Archive for Tuesday, November 25, 2008

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Leavenworth County Commission did not violate open meetings laws, attorney general’s office determines
November 25, 2008
According to the Kansas Attorney General’s Office, the Board of County Commissioners did not violate the Kansas Open Meetings Act when discussing the 2009 budget and the reduction in force.
How to prepare a turkey, according to kindergartners
November 25, 2008
Kindergarten students at Tonganoxie Elementary School wrote their takes on how to properly prepare turkeys for Thanksgiving.
Leavenworth County EMS station construction continues to run behind schedule
November 25, 2008
Construction on the new Leavenworth County EMS station continues about a month behind schedule.
Cat credited with warning owner of blaze found safe hours later
11:07 a.m., November 25, 2008 Updated 05:05 p.m.
A heroic feline has been found.
Networking business aims to help women ‘celebrate themselves’
November 25, 2008
For seven years, Michelle Harris loved leading weekly meetings as a sales director for Mary Kay cosmetics.
TES students share their turkey tips
November 25, 2008
You put a thermometer in the turkey, you see how hot it is and then you put it in the oven, and then you cook it for 30 seconds, take it out of the oven, then you share it with people that you care for!
Son thankful for mother’s donation offer
November 25, 2008
In the coming months, Melissa Ostermeyer will be giving something to her son, Jacob, for which he’ll be thankful many Novembers to come.
Youths take to Turkey Day events
November 25, 2008
Second-graders at Genesis Christian Academy are doing their part to make the dinner table a bit more colorful for some of their friends on Thanksgiving.
THS grad wins global engineering recognition
November 25, 2008
A Tonganoxie High School grad can add one more accomplishment to her list.
Pastor’s Corner
November 25, 2008
One of the most beautiful Psalms of thanksgiving is the 100th Psalm. “Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Know that the Lord is God.
Letter to the editor: Taxes far from “privilege”
November 25, 2008
We received our real estate tax statement a few days ago and I am wondering when the taxes will be reduced according to what we could sell for with the downturn in housing.
Students take turkey’s side
November 25, 2008
Don’t eat me, eat ham!
In other’s view: Woeful economy could hurt sports
November 25, 2008
A recent Lawrence Journal-World editorial said this:
Remember When: A community review
November 25, 2008
Slawson Plumbing and Electric, one of the oldest “first generation” businesses on Fourth Street, has sold out to Mike and Mary Kaiser.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
November 25, 2008
Just got to share this yummy bit from none other than our trusted county extension agent, Jennifer Smith, from her column in the Lawrence Journal-World.
McLouth Happenings
November 25, 2008
One Accord, featuring Linda Majors and her daughters, Becky and Nikki, will present a Worship Concert of powerful, inspirational gospel music and testimonies at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, during worship service at First Baptist Church of McLouth. Everyone is invited.
Jarbalo Jottings
November 25, 2008
Kathy and Rick Powers and Bid Sheppard met Charles and Connie Sheppard of Lenexa on Nov. 17 at Kelly’s in Basehor for dinner.
Springdale News
November 25, 2008
Jan and Orie Nelson flew to Stafford, Va., in mid-October for a weeklong visit with son Rocky and his family — wife, Jacqui, sons, Tim, Jeff and Matt. They visited museums, had a picnic at a lovely vineyard and, the highlight of the trip, attended a football game in which Jeff was starting.