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BB gun clubs seek access to Kansas schools
January 27, 2016
Organizers of an air gun club in south-central Kansas are urging state lawmakers to pass a bill that would guarantee them access to school facilities to hold their meetings and competitions.
Tonganoxie basketball teams sweep Heritage Christian
January 27, 2016
Tonganoxie High boys and girls basketball teams did something they haven’t done previously this season — sweep an opponent.
Weigh in on Kansas Day with The Mirror and social media
January 27, 2016
Kansas is famous for its sunflowers growing, buffalo roaming and now, a legislator bemoaning what some women are wearing at the Statehouse. The state has been home to famous people, places and things.
Kansas Senate panel struggles with medical marijuana measure
January 27, 2016
A Kansas Senate committee isn’t ready to endorse a narrow medical marijuana proposal.
Eudora outlasts THS girls in tournament consolation game
January 26, 2016
Senior Kaitlin Hall nailed a deep three to bring Tonganoxie within one possession at 40-37. But Eudora senior LeAnne Anderson scored two of her eight points on her next trip to the free throw line, which effectively sealed the Tonganoxie Chieftains fate in a 45-37 loss to the Eudora Cardinals in the first game in the consolation bracket of the Tonganoxie Basketball Invitational.
Chieftains nab 1st victory in overtime fashion, place 4th at home invite
January 26, 2016
After junior Bryson Clark’s game-tying three pointer bounced twice off the rim and in with 34 seconds left to force overtime, Holton had all of the momentum heading into overtime against Tonganoxie. Even after the Chieftains blew a late fourth-quarter lead, they outscored the Wildcats 8-4 to win their first game of the season to improve their record to 1-9.
Holding court at Tonganoxie Invitational
Eudora boys, Silver Lake grisl
January 26, 2016
The Eudora boys basketball team breezed through the Tonganoxie Invitational last week, winning its first two games by 20 and 40 points, respectively, before taking the championship by 29. Eudora defeated Tonganoxie, 57-37, in its first game and then throttled Holton, 68-28, on Friday. The Cardinals then defeated Wamego, 57-28, in the championship game Saturday.
Kansas lawmakers ‘distracted’ by women’s wardrobes
January 26, 2016
A Kansas lawmaker has apologized and retracted a dress code that banned plunging necklines and short skirts for women testifying before his committee.
Tonganoxie earmarks $31,500 for sesquicentennial celebration
January 26, 2016
The Tonganoxie City Council has earmarked $31,500 for the Tonganoxie Sesquicentennial celebration this summer. The council approved the measure, 5-0, at a rescheduled meeting last week. Council Members Curtis Oroke and Kara Reed are on the event’s steering committee and presented a proposal for the funding request.
Tonganoxie EAST group celebrates year with storyteller
January 26, 2016
Joyce Slater recounted her childhood Monday at the Myers Hotel. She spoke of sleeping in a bedroom of several siblings. “Now that was cooperation,” she said. “Most of us today are very sound sleepers.” Slater, who has been an active storyteller since 1989, served as speaker for the Entrepreneurs Achieving Success Together annual celebration.
Tonganoxie man pleads no contest in case involving juvenile
January 26, 2016
A 54-year-old Tonganoxie pleaded no contest to two cases Friday in Leavenworth County District Court. Warren P. Thompson entered a no contest plea to one charge of aggravated child endangerement and another for possession of a methamphetamine.
Tonganoxie man pleads guilty to fracturing infant son’s skull
January 26, 2016
A 30-year-old Tonganoxie man admitted to fracturing his 3-month-old son’s skull Monday while in Leavenworth County District Court.
Kansas oil and gas industries suffer while wind industry prospers
January 26, 2016
Falling energy prices and sluggish demand in the global market have taken their toll on the Kansas oil and gas industry, while the state’s wind energy industry has continued to see steady growth.
Kansas child abuse cases increase more than 30 percent over past five years
January 26, 2016
The number of U.S. children victimized by abuse and neglect increased by nearly 3 percent in the latest annual reporting period, according to new federal data.
Face to Face: Tonganoxie City Hall’s Teresa Bastron
January 26, 2016
This week’s Face to Face feature profiles Tonganoxie City Hall’s Teresa Bastron
Tonganoxie high school, middle school students honored with pizza party for winning VFW essays
January 25, 2016
Students from Tonganoxie High School and Tonganoxie Middle School presented their prize-winning essays earlier this month at the Tonganoxie VFW Post Home. VFW Post 9271 joins in the national Voice of Democracy contest for high school students and the Patriot’s Pen for middle school students.
Kansas lawmakers seek answers on computer system delays
January 25, 2016
TOPEKA — Lawmakers seeking assurances about the computerized system that determines eligibility for social service and Medicaid programs were told it’s unclear when the system will begin working.
Kansas bill aims to ban discrimination against gun dealers
January 25, 2016
A Kansas Senate panel will consider a measure aimed at banning discrimination against gun dealers and manufacturers.
Efforts to repeal Kansas death penalty may be stymied by U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling
January 25, 2016
Leading up to the start of the 2016 legislative session, Kansas death penalty opponents thought they had a good chance of passing a bill this year to repeal the law.
Kansas fantasy writer’s penchant for the unexpected appeals to international audiences
KU’s Kij Johnson expects to publish her next novella this year
January 25, 2016
Especially now, in a world where people can get replacement hearts and some cars even drive themselves, there’s a narrow line between fantasy and reality, says Kij Johnson. Johnson likes to waver over it, experiment with the expectations of her genre, and never write the same thing twice.