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Wrestlers recognized at banquet
March 14, 2001
On Monday, Tonganoxie wrestling Coach Bill DeWitt’s baby girl, Anna Shae, turned seven months old.
Linwood man to be honored with award
March 14, 2001
A 30-year resident of Linwood has been tabbed as this year’s recipient of the Ovid Snider award.
City Council Briefs
March 14, 2001
School board OKs technology purchase plan
March 14, 2001
Tonganoxie school board members Monday night unanimously approved a technology purchase plan.
Project replacing storm-damaged trees
March 14, 2001
The Tonganoxie City Tree Board has started a tree replacement project northeast of the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds.
Colton Tyler Calovich
Birth
March 14, 2001
THS class uses practical knowledge
Students constructing a house to be sold at auction on April 19
March 14, 2001
When am I ever going to use this? Many high school students ask that question.
Lingering questions
March 14, 2001
Governor’s Column
March 14, 2001
Planning for weather can save lives, property
Editorial
March 14, 2001
Certainly, there’s no time better than this week to ensure that all Kansans are prepared for the possibility of severe weather.
Dance to raise funds for senior center
March 14, 2001
Proceeds from an upcoming dinner and dance will benefit the effort to construct a senior center on county-owned land in Leavenworth.
McLouth hoping for a more elaborate library
March 14, 2001
If voters approve a question on next month’s general election ballot, the city of McLouth will wind up with a more extensive library.
The record
March 14, 2001
Vandals blamed for cable TV outages
March 14, 2001
Two recent cablevision outages in Linwood and Tonganoxie have been traced to shotgun blasts.
Police investigate local man’s death
March 14, 2001
Tonganoxie police on Tuesday were investigating the death of a 32-year-old man.
Lawsuit filed over dispute after storm
March 14, 2001
A downtown restaurant owner has filed a lawsuit against his insurance company, over a claim stemming from the May 11 tornado.
THS students suspended after search
March 14, 2001
Three Tonganoxie High School students were suspended for three days, after sheriff’s officers on Thursday found marijuana in two vehicles in the school parking lot.
News Briefing
March 14, 2001
From the Sidelines
March 14, 2001
Walter L. Hubbel
March 14, 2001
Raymond W. Kistler
March 14, 2001
Virgil Wayne Burnett
March 14, 2001
John J. Brezgiel Jr.
March 14, 2001
Jack W. Whitford
March 14, 2001
Eva B. Wiley
March 14, 2001
Ima Alta Knudsen
March 14, 2001
Season results
March 14, 2001
High school hires new head volleyball coach
March 14, 2001
The Tonganoxie school board Monday night approved Tiffany Parker as Tonganoxie High School’s new volleyball coach.
Softball team returns two seniors
March 14, 2001
One of the more difficult things about being a high school coach is losing the most experienced players on the team to graduation at the end of the each season.
Girls track team looks to fill shoes
Graduation last year takes a toll on Chieftains’ potential this year
March 14, 2001
A few sunshine-filled days last week allowed Tonganoxie High School’s track team to practice outside and girls Coach Bill Shaw to get a good look at his team.
Advance voting gets under way today for April 3 election
March 14, 2001
Voter registration for the April 3 general election runs through Monday.
Edwardsville OKs hotel guest tax
City hopes to reap benefits from visitors to Kansas Speedway
March 14, 2001
If a motel, hotel, recreational vehicle park or bed and breakfast were built in Edwardsville, the city is posed to reap in extra taxes those entities would generate with the passage of a new transient guest tax.
New eatery to feature Southwest cuisine
March 14, 2001
For years, the idea of owning a restaurant has appealed to Jack Cronemeyer.
$400,000 grant could ease sewer costs
Connection fees could increase to help finance $2 million upgrade of plant
March 14, 2001
After hearing that the city’s sewage treatment plant requires about $2 million worth of upgrades, Tonganoxie City Council members agreed Monday night to seek a grant to help with costs.
City starts ball rolling toward fee
March 14, 2001
Despite objections from developers that they’re being unfairly singled out, the Tonganoxie City Council Monday took a step toward imposing a fee on new construction.