Archive for Wednesday, October 11, 2000

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Sports Briefing
October 11, 2000
Clubs
October 11, 2000
Woman finds money can be made in cyberspace
October 11, 2000
Marilee Drennan decided it was time to get rid of the 1958 Barbie doll that had been taking up space in the closet.
Area briefs
October 11, 2000
Letters to the editor:
October 11, 2000
Group eager to undertake tree replacement project
October 11, 2000
Nearly five months after a tornado hit town, the Tonganoxie Tree Board is busy putting together plans to replace many of the trees damaged in the storm.
Superintendent discusses tight budget
October 11, 2000
Keeping the belt tight on the budget is the name of the game at USD 464.
Statewide coalition proposes additional funds for education
October 11, 2000
Several Tonganoxie residents last week received a lesson on one group’s vision for financing public schools in Kansas.
Baseball coach named at THS
October 11, 2000
It took four months, but Tonganoxie school board members finally decided who will be the new baseball coach.
Unemployment rate adversely affects business in Tonganoxie
October 11, 2000
Finding employees is no short order.
THS enjoys homecoming festivities
October 11, 2000
The 2000 Tonganoxie homecoming theme, “Ice the Vikes,” was evident at the parade and pep rally on Friday.
Carl A. Oakson
October 11, 2000
Martha B. “Marty” Miller
October 11, 2000
Doran “Lee” Ioerger
October 11, 2000
Verna Marie Davison
October 11, 2000
Mayor ordered to trial
October 11, 2000
Basehor Mayor John Pfannenstiel has been ordered to stand trial on charges that he had unlawful sexual relations with three inmates at Lansing Correctional Facility.
Chamber sponsoring circus on Saturday
October 11, 2000
Lions, tigers, elephants, trapeze artists, clowns and, of course, the Big Top.
Probe continues into allegations about meetings
October 11, 2000
A meeting is scheduled for later this week on whether two Leavenworth County commissioners have violated the Kansas open meetings law.
News Briefing
October 11, 2000
Autumn in its glory
October 11, 2000
Monday morning’s brilliant sunlight sparkled across fields of frost-covered grasses. At first glance, it looked as if snows had fallen during the night and blanketed the area. Finally, a long hot summer had taken its leave. And following the mandates of nature and the calendar, autumn had arrived.
The importance of voter registration
Editorial
October 11, 2000
The election season is upon us, and Leavenworth County residents certainly have some interesting and important choices to make in the Nov. 7 general election. But we cannot make the choices if we are not registered to vote.
New member named to planning board
October 11, 2000
The Tonganoxie Planning Commission has a new member.
Walking is local man’s priority
Despite setbacks, Cummings is still walking strong around Tonganoxie
October 11, 2000
For nearly 20 years, walking has been a way of life for Gordon Cummings.
Reunion
October 11, 2000
Homecoming
October 11, 2000
Inexperience put on back burner; volleyball places second in tourney
October 11, 2000
The Chieftain volleyball team’s biggest opponent this season has been its own inexperience.
THS cross country team teaches young students
October 11, 2000
Tonganoxie’s successful high school cross country team continued its efforts to get area youth involved in the sport last Wednesday when it sponsored the annual grade school cross country meet.
Cross country shines, despite odd weather
October 11, 2000
It was cold Thursday. The skies were clouded and threatening to spit on Desoto at any time.
Soccer snaps streak
October 11, 2000
It’s hard to remain perfect for very long.
Defense helping teams find winning ways
October 11, 2000
They say the best defense is a good offense.
Chieftains ‘Ice the Vikes’
October 11, 2000
After suffering three early season losses while the team and coach gelled, the Chieftain football has won three in a row.
Deer, turkey numbers high; bow hunting season starts
More doe tags issued; penalty for buck kills substantial
October 11, 2000
Autumn big game season officially began last week with the opening of bow hunting season for deer and turkey.
Hospital offering series on bereavement
October 11, 2000
BIRTHS
October 11, 2000
Area winners announced from Kansas State Fair
October 11, 2000