Archive for Thursday, April 19, 2001

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School district braces for increased utilities costs
April 19, 2001
Jack Deyoe warned the De Soto School Board Monday that the increase the district saw in its natural gas bill this winter could pale in comparison to the hike it will see in its electrical bill next year.
Letter to the editor: Concerned citizens deserve equal time
April 19, 2001
I find Marge Morse’s comments about an “educational experience” concerning Oz and her visit to Topeka recently most interesting, laughable and lacking at best.
Council rushed decision to annex golf course
Editorial
April 19, 2001
It seems some De Soto City officials want to grab as much land as they can before the new city administration takes office.
Cedar Grove to re-open under new ownership
April 19, 2001
A plan to renovate and expand Cedar Grove Nursing Home needs to clear just one more hurdle.
Students map out geography lesson
April 19, 2001
When a classroom of third and fourth-graders at Starside Elementary wanted to learn something about all 50 states, they went directly to the source.
Buy and hold strategy works for long-term investor
April 19, 2001
Buy and hold.” You won’t see this phrase screaming out at you from the investment magazines or the multitudes of websites devoted to investing. But you will find those three little words in the vocabulary of the most successful investors.
Lucille Sellers
April 19, 2001
John E. Rogers
April 19, 2001
Geraldine E. Meyer
April 19, 2001
Twaddle-Flannery
April 19, 2001
Erickson takes eighth, leads Mill Valley golfers at Sunflower Classic
April 19, 2001
Mill Valley senior Lane Erickson placed eighth at the Sunflower Classic on Saturday. Erickson shot an eight-over-par 80, which put him in a six-way tie.
Jaguars lose a pair to Piper
April 19, 2001
Fielding miscues dampened Mill Valley’s hopes of an undefeated season on Tuesday.
Wildcat softball team looking for first win
April 19, 2001
Despite four losses in the past week by the De Soto softball team, Coach Glenda Williams said things are not as bad as they seem for the Lady Wildcats.
DHS track team brings home the gold
April 19, 2001
The De Soto track team won a season’s worth of medals at the Baker Relays Tuesday in Ottawa.
Track keeps exchange student close to home
April 19, 2001
Maike Pieper remembers where she was when she was notified of her qualification to the KU Relays.
Work begins on city fountain project
April 19, 2001
Casey Johnson has learned that accomplishing something special sometimes requires doing something he would rather not do.
Cooper James Thompson
April 19, 2001
Perkins shuts out Piper
April 19, 2001
Mill Valley softball split its doubleheader with host Piper on Tuesday night.
De Soto History/Exploring the past
April 19, 2001
City growth prompts traffic, safety concerns
April 19, 2001
One of De Soto’s newest streets is becoming one of its busiest.
Pool repairs dip into tight city budget
April 19, 2001
De Soto Parks and Recreation Director Jay Garvin found the hard winter was not kind to the city pool in Miller Park.
Former candidate seeks change in school elections
April 19, 2001
An unsuccessful candidate in this month’s De Soto School Board election is seeking approval of the Kansas Board of Education to change the way the school district elects its members.