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Remember When: A Community Review
April 23, 2003
Hail to old KU
McLouth’s Edmonds signs with Jayhawks in track
April 23, 2003
Lawrence sure is a few miles of asphalt closer for Courtney Edmonds.
Softball, baseball teams set for TV debut
April 23, 2003
It’s difficult to contain my excitement, but the NBA playoffs are here.
Chinstraps and Mouthpieces: NBA basketball: it’s, well, perhaps a little fantastic
April 23, 2003
It’s difficult to contain my excitement, but the NBA playoffs are here.
Letter: Problems on county roads
April 23, 2003
Shouts and Murmurs: Home’s the place you want to be
April 23, 2003
Home for all creatures, and home for all people, is different.
Police probe misuse of libary funds
April 23, 2003
The director of the Tonganoxie Public Library has resigned, in the wake of a police investigation into alleged misuse of library funds.
State lake targeted by vandals
April 23, 2003
At the Leavenworth State Fishing Lake, everyone’s been catching a lot of crappie, said Larry Lentz, manager.
Obituary: Edward W. Maness
1918-2003
April 23, 2003
Services for Edward W. Maness Sr., 84, Tonganoxie, will be at 2 p.m. today, April 23, 2003, at Quisenberry Chapel in Tonganoxie. Private burial is planned at the National Cemetery in Leavenworth.
Obituary: James E. Baker
1937-2003
April 23, 2003
Services for James E. Baker 65, Tonganoxie, were Tuesday, April 22, 2003, at Quisenberry Funeral Home, Tonganoxie. Burial was in Hubbel Hill Cemetery, Tonganoxie.
In good company
Like Kansas, area states grapple with budget deficits
April 23, 2003
Kansas isn’t alone in its budget mess. Most states are facing large and growing budget gaps.
Privacy laws mean additional paperwork
April 23, 2003
Nobody’s hollered yet about the new form they’ve been asked to sign at Holst Pharmacy.
The good Dr. Stevens
April 23, 2003
Dr. Phil Stevens, 75, has been patching up and prescribing for the folks of Tonganoxie and the southern half of Leavenworth County since he arrived here by bus nearly 50 years ago. Most can’t remember when he wasn’t here and many can’t imagine life without him.
Chieftain girls breeze to team title; boys take second without Norris, Miller
April 23, 2003
Friday turned out to be a decent day for a track meet.