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Chinstraps and Mouthpieces: Negro League tribute puts incing on Royal weekend
July 2, 2003
After the Cardinals and Royals played part two of the I-70 series last weekend in Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City can stick its chest out with pride and once again proclaim itself as a baseball town.
Duo’s soap-making venture leads to Tonganoxie storefront
July 2, 2003
Three years ago, Lana Howe and Kathy Owens never expected to land their business in Tonganoxie.
Construction under way on gas station
July 2, 2003
Site preparation work is under way on a convenience store planned on U.S. Highway 24-40 at the entrance to Stone Creek residential development.
Contributions of business owners lauded at luncheon
July 2, 2003
The achievements of numerous businesses in Leavenworth County were applauded last week during a luncheon hosted by Leavenworth Area Development.
Ag agent prepares for new position
Official duties start with fair
July 2, 2003
Back in the 1970s, Leon Stites knew he wanted to work as an agriculture agent.
Looking good
In contrast with last two years, county’s corn and wheat crops robust
July 2, 2003
The third year just might be the charm. At least Leavenworth County farmers hope so.
Camps keep gymnasium in session
July 2, 2003
The sounds of basketballs bouncing and shoes squeaking filled the Phil Lobb Gymnasium last week in Tonganoxie like an impromptu concert.
Our view: Businesses deserve recognition for work
July 2, 2003
Last Thursday, about 120 people gathered at the Leavenworth Country Club to pay tribute to businesses in Leavenworth County.
Stolen van recovered
July 2, 2003
A Midwest Carpet Center van that was stolen last week was recovered Monday morning in Wyandotte County.
Men ordered to trial in burglary, chase
July 2, 2003
Two Kansas City, Kan., men have been ordered to stand trial in connection with a burglary and theft June 12 in the 18000 block of Linwood Road.
City group to consider rezoning
July 2, 2003
The Tonganoxie Planning Commission is scheduled to consider tonight a rezoning request for 5.25 acres that would allow a multifamily development on the west side of Smiley Road, north of Hatchell.
Work planned on Stranger Creek bank
July 2, 2003
A chance comment led to the donation of a $1,000 camera to the Stranger Township Fire Department.
Fireworks sales kick off today
July 2, 2003
The skies over Tonganoxie will light up this week — but not legally until Thursday.