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Remember when: A community review
December 18, 2003
Warrior basketball team ends year with 13-1 mark
December 18, 2003
Tonganoxie Junior High finished its eighth-grade girls basketball season by winning the Piper tournament last week. The Warriors finished the season at 13-1.
Our view: The reasons to shop locally are many
December 18, 2003
As the jingle bells ring-ring-a-ling, signaling the approaching holiday, it’s important to think about whether local cash registers are ringing this holiday season.
Four people hurt in head-on collision
December 18, 2003
A head-on collision Friday on Kansas Highway 16 sent four local residents to Kansas City area hospitals by air ambulances.
Citations issued to deer hunters
December 18, 2003
Kansas Wildlife and Parks officers issued four citations on Dec. 6 to deer hunters in Leavenworth County, according to Glenn Cannizzaro, wildlife and parks conservation officer for the area.
Obituary: Connie L. Hedgepath
December 18, 2003
Services for Connie L. Hedgepath, 63, McLouth, were Sunday, Dec. 14, 2003, at the McLouth Church of the Nazarene in McLouth. Burial was in the McLouth Cemetery.
Flu persists in schools; nurse eager for holidays
December 18, 2003
It appears the illnesses that have been floating through Tonganoxie are infecting more elementary school students.
Powder company still planning move to Tonganoxie-area site
December 18, 2003
A Shawnee firm’s plans to construct a distribution center at a site about three miles east of Tonganoxie have been stalled for the past few months. But they should get back on track soon, a company official said.
Sunday afternoon concert pleases crowd in Basehor
December 18, 2003
Using basketball slang, you could walk away from a Christmas concert Sunday afternoon in Basehor saying the Kansas Army National Guard Band has some serious game.
Chieftains place six wrestlers in Eudora; team finishes seventh
December 18, 2003
What one Starcher brother does, the other is sure to follow.
Tonganoxie girls falter against Chanute
December 18, 2003
Tonganoxie played eventual Anderson County Invitational champ Burlington to its closest contest during the early season tournament last week.
THS snags first victory
Weather forces Tonganoxie to postpone St. Mary’s game
December 18, 2003
Hot starts don’t always translate into victories.
Judge delays hearing on probation revocation
December 18, 2003
A district court judge has continued a hearing until January on whether to revoke a former Basehor city employee’s probation.
Tonganoxie Scout earns highest honor
December 18, 2003
Tonganoxie Girl Scout Marsha Cox is about to achieve the highest award a Girl Scout can earn.
Townhomes for seniors planned
December 18, 2003
The plans are nearly set for Tonganoxie developer Mark Himpel to start work on Fall Creek Villas.
Complex targets low-income elderly
December 18, 2003
Plans are still under way for construction of Tonganoxie Sundance, a low-income housing development for people who are 55 and older.
Life with ‘The Small Side’
Miniature horses provide plenty of fodder for cartoon ideas
December 18, 2003
Just in time for Christmas, “The Small Side” is hot off the press.
City council takes up pay raises
Discussion centers on merit , cost-of-living increases for 2004
December 18, 2003
Some Tonganoxie City Council members are concerned about giving salary increases to city employees for 2004.
All on a snowy Tonganoxie day
December 18, 2003
sprained an ankle. By then, they were just about ready to come inside and settle down for the proverbial long winter’s nap.