Archive for Wednesday, September 21, 2005

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Remember when: A community review
September 21, 2005
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
September 21, 2005
She asked me not to use her name, but she had a neat story to tell as she talked about the Great Depression and how they coped. It makes you wonder where we are going at such a fast pace, When just those few years ago life was really so simple.
First half dooms Chieftains
September 21, 2005
Tonganoxie played some hard-nosed competitive soccer during the second half Monday against Mill Valley at Chieftain Park. But it was the first half that doomed THS.
Chieftain volleyball upends No. 2 Wamego
September 21, 2005
Its record is nothing special right now, but the Tonganoxie High volleyball team made noticeable strides at Saturday’s Rossville Invitational.
Chinstraps and Mouthpieces: Handshakes set mood for THS, Piper
September 21, 2005
It was a crisp and cool Friday night last week when Tonganoxie and Piper met at Beatty Field for their annual football game.
Piper penalty ignites THS in 32-7 rout
September 21, 2005
One little yellow flag.
Teachers, board continue salary talks
September 21, 2005
Seven weeks into the school year, teachers and school board members have yet to reach an agreement on teacher salaries.
Waterpark to make a splash in KCK
September 21, 2005
The loose translation of the word, Schlitterbahn, in German is “slippery road.” To Unified Government of Wyandotte County officials, the word translates more accurately to “exciting.”
Letters to the editor: Great football game; Youth football recruitment; A special day
September 21, 2005
I went to the football game last Friday night and had a great time.
Our view: Bioscience initiative work commendable
September 21, 2005
The Tonganoxie Biosciences Initiative is well under way. The initiative — a group of area business leaders and residents — is educating itself in the field of bioscience, which basically is the study of human, plant and animal functions.
Judge finds mayor guilty of trying to avoid police
September 21, 2005
A municipal court judge found Linwood mayor Steve Campbell guilty Wednesday of attempting to avoid police during a routine traffic stop in July.
Donald E. “Donnie” Casteel II
1968-2005
September 21, 2005
Services for Donald E. “Donnie” Casteel II, 36, Tonganoxie, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005, at Charter Funerals, 10250 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Merriam. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery.
Obituary: Ed Lee Ashworth
1947-2005
September 21, 2005
Graveside services for Ed Lee Ashworth, 58, Lawrence, will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005, at McLouth Cemetery, McLouth.
Tonganoxie family named fund-raiser ambassadors
September 21, 2005
A special babe attended Sunday’s Bikers for Babies March of Dimes fund-raiser.
Motorcycle accidents take lives of 2 men
September 21, 2005
Two Leavenworth County men, including one from Tonganoxie, were killed last weekend in motorcycle accidents.
Tonganoxie schools’ enrollment spikes again
Grade school sees 58 more students
September 21, 2005
Just a week ago, Tonganoxie Elementary School Principal Jerry Daskoski dug a little dirt out in a field near Washington and Pleasant streets.
Breaking ground
Construction officially starts on new Tonganoxie middle school
September 21, 2005
Tonganoxie High School senior Zach Pistora never will sit in a classroom at Tonganoxie’s future middle school.
McLouth volleyball loses matches to Wathena, Pleasnt Ridge at home
September 21, 2005
McLouth had two more chances to clinch its first win of the volleyball season, but the Bulldogs fell to Wathena and Pleasant Ridge at home Sept. 13.
Attorney: Development hinges on County Road 1
September 21, 2005
Robert H. Freilich thinks the development possibilities for Tonganoxie and Leavenworth County are endless — if County Commissioners choose County Road 1 as the connecting route from a proposed turnpike interchange on Interstate-70 to U.S. Highway 24-40 south of Tonganoxie.
Girls take 9th; boys 10th at meet
September 21, 2005
Youngsters again led the Tonganoxie High cross country team — this time at the highly touted Rim Rock Invitational off Wellman Road between McLouth and Lawrence.
Local woman emerges unscathed from initial ‘Survivor’ episode
September 21, 2005
She’s officially a survivor.
Speaker: Bioscience firms within reach
September 21, 2005
Tonganoxie appears to be well-situated to compete for businesses related to the state’s bioscience industry, according to the president of the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute.