Archive for Wednesday, April 11, 2001

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City Council briefs
April 11, 2001
24-year-old man dies in accident
April 11, 2001
The record
April 11, 2001
Hospital staff courteous
April 11, 2001
Experts brace for Speedway traffic
April 11, 2001
For area motorists, Kansas Speedway’s first major event could mean cruise or crawl. In Tonganoxie, the great unknown is: How many drivers will be traveling through town as they go to and from the Speedway.
Churches schedule Easter services
April 11, 2001
Area churches invite residents to celebrate Easter activities.
City council welcomes two new members
April 11, 2001
A week after Tonganoxie City Council elections, two new council members were sworn in and then went right to work.
City’s comprehensive plan nears approval
April 11, 2001
The city of Tonganoxie is one step closer to a new comprehensive development plan.
Pops concert set at area winery
April 11, 2001
This year’s pop concert at Heimhof Winery will include a celebration of the life of Frank Gilgin.
Tonganoxie woman dies in one-vehicle accident
April 11, 2001
A one-vehicle accident last week claimed the life of a rural Tonganoxie woman.
News Briefing
April 11, 2001
No substitute for preparation
April 11, 2001
I always enjoy the arrival of spring and warmer weather in Kansas.
Higher suicide rate in state unfortunate
Editorial
April 11, 2001
People in the state of Kansas are bucking a national trend.
Retailer remains interested in county
April 11, 2001
Representatives of Home Depot, a retail home improvement store, are still looking at the Lansing and Leavenworth area.
School superintendents see drop in applicants
April 11, 2001
Jean Rush wonders where the teacher applicants have gone.
Fay A. Shryer
April 11, 2001
Jeffrey L. Sanderson
April 11, 2001
Edna Osborne
April 11, 2001
Frederick E. Northern
April 11, 2001
Tony Michael Jellison
April 11, 2001
Lonna M. Drown
April 11, 2001
Shooting sports qualifies for national competition
April 11, 2001
In its first trip to the state 4-H shooting sports competition in Hays last weekend, the Leavenworth County 4-H BB-gun team qualified for the national competition.
Time to get permits for turkey hunting
April 11, 2001
Spring turkey season gets under way today in Kansas.
Obituary: Delvin H. Johnson
April 11, 2001
Baseball team still working on the basics
April 11, 2001
Some things are out of a baseball coach’s hands including a wet March and two injured pitchers.
Sweeping the field
Boys, girls track teams finish first at meet Friday
April 11, 2001
Tonganoxie left its competition in the dust Friday at the Basehor-Linwood Invitational, exploding out of the gates and dominating field events.
Batter up!
Parents in McLouth raise $20,000 for ball programs
April 11, 2001
When McLouth booster club members decided to raise money to start a high school baseball and softball program, they didn’t mess around.
Casino hearing set for Tuesday
April 11, 2001
About 10 weeks after members of the Delaware Tribe of Indians revealed their hopes to construct a casino in Leavenworth County, the public will have its say.
Chieftains lose in first doubleheader
April 11, 2001
When Tonganoxie matched up against Basehor-Linwood Thursday at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds, it was a battle of two vastly different softball teams.
Church receives unusual donation
April 11, 2001
The Rev. David Showalter was shocked.
Vote set on clerk’s residency
April 11, 2001
Tonganoxie city residents will be headed for the polls again soon.
Interest running high in evergreen trees
April 11, 2001
Lots of calls have been coming into the extension office on evergreens turning brown. Reports from K-State at Manhattan say pine, spruce, juniper, yew and arborvitae samples are piling into Kansas State University’s Plant Disease Diagnostic Lab.
Youth volunteers ready to work
April 11, 2001
About 250 youths plan to roll up their sleeves April 21 to help beautify Leavenworth County.
Board cuts clause from goals
April 11, 2001
Tonganoxie school board members decided Monday that they want the right to speak freely about public education.
It’s editorial, my dear
April 11, 2001
There is a constant but professional murmur in the ninth-grade English class of Denise LaRosh.
School Board Briefs
April 11, 2001