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Denise DeLatte
1955-2000
November 9, 2000
Julieann Hunsperger
1955-2000
November 9, 2000
Edgar Tankersley
1939-2000
November 9, 2000
New city engineer happy for chance
November 9, 2000
Mike Brungardt, DeSotos new city engineer, said he not only feels good about his new position, but expects it to give him a good feeling.
Making a difference
Senior volunteers help children in learn
November 9, 2000
When Clear Creek Elementary third-grader Ashlynn Demo struggled with a word Tuesday, Doris Katherman gave her an instructional pinch on the cheek.
Election should serve as a reminder to give
Editorial
November 9, 2000
Another election season is behind us.
DeSoto High musical opens Thursday
November 9, 2000
As DeSoto High students practiced last week for its annual musical, choreographer Jeanne Beechwood stressed details.
Will incentives attract business to DeSoto?
November 9, 2000
The DeSoto City Council is waiting to hear if an approved incentive package will be enough to attract 198 new jobs to DeSoto.
Quarry public hearing draws a variety of opinions
November 9, 2000
A public hearing for an annexation request that would make Sunflower Quarry part of DeSoto attracted many familiar faces and one new voice.
Generally speaking, new coach is making a difference
November 9, 2000
A new coach is bringing a new attitude to the DeSoto High basketball program.
Oz vote deadlocked
November 9, 2000
Uncertainty and reassessment were the watch words after the Johnson County Commission failed to approve Oz Entertainment Companys $861 million redevelopment plan for the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant.
More Moore
Incumbent defeats Phill Kline to regain Congressional seat
November 9, 2000
Rep. Dennis Moore won reelection to Congress Tuesday with the tried and tested formula.
Unattained goal
Mill Valley drops two, settles for fourth place in Class 4A
November 9, 2000
Things didnt go as planned last weekend for the Mill Valley High soccer team.
Johnson County voters say yes-yes-yes to charter
November 9, 2000
Johnson County voters approved all three ballot proposals to reform county government.
School district had no choice
November 9, 2000
Good advice says never argue with a man who buys ink by the barrel.
O’Connor wins Senate seat
November 9, 2000
Republican Kay O��Connor easily defeated Jeff Emrick for the 9th Kansas Senate seat.