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New parks and recreation director blazing new trails
January 11, 2001
For the first time ever, DeSoto has its very own parks and recreation director.
Lady Wildcats turn things around with two straight wins
January 11, 2001
The Lady Wildcats know how to turn things around.
School board rejects city’s proposal for joint recreation commission
January 11, 2001
The DeSoto school board has rejected a suggestion that it jointly form a recreation commission with the city of DeSoto.
Winning week for DeSoto/Mill Valley wrestlers
January 11, 2001
DeSoto/Mill Valley wrestlers will take some much deserved time off this weekend after posting a couple of big wins last week.
DeSoto is fortunate to have qualified city clerk
Editorial
January 11, 2001
DeSoto City Clerk Lana McPherson was recently awarded the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.
Bittersweet goodbye
Sheriff Fred Allenbrand retires after more than three decades of service
January 11, 2001
Fred Allenbrand said last Friday was a tough day.
Mill Valley girls remain winless
January 11, 2001
Local market honors cultural differences
January 11, 2001
On a recent Friday, a slender Sudanese-born man watched in Steve’s Meat Market as a meat saw quickly diced up a lamb’s carcass into stew meat.
Jaguars record first loss of the year
Mill Valley loses tough-fought battle with Basehor-Linwood
January 11, 2001
Trading blows like heavyweight fighters, both the Mill Valley and Basehor-Linwood varsity boys competed in a game that lived up to the hype.
Desoto History/Exploring the Past
January 11, 2001
Chamber takes charge of economic development
January 11, 2001
A year after the DeSoto Chamber of Commerce first made the request, the DeSoto City Council has agreed to turn the city’s economic development efforts over to the organization.
Wolf easing into to new role as commissioner
January 11, 2001
Susie Wolf says she has a newfound appreciation for the expertise of county staff and the complexity of county government.
Mayor will not seek re-election
Prudden bows out, throws his support to City Councilman Duke Neeland
January 11, 2001
DeSoto will have a new mayor in April, but city voters will decide if it will be the candidate the present mayor endorses.