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County official reviewing laws on petitions
Concerns arise on signatures protesting Sunday liquor sales
November 5, 2003
Carol Bradbury was busy last month collecting signatures.
Students grapple with bullying
Parents disappointed by response from school district
November 5, 2003
Debby Reed is tired of the bullying.
Remember when: A community review
November 5, 2003
Junior high girls teams hit hardwood
November 5, 2003
The Tonganoxie Junior High seventh-grade girls basketball teams opened their seasons last week with six games.
Warriors basketball season underway
November 5, 2003
McLouth’s volleyball stops at substate
November 5, 2003
McLouth was host to a Class 2A substate volleyball tournament Saturday, but the Bulldogs couldn’t take advantage of the home court.
Driver to be cited for leaving accident
November 5, 2003
Leavenworth County sheriff’s officers plan to cite the driver in an accident that resulted in the death of a 22-year-old Basehor man.
Chieftains stumble against Atchison
November 5, 2003
Tonganoxie fans huddled in bunches at aging Amelia Earhart Field, bracing themselves as the sharp air numbed their toes, fingers and noses Tuesday night in Atchison.
Baldwin falls one short of state dreams
November 5, 2003
Baldwin just missed its first state title in school history.
Goebel plans to visit with wrestlers
November 5, 2003
Tonganoxie wrestling coach Jeremy Goebel will be back in Tonganoxie next week, but it won’t be an extended stay.
Chieftains gain experience
November 5, 2003
Different year, same conditions.
Jeannin recognized as athletic scholar
November 5, 2003
Juggling athletics practice, books and games can be hard act to pull off, especially in the spring when Katie Jeannin competes in both track and softball.
Scarlett lifts McLouth to fourth at state
November 5, 2003
The state cross country course seemed faster Saturday for Matt Scarlett than it was a year ago.
Investigators to conduct interviews about blaze
November 5, 2003
A probe into whether a fire that destroyed a Tonganoxie home in late September was intentionally set will take investigators nearly 100 miles west this week, to Manhattan.
Our view: Are our schools safe for our children?
November 5, 2003
Everyone knows one. Or perhaps they were one themselves.
For new director, visibility is key
November 5, 2003
After serving as interim administrator of the Leavenworth County Health Department three times, nurse Sylvia Burns is now the official director.
Tonganoxie natives leap into yell-leading roles on KU spirit squad
November 5, 2003
Jake Dornbrack didn’t run track at Tonganoxie High but he does run track at the University of Kansas.
THS routs Lansing, 41-0
November 5, 2003
Zach Ditty was yet another banged-up running back on the Tonganoxie roster.
Downtown dwellers
Tonganoxie residents who live on Fourth Street enjoy their digs
November 5, 2003
For Sandy Bichelmeyer, the joy of living above her business starts first thing in the morning.
Author reveals techniques to students
November 5, 2003
Tonganoxie Junior High students had a taste of Halloween early this year.
Shouts and Murmurs — Kansas: A state that’s divided
November 5, 2003
An Associated Press story this week highlighted the difference between the economy in rural and urban Kansas.