Archive for Thursday, June 26, 2008

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Project envisions transit system of future for western Wyandotte County
Automated vehicles would lessen need for parking spaces
June 26, 2008
A theoretical exercise that envisions a futuristic transit system for Western Wyandotte County kicked off Thursday.
Rockhurst lists Leavenworth County graduates
June 26, 2008
Several Leavenworth County residents were among the more than 750 students eligible to receive degrees from Rockhurst University at its 88th annual commencement May 17 at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo.
Connie O’Brien candidate questionnaire responses
June 26, 2008
Connie O’Brien is running for 42nd District Kansas State Representative
Casino hopefuls put up millions in ‘privilege fees’
June 26, 2008
All five developers seeking to become lottery gaming facility managers in Wyandotte County have paid their $25 million “privilege fees” to the state to keep their applications in the running.
City administrator: Water park will open Tuesday
June 26, 2008
Tuesday is the day.
Woodlands schedule announced
June 26, 2008
The Fall Festival of Horse Racing returns to The Woodlands on Saturday, Sept. 20, and will run through Saturday, Oct. 25. Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse races will take place Saturday through Wednesday with a starting post time of 12:30 p.m.
Pastor’s corner: Steve Howell
June 26, 2008
I mow my grass and fertilize my lawn, but I still can’t approach the side of my house without a machete. The weeds have systematically overtaken my walls!
Convicted killer in Robin Bell case to be sentenced
June 26, 2008
The sentencing hearing for the first of three suspects charged in the November 2005 murder of Tonganoxie resident Robin Bell is scheduled for Friday, June 27.