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Obituary: Frank L. Bateson
1930-2006
May 24, 2006
Services for Frank L. Bateson, 76, Basehor, will be at 10:30 a.m. today, May 24, 2006, at Holy Angels Catholic Church, Basehor, where friends may call one hour before service.
Graduates trade memories at ceremony
May 24, 2006
A few drops of rain couldn’t spoil graduation for the McLouth High School Class of 2006.
Young filmmakers focus on upcoming premiere
Duo — and friends — working on next installment in ‘Indiana Bum’ series
May 24, 2006
For Tonganoxie teens Tristan and Tracy Bowersox, a movie premiere next Wednesday caps two years of creative endeavor.
Youthful Chieftains enter first 4A state with 20-3 record
May 24, 2006
Melissa Pratt was a bit perturbed.
Poll shatters record again
May 24, 2006
McLouth’s Lena Poll will have a final shot at etching her name in the McLouth High track record books.
Girls track nets second at regional meet
May 24, 2006
Sarah Hartshorn has one last crack at bringing home a medal from state.
Brothers open McLouth Gambino’s Pizza
May 24, 2006
A new pizza shop has injected some bustle into downtown McLouth.
Our view: All of our best wishes to the Class of 2006
May 24, 2006
Our area high school seniors have received their diplomas, and now can turn their full focus on their post-graduation plans.
City OKs purchase of property for use as new city hall
House on land could be rented
May 24, 2006
On Friday, the city of Tonganoxie will become the proud owner of a three-bedroom, two-bath home near downtown.
School board OKs new THS doors
May 24, 2006
Tonganoxie school board members Monday agreed to buy new interior doors for the original part of the high school.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
May 24, 2006
If you try this and it works, please let me know. It surely does sound very possible.
Cookies from the heart of Basehor
Basehor
May 24, 2006
As of Monday, Captain Jay Scrivener had not received his first “Treats for the Troops” package. But, the 38-year-old Scrivener, who is stationed with the Army National Guard in Baghdad, knows the package is on its way.
Like THS, McLouth hopes inaugural trip to 3A state is magical
May 24, 2006
McLouth High softball players will be hungry for a state title when the Class 3A state tournament begins Friday in Manhattan.
Cookies from the heart of Basehor
Basehor residents join forces to bake cookies for troops in Baghdad
May 24, 2006
As of Monday, Captain Jay Scrivener had not received his first “Treats for the Troops” package. But, the 38-year-old Scrivener, who is stationed with the Army National Guard in Baghdad, knows the package is on its way.
Remember When: A community review
May 24, 2006
Chinstraps and Mouthpieces: Good-luck charm to accompany Chieftain softball to Salina
May 24, 2006
Abe Lincoln will be joining the Tonganoxie High softball team in Salina later this week.
Sims ends prep career at No. 11
May 24, 2006
Top five.
Shouts and Murmurs: Tonganoxie no longer an island
May 24, 2006
Lawrence is light years ahead of Tonganoxie in development, and in development-related issues.
Candidates slow to file; commissioner calling it quits
May 24, 2006
Don Navinsky has decided 12 years is enough. Navinsky, the only Leavenworth County commissioner up for re-election, said in an interview with The Mirror on Monday that he doesn’t plan on running again.
Bonds to finance new city water tower
Council votes to send letter in favor of South Lawrence Trafficway
May 24, 2006
Next month, the city will offer $370,000 in bonds for sale.