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THS volleyball, cross country heading northwest; MHS going south and west for substate, regionals
October 4, 2006
Tonganoxie High volleyball and cross country team members probably should pack a pillow and blanket for postseason play.
McLouth, 3-2, hopes to repeat win over Pleasant Ridge on Friday
October 4, 2006
Most statistics from Friday’s McLouth-Jackson Heights game favored MHS.
The Mirror takes first place in national competition
October 4, 2006
For the second time, The Mirror newspaper of Tonganoxie has won first place in its division in the Inland Press Association’s national front page contest.
Youth football teams victorious
October 4, 2006
Saturday was a big day for Tonganoxie youth football teams.
Bobcats scoring spurts stifle THS
October 4, 2006
Tonganoxie held its own for most of the game against Basehor-Linwood last Wednesday at Chieftain Park, but when the Bobcats scored, they scored in bunches.
Tonganoxie teams finish in top 10 at prestigious Rim Rock Classic
October 4, 2006
Tonganoxie High coach Phil Williams normally sends just his varsity boys and girls squad to the prestigious Rim Rock Classic north of Lawrence.
Chieftains charge toward KVL crown
October 4, 2006
Tyler Miles hasn’t been open very often in recent weeks, but the receiver made a catch that set the tone early for Tonganoxie on Friday at Santa Fe Trail.
Letters to the editor: They deserve better
October 4, 2006
To the editor: Does Congressman Jim Ryan care about our young men and women in Iraq?
Letters to the editor: Proud of students
October 4, 2006
To the editor: Last week, Tonganoxie students wrote letters to The Mirror.
Skate park deserves help from council
October 4, 2006
It was a good idea five years ago. And it’s still a good idea. But unlike five years ago, the city should take action to help make a skate park reality.
Students pleased with blood drive
October 4, 2006
Carol Whitaker has donated blood roughly 40 times.
Obituary: Wilma E. Tate Trudell
October 4, 2006
Funeral services for Wilma E. Tate Trudell, 92, McLouth, were Friday, Sept. 29, 2006, at McLouth United Methodist Church. Burial followed at McLouth Cemetery.
Obituary: Esther Clair Millison
October 4, 2006
Private services were planned for Esther Claire Millison, 79, Basehor. Burial was planned in Prairie View Cemetery near Alta Vista.
Raymond E. Dodd
October 4, 2006
Services for Raymond E. Dodd, 75, Easton, will be at 11 a.m. today, Oct. 4, 2006, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Leavenworth. Burial will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery.
Obituary: Donald B. Young
October 4, 2006
Cremation was planned for Donald B. Young, 53, who died Sept. 17, 2006, in Miami. A private family service will be later.
Poets’ Corner: Mike Vestal
October 4, 2006
Editor’s note: This week’s poetry is by Mike Vestal, Tonganoxie.
Area farm operations on 14-stop weekend tour
October 4, 2006
The second annual Kaw Valley Farm Tour this weekend will feature several area farming operations.
Friends of Library seeking help with Halloween party
October 4, 2006
Trick or treating can’t hold a candle to Tonganoxie’s annual children’s Halloween party.
Just a few changes planned at Paradise
October 4, 2006
If Jack Willis and Rick Kooser have their say, Paradise will continue.
Tonganoxie teen loses his ‘voice’
October 4, 2006
Brandon Allen turns 18 today. And for the autistic teen, the greatest birthday gift would be the return of his voice.
Kansas Republicans say they’re unified
October 4, 2006
Here are today’s election headlines
Bunco Babes’
Area women continue tradition of rolling dice in fun and fellowship
October 4, 2006
It’s an afternoon charged with energy. Along with laughter, the roll of dice, chit chat and of course, food — including dessert.