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Adult reading program continues through March
March 5, 2013
Tonganoxie Public Library’s adult reading program offers readers the chance to write book reviews and enter into drawings for their contributions.
Snowstorms keep crews busy, cause several cancellations
March 5, 2013
The calendar soon will turn to May, but local residents were reminded that it’s still winter in Kansas the past two weeks.
Future Independence Days could happen without boom
March 5, 2013
Lighting fireworks might be the furthest thought from residents’ minds with significant snow on the ground, but the Tonganoxie City Council approved an ordinance Wednesday, Feb. 27, that would provide for the ban of fireworks in certain cases.
Springdale News
March 5, 2013
Dan Schwinn, John Schwinn and Bill Schwinn attended a farm show and tractor pull Feb. 22 in Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Mo.
McLouth Happenings
March 5, 2013
Remember to set your clocks forward (spring ahead) one hour before going to bed Saturday night. Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Jarbalo Jottings
March 5, 2013
Fall Creek Cemetery Corporation will meet Saturday at Alexandria Township Fire Station, Springdale.
Tonganoxie’s Science Olympiad squad sets sights on state
March 5, 2013
Whether it’s building a robotic arm, racing a car with magnets or tackling written tests, the Tonganoxie High School Science Olympiad team is ready for a state competition.
Tonganoxie Public Library extends hours
March 5, 2013
Tonganoxie Public Library started offering additional weekend hours starting Saturday.
St. Pat’s parade is March 16 in downtown Tonganoxie
March 5, 2013
Tonganoxie will be painted green Saturday, March 16, for the 25th annual St. Patrick’s Parade.
Remember When: A Community Review of Tonganoxie
March 5, 2013
Tonganoxie City Clerk Karen Daniels submitted her letter of retirement to the city council on Monday. The longtime clerk’s final day with the city will be April 30.
Pope, Adams sign with KCKCC
March 5, 2013
Last week, McLouth High seniors Taylor Pope and Alex Adams finally achieved three-year-old goals when they signed national letters of intent to play softball in college. To make matters better, they guaranteed they’d be making the journey together.
Tonganoxie City Council chats second-class status during forum
March 5, 2013
Tonganoxie City Council received plenty of feedback regarding how it should move forward as a city of the second class.