Archive for Wednesday, March 28, 2001

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City Council Briefs
March 28, 2001
Option placed on area land for possible power plant
Duke Energy North America looking at land in county
March 28, 2001
Interest in Leavenworth County as a site for a power plant is heating up.
The house they built
Minister’s 40 years in the pulpit shows dedication
March 28, 2001
It is Sunday morning, and parishioners filter into the makeshift church home one by one and two by two.
Campbell: Space issue ranks high for candidate
March 28, 2001
Francie Campbell says that the primary issue that the Tonganoxie school district has to contend with is space.
Emmett Wetta
March 28, 2001
Darlyn Hansen
March 28, 2001
Spring Sports Schedules
March 28, 2001
Junior high track team prepares for season
March 28, 2001
When Tonganoxie Junior High School’s track team heads to its first meet April 10 at Monticello, it will not be short on practice or participants but it might be short on girls.
Shooting Sports Team qualifies nine for state
March 28, 2001
For the first time in its three-year history, the Leavenworth Country 4-H Shooting Sports Team competed in the regional air rifle and BB gun competition.
Chieftains condition for next week’s Lansing meet
March 28, 2001
The Tonganoxie High School track team’s first meet falls just eight days after spring break, and coaches say how well the team performs at that meet will depend on how hard they worked during that break.
Tonganoxie volleyball coach sets game plan
March 28, 2001
When newly hired Chieftain volleyball coach Tiffany Parker leads the team into battle next season, she will be the fourth coach in as many years to take the Tonganoxie sidelines.
Pitchers in progress
Baseball, softball teams prepare for first outings
March 28, 2001
As Tonganoxie High School’s baseball and softball teams prepare to kick off their seasons against Jefferson West next week, the biggest roadblock for both teams is inexperience especially in the pitching department.
County still investigating possible Whispers’ violations
March 28, 2001
An investigation into whether Whispers Cabaret an adult entertainment business has violated state and county decency laws should be completed by Friday, according to Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department investigators.
Kansas City mortgage firm opens branch in Tonganoxie
March 28, 2001
In the past year, the Tonganoxie community has seen the opening of four mortgage loan companies.
Local nursing center earns high marks during inspection
March 28, 2001
A zero-deficiency survey is a rare thing.
News Makers
March 28, 2001
THS musicians to benefit from Mirror fund-raiser
Newspaper to donate to students’ trip fund
March 28, 2001
Music students at Tonganoxie Junior High School and High School kick off a fund-raising activity today.
Anniversary
March 28, 2001
Wedding
March 28, 2001
Weide: Enrollment dips district’s primary worry
March 28, 2001
Phil Weide has lived in Tonganoxie for eight years. He and his wife, Sandi, have two daughters, Charly, 19, and Chanel, 15.
Hansen: Enrollment, budget require attention
March 28, 2001
Darlyn Hansen wants to work on the biggest issues facing the school district which he says are the budget and enrollment if elected to the school board.
DeHoff: Curriculum top priority for the district
March 28, 2001
Bob DeHoff, 39, who has lived in Tonganoxie for nearly three decades, is running without opposition for another term on the local school board.
Wetta: Wants to attract more business to town
March 28, 2001
Like many of his opponents in the race for Tonganoxie City Council, Emmett Wetta is concerned about growth and its effect on the community.
Engagements
March 28, 2001
Usher: More money’s key for city’s survival
March 28, 2001
During the eight years he’s served on the Tonganoxie City Council, Ray Usher said, he’s seen many improvements.
Gumm: Hopeful years in banking helps city
March 28, 2001
Steve Gumm hopes he can help the city ease its growing pains.
Graveman: Favors more pro-business posture
March 28, 2001
Kathy Graveman, who was appointed to the Tonganoxie City Council two years ago, has learned a lot during that time.
Ray Usher
March 28, 2001
Kathy Graveman
March 28, 2001
Tonganoxie City Council election Q&A
March 28, 2001
Jonathan C. Boone
March 28, 2001
Phil Weide
March 28, 2001
Bob DeHoff
March 28, 2001
Francie Campbell
March 28, 2001
Tonganoxie school district election Q&A
March 28, 2001
Candidates for Tonganoxie school board answer questions posed by The Mirror.Name:
Petition not ‘mean-spirited’
March 28, 2001
Support for petition on clerk
March 28, 2001
Area voters facing important choices
Editorial
March 28, 2001
Growth, it seems, is the overriding theme of this spring’s general election for seats on the Tonganoxie City Council and school board.
News briefing
March 28, 2001
Mysterious statues come and go
March 28, 2001
Chances are, Pappy Shoemaker would’ve been proud.
Basehor mayor backs write-in
March 28, 2001
Basehor Mayor John Pfannenstiel, found guilty last week of having sex with prison inmates, believes his political career is over at least for awhile.
Shannon E. Wiley
March 28, 2001
Louis E. Mills
March 28, 2001
John Michael “Stick” Downing
March 28, 2001
Boone: Less spending and additional revenue
March 28, 2001
Jonathan Boone is ready to help direct the future of Tonganoxie.
Otto L. Bretz
March 28, 2001
Home Depot considers Lansing
March 28, 2001
Another shiny new nail in Leavenworth County’s commercial growth may be the startup of a Home Depot store in Lansing.
Transient guest tax earns final approval
March 28, 2001
A tax to help finance economic development and tourism efforts in Tonganoxie should take effect July 1.
Group gives petitions to governor
500 signatures collected against casino in county
March 28, 2001
A state legislator on Tuesday delivered to Kansas Gov. Bill Graves petitions against the location of a casino in Leavenworth County.