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McLouth Happenings
November 17, 2010
A day to do your holiday shopping and help the McLouth High School Spanish Club raise funds for their summer trip to Costa Rica will be from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday in the Purple Gym.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
November 17, 2010
“How can I teach my child to sew? Where do I start?”
Reception planned for longtime KCKCC employee
November 17, 2010
A reception is planned for a Kansas City Kansas Community College staff member.
Tonganoxie vocal department performing often this semester
November 17, 2010
There are plenty of opportunities to hear the Tonganoxie vocal music department perform in coming weeks.
Remember When: A community review
November 17, 2010
Ashley Kraus, daughter of Lee and Rita Kraus, Eudora, was crowned Eudora High School homecoming queen on Oct. 6. Both of her parents graduated from Tonganoxie High School.
Auto parts chain seeks Tonganoxie
November 17, 2010
Late next spring, Tonganoxie residents should have another option available for auto parts.
Mayor helping with drive for those in need
November 17, 2010
Tonganoxie Mayor Jason Ward is lending his office to an effort to help community families in need during the holiday season.
Yuletide fun planned for Saturday
Organizers hope earlier date will spark large crowd for old-fashioned event
November 17, 2010
Signs of Christmases long ago are expected Saturday afternoon in downtown Tonganoxie.
Fighting diabetes: Health officials raise awareness of disease
November 17, 2010
November is National Diabetes Month, and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, in partnership with the Kansas Diabetes Action Council, is raising awareness of diabetes and its complications.
Outgoing governor says he has no apprehension about Sam Brownback taking over
November 17, 2010
“I have tremendous respect for our system and for the wisdom of Kansans and Kansas voters,” Gov. Mark Parkinson said during an interview Tuesday.