Archive for Wednesday, November 28, 2001

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TJHS wrestlers shine at Effingham
November 28, 2001
Shouts and Murmurs
Lively deer call for driver caution
November 28, 2001
It’s that time of year again, with the deer falling headlong into their mating season, running madly over hill and dell in search of romance. Were it not for roadway traffic, their stories would have happy endings.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
November 28, 2001
Lola Otting sewed for the family as the children grew up. She made curtains and drapes, “Just really enjoyed doing it,” she said.
Remeber when: a community review
November 28, 2001
DHS wrestling in first year
November 28, 2001
When a sport makes its debut at any school, there is often a period of time needed for athletes to learn the sport.
Ptacek to lead Mill Valley boys
November 28, 2001
Bobcats having high wrestling hopes
November 28, 2001
Warriors still hot in basketball, nab three junior high victories
November 28, 2001
THS looks to erase last year’s skid
November 28, 2001
Tonganoxie wouldn’t mind getting a fresh start.
Momentum key for girls’ basketball
November 28, 2001
Tonganoxie finished the 1999-2000 wrestling campaign with a third-place Kaw Valley League finish.
Wrestlers hope to continue recent tradition
November 28, 2001
Tonganoxie finished the 1999-2000 wrestling campaign with a third-place Kaw Valley League finish.
Americow’s heroes’
November 28, 2001
The drizzle was just enough to obscure house numbers Friday night on Chuck Robinson’s Overland Park street. But when we drove by a house that had a life-size cow standing in the living room, we knew we had arrived.
City council briefs
November 28, 2001
Downtown store owner hospitalized
November 28, 2001
A fund has been established to help a downtown business owner with expenses while she’s recuperating from an appendectomy.
All About Dreams’ gymnastics combines education and exercise
November 28, 2001
A blond-haired boy in blue shorts climbs a soft platform that is about four feet tall. It is at least a head taller than he is. He stands on top, grabs a rope dangling from the ceiling and hangs on as he swings through the air.
Tonganoxie thrift shop
November 28, 2001
Students provide help for thrift shop
November 28, 2001
The Tonganoxie High School Student Council hoped to send goods to soldiers overseas for Christmas, but plans changed.
THS students head blood drive
November 28, 2001
Local residents got into the spirit of giving this holiday season with blood.
Benjamin “Ben” William Edward Reardon
1982-2001
November 28, 2001
Janice M. Guthrie
1952-2001
November 28, 2001
Milton E. Coleman
November 28, 2001
Gerald D. Botkin
1940-2001
November 28, 2001
Leola Berkley
1906-2001
November 28, 2001
Anthropologist completes study of prehistoric site
November 28, 2001
When anthropologist Brad Logan visited a Leavenworth County farm field last June, he had little hope he’d be fortunate enough to unearth an 800-year-old structure. But luck and much more were on his side.
Annexation incorrect, attorney says
November 28, 2001
At least two of the signs welcoming motorists to Tonganoxie soon will be moved.
Suit filed against county
November 28, 2001
A lawsuit was filed Monday in Leavenworth County District Court appealing the county commission’s decision to deny a special-use permit for Camp Gaea, a 168-acre retreat 10 miles north of Tonganoxie.
Tonganoxie youth detained in car theft
November 28, 2001
A 17-year-old Tonganoxie male is in custody in Mesa, Ariz., where authorities have located the last of six cars stolen from Tonganoxie residences last week.
The Record
November 28, 2001
Letter to the editor
A question for the council
November 28, 2001