Archive for Thursday, March 26, 2009

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Dollar General killers receive life in prison
March 26, 2009
Robert Haberlein and John Backus received sentences of life in prison Tuesday for the November 2005 murder of Robin Bell.
Dollar General murderers get life terms
March 26, 2009
Two men were sentenced Thursday to life terms for the murder of a Dollar General Store employee in Bonner Springs on the night of Nov. 11, 2005, at the store.
Leavenworth County included in winter storm watch
March 26, 2009
Leavenworth County is included in a winter storm watch beginning late Friday and ending Saturday evening
Grizzle, Jeannin make all-KVL squad
March 26, 2009
The Kaw Valley League basketball coaches have named Tonganoxie High seniors Roni Grizzle and Chrissie Jeannin to the all-league team.
Rome, Shufflebarger honored by DVL
March 26, 2009
One McLouth High girls basketball player was a unanimous selection for the all-Delaware Valley League girls basketball team and another earned honorable mention.
McLouth’s Batman named all-DVL
March 26, 2009
Cole Batman was McLouth High’s lone all-Delaware Valley League basketball selection for boys basketball.
Tonganoxie/McLouth 2009 spring sports schedules
March 26, 2009
Here are the schedules for all prep spring sports squads in Tonganoxie and McLouth.
Winter storm watch issued for weekend
March 26, 2009
Don’t believe the calendar: It may be spring but the metro area could receive up to 8 inches of snow overnight Friday and into Saturday.
Graveman: Spending out of control
March 26, 2009
After spending tera-dollars (that’s trillions) this week, Barack Obama has left Washington in order to change the issue from those pesky ridiculous bonuses paid to AIG and other executives from Wall Street who had to be bailed out.
Commuter forecast, March 26, 2009
March 26, 2009
This morning’s commute will be quiet, but a significant storm system is heading our way. We could see a wintry mix settling over us for the weekend. Delays at MCI are expected.
No seatbelt law equals no grant for Kansas
March 26, 2009
The state of Kansas is in danger of losing out on an $11.2 million grant if it doesn’t pass a primary seatbelt law soon.
Basehor history tied to prison
Historical society learns more about Lansing Correctional Facility’s 150-year past
March 26, 2009
One of the most interesting and lucrative institutions in Leavenworth County is also home to more than 2,000 criminals.