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Library issues ban against resident
Man, 41, faces charge of lewd act
April 20, 2005
Basehor police served a 41-year-old Basehor man with a letter last week that revokes the man’s library privileges and bans him from the building indefinitely.
THS junior varsity hits greens for three golfing invitationals
April 20, 2005
Tonganoxie High junior varsity golfers have been busy during the last two weeks.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
April 20, 2005
Here’s another curtain idea. This one’s from Nancy. “I like new or different curtains as we’re always looking out of windows. I think of my curtains as framing the scene of my ever-changing view of the outside world. And, my fun back yard these days full of kids, my own and their friends. They are growing up all too quickly and I know one of these days that yard will be so empty. I now just frame that window with draw drapes so that I can open them wide and watch them play.”
Grand slams help McLouth baseball to win against PRHS
April 20, 2005
McLouth’s bats were on fire Thursday against Pleasant Ridge in the first game of a doubleheader.
Tonganoxie man continues to compete across nation
April 20, 2005
Wally Brawner celebrated turning 65 the same way he did when he turned 40 — the now-retired teacher prepared for a National Masters meet.
Pirates extend THS losing skid
April 20, 2005
Tonganoxie found itself in the midst of a pitching duel Monday at Piper in a softball game rescheduled from last week.
Chinstraps and mouthpieces: Tempers need to cool at meets
April 20, 2005
Nothing says heated rivalry like track and field.
Victorious at Eudora
Chieftain girls win another team title as athletes break meet, school records
April 20, 2005
Break out the erasers yet again.
Tonganoxie couple help organize benefit golf tournament
April 20, 2005
In its first two years, proceeds from a fund-raiser golf tournament spearheaded by families in Tonganoxie and Edwardsville went to help loved ones battling cancer. This year, the tournament has branched out in a different direction and funds will go toward helping a Basehor man awaiting a kidney transplant.
1982 Tonganoxie High School graduate invents board game
April 20, 2005
Lawrence resident Rechelle Grimstead liked Tonganoxie from the moment she saw it.
Scholarship fund needs a boost
April 20, 2005
Tonganoxie High School’s alumni association scholarship fund could use a boost.
Linwood council election settled
April 20, 2005
The dust settled Monday on the recent Linwood city election, as the last of the new elected officers was selected for the small municipality at the southern most point of Leavenworth County.
Deputy’s trial set in fatal accident
April 20, 2005
A jury trial has been scheduled in Leavenworth County District Court for a sheriff’s deputy who is charged in the death of a Fairmount Township firefighter.
Work nears completion on new plant
April 20, 2005
If all the last-minute kinks are worked out, Tonganoxie’s new $4.2 million wastewater treatment facility should be fully operational by May 1, according to Kent Heskett, the city utilities superintendent.
Councils important to the future
April 20, 2005
The recent election in Tonganoxie went without a hitch.
Teenagers lend a hand on service day
April 20, 2005
Nellie Zacharias is enjoying the view.
Mirror staffers honored by state press association
April 20, 2005
The work by The Mirror’s staff was recognized last weekend in the 2005 Best of Kansas Newspapers contest, sponsored by Kansas Press Association.
Planning director leaving county job
April 20, 2005
Leavenworth County’s planning director has resigned.
Aiming for the Olympics
Two area youths shooting for gold
April 20, 2005
Olympic shooting coach Sergey Luzov is confident that Tonganoxie teens Cody Owsley and Anthony Lutz can make it to the 2012 Olympics.
MHS falls to Silver Lake, rebounds against Pleasant Ridge
April 20, 2005
McLouth had two chances to knock off the defending Class 3A state softball champions on their home field.
Remember when: A community review
April 20, 2005
Basehor man pins hopes on kidney transplant
April 20, 2005
It’s a quarter after three Monday afternoon and the bright sun can’t penetrate the shade covering the white house with black shutters on Parallel Road in Basehor. An easy wind blows from the west and the mixture of cool shadows and lukewarm air provide an environment ripe for spring activity.
Letter to the editor: Report abuse cases
April 20, 2005
No one likes to talk — or even think — about child abuse and neglect. It’s just too ugly of a subject. But, the truth is by not acknowledging it and by not learning more about our part in preventing it we’re in essence allowing it to grow.
First health fair at Linwood’s library booked for Saturday
April 20, 2005
From cholesterol checks to dental information, the Linwood Community Library will be all about health this weekend.