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Letter to the editor: Petition-signers should not worry
November 21, 2006
About 360 residents of Tonganoxie may have or will receive an official notice of a court action concerning the petition they signed recently. I don’t want them to be concerned. This is just a formality required by the courts to say that they are aware of the city’s action concerning the petition.
Letter to the editor: Bad message to local citizens
November 21, 2006
Taxpayers sit down and shut up! This is what city council members Jason Ward, Steve Gumm and Velda Roberts are telling us.
Letter to the editor: Speak out about parole
November 21, 2006
When I learned of our hometown girl Robin Bell’s murder in Bonner Springs last year, my heart was broken. Still, they haven’t found who is responsible. Even when the person is found, your life is scarred forever. I know exactly what the family is going through.
McLouth Happenings
November 21, 2006
Last week, I mistakenly invited the community to a Thanksgiving service at McLouth United Methodist Church on Wednesday. The Winchester United Methodist Church is hosting a community service; not McLouth’s church. My sincere apology for this error.
Remember When: A Community Review
November 21, 2006
A look back at Tonganoxie, based on the records of The Mirror.
Shouts and Murmurs: Gratitude for all sorts of homes
November 21, 2006
I thought I knew the woods.
Soldiers impart lessons to THS students
November 21, 2006
Six officers from Fort Leavenworth’s Command and General Staff College recently visited with Tonganoxie High School students.
Jarbalo Jottings
November 21, 2006
Some upcoming events at Jarbalo United Methodist Church include Hanging of the Greens at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, followed by a covered-dish dinner. The last meeting of the Monday Club before vacation from school will be Dec. 11. A candlelight service is set for 7 p.m. Dec. 24. And a New Year’s Eve party is planned. The time will be announced later.
Brownback decision soon on presidential bid
November 21, 2006
Here are today’s headlines from the Kansas congressional delegation:
Basketball, wrestling practice begins
Grappling coach welcomes 35 athletes — the most in one year
November 21, 2006
Kills, two-mile runs, corner kicks and touchdowns are being replaced with three-pointers, screens, escapes and takedowns.
Pharmacist pleads guilty in fraud case
THS graduate repays $75,000 to Medicaid
November 21, 2006
Jay Philip Parker, 62, Oskaloosa, last week was charged with and pled guilty to the charge in Jefferson County District Court. Parker is a 1962 graduate of Tonganoxie High School.
Seeing double
November 21, 2006
When Tonganoxie High School had its annual homecoming festivities last month, students dressed up for a week, following a different theme each day.
Businesses ponder handgun ban
November 21, 2006
After the first of the year, the Kansas attorney general will begin issuing permits to allow people to carry concealed handguns.
Charges lodged in Leavenworth bank robbery
November 21, 2006
Two men who were arrested after a chase with Leavenworth police have been indicted on federal bank robbery charges.
Homecooking
Local woman’s recipe chosen for inclusion in cookbook
November 21, 2006
Volunteer work in the Deep South inspired Tonganoxie resident Shari Paynter’s jambalaya recipe.