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Hippology team headed to nationals
February 26, 2003
Most people probably don’t have a clue what the word “hippology” means.
Remember when: a community review
February 26, 2003
Letters to the editor: Write to legislators about school; Residency requirement; Agreessive dogs
February 26, 2003
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
February 26, 2003
She had been searching for a pattern for the crazy quilt. There never really was any pattern for them. They actually were begun back in those days when no one wasted anything. They used beautiful scraps, bits and pieces of fine and colorful fabrics. Cloth from firmly woven neckties, velvets, brocades and such were favorites, and were saved-up for quilts, pillows and throws.
Plea still expected in case
February 26, 2003
Resolution of a criminal case against a former city of Basehor employee will have to wait until March, according to officials in the Leavenworth County district attorney’s office.
Dental office helps area children
February 26, 2003
A McLouth dentist wants to make it easier to treat kids for free.
Obituary: Rev. Edward E. Hobby
February 26, 2003
Services for the Rev. Edward E. Hobby, pastor emeritus of the First Baptist Church, Tonganoxie were Saturday, Feb. 22, 2003, at First Baptist Church, Kansas City, Kan. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery, Kansas City, Kan.
Obituary: Urban Joseph Hess
1911-2003
February 26, 2003
Services for Urban Joseph Hess, 91, Shawnee, were Monday, Feb. 24, 2002, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Shawnee. Entombment was planned at Resurrection Cemetery Mausoleum.
Girls Tonganoxie Invitational taking shape with six teams
February 26, 2003
The girls edition of the Tonganoxie Invitational Tournament is taking shape for next year.
Courting the state
Tonganoxie firm hopes to fill portion of state workers’ perscription needs
February 26, 2003
A Tonganoxie pharmaceutical firm could see some major growth, if a plan that’s just in the beginning stages pans out.
Couple eager to cultivate farm market at old depot
February 26, 2003
A Tonganoxie couple plans this spring to transform the former Tonganoxie railroad depot into a colorful farmers’ market, complete with crafts and fresh produce.
Opry owner plans to sell nightspot
Eudora couple hope to buy business
February 26, 2003
Glen Smith, whose downtown Tonganoxie nightspot often is filled to the brim on Saturday nights, is retiring.
Lions smother THS for season sweep
February 26, 2003
Tonganoxie High met its most familiar foe again Friday, but Lansing handed the Chieftains a third disheartening defeat this season.
Girls fend off Lansing scare
February 26, 2003
Randy Kraft’s girls basketball squad was on a roll Friday against Lansing.
KVL members discuss joining new leagues in upcoming seasons
February 26, 2003
The Kaw Valley League might undergo yet another makeover, but the change could take some time.
Riddle me this; Riddle me that
February 26, 2003
Welcome back, Mr. Riddle.