Archive for Wednesday, March 6, 2002

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Losing my mind and other stuff
March 6, 2002
I used to be able to remember things. You would never be able to tell it now.
The Record
March 6, 2002
Population hikes take toll on volunteer firefighters
March 6, 2002
Increasingly, Leavenworth County’s volunteer firefighters are torn between home life and volunteer work.
Remember When: a community review 3-6-2002
March 6, 2002
Ground-breaking set for child-care center
Construction to start soon in McLouth
March 6, 2002
A program three years in the making will be one step closer to reality on Saturday.
Chieftain Singers plan trip
March 6, 2002
The Chieftain Singers are taking their talents on the road at least for a couple of days.
THS boys’ basketball run becomes memorable ride
March 6, 2002
Huey Lewis once sang: “The power of love is a curious thing makes one man weep, makes another man sing.”
Freshman girls capture perfect 20-0 campaign
March 6, 2002
The 1972 Miami Dolphins. The 1976 Indiana Hoosiers. The 2002 Tonganoxie freshman girls team?
Team practices in Phog
March 6, 2002
Three days after the close of the Kansas Jayhawks’ home season, some unfamiliar shoes stepped onto James Naismith Court in Allen Fieldhouse.
Heartbreak in Hiawatha
THS, though, earns its first winning season since 1992
March 6, 2002
Tonganoxie had everything it wanted Saturday going into its Sub-state championship game against Atchison in Hiawatha.
Letter/Getting involved
March 6, 2002
Johnson County, Kansas, has always been regarded as a safe community in which to live. In the last two weeks, grade school children walking home from school, in two separate incidents, were lured to strangers in vehicles intent upon snatching them. Thankfully, the children were intelligent enough to run off and report to school officials.
Memento purchase sends bad message
March 6, 2002
Recent news reports about Kansas legislators receiving commemorative glass paperweights of the state Capitol should raise eyebrows.
Couple buy former bank building
March 6, 2002
The former Community National Bank building, at the corner of Fourth and Delaware, has been sold.
Multi-media innovations
March 6, 2002
Tonganoxie Junior High School students have made it easier for new residents to decide where to send their children to school by creating a brochure advertising what TJHS has to offer.
Skunk bites girl, father
March 6, 2002
A rural Leavenworth County resident and his young daughter recently were bit by a rabid skunk and now are undergoing treatment for prevention of rabies, according to sheriff’s Major Dave Zoellner.
Obituary/Richard O. Carey
1916-2002
March 6, 2002
Services for Richard O. Carey, 85, formerly of Ozawkie, will be at 1 p.m. today, March 6, 2002, at Quisenberry Funeral Home in Tonganoxie. Burial will follow in Pleasant View Cemetery, Oskaloosa.
Firefighters focus on Sunday show
March 6, 2002
Fire departments in Lansing, Easton and Springdale could be in a CBS television program that airs at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Details set for Tonganoxie’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities
March 6, 2002
St. Patrick’s Day is fewer than two weeks away, and Tonganoxie’s observance of the holiday once again will include painting the town green.
Music fund-raiser concludes Tuesday
March 6, 2002
Tonganoxie music students are continuing to sell newspaper subscriptions to help them finance upcoming trips.
Fewer meth labs discovered in county
March 6, 2002
Leavenworth County is bucking a statewide trend.
County’s property valuations increase
March 6, 2002
Leavenworth County’s appraiser is surprised that the housing market held up following terrorists’ attacks against the U.S. last September.
Community National to open Basehor bank
March 6, 2002
Community National Bank is expanding its operations to Basehor, and a Tonganoxie woman will lead the charge.