Archive for Tuesday, October 7, 2008

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Robinson a natural leader
Tonganoxie coaches, players trust QB’s offensive knowledge
October 7, 2008
Zack Robinson is a lot of things to the Tonganoxie High football team.
Carlisle’s heroics spark 2OT THS victory
October 7, 2008
A week after being held out because of a ding to his noggin, Jeremy Carlisle dove head-first back into action for Tonganoxie High at Santa Fe Trail on Friday night.
Bulldogs have strong bond
October 7, 2008
After a slightly disappointing effort in a match recently, McLouth High volleyball coach Erika Houk decided to remind her players about just how important they are to each other.
Leukemia fundraiser under way
October 7, 2008
This week marks the beginning of Tonganoxie High’s two-week-long Sportin’ for Leukemia campaign.
Chieftains thwart Bobcats in three games
October 7, 2008
The Chieftains had a lot on their plate Tuesday night — a dual with a Kaw Valley League rival, Senior Night and a chance to get their record back above .500.
Boyda-Jenkins debate lively
October 7, 2008
Republican Lynn Jenkins and Democratic U.S. Rep. Nancy Boyda on Monday traded charges over taxes and their official duties in a spirited debate at Kansas University’s Dole Institute of Politics.
Taxes could increase for sewer district
October 7, 2008
Residents in sewer district No. 3 might be seeing $100 more in property taxes this year because of failing grinder pumps.
Registered voters up in county
October 7, 2008
Linda Scheer, the Leavenworth County clerk, reports that 41,282 county residents have already registered to vote so far this year. The last day to register to vote in this year’s election is Oct. 20.
Quilters show off works
October 7, 2008
To say Annie Cadet is passionate about her hobby somehow falls short of the mark.
Lions Club to serve breakfast before Autumn in the Grove
October 7, 2008
Lansing’s annual Autumn in the Grove festival once again will be kicked off with the Lions Club all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast.