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After win 20 years ago, Oroke again seeking commission seat
June 16, 2004
Twenty years ago, Dean Oroke was elected to the Leavenworth County Commission.
City ban on Rottweilers stands
June 16, 2004
It was an argument over heredity vs. environment.
Special education co-op runs short on year-end funds
June 16, 2004
There’s nothing like getting an unexpected bill when a budget’s already tight.
Liquor store owner requests Sunday sales
June 16, 2004
It’s a matter of economics.
City council says ‘no’ to ATVs
June 16, 2004
After considerable debate Monday night, Tonganoxie City Council members approved a ban on the operation of all-terrain vehicles in the city limits — except with a permit.
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Panel undertaking important road work
June 16, 2004
A group of Leavenworth Area Development members is looking at transportation in Leavenworth County.
Couple recall Reagan years
June 16, 2004
A Tonganoxie couple that watched every moment of the funeral proceedings for President Ronald Reagan last week had a special reason for doing so.
Tonganoxie community band warming up for annual concert
June 16, 2004
Local residents can get a jump start on Fourth of July weekend with hamburgers, hot dogs and music June 29 at VFW park.
Norris clinches 10K at Tonganoxie Days
June 16, 2004
Age didn’t seem to be a factor at Saturday’s Friends of the Library 10K run in Tonganoxie.
Sparks sees time on field at baseball all-star game
June 16, 2004
Derek Sparks made a brief appearance in the eighth annual Border Battle last week at Rockhurst University.
Camp, set, spike
THS volleyball coach brings top area stars to town for day clinic
June 16, 2004
Baldwin’s Emily Brown will face some of the top teams in Division 1 volleyball when she begins her career at Kansas this fall under KU coach Ray Bechard.
Two Basehor area Republicans jump into race for commission
June 16, 2004
Two Republican candidates beat last Thursday’s filing deadline in announcing candidacy for the Third District Leavenworth County Commission seat, bringing the total number of Republican candidates to six.
City turns out to celebrate at festival
June 16, 2004
Another Tonganoxie Days celebration dawned early.
McLouth dentist finds dream office in century-old farmhouse
June 16, 2004
The century-old two-story brick farmhouse finally has a new life.
Children have fun learning at Summer Enrichment Academy
June 16, 2004
For 7-year-old Callie Grinter, learning about turtles and other marine life is the most exciting part of her summer school class.
Remember when: A community review
June 16, 2004
In the June 9 edition of The Mirror, there is an error in the 75 years ago section of my column, Remember When. The corrected version should read, “Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quisenberry announce the birth of a daughter May 10, 1929.” This is completely my own error, not the staff of the Mirror.