Archive for Wednesday, October 24, 2001

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Letters to the editor
October 24, 2001
The Record
Police reports and court proceedings
October 24, 2001
Re-enactors discuss medicine
October 24, 2001
History came to life at the October meeting of the Tonganoxie Historical Society.
THS in playoffs after home win
October 24, 2001
Sports Briefs
October 24, 2001
Volleyball falls one step short of State
October 24, 2001
The turnaround season almost transformed into a State berth for the Tonganoxie volleyball team, but once-beaten Lansing served as a large roadblock in the Chieftains’ hopes for a trip to Salina.
Chinstraps and Mouthpieces
Manhattan latest school dealing with mascot issue
October 24, 2001
The Native-American mascot issue continues in northeast Kansas. Hiawatha High School, long known as the Redskins, changed its mascot to the Red Hawks at the beginning of the school year.
Team heads to State
October 24, 2001
A familiar leader was back for the Tonganoxie cross country team.
Basehor’s edge
THS eliminated from playoffs despite outgaining Bobcats
October 24, 2001
Tonganoxie donned a new look Friday night with white jerseys and white pants against the all-green Basehor-Linwood Bobcats at Basehor.
News makers
October 24, 2001
Stichting patriotic
October 24, 2001
Patriotic business is booming. Americans are buying and flying flags as never before. Store shelves, once filled with red white and blue, are empty.
Maurer’s pace is still going strong
October 24, 2001
Carrying a bucket of paint in his lap, Tony Maurer pushes his wheelchair through the grass and up an incline so he can paint the eaves of his parents’ earth-contact home. His wheels leave tracks in the dew-covered grass.
A veteran’s view
Vietnam vet discusses recent events
October 24, 2001
In exasperation, Kenneth Atwell shakes a recent edition of Time magazine. A full-page color photo of Osama bin Laden dominates the cover.
Assembly of God Church completes building project
Dedication service, open house set for December
October 24, 2001
In the words of John Hansen, Tonganoxie’s Assembly of God Church is open for business.
News briefs
October 24, 2001
80 apply for job with city
October 24, 2001
The city of Tonganoxie has received applications from 80 people interested in being the next city administrator.
Thieves target U.S. flags
Several incidents reported to Tonganoxie police
October 24, 2001
The last thing Bob and Jerri Cooper needed that day was to discover that someone had stolen their two American flags.
Deaths/funerals: Rita Marie Dressler
1923-2001
October 24, 2001
Bridge work starts; road project delayed
October 24, 2001
The road over the dam of the Leavenworth State Fishing Lake is expected to remain closed until the end of November.
Officials offer advice on emergencies
All families should be prepared with supply kit, county official says
October 24, 2001
In the event of a disaster, natural or man-made, preparedness is vital.
Oh, deer!
Motorists warned about accidents
October 24, 2001
As Bambi’s descendants scamper throughout Leavenworth County, they’re posing danger to motorists.
City Council briefs
October 24, 2001
Remember safety on Halloween night
October 24, 2001
It’s that time of year again.
Retail sales in county begin to rebound
October 24, 2001
There’s no doubt that the Sept. 11 terrorism has affected the economy in Leavenworth County, where sales of big-ticket items have dropped.
Businesses seeking $450,000 from city
October 24, 2001
Owners of three downtown Tonganoxie businesses have filed a $450,000 claim against the city, saying their reputations and businesses have been harmed.
Chieftains advance in soccer regionals
THS shuts out Maur Hill 1-0
October 24, 2001