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Morris can’t catapult Chieftains to Kaw Valley win
December 22, 2004
Michael Morris’ shoulders had to be sore after Friday’s basketball games against Bonner Springs.
Kansas, K-State to play at CommunityAmerica Ballpark
December 22, 2004
Kansas and Kansas State are two of four collegiate baseball teams competing in the inaugural Best of the Midwest Tournament on April 26 and 27 at CommunityAmerica Ballpark in Kansas City, Kan.
Morris’ big night can’t catapult Chieftains to Kaw Valley win
December 22, 2004
Michael Morris’ shoulders had to be sore after Friday’s basketball games against Bonner Springs.
Korb notches first collegiate start
December 22, 2004
Andrea Korb registered her first collegiate start Dec. 11 against St. Mary’s (Minn.) for Carleton College, an NCAA Division III school in Northfield, Minn.
St. Joseph’s mascot a way of life at Philadelphia university
December 22, 2004
Thanks to good fortune (certainly not preferred seating for my many donations to the Kansas University Athletic Corporation), I’ve attended most early-season Kansas basketball games in Allen Fieldhouse.
Wrestlers grapple at Goodland meet
December 22, 2004
Tonganoxie picked up some high-quality victories Saturday at the Goodland Tournament.
Girls get back on track with win against Braves
December 22, 2004
The first semester at Tonganoxie High is complete.
Letters to Santa Claus
December 22, 2004
Editor’s note: The Mirror newspaper has intercepted these letters to Santa Claus and then sent them onto the North Pole. The letters appear verbatim, with no editing. The artwork accompanied some of the letters.
Buffalo staying in their quarters
December 22, 2004
For a few days now, the buffalo have stayed put.
Marching Chieftains heading to Alamo Bowl
December 22, 2004
The Tonganoxie High School Marching Chieftains will catch an interesting college football game next Wednesday.
Shouts and Murmurs: The double joy of holiday baking
December 22, 2004
Baking biscotti is much like babysitting a toddler.
27 apply for city’s top job
City administrator post now vacant
December 22, 2004
Next week, Tonganoxie City Council members will sort through applicants for the now-vacant city administrator’s position.
Historical society volunteer earns honors
December 22, 2004
The Tonganoxie Historical Site gets better every year.
City attorney: Council did not violate law
December 22, 2004
The Tonganoxie city attorney said last week that city council members did not take action during an executive session on Dec. 13.
Downtown shopping evenings a hit with merchants
December 22, 2004
Lana Howe couldn’t be happier about the number of customers who visited Vintage Soap and Bath recently — thanks to a promotion by the Tonganoxie Chamber of Commerce.
Monthly event at public library caters to teenagers
December 22, 2004
Hey, man, can you dig the groovy vibes of the Teen Cafe?
Obituary: Rodney Louis Kleppe
1955-2004
December 22, 2004
Memorial services are pending for Rodney Louis Kleppe, 49, who died Dec. 2, 2004, at the Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix.
Longtime coach Phil Jeannin hanging up his whistle
December 22, 2004
If you’re out in Tonganoxie between the hours of 3 a.m. and 6 a.m., you just might spot Phil Jeannin.
Questions toss wrench into radio fund-raiser
Reservist faced 2002 criminal damages
December 22, 2004
A rural Lansing reservist who reported farm equipment stolen from his barn while he was away on duty had agreed to a diversion in a 2002 case in which he had been charged with felony possession of stolen property.
Memories of Christmas
60-year-old photograph helps forge transatlantic friendship
December 22, 2004
It wasn’t snowing that Christmas Eve in Corsica.