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DeSoto School Board to keep school fees steady in coming year
April 5, 2001
The DeSoto school district won’t ask parents to dig deeper into their pockets to send their children off to school next fall.
Plummer earns third term on school board
April 5, 2001
In the only re-election contest for the DeSoto school board, Jim Plummer easily won re-election to his third term to the position six seat.
Burgin shines in Mill Valley track and field season opener
April 5, 2001
The competition was tough, but the Mill Valley track and field team put forth a noble effort in its first meet of the 2001 season.
Jaguar baseball team off to strong start
April 5, 2001
One was sloppy, one was sharp, but both were wins for the Mill Valley baseball team.
Wildcats lose two against Spring Hill
April 5, 2001
The DeSoto High School Baseball team played two close games against the Spring Hill Broncos, one of the best teams in class 4A. However the Wildcats (1-3) lost both games 6-4, 7-3 on the road.
Tennis season in full swing
DeSoto, Mill Valley to compete as unified team
April 5, 2001
If you were going to design a mascot for the DeSoto 2001 boys’ tennis team, it would have to be a hybrid of a Wildcat and a Jaguar.
LTMS hosts the Ikidarod
LTMS students hold their own version of the famous dog race
April 5, 2001
James Buren didn’t hear any words of complaint when he served a group of fellow Lexington Trails seventh-graders dog biscuits last Friday.
Desoto History/Exploring the past
April 5, 2001
Spring cleaning includes community cleaning
Editorial
April 5, 2001
The warmer weather in the last week has helped our cabin fever as it looks like the six-month winter is loosening its grip on our fair city.
DeSoto officially changes spelling of name to De Soto
April 5, 2001
The city of DeSoto has recovered its lost space.
City move brings new life to old building
April 5, 2001
Rose McAninch was pleased Tuesday when she visited what is now officially DeSoto City Hall to pay her water bill.
Anderson wins mayoral race
April 5, 2001
DeSoto voters put a new face on city government Tuesday with the election of Dave Anderson as mayor and political newcomer Emil Urbanek to city council.
Olathe senator deals blow to Sunflower legislation
April 5, 2001
Sen. Karin Brownlee, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, dealt a further setback to Oz Entertainment Co.’s proposal to redevelop the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant.
Lady Jaguars display offensive fire power
April 5, 2001
It was a reversal of fortune for the Mill Valley varsity softball team in its season opener Friday night against Anderson County.
Goodman-Ross
April 5, 2001