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Chieftains advance to regionals
November 3, 2004
On arguably the biggest election night in years, the Tonganoxie football team’s playoff game looked in the first half to be a down-to-the-wire race.
Obituary: Forrest T. Kindle
November 3, 2004
Private funeral services and burial are planned for Forrest T. Kindle, 63, Basehor, who died Saturday, Oct. 30, 2004, at his home.
Newspaper to launch in Lansing
November 3, 2004
Lansing soon will have its own newspaper.
New time for kickoff of Tonganoxie-Hayden game; directions to stadium
Game starts at 2:30 p.m.
November 3, 2004
Saturday’s Tonganoxie-Hayden football playoff game has been set for 2:30 p.m. in Topeka — a half-hour earlier than the time originally agreed to, THS athletics director Brandon Parker said Thursday.
A lesson in democracy
Tonganoxie Elementary teacher encourages third-graders to ‘feel’ election
November 3, 2004
Ian Finkbiner entered the blue and white star-covered voting booth and emerged, smiling.
Warrior girls open campaign with split
November 3, 2004
The Tonganoxie seventh-grade junior high basketball team opened its 2004 season by winning Oct. 25 against Eudora by a 16-7 score.
Bulldogs drop heartbreaker in season finale
November 3, 2004
An eventful first half Thursday turned into a more uneventful second half at McLouth.
Louisburg ends THS soccer year
November 3, 2004
Louisburg’s record coming into regionals was decent.
Bulldogs bounce back at state, take fifth in 3A
November 3, 2004
The McLouth girls cross country team accomplished its mission at Saturday’s Class 3A cross country meet in Wamego.
Kolman snags medal at Wamego
Knee injury forces Weller to bow out of girls race prematurely
November 3, 2004
Andy Kolman did the Dew after Saturday’s Class 4A race at the state cross country championships in Wamego.
Former McLouth minister sentenced
November 3, 2004
A former McLouth minister last week was sentenced to 15 years in a Missouri prison, after pleading guilty to molesting teen-age boys.
Tonganoxie clerk accepted into academy
November 3, 2004
Tonganoxie’s city clerk has been named a member in the Master Municipal Clerk Academy Program of the Inter-national Institute of Municipal Clerks.
K-32 bridge scheduled to start next week
November 3, 2004
Rain has delayed the start of construction on a bridge over Stranger Creek along Kansas Highway 32 just east of Linwood.
Our view: Krull served city well during tenure
November 3, 2004
A good one’s getting away.
Obituary: Betty Irene Holmes
November 3, 2004
Memorial services for Betty Irene Holmes, 80, Linwood, will be at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004, at Quisenberry Funeral Home in Tonganoxie, where a family reception will follow. Private inurnment is planned at Mount Sidney Cemetery, Linwood.
Obituary: Carroll Dean Harker
November 3, 2004
Services for Carroll Dean Harker, 71, McLouth, will be at 11 a.m. today, Nov. 3, 2004, at McLouth United Methodist Church. Burial will be in McLouth Cemetery.
THS completes district sweep on Senior Night
November 3, 2004
This wasn’t the ideal way for Tonganoxie to finish the regular season.
Aunt Norie’s sewing room
November 3, 2004
Mom, look — a coat of many colors,” Leslie’s little 4-year-old exclaimed so excitedly. One of today’s fashion creations had just walked by.
Deer crossing
Accident race climbing in Leavenworth County
November 3, 2004
It was a startling experience.
Remember when: A community review
November 3, 2004
Shouts and Murmurs: Chief takes up place in new home
November 3, 2004
It was with relief and regret that I watched chainsaw artist Russell Ehart cut the statue of “Chief Tonganoxie” off its base.