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Area still feeling effects of heat wave
September 7, 2000
A cool front that backed its way into northeastern Kansas Sunday may mean the end of triple-digit temperatures for the season, but area residents are still dealing with the consequences of the prolonged heat wave and the ongoing drought.
DeSoto school enrollment may be lower than expected
September 7, 2000
The DeSoto School District could take a big budget hit if its latest enrollment figures don’t change before Sept. 20.
DeSoto goes on a scoring spree
September 7, 2000
When a goalkeeper only touches the soccer ball once or twice in a game, it means one of two things: His defense is very good, or he is extremely bad.
Mill Valley goes on early scoring rampage
September 7, 2000
Two games into the season, the Mill Valley Jaguars have shown two things: A high scoring offense and a will to win.
Soph QB learning
September 7, 2000
DeSoto quarterback Greg Francis had some anxiety going into his season-opening game last Thursday at Lansing.
Lions tame DeSoto in opener, 64-8
September 7, 2000
A new era of DeSoto football got off to a rocky start last Thursday as Lansing handed first-year Wildcat coach Brad Scott a 64-8 season-opening loss at Lansing.
A Little Miss-cue
Letter to the Editor:
September 7, 2000
Beating the heat safely
September 7, 2000
Thankfully, temperatures have cooled down this week. The National Weather Service had made a habit of issuing heat advisories for most of the last two weeks.
Labor of Love
DeSoto woman creates family treasures for future generations
September 7, 2000
Carrie Andrews’ love covers her family.
Hundreds take part in Railroad Days
September 7, 2000
As they listened to a bluegrass band perform in Miller Park Sunday evening, Herb and Helen Schmidt attempted to choose the best part of their day.
Like it or not, this is truly a run-of-the-Mill (Valley) rivalry
September 7, 2000
The senior class recently attended an assembly where one of the major issues addressed was competition with Mill Valley.
Mistakes costly in Jags’ loss
Mills Valley drops opener
September 7, 2000
Small mistakes played a big part in Mill Valley High’s season-opening 25-6 loss to Immaculata last Friday night.
Dam road could be an obstacle for Oz
September 7, 2000
Oz Entertainment Co. officials apparently didn’t give Johnson County Commissioners the right answers during a work session Thursday.
Technology links high schools
September 7, 2000
Five DeSoto High students spend nearly two hours Friday morning intently watching television.
Board votes not to change bus policy
September 7, 2000
While the DeSoto school district school bus pickup and dropoff policy caused a great deal of discussion at an Aug. 21 school board meeting, it apparently doesn’t concern district parents.
Staying fit, thanks to the music
September 7, 2000
Sitting in front of my keyboard filled with the sound of music in my heart.
Fund-raiser helps local animal shelter
September 7, 2000
One man’s dream of opening a new animal shelter in DeSoto is gaining momentum.