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Remember when: A community review
November 23, 2004
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
November 23, 2004
As you are doing all of that Christmas sewing, don’t forget a friend or relative in the nursing home. That remnant of wool or soft fleecy warm fabric might be just right for a cozy warm shawl or wrap for someone on your Christmas list.
Letter to the editor: Election retrospective
November 23, 2004
Alexander’ can’t conquer boredom
(R) 0 stars out of 4
November 23, 2004
Alexander the Great joins Julius Caesar, Genghis Khan and Napoleon as one of the great military conquerors in history.
Shouts and Murmurs: After all’s said and done, there’s hope
November 23, 2004
For me, there’s another side to the story about Evan Lynch, the 4-year-old Tonganoxie boy injured in a car accident last December.
Our view: Learning a lesson from our neighbors
November 23, 2004
Last week, a state economic development official challenged the men and women gathered for a Leavenworth Area Development annual meeting.
Flap over school colors apparently fading
November 23, 2004
When Tonganoxie High School basketball players take the court next week for their first game of the season, they will be wearing red and white uniforms.
Negotiations under way on city’s role in building
November 23, 2004
Construction could be under way soon on another building in Tonganoxie’s Urban Hess Business Park.
Tonganoxie librarian’s reading list filling up
Moreland named to book award panel
November 23, 2004
Tonganoxie Public Library director Sharon Moreland recently was named to the William Allen White Children’s Book Award selection committee.
Company to replace stolen flu vaccines
November 23, 2004
A drug company will replace flu vaccinations that recently were stolen from an Easton nursing home.
Eco devo official optimistic about potential of region
November 23, 2004
A Kansas economic development expert last week challenged area officials to continue laying the groundwork to attract new businesses to Leavenworth County.
Blaze damages house
November 23, 2004
A rural Lansing man whose garage caught fire Thursday night said his home and everything in it was “a total loss.”
Perry too much for THS
November 23, 2004
Hayden returns favor to Holton
November 23, 2004
Hayden dealt Holton a payback.
Former Piper cager picks Mizzou over Kentucky
Chieftains did not face Criswell last year; senior finishing out prep career in Virginia
November 23, 2004
Leo Criswell is going from Pirate to Tiger.
Chinstraps and Mouthpieces: Jerseys shouldn’t be a hot topic
November 23, 2004
Hey movie buffs, have you ever seen the comedy “Waiting for Guffman?”
Let the Winter games begin
November 23, 2004
Tonganoxie and McLouth winter sports teams opened the season with their first practices Nov. 15.
THS baseball team inks deal to play at Kauffman Stadium
Chieftains to take on Basehor-Linwood after Kansas City-Cleveland game April 19 in KC
November 23, 2004
Talk about a doubleheader.
Housing units for seniors move forward
November 23, 2004
Two housing areas in Tonganoxie will give choices to senior citizens.
It’s time to check chimneys and furnaces before winter sets in
Christmas holiday decorations also pose threat of fire in homes during holiday season
November 23, 2004
Vehicles aren’t the only possessions that need extra attention as we head into winter.
Family pins hope on research
4-year-old injured in 2003 accident making progress
November 23, 2004
Evan Lynch is moving on. He careens through his house in his wheelchair, zipping from one room to another in a lively game of hide and seek.