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Tonganoxie bands march in Maple Leaf Festival parade
See photos from Saturday’s parade
October 20, 2004
On Saturday, bands from Tonganoxie junior high and high school marched in the annual Maple Leaf Parade.
Tonganoxie clobbers Eudora, 10-0, on senior night
October 20, 2004
Seniors on the Tonganoxie soccer team had fond memories of their final regular-season game at Chieftain Park.
Letter to the editor: Flu shot situation
October 20, 2004
This flu shot situation that is affecting our community right now is beyond my understanding.
Volleyball team goes 1-2 in Topeka quad
Chieftains draw No. 2 seed for Saturday’s substate tourney
October 20, 2004
Tonganoxie could only escape “The Dungeon” with one victory in Topeka.
Mirror photo galleries
Tonganoxie bands march in Maple Leaf Festival parade
October 20, 2004
Included below are various photo galleries published at www.tonganoxiemirror.com
Aunt Norie’s sewing room
October 20, 2004
We in these United States are about to vote in record numbers and that is as it should be.
Sims busy with win in golf off-season
October 20, 2004
Like Derek Sparks in college baseball, THS golfer Cody Sims was busy in the off-season.
Sparks finishes fall ball in Ottawa
October 20, 2004
Derek Sparks is getting plenty of baseball in the fall.
Big third quarter boosts THS in district opener
October 20, 2004
Tonganoxie coach Mark Elston must have delivered one heck of a halftime speech.
Imac throttles McLouth
October 20, 2004
McLouth was in business in the opening minutes Friday against Immaculata in the first week of district play.
Duel of the grapplers
Wrestling standouts Erisman, Starcher to meet on football field
October 20, 2004
Their similarities are abundant.
THS conquers league title
October 20, 2004
Before the Kaw Valley League team scores were announced Thursday on the University of St. Mary campus in Leavenworth, there was little doubt as to who won this year’s boys meet.
Attack squad
October 20, 2004
Pick a spot, any spot.
City considers pedestrian and bicycle trail
October 20, 2004
City officials are hoping to secure funding for a pedestrian and bicycle trail that would link downtown Tonganoxie with the swimming pool and Chieftain Park.
Residents line up early for flu shots during clinic
County, local docs now out of vaccine
October 20, 2004
As federal health officials worked to allay fears about the shortage of influenza vaccine, the Leavenworth County Health Department reported it has depleted its supply of flu shots.
Campouts are anything but rustic for Airstream travelers
October 20, 2004
In the world of Airstream, home is wherever you want it to be.
Chieftain Trail plan a winner for city
October 20, 2004
What a great idea.
The Mirror, 4-H’ers partner on project
October 20, 2004
The Mirror newspaper’s fund-raising project with Leavenworth County 4-H’ers is well under way.
Shouts and Murmurs: Check out Mirror photo galleries
October 20, 2004
For readers who have access to the Internet, The Mirror now has a way to bring more photos to you. Two weeks ago, we began placing photo galleries on our Internet Web site: www.tonganoxiemirror.com
Homecoming parade and coronation photo galleries
See pictures from Friday’s homecoming parade and coronation.
October 20, 2004
Friday’s Tonganoxie High School homecoming parade and coronation gave students, faculty and the community a chance to celebrate.
Basehor re-enactment glances back at Civil War
October 20, 2004
Bullets found near the battlefield at Gettysburg and cannon fire that sounded like thunderclaps of God helped reinforce the raw violence of the Civil War during a re-enactment Saturday in Basehor.
Village West shopping center attracts 44 eateries, retailers
October 20, 2004
Officials from the Unified Government and RED Development say 44 tenants have committed to a massive, 750,000-square-foot shopping center inside Village West tourism and entertainment district in western Wyandotte County.
Tonganoxie resident sentenced for taking elderly woman’s funds
October 20, 2004
A 53-year-old former Montana woman — who now lives in Tonganoxie — soon will report to federal prison to begin serving a 30-month sentence.
TJHS students voice support for bond issue
Growth in school enrollment means crowding, students say
October 20, 2004
Tonganoxie eighth-grader Kevin Hamm would rather have a new school than a new McDonald’s fast-food restaurant.
Remember when: A community review
October 20, 2004
Murderer eligible for parole hearing
October 20, 2004
A Lansing man who’s spent the past 24 years in custody is eligible for a parole hearing soon.
Opponents speak out against school bond issue
October 20, 2004
School bond elections pose a ticklish situation.