August 1, 2018
- The community paid tribute to Larry Meadows on Thursday with services at the Tonganoxie Performing Arts Center.
Even in his final days, he was discussing ideas for community projects he would have liked to see become reality.
Bill New spoke at Meadows’ funeral and told of conversations they had in Meadows’ final days. Meadows would like the city to have an archway as a welcoming entrance to the city. Ideally, Meadows wanted the archway at Fourth Street/Kansas Highway 16 and U.S. Highway 24-40. He also had hopes potentially for another at U.S. 24-40 and Main Street.
By Staff Report
August 1, 2018
- The Tonganoxie Mirror has made changes to its office space to become more efficient.
The Mirror has closed its office at 520 E. Fourth St. News Editor Shawn Linenberger will be working out of a virtual office. People can continue to contact Linenberger at 785-218-5300 and soon will be able to call regular office number, 913-845-2222.
Readers with delivery questions can continue to call 785-843-1000.
People can continue to place classified advertising by calling 866-823-8220.
Readers can call what has been our office number for several years, 913-845-2222, will be a working option again in about a week.
By Shawn Linenberger
12:15 a.m., August 1, 2018 Updated 10:09 a.m.
- The sea of sunflowers at Grinter Farms has been a mainstay Labor Day Weekend in recent years.
Right now, it’s a much different sight. Until Thursday, rain hasn’t been finding the farm just off U.S. Highway 24-40 between Tonganoxie and Lawrence.
Finally, there was rain.