Archive for Thursday, January 15, 2004

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McLouth woman’s book urges respect toward all creatures
January 15, 2004
To those who’ve seen the ubiquitous “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series of inspirational books, Judy Carman, of McLouth, offers an alternative.
District seeks more classrooms at TES to accommodate growth
January 15, 2004
School administrators and board members talked Monday night about renovating the elementary school’s maintenance building to create additional classroom space.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
January 15, 2004
Remember to close zippers before laundering to keep the zipper from spreading and to keep the zipper in shape, to protect the teeth of the zipper, and to lengthen the life of the zipper.
FSB plans new bank in Basehor
January 15, 2004
One Basehor bank moving south of its current location could be joined by another in coming months.
County engineer’s contract not renewed
January 15, 2004
By the end of the month, Leavenworth County Commissioners may be looking for a new county engineer.
Letters to the editor: A guardian angel, Protecting man’s best friend
January 15, 2004
Grade school program fosters character
January 15, 2004
During a recent lunch hour at Tonganoxie Elementary School, students be-bopped their way into the cafeteria.
Major change: Girls join boys in Tonganoxie’s annual tourney
January 15, 2004
The tradition-rich Tonganoxie Invitational will receive a face-lift this year.
An opportunity
Teacher looking for new challenges in retirement
January 15, 2004
As a little girl, if Sarah Kettler and her friends were playing school, Kettler always wanted to be the teacher.
Remember when: A community review
January 15, 2004
Gladys Hunter celebrated her 100th birthday Sunday, Dec. 19, with an open house at the Christian Church. She greeted nearly 200 friends and relatives, including her two children, eight of nine grandchildren and nine of 10 great-grandchildren. Gladys has lived in the Tonganoxie community for more than 70 years. (Picture)
Shouts and Murmurs: The old hometown’s changing
January 15, 2004
With the start of each new year, we see a Tonganoxie that is different from the year before, and vastly different from a few years back.