Archive for Wednesday, April 18, 2001

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Butterflies add beauty to gardens
April 18, 2001
Let the sun shine in
Whether remodeling or building, consider dramatic window design
April 18, 2001
VFW fears beverage plan will drain fair booth profits
April 18, 2001
The Leavenworth County Fair Board’s plan to enter into an exclusive agreement with an area bottling company has raised the ire of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post.
Knapp
April 18, 2001
Aiming for new heights
THS track completes busy, successful week
April 18, 2001
Tonganoxie High School’s track team was busy last week.
Students, papers working together
April 18, 2001
33-year-old Linwood man sentenced for meth lab
April 18, 2001
A 37-year-old Linwood man has been sentenced to 40 months in prison, in connection with a methamphetamine lab discovered last August in De Soto.
The record
April 18, 2001
News briefing
April 18, 2001
Vocal music students shine at regional competition
April 18, 2001
Tonganoxie High School’s music department has made an all-around transformation during the last three years.
Sixth-grade student expelled for threats
April 18, 2001
A sixth-grader at Tonganoxie Elementary School has been expelled for threatening the school principal and a teacher.
Look outside to your lawn and garden for exercise
April 18, 2001
Pools offer privacy for families
Vinyl fencing might be a consideration for pool area
April 18, 2001
These days, privacy is hard to come by.
Consider a home makeover this spring
April 18, 2001
Spring is finally here, and if you’re one of the lucky ones, so is your tax refund. With the extra money in your pocket and sun on your back, it’s the perfect time to consider giving your home a makeover.
Third annual Patriots Day celebration set this weekend
April 18, 2001
On Saturday, McLouth’s third annual Patriots Day kicks off at 9 a.m., complete with parades, a barbecue dinner and a show by Buffalo Bill.
Auction features Willie Wilson memorabilia
April 18, 2001
Sports fans can get a close-up look at Willie Wilson’s World Series ring Saturday.
Tonganoxie Days entertainer to play this Saturday morning
April 18, 2001
Although Tonganoxie Days isn’t scheduled until June, organizer Connie Torneden already is working on the annual festival.
Robert G. Lisenbee
April 18, 2001
Verna Kahn
April 18, 2001
Federal counterfeiting charges expected
April 18, 2001
Leavenworth police have uncovered what they say is a counterfeit money-making operation.
County intersection slated for improvement
April 18, 2001
The intersection of County Road 25 and Evans Road is due for an improvement.
Ex-church volunteer faces time in prison
April 18, 2001
If a judge agrees, a Lawrence man who confessed to molesting four Tonganoxie youths will spend more than seven years in jail.
Construction continues on mobile home park
April 18, 2001
In about two months, a new mobile home park is slated to open in northwest Tonganoxie.
Millsap-Stean
April 18, 2001
Fund to benefit injured man
April 18, 2001
A fund has been established to benefit a local man who recently was injured.
Children’s shop planned in Tonganoxie
April 18, 2001
A Tonganoxie woman and her daughter hope to establish a children’s shop, where toys and clothing could be purchased for a discount price.
Legislators review 2001 session at Saturday morning gathering
April 18, 2001
The sky is not falling in Kansas.
On the railroad
Tonganoxie woman retires from a job she loves
April 18, 2001
Fifty years after starting her first job, Lorena Seymour is ready to see the world.
Bad innings plaguing baseball team’s efforts
April 18, 2001
Although Tonganoxie High School’s baseball team lost both its games against Mill Valley on Monday, Coach John Lee said his young team was improving with each game.
Shooting team preparing for nationals
By Keith Burner
April 18, 2001
The Leavenworth County 4-H shooting sports team earned several high finishes at the state shooting sports competition two weeks ago in Hays.
Softball record improves to .500
Lady Chieftains win in last three games
April 18, 2001
After struggling in its opener against Basehor-Linwood two weeks ago, the Tonganoxie High School softball team surged last week, going 3-1 to even its record at 3-3.
Dorothy Mae Rader
April 18, 2001