Archive for Tuesday, February 17, 2009

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Power lifters back with a bang
February 17, 2009
After a lengthy hiatus, Tonganoxie High is back in the business of power lifting, and the Chieftains have hoisted some trophies for their feats of strength.
Abilene features competitive field
February 17, 2009
On Friday, the Tonganoxie High wrestling team will head to Abilene for two days of regional competition, where three schools are ranked in the top 10, as are 23 wrestlers.
Tonganoxie hoops squads can’t win at Lansing
February 17, 2009
Lansing swept Tonganoxie on Tuesday night as the Chieftain girls fell, 58-43, and the THS boys were edged, 56-50.
Governor plans Tuesday afternoon press conference; will call finance council meeting for 2 p.m. Wednesday
February 17, 2009
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has called for a State Finance Council meeting in an attempt to avert a financial crisis that has already halted income tax refunds and could jeopardize state employee paychecks and health and education payments.
Jeannin stars in crunch time as THS wins, 45-44
February 17, 2009
For the first three quarters of Tonganoxie High’s girls basketball game Friday, junior guard Andie Jeannin looked to be having a pretty typical night.
Schaffer drives, dishes as Tonganoxie improves
February 17, 2009
More often than not, a glance at a Tonganoxie High boys basketball box score shows Keaton Schaffer as the team’s leading scorer. Such was the case on Friday.
Senate Republicans deliver budget bill, ask for State Finance Council meeting
Sebelius hammers Republicans over government funding
11:01 a.m., February 17, 2009 Updated 01:05 p.m.
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and Republican legislative leaders remained at odds Tuesday over how to solve a cash-flow problem that has delayed tax refunds and could jeopardize state employee paychecks, school funding and Medicaid payments.
Commuter forecast, February 17, 2008
February 17, 2009
Commuter forecast, February 17, 2008
Leavenworth County officials anticipate budget crunches to be felt in 2010
February 17, 2009
As money continues to tighten on the state level, county officials say budget crunches will probably not be felt until next year.