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Commissioner-elect’s resume extensive
November 4, 2004
Just because the office newly elected Clyde Graeber won Tuesday night doesn’t seem as lofty as some of his previous positions, that doesn’t mean it’s small potatoes. Graeber, voters’ candidate of choice for the Second District Leavenworth County Commission seat, certainly isn’t looking at the job as anything but a major responsibility.
$25.3 million school bond issue OK’d
November 4, 2004
Voters in the Tonganoxie school district on Tuesday clearly supported construction of a new middle school, which is part of a $25.3 million bond issue.
Sheriff-elect looking for a few good officers
November 4, 2004
Maj Dave Zoellner is eager for Jan. 10, so he can start making good on promises he made during his campaign for Leavenworth County sheriff.
Lawmaker from Lansing breezes through election
November 4, 2004
For most political candidates, Election Day is a 24-hour grind that requires practitioners to calm their nerves, exhibit patience and temper their anticipation.
Sacred Heart members on the move
November 4, 2004
Sunday marks a new day for the congregation of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Election returns: School bond issue passes
Oroke, Graeber elected to county commission
November 4, 2004
Voters in the Tonganoxie school district on Tuesday clearly supported construction of a new middle school, which is part of a $25.3 million bond issue.
Oroke eager for another term on county commission
November 4, 2004
The margin separating the vote totals of a local Republican and Democrat running for the third district Leavenworth County Commission was slim Tuesday night — maybe not Ohio slim — but the difference between winning and losing was close nonetheless.