Archive for Wednesday, March 7, 2001

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Delawares plan discussion with Basehor council
March 7, 2001
Chief Dee Ketchum, whose Delaware Indian Tribe is interested in constructing a casino, is ready to return to Leavenworth County.
Going ‘Behind the Broken Words’
Upcoming play at college in Baldwin brings poetry into the theater
March 7, 2001
On March 28, Emmy award-winning actors Roscoe Lee Browne and Anthony Zerbe will prove that actions speak louder than words when they perform their two-act play “Behind the Broken Words” at Baker University in Baldwin.
Letters
March 7, 2001
Rec commission then and now
March 7, 2001
The benefits of Tonganoxie recreation programs are timeless. Enjoyed by all ages, participated in since 1967, the programs offer lasting rewards.
Benefits of program truly are endless
Editorial
March 7, 2001
It’s true: The benefits are endless.
Parade organizers look for entries
March 7, 2001
If spring fever is hitting you hard, organizers of the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade suggest you put together an entry for this year’s event.
Births
March 7, 2001
Anniversary
March 7, 2001
Tonganoxie schools cutting it close with snow days
March 7, 2001
Winter snows that kept school doors closed in December, January and February have resulted in a close call on meeting the state’s minimum attendance requirement.
Eighth-grade assessment scores leap
Junior high students perform well on Stanford achievement test
March 7, 2001
Students at Tonganoxie Junior High have raised the bar on at least one assessment test.
High school class creates on-line newspaper
March 7, 2001
This year, Tonganoxie High School’s publication class has produced an on-line newspaper.
Newspaper recognized nationally
March 7, 2001
Two representatives of The Mirror newspaper traveled last week to Phoenix to accept an award from Inland Press Foundation.
Deaths/Funerals
March 7, 2001
Chieftains carry over several strengths to boys track team
Preparations begin for April 3 meet
March 7, 2001
As the Tonganoxie High School boys track team prepares to embark on another season, Coach Phil Williams said that the key to success would be balance.
Baseball team eager to rebuild this season
March 7, 2001
For John Lee, first-year Tonganoxie High School baseball coach, getting to know his team is his first priority this spring.
Girls nearly make a huge ‘State’-ment
Chieftains fall in final round of Sub-State
March 7, 2001
The girls are Sub-State runners-up.
City hopes to resolve apartment problems
March 7, 2001
Tonganoxie’s city administrator said Tuesday that he’s cautiously optimistic that the owners of Cedar Ridge apartments will correct any life-safety problems.
Group against bringing casino to the county
March 7, 2001
A loosely organized group of Tonganoxie area residents has formed to oppose construction of a casino in Leavenworth County.
Sewer plant discussion on tap for council meeting
March 7, 2001
The Tonganoxie City Council on Monday will conduct a public hearing on a proposal to seek a $400,000 federal Community Development Block Grant to help fund sewer plant improvements.
Voter registration offered through March 19
March 7, 2001
Voter registration for the April 3 election is under way through March 19.
Missing man, car found in creek
Sheriff’s officers: John Brezgiel died in accident
March 7, 2001
Nearly six months after he was reported missing, John Brezgiel and the car he was driving were found in a creek along Jarbalo Road.
The Barking Gourmet: a new breed of dog treat
March 7, 2001
Tonganoxie woman determines to tickle the palates of even the most fastidious canines by opening a doggie bakery in Lawrence.
Events Calendar
March 7, 2001
Arts in Brief
March 7, 2001
The record
March 7, 2001
Trial set on abuse allegations
March 7, 2001
A 33-year-old Lawrence man accused of molesting area youths will be tried in April on 11 felony charges in Douglas County District Court.
News Briefing
March 7, 2001