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News briefing
April 25, 2001
Volunteers take satisfaction from helping students
April 25, 2001
For Bob Kasper, working with students is just about as rewarding as it gets.
Boys barely miss gold
April 25, 2001
Claiming its fourth top-two team finish in as many meets, Tonganoxie High School’s boys track team earned second place Friday at Eudora’s Cardinal Relays, barely missing gold and beating third-place Eudora by 32 points.
Registration available for city vote
April 25, 2001
Voter registration books for Tonganoxie residents will be open until 5 p.m. Monday.
Fire kills elderly resident
Probe continuing into Sunday morning blaze
April 25, 2001
An elderly Tonganoxie woman is presumed to have died in a house fire early Sunday morning.
Storm alert
County official warns sirens not enough
April 25, 2001
Chuck Magaha is pushing what he says is the perfect Father’s Day gift: a weather-alert radio.
Hearing set on new-trial request
April 25, 2001
An Overland Park handwriting expert will examine a document that the former mayor of Basehor considers crucial in his request for a new trial.
Maxine “Deannie” Laming
April 25, 2001
Joe W. Englert
April 25, 2001
Helen McKissor Cline
April 25, 2001
Elizabeth J. (Gast) Mercier
April 25, 2001
Roxana L. Smith
April 25, 2001
The record
April 25, 2001
11-year-old enters plea in burglary
April 25, 2001
An 11-year-old McLouth boy pled guilty Monday to charges of arson and burglary.
Fire destroys area landmark
April 25, 2001
Sheriff’s officers are investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed an abandoned two-story house about 1:15 a.m. last Thursday.
Where are we going … and why?
April 25, 2001
Just weeks ago I photographed city workers filling potholes. Understandably, with the weather extremes of the spring season coupled with the customary heavy flow of traffic, within weeks, and in some instances, days, the original potholes returned.
Speedway traffic:No RSVP required
Editorial
April 25, 2001
Tonganoxie is much like the homeowner whose next-door neighbor is throwing a huge party.
The Mirror wins state news honors
April 25, 2001
Staff members at The Mirror newspaper were recognized Saturday in the Kansas Press Association’s annual Awards of Excellence contest.
Downtown project earns city recognition from state officials
April 25, 2001
State officials were in town this week to recognize Tonganoxie as one of six winners of Community Achievement Awards.
City Council Briefs
April 25, 2001
Zachary Bryan Rafols
April 25, 2001
City faces decisions over sewer funding
April 25, 2001
Tonganoxie City Council members on Monday said they were torn between raising monthly sewer fees and increasing what the city charges for connections to the sewer system.
School improves performance
THS passes with flying colors, says state accreditation team
April 25, 2001
When it comes to quality performance evaluation, Tonganoxie High School is light years ahead of where it was five years ago.
Deer-hunting season regulations approved
April 25, 2001
The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved several regulations establishing the 2001 deer hunting season at a public hearing Thursday evening at Tonganoxie Junior High School.
City shelves Delawares’ casino plan
April 25, 2001
Tonganoxie City Council members, originally poised to discuss the merits of a casino Monday night, instead tabled the issue indefinitely.
Girls finish third at Eudora; ready for Mill Valley Friday
April 25, 2001
Last week, Girls Coach Bill Shaw said that Friday’s Cardinal Relays would be his team’s toughest meet of the year.
Chieftains still struggle for first win
April 25, 2001
The Tonganoxie High School baseball team is still looking for its first win of the season.
Softball team continues hot streak
April 25, 2001
The softball team is absolutely on fire.
Marjorie L. McWilliams
April 25, 2001