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Youth teams finish year strong
April 18, 2007
Teams of fifth-graders from Tonganoxie Middle School completed their seasons last month in a Kansas City United State Sports Specialty Association league.
Bulldog softball continues domination of opponents
McLouth has outscored foes 78-2 this year
April 18, 2007
McLouth High remained perfect on its softball season, sweeping Jeff West on Monday on the road.
THS girls defeat Bonner Springs, Gardner-Edgerton
April 18, 2007
Tonganoxie High’s girls soccer team scored two victories against one defeat in its last three games going into a Tuesday evening contest against Immaculata.
Big stage awaits javelin throwers
April 18, 2007
Two Tonganoxie High javelin standouts will battle other top high school throwers on Friday at the prestigious Kansas Relays on the Kansas University campus.
Upgrade OK’d for 158th St. at 24-40
Deadly intersection to get rumble strips, two streetlights
April 18, 2007
Leavenworth County commissioners have approved a request by the city of Basehor to grind rumble strips and install two streetlights at the scene of an accident that killed a Tonganoxie teenager earlier this year.
Nature’s beauty prods farm owner to return land to its original state
April 18, 2007
It’s little wonder 86-year-old Fred Leimkuhler is trying to restore his family farmstead to its original prairie state.
Youthful volunteers use day to serve seniors
April 18, 2007
Despite the cold weather and the threat of up to three inches of snow, members from the Leavenworth County 4-H Club gathered Saturday morning in Tonganoxie for the seventh annual Youth Service Day.
Board fills first of principal vacancies
April 18, 2007
It’s time to remove “acting” from Tammie George’s title.
TMS teams clean up at meets
April 18, 2007
The Tonganoxie Middle School seventh-grade boys track team is 2-for-2 on the young season.