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De Soto sewer expansion could be left to county
July 12, 2001
Five miles and two infrastructure needs separate De Soto from the residential boom that is occurring on its eastern doorstep.
County to develop stream-way trail in south De Soto
July 12, 2001
The De Soto City Council has approved an agreement with the Johnson County Parks and Recreation District that will develop a mile-long stream-way trail in the southern part of the city next year.
A ‘maze’ ing displays
July 12, 2001
Stock up on your favorite, most powerful allergy medicine, because two corn mazes in the Eudora area offer picturesque labyrinths just waiting to be discovered.
De Soto History/Exploring the past
July 12, 2001
Neighborhood News
July 12, 2001
Pet talk
July 12, 2001
I don’t know about you, but did God turn off the air conditioning to save a few bucks?
A doggone good time
July 12, 2001
Even dogs need a place to kick back and relax. Thanks to Greg Oberhelman, owner of the Triune Canine Training and Country Resort, 8410 Edgerton Road, De Soto, dogs can learn how to behave as well as relax.
Detour for school construction
July 12, 2001
The De Soto school district’s construction projects in the city are on schedule, and that means traffic detours in the near future.
Wildcat hoopsters win first game in summer season league play
July 12, 2001
The De Soto boys basketball team matched its win total of last season’s 1-15 record with a 64-44 season-opening victory over a Shawnee-based team at the JCGAA summer league in Shawnee.
City asks residents to conserve water
Work on Sunflower waterline begins
July 12, 2001
De Soto residents are being asked to voluntarily conserve water until solutions to the city’s chronic summer water shortage woes are in place.
Council plans sidewalk project
July 12, 2001
The De Soto City Council reconfirmed last Thursday its commitment to use the city’s 2002 Community Development Block Grant to improve city sidewalks.
Too many tax dollars leaving De Soto
July 12, 2001
Saturday mornings in downtown De Soto tend to be on the quiet side, but if you listen closely, you can hear the sound of money leaving the city.
Duncan-Tuckfield
July 12, 2001
Lisa Duncan, De Soto, and Brian Tuckfield, Lee’s Summit, Mo., were married June 9, 2001, at De Soto Baptist Church, with the Rev. Richard Copeland officiating.
Fountain flowing at Miller Park
July 12, 2001
The fountain at the Miller Park flag memorial is now working, but the De Soto Enhancement Committee is still seeking donations to pay for the project.
Mayor pulls double duty for a day
July 12, 2001
Karla Stephans complimented Mayor Dave Anderson’s job performance Monday morning.
Football camp provides glimpse into DHS future
July 12, 2001
The Wildcat football camp began Monday under the direction of De Soto head coach Brad Scott, assistants Brad Qualls and Toby Weir, and coaches Justin Haub and Bart McGivern.
DHS football team going the extra yard
July 12, 2001
It’s 7 a.m. Do you know where your children are?
County to take on animal control duties
July 12, 2001
A thankful De Soto City Council found the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department’s offer to provide animal control services within the city too good to turn down.
New curriculum director diverse but focused
July 12, 2001
Doug Powers speaks from experience when he talks about the uniqueness of his new job.