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Law protects landlords from billing
Landlords no longer repsonsible for delinquent utility bills
July 21, 2004
McLouth landlords no longer will be left footing the bill for their renters’ unpaid water and sewer services.
Help wanted
County election officials report shortage of primary workers
July 21, 2004
Guessing people are turned off by long hours and difficulty missing a day of work, some area county election offices are coming up a bit short on poll workers this year. Though the shortage isn’t drastic, officers in Leavenworth, Wyandotte and Johnson counties all say they could use a few more warm bodies to run the upcoming primary elections on Aug. 3.
Chieftains anticipating new places, new faces
July 21, 2004
Depending on which sport they’re watching, Tonganoxie High fans could see some new destinations and plenty of fresh opponents.
Aunt Norie’s Sweeting Room
July 21, 2004
Winnie G., a mother and grandmother, shares with us an old yellowed Ann Landers column. Ann had titled it “They’ll grow up in no time.”
Master gardners brighten local landscape
July 21, 2004
At Magnatech Park, summer is in full bloom.
Shouts and murmurs
Old piano tuned up for new life
July 21, 2004
It’s an old upright piano, the kind you’d expect to see in Miss Kitty’s saloon in a rerun of “Gunsmoke.”
Obiturary: Ida Nona Bonine
July 21, 2004
Services for Ida Nona Bonine, 93, Tonganoxie, will be at 10 a.m. today, July 21, 2004, at the First Christian Church in Parsons. Burial will be in East Hill Cemetery in Erie, Kan.
Robert Wayne Combs
July 21, 2004
Services for Robert Wayne Combs, 62, Tonganoxie, were Saturday, July 17, 2004, at Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home in Kansas City, Kan. Burial was in Chapel-Hill Cemetery.
Two businesses filling up commercial space on 24-40
Dry cleaners, sandwich shop to open next month
July 21, 2004
In recent week’s, Tonganoxie’s business activity has been changing.
City mill rate likely to drop next year
July 21, 2004
Although it will need final approval at an upcoming council meeting, Tonganoxie’s mill levy likely will be set at 33.756.
City to help finance new spec building in Urban Hess
July 21, 2004
The Tonganoxie City Council would like another building in the Urban Hess Business Center, and they’re willing to put some money toward it.
Fighting for Alene
Woman working to change ambulance protocol
July 21, 2004
If not for the wisdom of 8-year-old Logan Potts, the death of his grandmother, Alene Wilson, might have been a mournful procession rather than a celebration of life. Instead of tears, Logan felt family members gathered near his grandmother’s deathbed should rejoice by commemorating her entry into heaven.
Post 41 riding another streak
Legion team is 18-6
July 21, 2004
Geiger snapped an eight-game winning streak last week for the Tonganoxie Post 41 American Legion team.
Remember when: A community review
July 21, 2004