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2008 All-Kaw Valley League volleyball team
November 19, 2008
On Monday, Nov. 17, the All-Kaw Valley League volleyball team was announced.
2008 All-Kaw Valley League boys soccer team
November 19, 2008
On Monday, Nov. 17, the All-Kaw Valley League boys soccer team was announced.
2008 All-Kaw Valley League football team
November 19, 2008
On Monday, Nov. 17, the Kaw Valley League released its All-KVL teams for the fall sports season.
1st published novel a new page in career of Bonner writer
November 19, 2008
Many residents may not know it, but Bonner Springs is home to a published novelist.
Sales tax revenue fails expectations
City still on course to repay debt for Tongnoxie Water Park in 10 years
November 19, 2008
City officials say they are still on track for paying off the new Tonganoxie Water Park in 10 years, but sales tax revenue has come in lower than expected.
McLouth welcomes teacher home from Iraq tour of duty
November 19, 2008
>A little more than a year ago, Shawn Miller, a captain and commander of Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 161 Field Artillery in the Kansas National Guard, headed overseas to Iraq to serve his country.
State money pinch could hurt schools
November 19, 2008
Funding to Kansas public schools would face a cut under a proposal made by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ budget office, officials said Thursday.
Musical family group to perform monthly to assist food pantry
November 19, 2008
The Faris Family is playing host to the monthly “Bluegrass Hungry Concert Series” at Delaware Township Hall at Broadway and Walnut in downtown Valley Falls.
Optimist Club meeting set for Thursday
November 19, 2008
A meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at Tonganoxie Public Library, Third and Bury streets, in a continuing effort to establish an Optimist Club chapter in Tonganoxie.
Sales tax revenue fails expectations
City still on course to repay debt for Tonganoxie Water Park in 10 years
November 19, 2008
City officials say they are still on track for paying off the new Tonganoxie Water Park in 10 years, but sales tax revenue has come in lower than expected.
Our View: Get involved with upcoming meetings
November 19, 2008
Life certainly is going to become even more hectic in the coming weeks.
Jarbalo Jottings
November 19, 2008
Bob and Sara Aufdemberge of Auburn were supper guests of Bid Sheppard on Nov. 15. They showed her pictures of their trip to Scotland.
Team raises $4,583 for National Kidney Foundation
November 19, 2008
A Tonganoxie group raised more than $4,500 — a total that was determined to be the most of any team at the event — for the National Kidney Foundation in October at a fundraiser in Independence, Mo.
New bar and grill opens in Basehor
November 19, 2008
An interesting fellow, who came all the way from Florida for a job, is now a greeter at Pastimes Bar and Grill, a new restaurant in Basehor.
Wolf Creek Marketplace one step closer to reality
November 19, 2008
It might have been an overcast day complete with a stiff wind and cool temperatures Thursday, but officials who gathered for a ceremony at the Wolf Creek Junction believe the future to be bright for what is hoped to be a major Basehor retail hub.
Thrift store holds Thanksgiving food drive through Saturday
November 19, 2008
A food drive is being held this week to help local families in need.
LCDC gets feedback from area businesses
Board president named to Kansas City Area Development Council
November 19, 2008
Victoria Rowley is getting Leavenworth County Development Corporation’s name out among businesses in the area.
McLouth Middle School Honor Roll
November 19, 2008
These McLouth Middle School students have been named to honor rolls for the first quarter of the 2008-2009 school year.
LJEC holding open house Saturday at McLouth
November 19, 2008
This year already brought many changes to Leavenworth-Jefferson Electric Cooperative (LJEC).
Local businesses discuss ‘thriving’ in current economy
November 19, 2008
With the U.S. economy in a tailspin recently, some local small business owners are wondering how they will be affected and what they can do to stay afloat.
Memory of wall’s collapse vivid
November 19, 2008
The 19th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall quietly passed by without much notice.
Letter to the editor: Official optimistic about Vick’s rehabilitation
November 19, 2008
Shortly after Michael Vick was indicted on federal dogfighting charges, he attended an empathy class at PETA’s headquarters in Norfolk, Va.
Chamber makes case for budget inclusion
November 19, 2008
Tonganoxie Chamber of Commerce could be finding a permanent home in the city’s coffers.
Counselor-at-large to keep her county job
Counselor-at-large to keep her county job
November 19, 2008
The former counselor-at-large for Leavenworth County is back.