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City to begin $70,000 street extension project
April 26, 2001
Last Thursday, the De Soto City Council gave City Engineer Mike Brungardt the authorization to seek bids for the extension of 91st Street to the site of Intervet Inc. research, production and distribution campus that is now under construction.
Maintaining a high standard
DHS yearbook staff strives to continue award-winning work of their predecessors
April 26, 2001
Although they’ve had their positions nearly a year, Cody Gratny and Amanda Leach recently learned the standard that comes with them.
Summer program offers creative learning
April 26, 2001
Paula Hill said Summer Academy allows De Soto teachers a chance to get creative.
Desoto history/Exploring the past
April 26, 2001
Public forum to offer valuable lessons
Editorial
April 26, 2001
April 20, 1999, was a day few people will ever forget.
DHS Madrigals perform for musical royalty
April 26, 2001
When he joined De Soto High School’s Madrigals last fall, Paul Seaman said he never imagined the experiences it would afford him.
Twaddle-Flannery
April 26, 2001
Juanita M. Caldwell
April 26, 2001
DHS, MVHS golf teams place in area tournaments
April 26, 2001
On Monday, the DeSoto golf team placed third at the Louisburg Invitational.
Mill Valley baseball team keeps winning
April 26, 2001
Fearing a letdown after a split with Spring Hill, the Mill Valley baseball squad instead came away with an offensive explosion in Tuesday’s sweep of Basehor-Linwood.
The learning curve
Thurman prepares for top spot on Jaguar pitching staff
April 26, 2001
One of keys to success in sports is the ability to win, no matter the disadvantage.
Wildcats shine at home meet
April 26, 2001
The De Soto High School track team had a strong showing Tuesday at the De Soto Invitational, their lone home meet of the season.
Wildcats come close but lose two
April 26, 2001
The De Soto High School baseball team lost two games to league powerhouse Piper High School on Tuesday night.
Jaguars post record-setting week
April 26, 2001
The Mill Valley track and field team broke its way into the school record books in fine fashion at the KU Relays last weekend.
Memorial replica coming to De Soto
April 26, 2001
The Moving Vietnam Wall Memorial will come to De Soto’s Miller Park for a week this October.
City seeks to eliminate SWB metro fee in De Soto
April 26, 2001
The De Soto City Council will again ask the Kansas Corporation Commission to make the city a part of the metropolitan telephone system.
Council opts to patch pool, rebuild later
April 26, 2001
The De Soto City Council has decided to do the minimum repairs necessary to keep the Miller Park swimming pool open this summer.
Surbaugh offers guide for Oz study
April 26, 2001
Annabeth Surbaugh has notified her fellow Johnson County Commissioners what she expects from a feasibility study of Oz Entertainment Co.’s financial plan.
Prudden reflects on legacy
April 26, 2001
Sitting at his desk Friday, Steve Prudden joked he had nearly made it through his term without an office.
Duncan-Tuckfield
April 26, 2001
More than just a walk in the park
April 26, 2001
Is there anything better than the arrival of spring?
Dominate pitching leads to three Mill Valley wins
April 26, 2001
The Mill Valley softball team ended the week with a 3-1 record, registering a pair of wins against Bonner Springs, 2-0, 10-2, last Thursday.