Archive for Wednesday, September 2, 2009

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Mill Valley is team to beat in KVL; just don’t tell Jaguars
More balance expected, but league coaches say favorites unchanged
September 2, 2009
A two-headed monster dominated the Kaw Valley League landscape during the 2008 football season — one part Jaguar and the other part Lion.
Bonner Springs Swim Club gears up for another season
September 2, 2009
The Bonner Springs Swim Club is kicking off another season and new swimmers are welcome to join.
Boy who brought BB gun to school faces disciplinary hearing
September 2, 2009
A 9-year-old boy brought an unloaded BB gun Monday to Tonganoxie Elementary School, signaling the Leavenworth County attorney to request a hearing in district court.
Commuter forecast for September 2, 2009
September 2, 2009
There will be quite a lightning show this morning as a line of thunderstorms passes through. The storms may drop heavy rains on the area too, delaying roadwork planned for today. Expect 10-15 minute delays along Highways 24 and 40 if construction continues. Drive safely.
Advance voting available for Sept. 22 election
September 2, 2009
A special election that will determine the fate of Sunday retail liquor sales in Tonganoxie is right around the corner.
She’s a sunflower
State flower attracts visitors to local fields
September 2, 2009
For years the Grinter family has been planting sunflowers.
McLouth receives 55 applicants for city clerk position
September 2, 2009
The City of McLouth continues to search for a city clerk.
Nearly $4,000 raised for officer
September 2, 2009
Tonganoxie Police Lt. Tony Hernandez said he’s never really played poker, but fortunately many of his friends and family did.
6News to broadcast next week from Tonganoxie High School
September 2, 2009
Sunflower Broadband Channel 6News will bring a live telecast to Tonganoxie at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Springdale News
September 2, 2009
Peggy Gillaspie and Evelyn Schwinn visited Betty Heywood at St. John Hospital in Leavenworth recently.
Remember When: a community review
September 2, 2009
Caption under picture: Walter and Doris Wiley celebrate their 66-year marriage with a trip down the parade route of the Leavenworth County Fair Parade.
Pastor’s Corner
September 2, 2009
“Don’t tell me if I’m dying, cause I don’t want to know. If I can’t see the sun, then maybe I should go. Don’t wake me if I’m dreaming of angels on the moon, where everyone you know, never leaves too soon.” — Thriving Ivory
Inaugural THS car show a success
September 2, 2009
The inaugural Jeremy Elliott Scholarship Fund/Team Tongie Car Show raised $1,500 Saturday outside Tonganoxie High School.
McLouth Happenings
September 2, 2009
Saturday morning breakfast guests of Bob and Alfreda Ryan were their granddaughter, Megan Mance, Jeremy Larenzo, Amy Theis, and Bob Poff, all of Leavenworth.
Aunt Norie’s sewing room
September 2, 2009
As my children grew up I became a “leave the dishes in the sink” kind of mom. I have never been sorry.
Fit-n-Fun 5K raises physical education funds
September 2, 2009
This year’s Family Fit-n-Fun 5K took place Saturday at Tonganoxie Middle School as several runners and walkers participated in the fundraiser for the Tonganoxie School District’s physical education department.
Businesses learning to recover
September 2, 2009
Will Katz’s presentation in Tonganoxie City Council Chambers at Thursday’s Tonganoxie Chamber of Commerce lunch meeting differed a bit from when he spoke this past November at another chamber meeting at the same venue.
Neighbor: Gerard Aligo
September 2, 2009
Gerard Aligo, Professional educator.
Council approves KDOT bids for new crosswalk at 24-40
September 2, 2009
Tonganoxie is one step closer to providing a safe way for kids to walk and bike to school.