Archive for Thursday, May 3, 2001

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Neeland returns to public service
May 3, 2001
Outgoing De Soto City Councilman Duke Neeland has been elected to serve as president of the De Soto Economic Development Council.
Appeals of property valuations decrease in Johnson County
May 3, 2001
The number of appeals of appraised values are down by 25 percent from last year despite increased values seen by 85.6 percent of Johnson County property owners this year.
Letter to the editor
May 3, 2001
Time to put city’s old swimming pool to rest
Editorial
May 3, 2001
Summer has arrived and once again, the De Soto City Council is forced to pour more money into the city’s old, dilapidated swimming pool.
Cinco de Mayo Sedula de eventos
May 3, 2001
De Soto prepares for Cinco de Mayo
May 3, 2001
Felix Brisero has eight words of advice for those planning to attend De Soto’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Robert R. Osborne
May 3, 2001
Pat Crawford
May 3, 2001
King-Church
May 3, 2001
Wildcats run into trouble once again
May 3, 2001
The De Soto High School baseball team dropped two games to Frontier League member Gardner-Edgerton, 6-5 (8 innings) and 13-8.
Mill Valley track team ready for a breather
May 3, 2001
After two invitationals sandwiched around the KU Relays, all in the span of in six days, the Mill Valley track and field is looking for a little rest and relaxation.
De Soto track team ready for post season
May 3, 2001
The De Soto High School track team has grown a bit weary.
DHS battles hard, falls to former teammates
May 3, 2001
Hugs were shared after Thursday’s doubleheader between Mill Valley and De Soto, marking the first time the two teams have played since the district split into two schools.
Showdowns: De Soto style
Jaguars take two from Wildcats in first meeting
May 3, 2001
The Mill Valley High School baseball team continued its high level of play as the Jaguars defeated district rival De Soto High School 12-2, 12-0 Thursday night at Johnson County 3 & 2 fields.
An old dance for a new generation
May 3, 2001
The eight girls and six boys stomping out rhythmic dance steps at the De Soto Community Center last Saturday were enjoying themselves too much to think about connecting with their heritage.
Just a few friendly reminders
May 3, 2001
There’s a lot going on in De Soto this week, which leaves me with the dilemma of what to write about.
Cinco de Mayo Schedule of events
May 3, 2001
De Soto school administrators think about the unthinkable
May 3, 2001
During his two years as the De Soto school district’s safety coordinator, Mark Schmidt said he has heard the same cautionary statement repeated by experts.
Time to pay delinquent winter gas bills
May 3, 2001
Customers with overdue utility bills need to make payment plans now or face the prospect a summer with no electrical or gas service, said Jodi Hitchcock, coordinator of De Soto’s Johnson County Multi-Service Center.
City seeks solution to water woes
May 3, 2001
A newly-activated waterline could provide the city of De Soto additional options in addressing its water needs.