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Afternoon Academy kicks off next week
February 4, 2004
Crafts, Spanish, chess and marshmallow shooters.
Obituary: Jane M. Lindvall
February 4, 2004
Jane M. Lindvall, formerly of Tonganoxie, died in Springfield, Va., on Oct. 29, 2003.
Obituary: Robert D. Swenson
February 4, 2004
Robert D. Swenson, 56, died Sunday, Feb.1, 2004, at the home where he was staying in Kansas City, Kan.
Letter to the editor: Help with program appreciated
February 4, 2004
MHS survives minus Gardner
February 4, 2004
McLouth found that it could survive Friday — even if scoring leader Isaac Gardner were on the bench.
Silver Lake highlights teams to be at next year’s tournament
February 4, 2004
Only 349 days remain until the 46th annual Tonganoxie Invitational.
THS avenges tourney loss
February 4, 2004
The Chieftain girls team made itself right at home in the warm and cozy Jefferson West High gymnasium.
Laundry opens: developer seeks fourth tenant for new building
February 4, 2004
Tonganoxie’s second coin-operated laundry opened last week.
Basehor road crews grapple with winter’s wrath
February 4, 2004
Old man winter continues to wreak havoc on the Basehor-Linwood School District as precipitation during the weekend caused the cancellation of classes again on Monday.
16-screen movie theater next to take stage in Village West
February 4, 2004
A $14 million movie theater is set to become the next major attraction inside the Village West entertainment and tourism district in Kansas City, Kan.
Our view: High school squad deserves high praise
February 4, 2004
The Tonganoxie High School debate squad is a remarkable group of young people.
Father sentenced for death of son, 11
February 4, 2004
A Missouri man has been sentenced in the death of his developmentally disabled son, whose body was found 17 months ago along the Kansas Turnpike.
Highway work slated for 2006
February 4, 2004
This summer, the Kansas Department of Transportation will begin ironing out the timetable for improvements to the interchange at U.S. Highway 24/40 and Kansas Highway 7 interchange.
Police discover ‘mobile meth lab’ in car
February 4, 2004
What began as a report that a customer tried to write a bad check at a Tonganoxie convenience store ended in what authorities believe was the capture of a mobile methamphetamine lab.
Obituary: Hyrum H. Huskey Sr.
1921-2004
February 4, 2004
A memorial service for Hyrum Hale Huskey Sr., 82, Mustang, Okla., will be at 11 a.m. Feb. 21, 2004, at Archie Baptist Church, Archie, Mo.
Obituary: Lisa Louise Gooch
February 4, 2004
No funeral services are planned for Lisa Louise Gooch, 43, Winchester, who died last Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2004, in Kansas City, Kan. Cremation is planned.
Obituary: Lida M. Bailey
1919-2004
February 4, 2004
Services for Lida M. Bailey, 84, Tonganoxie, were Saturday, Jan. 31, 2004, at Tonganoxie Christian Church. Burial was in Mount Muncie Cemetery in Leavenworth.
Winning streak continues for Tonganoxie debaters
February 4, 2004
Tonganoxie debaters swept up more wins at this year’s state tournament.
Tonganoxie Phil: Spring is in the offing
February 4, 2004
The skies over Tonganoxie brought something of a mixed message on Monday, Groundhog Day.
Winter exacts toll on city’s budget
February 4, 2004
For the fourth time this school year — on Monday — winter’s blasts cancelled classes.
Road fee decision scheduled Feb. 17
February 4, 2004
Diane Theno was hoping that she and her husband, Scott, could break ground for their new home in September.
Starcher nabs another gold, hits 30 wins
February 4, 2004
Ross Starcher needed to keep Santa Fe Trail’s Travis Eden in his grasp for just 30 seconds.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
February 4, 2004
Our winters and snow storms are sure not what they used to be” Agnes Kissinger said the other day, then tells of an experience she’s never forgotten. They lived in western Kansas, in Ellis County, where sudden storms could come with no warning. So there was a rule in the event of a storm, “Keep the kids safe at school, regardless.”
Jubilation at Jeff West
Chieftain boys rally in double overtime thriller against Tigers
February 4, 2004
Once, twice, three times a comeback.
Couple switch branch of service
After stint in Marines, Tonganoxie residents enlist in U.S. Air Force
February 4, 2004
After two years of civilian life, former U.S. Marines Shannon and Ray Phillips have decided to enlist again.
Remember when: A community review
February 4, 2004
Shouts and Murmurs: In this case, it’s not refundable
February 4, 2004
It appears that in the future, at least if Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has her way, Kansas may be leaning more and more heavily on gambling to prop up the state’s budget.