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Shouts and Murmurs: Good news sent from the front
April 30, 2003
Tonganoxie first-graders had no way of knowing their six care packages would reach U.S. service men and women so quickly. The students collected miscellaneous items, and wrote letters to those who are serving in the Middle East. They mailed the boxes earlier this month.
Santa Fe Trail sweeps Tonganoxie baseball
April 30, 2003
Highly touted pitcher Rob Musgrave didn’t pitch for Santa Fe Trail, but the Chargers still erupted for a doubleheader sweep of Tonganoxie on Monday.
Seventh-graders take triangular at Lansing
April 30, 2003
Tonganoxie’s seventh-grade boys track team won a triangular April 17 in Lansing, while the eighth-grade team took second in its class.
Junior High girls track easily wins De Soto meet
April 30, 2003
With six first-place finishes in both seventh and eighth grade, the Tonganoxie Junior High girls track team won the team titles for both grades April 10 at Lexington Trails in De Soto.
Warriors compete in soggy meet
April 30, 2003
Rain shortened the Tonganoxie Junior High track meet last Wednesday, but the Warriors seventh-graders won the condensed version.
Good Shepherd applauds volunteers
April 30, 2003
It’s the residents of Tonganoxie and surrounding communities who keep the thrift shop going.
Getting a workout
Youngsters accompany parents to work
April 30, 2003
Sara and Shelby Heskett took some time away from school Thursday, but they learned a lot.
Firm to audit library’s finances
April 30, 2003
The Tonganoxie Public Library has contracted with a Lawrence auditing firm to review the library’s financial records.
Ex-clerk repays $15,000
April 30, 2003
Claiming she suffers from a psychiatric disorder, a former Basehor employee apologized on Friday for defrauding the city.
Elsie Louise Louth
April 30, 2003
A private, family memorial service was held for Elsie Louise Louth, 93, Sedo-Woolley, Wash. Burial will be in Fall Creek Cemetery near Jarbalo.
Obituary: Jack Kendrick
April 30, 2003
So long, city hall
Longtime Tonganoxie employee will miss ‘the people part’ after she retires
April 30, 2003
During more than 30 years, Karen Daniels has watched people come and go from city hall — 40 city council members and six mayors, including the current council.
Trial date set in city lawsuit
Jury trial scheduled for March 2004
April 30, 2003
A trial has been scheduled for March 2004 in a federal lawsuit filed against the city of Tonganoxie by owners of three downtown businesses.
McLouth festival salutes modern-day patriots
April 30, 2003
Three-year-old Travis Bartlett took every ride he could on the Liberty Carousel at Saturday’s Patriots’ Day celebration in McLouth.
Remember When: A Community Review
April 30, 2003
Lower scores keep coming in golfers’ second season
April 30, 2003
A gorgeous day set the scene for a record-setting Tonganoxie High golf outing.
Boys roll, girls take third at Eudora Relays
April 30, 2003
Andrew Miller literally took a few steps forward Friday at the Eudora Relays.