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Remember when: a community review
April 3, 2002
Golfers prepare for first season
April 3, 2002
Tonganoxie High School’s inaugural golf season starts Saturday, but coach Darren Neas wouldn’t mind if it started a little later.
Guten Tag, Tonganoxie
April 3, 2002
Our world is becoming smaller.
Shouts and Murmurs: Better hold onto those socks
April 3, 2002
With tears in my eyes, I watched Roy Williams at a post-game press conference Saturday night with tears in his eyes. Who couldn’t sympathize with Roy, a genuinely nice guy, who year after year puts his heart into trying to make his team win a national championship. Who wouldn’t want to give him a pat on the back, and a few words of encouragement.
Air ambulance moves closer to county
April 3, 2002
Sometimes, getting where you need to be may mean the difference between life and death.
New city planner begins work
April 3, 2002
The lure of home drew Diane Wicklund back to Kansas.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
April 3, 2002
Maternity clothes are really only worn for such a short time that simple adjustments can be made to your normal wear slacks for instance that you can wear them throughout your pregnancy.
Tonganoxie FFA takes first place
April 3, 2002
The Tonganoxie Future Farmers of America took first place at the East Central District FFA Dairy Products contest, held in Burlington.
Chieftain softball team, spring off to good starts
April 3, 2002
The evening had a slight chill last Thursday and a vibrant full moon occupied the sky after Tonganoxie concluded its season-opening doubleheader.
No-cut rule to get vote in summer
April 3, 2002
The school board won’t address Tonganoxie High School’s no-cut sports policy until summer.
Chieftains jolt Jeff West
April 3, 2002
Tonganoxie first baseman and senior Kim Newton didn’t spend much time getting settled into the new season Thursday.
Hilltop bar-restaurant to reopen soon
April 3, 2002
A Bonner Springs woman is breathing life back into a bar-restaurant that burned 18 months ago.
Students practice skills, support KU team
April 3, 2002
Tonganoxie third-graders got an early start Thursday cheering for the Kansas Jayhawk basketball team.
Garden column
April 3, 2002
It is time for applying crabgrass preventer. The best control of crabgrass is to put down a pre-emergent herbicide chemical before the crabgrass has begun to grow. In this part of Kansas the time to get those chemicals down is before April 15.
Kansas lawmakers should take action
April 3, 2002
News that the state again is behind on payments to school districts in Kansas does not bode well for the future of education.
Premiere today of garden column
April 3, 2002
Kansas not able to make payment
$330,000 for school payroll doesn’t arrive
April 3, 2002
It’s a good thing today’s not payday.
Letter to the editor
April 3, 2002