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Duty calls
Tonganoxie teacher-coach leaves Saturday for active duty with Army National Guard
February 5, 2003
It’s been Jeremy Goebel’s position the last three months to oversee the Tonganoxie High wrestling program.
Students share animals at celebration
February 5, 2003
Early Friday morning, Tonganoxie FFA members loaded up their livestock and headed to the fort.
Athletics director seeks girls tourney for 2004 season
February 5, 2003
The guest list for the Tonganoxie Invitational Tournament could get longer in the coming years.
Wrestlers fifth at Baldwin Invitational
February 5, 2003
He didn’t know it at the time, but Saturday’s Baldwin Invitational basically was Jeremy Goebel’s state tournament.
Teams serve nearly 300 at kitchen
February 5, 2003
Tonganoxie High School’s basketball assist statistics took a different form last weekend as players and coaches volunteered at a food kitchen in Kansas City, Kan.
Chieftains fizzle in second half
Raiders erupt late for 10-point win; Tonganoxie drops third straight
February 5, 2003
A win against one of the Kaw Valley League’s top teams would have healed a slumping team.
School patrons asked to vote again on bonds
February 5, 2003
On April 1, Basehor-Linwood school district patrons will be asked again to approve a $29.9 million bond issue.
Retail center on target for highway
Dollar General, video rental included in plans
February 5, 2003
By late summer, Tonganoxie residents could have a few more shopping opportunities, including a Dollar General store and a video rental business.
Obituary: Claire Edith Walden Engle
February 5, 2003
No services are planned for Claire Edith Walden Engle, 100, Tonganoxie, who died Thursday, Jan. 30, 2003, at her home.
Obituary: Helen Claggett Funkhouser
February 5, 2003
Helen Claggett Funkhouser, 99, Baldwin, formerly of Tonganoxie, died Sunday, Feb. 2, 2003, at Baldwin Care Center, Baldwin. No services are planned, and Mrs. Funkhouser donated her body to the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Remember When
A community review
February 5, 2003
A historical look from the files of The Mirror.
The joys of simple diversions
February 5, 2003
It’s a bluegrass night at Doc and Bruties where on Wednesday nights pickle pizza is only one of the house specialties. Doc and Bruties is a De Soto restaurant owned by Denny Hougham and George Mills, who is a lifelong Tonganoxie resident. The duo also own and operate the Basehor branch of Doc and Bruties, which is set to reopen in downtown Basehor by late February.
Incompatibility blocks family offers to donate kidneys
February 5, 2003
When Mary Ann Allen learned she would need a new kidney, three relatives — Allen’s daughter and two grandchildren — stepped up to donate.
A special Valentine’s Day gift
February 5, 2003
Michael Kelly put his arm around his wife’s waist and smiled his wide bright-eyed boyish grin.