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Trio of medalists for Tonganoxie High wrestling
March 1, 2017
Tonganoxie High got off to a great start Friday in the first day of the Class 4A state wrestling tournament at Salina’s Bicentennial Center. THS, which qualified a school-record 10 wrestlers for state this year, ran into a buzz saw Friday night. The Chieftains had three wrestlers in the state semifinals, but all three lost. Still, THS, one of four regional champions the weekend before, advanced eight of its wrestlers to Saturday.
Kathy’s Kottage offers cozy craft opportunities in Tonganoxie
March 1, 2017
Kathy’s Kottage offers visitors the chance to buy or create crafts and gifts, but the Tonganoxie business also has an international feel. Kathy Link, who taught second grade at Genesis Christian Academy for nine years, retired from the school in June 2016. A longtime craft enthusiast, Link wanted to share her craft love with the community. This past October, Kathy’s Kottage opened at 120 Hatchell Road nestled near her home. Link’s husband, Bob, built the cozy building.
Tonganoxie school board member addresses events surrounding superintendent; attorney who filed charges is former USD 464 administrator
March 1, 2017
As Tonganoxie’s top administrator awaits his time in court for allegedly failing to report abuse at his previous school, a Tonganoxie School Board member explains the district’s timeline with hiring the administrator. The Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office arrested Kleidosty on Tuesday on a warrant out of Linn County where he previously was superintendent at Prairie View USD 362.
Tonganoxie voters approve 20-year sales tax; Tonganoxie Days entertainment agreement approved; VFW Park news
March 1, 2017
A 3/4-cent sales tax will fund a new Tonganoxie Public Library. Tonganoxie residents voted, 776-429, to replace the current 3/4-cent sales tax with a new 20-year sales tax at the same rate, according to Leavenworth County Clerk Janet Klasinski. She noted voter turnout was nearly 42 percent. The “yes” votes won with about 64 percent of the vote.