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Building on a strong foundation
December 4, 2002
It’s been two years since Jeremy Goebel last put on a Nebraska-Kearney singlet.
Spreading holiday cheer
December 4, 2002
Tonganoxie florist Susan Quisenberry is taking her holiday decorations on the road.
Ex-city employee charged
December 4, 2002
A former Basehor city employee has been charged in Leavenworth County District Court with stealing money from the city.
Obituary: Ann Rowland
December 4, 2002
A memorial service for Ann Rowland, 60, Wichita, will be at 2 p.m. today, Dec. 4, 2002, at Broadway Mortuary Chapel, Wichita.
Obituary: Nellie Katherine Burwell
December 4, 2002
Services for Nellie Katherine (Croft) Burwell, 92, Dighton, were Friday, Nov. 29, 2002, at the Dighton Christian Church, with the Revs. George Bever and Ben Friesen officiating. Burial was in the Beeler Cemetery.
City debates access to development
December 4, 2002
The go-ahead on a major annexation of land into Tonganoxie sputtered last week.
Tonganoxie bell ringers raise funds for families
December 4, 2002
Four Tonganoxie organizations the Knights of Columbus, Chapter AT of PEO, the Tonganoxie Civic Club and the Veterans of Foreign Wars have taken over this year’s local bell ringing for the Salvation Army.
Remember when: a community review
December 4, 2002
McLouth girls coach eager for season
December 4, 2002
With 21 underclassmen on a 25-player squad, the McLouth High girls will present a young team when their season starts Thursday.
THS girls team ‘a work in progress’
December 4, 2002
Teams have to say farewell to senior classes every year. As one group heads off, another one is ushered in.
Lucky 7?
McLouth coach believes in hard work
December 4, 2002
Chad Brown isn’t superstitious. He doesn’t have a rabbit’s foot, nor does he throw salt over his shoulder.
Changes abound for THS boys basketball team
December 4, 2002
I think we did lose some size, but I think we did replace it with speed,” Walker said. “We also have a little more depth than last year.”
Gas station cited by state
December 4, 2002
A Tonganoxie gasoline station that also sells food has been ordered to pay a $1,000 fine by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Shouts and Murmurs: A reminder about perspective
December 4, 2002
Sometimes it’s the small things that lead us to appreciate what we have. Friday morning I stopped to talk to the family of Jerry and Tina Coleman, whose house was damaged by a fire Tuesday morning. While there, I took pictures of the family sifting through their charred furniture and melted collection of vinyl records.
Hero Cat’
Feline credited with alerting family of fire
December 4, 2002
It was another rough Thanksgiving for Jerry and Tina Coleman and their daughters, Rachel, 13, and Hannah 11.
How to handle holiday stress
December 4, 2002
If that holly, jolly Christmas spirit hasn’t set in yet and you’re feeling overwhelmed with all that the holidays can mean, take a deep breath and relax.