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Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
September 1, 2004
Georgia Levezz asks if anyone out there can help her. She’s searched everywhere for a crocheted pattern. The pattern, a boot or sock made of Granny squares, when finished it laces up the front almost knee-high. If anyone out there can help (as you have so many times in the past), please call her at (785) 876-3039 or send a copy to my post office box.
McLouth volleyball has senior strength
September 1, 2004
Rachel Webb came to McLouth last year inheriting a team that won just two matches the previous year.
McLouth girls eyeing DVL title
September 1, 2004
Aside from one graduating senior, the McLouth High cross country team has its entire squad back for the fall campaign.
Herb grower finds satisfaction with ‘Wild Thyme’
September 1, 2004
An upcoming weekend retreat at Wild Thyme Herb Farm grew out of a local woman’s interest in making soap.
Shouts and murmurs: Tonganoxie lore, then and now
September 1, 2004
This week we complete our two-part series on Nick Marel, a stonemason who lived in the Tonganoxie area from about 1941 until his death in 1968.
Blaze destroys house
September 1, 2004
A rural Tonganoxie home was destroyed by fire last Wednesday morning.
Obituary: Judith K. Gribbin
September 1, 2004
Services for Judith K. Gribbin, 65, De Soto, were Monday, Aug. 30, 2004, at De Soto Baptist Church. Burial was in De Soto Cemetery.
Obituary: Josephine V. Brown
September 1, 2004
Services for Josephine V. Brown, 98, Leavenworth, will be at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3, 2004, at Davis Funeral Chapel, 531 Shawnee, Leavenworth. Burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery, Leavenworth.
Local ACT scores below state average
September 1, 2004
Tonganoxie’s ACT scores took a slight dip, but they’re still topping the national average.
Young soccer team opens year
September 1, 2004
The Chieftain soccer team would love to improve on last year’s 7-9-1 campaign under Luke Denney.
Students offered peek at C-SPAN bus
September 1, 2004
One of two C-SPAN buses made a stop at THS to give social studies students a glimpse of how the C-SPAN networks operate, along with a closer look at government.
Tonganoxie harriers focused on return to top of Kaw Valley
September 1, 2004
Tonganoxie cross country teams never seem to stray too far from first place each year.
Campaigning for a state berth
September 1, 2004
For the past three years, Tonganoxie volleyball has played the part of upbeat challenger.
Guest’s views
NYC march demonstrates democracy in action
September 1, 2004
New York City — Line up all the fans from the K-State football stadium on a fall Saturday, add the KU crowd, and top it off with the Nebraska faithful. Pour in more people from Manhattan, Lawrence and Lincoln, and set them off down the street. Then pull up a lawn chair, apply the sunscreen and watch them march past — in their opinionated, colorful glory.
Residents recall Nick’s projects
September 1, 2004
A new wrinkle has crept into the story about Nick Marel.
Farmers giving thanks for rain
September 1, 2004
It’s about time.