, the budget process will set the tone for debate in the 2001 session.
A call to help find one of our residents
Editorial
October 4, 2000
A resident of our county has been missing for two weeks. It frustrating and tragic for the family of 73-year-old John Brezgiel, who lived near Jarbalo for about 30 years.
Water Office seeks public opinions
October 4, 2000
Without water, we all be up a creek.
Tonganoxie High School in swing of Homecoming
October 4, 2000
Homecoming activities at Tonganoxie High School are under way this week and will culminate in Friday football game against Parsons.
Officials probe cause of fire
October 4, 2000
State and county officials are investigating whether a blaze early Sunday at Manic Marty was caused by arson.
News Briefing
October 4, 2000
Agnes Annie Shockley
October 4, 2000
Katharina Schneider
October 4, 2000
Christine Ann (Soetaert) Nabors
October 4, 2000
Cynthia M. Frye
October 4, 2000
Motorists beware: Deer on the move
October 4, 2000
There no doubt about it there are more deer in Kansas than there used to be.
Plans develop for 130-lot subdivision
October 4, 2000
Owners of a 50-acre tract along U.S. Highway 24-40 now are working on Plan B.
State Avenue nearly complete
October 4, 2000
After two years of being closed for reconstruction, State Avenue in Wyandotte County will re-open next month.