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Back in charge of the KVL
THS boys capture second league title in three years with home victory
May 19, 2004
Tonganoxie is back at its perch atop the Kaw Valley League boys track world.
City offering auto bill payment
May 19, 2004
Paying the city’s water bill will be easier than ever.
Senior earns $150,000 ROTC scholarship
May 19, 2004
Michelle McWilliams will be sibling No. 4 to make her way to the Navy.
Church’s future rests ‘in God’s hands’
May 19, 2004
Silence engulfs the old Friends Church.
Sticker shock
land prices soar near 24-40 corridor
May 19, 2004
The land rush is on.
THS bids farewell to seniors
124 grads receive diplomas
May 19, 2004
Another version of “Friends” ended its 13-year run Saturday in Tonganoxie.
Remember when: A community review
May 19, 2004
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
May 19, 2004
This from a busy mom:
Tonganoxie golfer misses state tourney
May 19, 2004
Cody Sims once again almost put his name on a state tournament scorecard, but the Tonganoxie golfer narrowly missed a shot at next week’s tourney in Emporia.
Chieftains nearly pull out upset
May 19, 2004
Opposites met in the middle Monday in Eudora.
Track meet provides photo-finish feeling
May 19, 2004
And the winner is … .
Cyclones halt year for Chieftain softball
May 19, 2004
The Chieftains watched as one of their seniors abruptly ended her prep career. A few innings later, the team watched as Bishop-Ward players celebrated a regional victory.
Longtime area Realtor calls recent development ‘absolutely amazing’
May 19, 2004
The Tonganoxie-Basehor area’s land rush has just begun, said Leavenworth Realtor Francis Thorne.
Women collecting school supplies for project
May 19, 2004
What started as a helpful hand on a class project has grown into an ongoing artistic gift for Peachez Joles.
Drawings become graduation tradition
May 19, 2004
What started as a helpful hand on a class project has grown into an ongoing artistic gift for Peachez Joles.
Bank opens new branch in Basehor
May 19, 2004
Employees and customers alike have settled into the new, permanent digs at Community National Bank in Basehor.
Our view
Congratulations, THS graduates
May 19, 2004
It’s not easy saying goodbye. But as we grow older, the goodbyes become more frequent.
Evaluation under way on suspect in murder
May 19, 2004
A Lansing man, charged in the drowning death of his estranged wife, is undergoing a mental evaluation.
Community theater making return run
Youngsters to be paid through grant for work on “The Odd Couple”
May 19, 2004
The Tonganoxie Community Theater is back.
Obituary: K Rondell Cooper
1929-2004
May 19, 2004
Services for K. Rondell Cooper, 74, Tonganoxie, were Monday, May 17, 2004, at West Haven Baptist Church in Tonganoxie. Burial was on Tuesday in the Palco Cemetery in Palco.
City attorney leaving post after 27 years
May 19, 2004
After 27 years of offering legal advice to Tonganoxie city officials, Mike Crow is calling it quits.
City council members discuss changes at library
May 19, 2004
The former president of the Tonganoxie library board said last week that he takes full responsibility for embezzlement of library funds by the previous director.
Letters to the editor
Tonganoxie Alumni Banquet,” “Where’s the skate park?”
May 19, 2004
10-year-old area boy dies in train accident
May 19, 2004
Students and faculty at Glenwood Ridge Elementary School are trying to “maintain normalcy as much as possible” this week as they cope with the death of a fourth-grade student.