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Johnson County Fair schedule of events
August 2, 2001
Music leads De Soto trio to Europe
August 2, 2001
Two recent De Soto High School graduates and a Mill Valley High School sophomore experienced the most exciting trip of their young lives this summer and had the chance to perform music in five European countries.
Jaguars hit the courts: Krug recruits first Mill Valley tennis team
August 2, 2001
Usually, high school athletes are recruited by college coaches. This year at Mill Valley High School, however, high school athletes specifically tennis players will be recruited by a high school coach.
Year of changes, progress for De Soto baseball association
August 2, 2001
De Soto Youth Baseball Association Commissioner Don Clark saw a lot of progress during his first year as the organization’s leader.
De Soto residents bring home Sunflower gold
August 2, 2001
Two De Soto High School coaches and two De Soto residents won gold medals at the Sunflower State Games in Lawrence over the past two weekends.
de soto history/exploring the past
August 2, 2001
The best a man can get
Collector searches far and wide for antique Gillette razors
August 2, 2001
One might say that as a collector, Edward Schmiedeler has a sharp edge.
Patrons remain silent about possible school bond issue
August 2, 2001
A possible $90 million bond issue should get people’s attention, but De Soto school board members said district residents have been mostly mum on the subject.
Anderson’s plan should get the ball rolling
August 2, 2001
De Soto Mayor Dave Anderson put himself on the line recently when he unveiled an alternate plan for the redevelopment of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant.
Bessie Morris
1927-2001
August 2, 2001
Mill levies and appraisals pushing property taxes up
August 2, 2001
Mary L. Welch suspected four months ago that her taxes were going up on the three-bedroom home she shares with her daughter, Coy Lowe.
King takes shot at queen title
August 2, 2001
To say that De Soto High School sophomore Allyssa King is active in her community would be an understatement.
The renown officer Brown
Community officer chosen as grand marshal of parade
August 2, 2001
Vernon Brown doesn’t think his contribution to De Soto sets him apart from others in the community.
Council plans quick action on increasing sales tax
August 2, 2001
The De Soto City Council will consider a sales tax proposal Thursday with an anticipation of putting the matter before city voters, possibly as early as November.