Archive for Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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Local woman celebrates 100 years in style
January 28, 2009
Many things have changed in the 100 years since Ann Jarrett was born.
No need for debate: Team takes state title
January 28, 2009
It’s time to make more room on the championship sign.
Mirror gets new look
January 28, 2009
The Mirror is getting a makeover.
Letter to the editor: Board members should be given support
January 28, 2009
Regardless of whether Tonganoxie USD 464 patrons support the school board’s recent decision regarding Superintendent Erickson’s contract renewal, please support our school board members.
Letter to the editor: Story is encouraging
January 28, 2009
Good piece by Benton Smith on the “Boys of Steel” author (“Author urges THS students to follow through on dreams,” Jan. 14 issue).
Letter to the editor: Reader appreciates Remember When column
January 28, 2009
I would like to take this opportunity to thank The Mirror and Billie Aye for continuing to publish the “Remember When” column in the weekly paper.
Letter to the editor: Government should supply answers
January 28, 2009
Listening to all the talk about President Obama’s coming stimulus plan, another idea occurred to me. At the moment, his plan will cost something on the order of $800 billion in borrowed money.
Teens to learn about consumer issues
January 28, 2009
In an effort to educate young people about consumer threats, my office is hosting two student consumer workshops for Kansas high school students during National Consumer Protection Week in early March
Aunt Norie’s sewing room
January 28, 2009
Headlines the other day, even a spot on the evening news, about how “the throw away economy, is fast giving way to the repair economy.”
McLouth Happenings
January 28, 2009
McLouth United Methodist Church is playing host to its 2009 Souper Bowl Drive.
Several file for April election
January 28, 2009
The field is set for the 2009 April elections.
Board hires from within for top post
January 28, 2009
The Tonganoxie School Board didn’t look far for its next superintendent.
Senator describes state budget as ‘ugly’ during legislature update
January 28, 2009
State Sen. Tom Holland spoke with straightforward honesty Saturday morning when he told a group of Leavenworth County residents that the state budget is an “ugly” situation.
Remember when: a community review
January 28, 2009
The new park slated for U.S. 24-40 and Main took one step closer to completion last week when a representative from Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) presented Mayor Herb Robbins with a check for $10,000.