Archive for Wednesday, March 16, 2005

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Letter to the editor: Sales tax not fair
March 16, 2005
Letter to the editor: In suport of extension
March 16, 2005
Letter to the editor: Vote on amendment
March 16, 2005
Letter to the editor: Don’t top your trees
March 16, 2005
Letter to the editor: Thanks for the season
March 16, 2005
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
March 16, 2005
My granddaughter Kristina, like so many students, enjoyed home economics classes and the sewing projects — the goofy mistakes one makes in learning, the great thrill of getting it just right and, finally, the thrill of “I made it myself.” She’s now sewing on her hubby’s military patches. Jason is recently home from Iraq.
Stauch’s big shot ignites Chieftains
March 16, 2005
Trailing by three with just a few seconds left in regulation against Buhler on Friday, THS coach Randy Kraft had simple instructions for his team.
State tourney old hat for assistants
March 16, 2005
Sue Walker’s mind flashed back about 20 years Thursday when she strolled into Salina’s Bicentennial Center.
Retro singlets bring good luck to Tonganoxie wrestlers
March 16, 2005
The wrestling uniform was nothing special.
Wrestler shines at all-star dual
March 16, 2005
Ross Starcher took one final shot at a wrestling victory last week at Kansas City Kansas Community College.
Metal siding could help with price tag of new school
March 16, 2005
Plans for Tonganoxie’s future middle school are moving along.
Journalism publication chastises TV station about investigative story on Tonganoxie fertilizer business
March 16, 2005
Chalk one up for Bill McGraw. In the March/April edition of Columbia Journalism Review, Gloria Cooper, CJR’s deputy executive editor, speaks out against a Kansas City television station for a report it aired Dec. 1.
It’s ‘Monster Jam’ time for local couple
March 16, 2005
Tuesday afternoon, Dawn Creten was stranded.
Safety’s the key
Remote-controlled bus captivates, teaches children
March 16, 2005
There’s nothing like a robot to catch a child’s attention. Last Thursday and Friday, a couple of special guests visited students at Tonganoxie Elementary School.
City, township to discuss fire merger
March 16, 2005
During the next several months, two area fire chiefs will investigate whether a merger of their departments is feasible.
Obituary: Thomas J. Robb
1919-2005
March 16, 2005
A memorial service for Thomas J. Robb, 86, Tonganoxie, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 19, 2005, at Quisenberry Funeral Home, Tonganoxie. Cremation is planned.
McLouth High School senior plans to play his way into a career of music
March 16, 2005
Michael Annis, a McLouth High School senior, plans to make a career out of music.
St. Patrick’s Day parade ready to roll Saturday
March 16, 2005
Tonganoxie’s annual St. Patrick’s parade — she’s coming soon to downtown.
Publisher’s notebook: Counting spring robins before they’ve landed
March 16, 2005
I can trace my recently revived fascination with birds back about 40 years.
Remember when: A community review
March 16, 2005
Chieftains take 4th at state
Tonganoxie sends team off to tourney in style
March 16, 2005
Tears streamed down Tonganoxie players’ faces after Saturday’s consolation game at the state tournament in Salina.
Chieftains celebrate at state
THS makes history with fourth-place finish
March 16, 2005
The first quarter of Saturday’s Wichita Collegiate-Tonganoxie game seemed a bit surreal.
Chinstraps and mouthpieces: THS girls proved their worth at Salina
March 16, 2005
Comparing scores just doesn’t work.