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McLouth High School students celebrate homecoming in style
October 5, 2005
This year’s homecoming week shouldn’t be too much of a drag at McLouth High School.
Church to reopen under new minister
October 5, 2005
In November the doors of Tonganoxie’s Friends church will open again.
Late-night decision made to evacuate
October 5, 2005
At 2 a.m. Sunday, Easton was dry.
Tonganoxie picked as site for 4A volleyball substate
October 5, 2005
The Tonganoxie volleyball team hopes a home-court advantage will help the Chieftains advance to the Class 4A state tournament later this month in Salina.
Chieftains drop out of poll
October 5, 2005
Tonganoxie’s volleyball team no longer is ranked in Class 4A. The Chieftains were not included in the Week 4 Kansas Volleyball Association rankings, which were released last week.
Obituary: Sharon R. Korver
October 5, 2005
No services are planned for Sharon R. Korver, 71, Shawnee, who died at her home on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005.
Obituary: Alvin L. Decker
October 5, 2005
Graveside services for Alvin L. Decker, 78, McLouth, will be at 10 a.m. today, Oct. 5, 2005, at Fowler Cemetery, northeast of McLouth.
THS girls accomplish goal, take second at meet
Boys team takes fourth at Gardner despite injury; teams to run Thursday at Shawnee Mission
October 5, 2005
The Tonganoxie High girls cross country team ran well as a pack, placing four runners in the top 20 at last Thursday’s Gardner Invitational.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
October 5, 2005
As Doris J. said the other day, your neighbor was all you had in times past. Any little spat or disagreement with one had to be settled soon. No grudges were held.
THS hangs with Lansing in Kaw Valley rematch
October 5, 2005
The Tonganoxie soccer team is making strides.
MHS snuffs out Dragons; record is 5-0
October 5, 2005
Kevin Stewart 30, Valley Falls 0.
Health department offering influenza vaccinations
October 5, 2005
Sylvia Burns is cautiously optimistic that the county’s health department will have sufficient doses of flu vaccine this year.
During husband’s hearing, woman details alleged rape
October 5, 2005
A McLouth woman last week described in graphic detail an alleged rape she said occurred at her estranged husband’s home in Tonganoxie.
Volleyball players adjusting to libero role
October 5, 2005
Lee-buh-row, luh-bare-oh or luh-beer-oh.
Remember When
A community review
October 5, 2005
A review of events, taken from the files of The Mirror.
Growth demands taking a broader view
October 5, 2005
Last week, a Lawrence city commissioner suggested it would make sense to construct a bridge over the Kansas River east of Lawrence.
Money will drive decisions on turnpike interchange
October 5, 2005
The Kansas Turnpike Authority remains interested in an interchange in southern Leavenworth County, but the degree of that interest hinges on how much money the interchange would make.
Rural residents hope county abandons KTA interchange
October 5, 2005
Long before the Kansas Turnpike linked Lawrence and Bonner Springs, farmers started working acres of land along the rolling hills between the two cities.
A 100-year flood strikes again
October 5, 2005
Though rains didn’t inundate southern Leavenworth County, floodwaters did.
The 100-year flood strikes again
October 5, 2005
In this 5-year-old century, surprisingly, the county has already experienced two 100-year floods.
Chieftains jolt Chargers for fourth win
October 5, 2005
Tonganoxie wouldn’t be denied on homecoming night.