Archive for Wednesday, September 13, 2000

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Sports Briefs
September 13, 2000
Turtle dove hunting has not been forgotten
September 13, 2000
To all you outdoors men and women out there who thought I had forgotten about the opening of turtle dove season in the mania of fall school sports, I didn’t.
Statement by Basehor’s mayor
September 13, 2000
The Record
September 13, 2000
Two local girls make finals
Tonganoxie teens shine at pageant
September 13, 2000
Students to hone hunter-safety skills
September 13, 2000
Countless miles pay off for cross country team
September 13, 2000
A relative cold front moved through the area recently, giving athletes prime practicing conditions, and the Tonganoxie High School cross country team made full use of those cooler pre-autumn evenings, logging countless miles of hard training last week.
Soccer team sweeps two for combined 18
September 13, 2000
After a week in which the Tonganoxie High School soccer team outscored its opponents 18-0 in two games at home, Coach Harold Pittman said his team’s transition game and team play are getting closer to where he wants them to be.
Chieftains make gains in 33-14 loss
Second-quarter surge edges Immaculata over Tonganoxie
September 13, 2000
The Chieftains drew first blood.
Volleyball team drops three
September 13, 2000
In it’s first game of the season, the Tonganoxie High School volleyball team got better the longer it played.
Holy-Field harvest
September 13, 2000
As they snipped off purple grapes nestled among vivid green vines, Kathryn and Nick Szilagyc talked quietly, joking about the chances for a career change.
Acting superintendent named
September 13, 2000
The superintendent of the Basehor-Linwood school district last week was directed to take vacation, until further notice.
Council split on mayor’s status
September 13, 2000
During a special meeting Monday night, Basehor City Council was split on whether the city’s mayor should take a leave of absence, in light of criminal charges against him.
Memorial fund finances new benches at fields
September 13, 2000
During halftime of Friday night’s football game, Jacob, Justin and Jimmy Walker assisted in the dedication of new benches at the football field and soccer field.
Area News Briefs
September 13, 2000
Tonganoxie man undergoes transplant to help mother
September 13, 2000
Last month, Eric Barnett gave his mother a gift that rivals all birthday and Christmas presents.
Short memories?
September 13, 2000
Volunteer work adds to community’s pride
Editorial
September 13, 2000
Now that the bulk of work is complete on Tonganoxie’s athletic complex, residents of our community should take the time to attend a football game or a soccer match.
Woman to face trial for break-in attempt
September 13, 2000
A Kansas City, Kan., woman has been ordered to stand trial in connection with an attempted break-in at a home northwest of Basehor.
Man pleads guilty in death of woman
September 13, 2000
A Kansas City, Kan., man pleaded guilty last week to first-degree murder in connection with the June death of a woman whose body was dumped in Stranger Creek in southern Leavenworth County.
Athletic complex dedicated
September 13, 2000
Tonganoxie’s athletic complex is now complete.
News Briefing
September 13, 2000
City seeks drainage study for VFW building
September 13, 2000
Plans are on hold for VFW Post 9271.
Tonganoxie’s ACT scores match with state average
September 13, 2000
For the first time in five years, Tonganoxie High School’s ACT scores equaled the state average.
24-40 corridor drives commercial expansion
September 13, 2000
Plans are progressing albeit slowly for a commercial development along U.S. Highway 24-40 in north Tonganoxie.
City approves land option to tap water
September 13, 2000
Tonganoxie soon could have a new water source.
City agrees to reduced assessments
September 13, 2000
The amount that downtown property owners will pay for the recent Fourth Street redevelopment project just got smaller.
Mayor rejects resignation
Basehor official faces felony charges related to job at prison
September 13, 2000
Basehor Mayor John Pfannenstiel said this week that he has no intention of resigning from office, despite criminal charges filed against him.