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Water levels remain high
Springtime rains help fill Tonganoxie’s wells
June 9, 2004
Tonganoxie is two years removed from a water shortage that forced city officials to issue an outdoor watering ban.
Candidate pool grows as deadline approaches
June 9, 2004
The number of candidates on the Republican side of the race for Third District county commission seat is growing like a field of sunflowers on a bright Kansas day.
Annual festival kicking off this weekend
June 9, 2004
Gear up and get ready for the 19th annual Tonganoxie Days Festival scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
Remember When
A community review
June 9, 2004
A review from The Mirror’s files.
Nick’s story remains unfinished
June 9, 2004
A couple of months ago I noticed a “For Rent” sign in front of the rock house at the corner of Fifth and Church.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Column
June 9, 2004
Speaking of pot holders, Glenda Lietz said, “I’d like you to tell them about my favorite pot holder, the one that slips down over the skillet handle can’t slip can’t get away from you.”
Minister following new path
June 9, 2004
Ben Saathoff isn’t riding off into the sunset. But he is slowing down a bit.
Legion squad splits first series
June 9, 2004
After the first doubleheader of the American Legion baseball season, coach Andy Gilner knows his players must overcome the same downfall that plagued his Tonganoxie High team in the spring — baserunners need to find their way home.
Camping trip
High school coaches teach youngsters about basketball fundamentals
June 9, 2004
Youngsters at last week’s basketball camp received instruction, a basketball and even a nostalgic uniform.
Dafer School alums gather for reunion
June 9, 2004
Although there were times when fewer than five students attended the Dafer School, organizers of the annual school reunion were disappointed with the turnout for Saturday’s celebration in Basehor.
Obituary: Gabriel R. “Chino” Hernandez
1922-2004
June 9, 2004
A Mass of Christian Burial for Gabriel R. “Chino” Hernandez, 82, Lawrence, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 10, 2004, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Lawrence. Burial will be in Hubbel Hill Cemetery, Tonganoxie.
Parole board seeks public comment
June 9, 2004
The Kansas Parole Board will conduct public comment sessions this month for inmates who are entitled to a parole hearing in July.
Odd Couple’ performances set for July
June 9, 2004
The return of the Tonganoxie Community Theater truly will be a community event.
Swing into summer with annual festival
June 9, 2004
This weekend, Tonganoxie again will host its annual festival — Tonganoxie Days.
Basehor to host PRIDE team
June 9, 2004
A three-person evaluation team today visits Basehor as part of the annual PRIDE competition.
The Stepford Wives’ gets campy
(PG-13) **1/2
June 9, 2004
Before the advance press screening of “The Stepford Wives” in Kansas City, members of Ron McGee’s Late Night Theatre troupe performed a number from their musical of the same name. The company of female impersonators donned sun hats and sundresses while pushing around shopping carts during a lip-synched homage to the grocery scene from the original 1975 movie.
Chinstraps and mouthpieces
Horses and bees provide interests
June 9, 2004
For David Tidmarsh, his victory last Wednesday could be summed up in one word — autochthonous.