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De Soto latest leg in spiritual journey
November 15, 2001
The Rev. Noel Stephens said the fact that a former Australian mining engineer should end up in De Soto proves the Lord has a plan.
Carlson off the bench and on the court
November 15, 2001
If there is one golden rule for the De Soto girl’s basketball team this season that stands above all rules. It is: “No Injuries.”
Alleged kidnapping that preceded Oliver shooting detailed during testimony at preliminary hearing
November 15, 2001
Days before Melanie S. Oliver was killed, she was knocked unconscious and forced to ride to Kansas City by Juan Crutchfield, witnesses at Crutchfield’s preliminary hearing said.
Cannon elected 2002 chamber president
November 15, 2001
Betty Cannon was elected president of the De Soto Chamber of Commerce at last Thursday’s meeting.
Oklahoma’s coming to De Soto
November 15, 2001
De Soto High School will return to its “Oklahoma” roots this week.
De Soto High School honor rolls
November 15, 2001
Lexington Trails Middle School Honor Roll
November 15, 2001
Ronald L. Hess
1943-2001
November 15, 2001
Louis C. Inman
1913-2001
November 15, 2001
Dorothy E. Scott
1938-2001
November 15, 2001
Take advantage of park’s opening
November 15, 2001
De Soto has been handed an opportunity with the opening of Kill Creek Regional Park.
Changing fortunes
Monday offer a bruised America an emotional roller coaster ride
November 15, 2001
In what I suspect wasn’t a rare experience, I learned of the latest tragedy in New York City in circumstances eerily similar to those of two months of Mondays earlier. When the news of smoke billowing from a jet crash in New York first came over my radio, I thought I was hearing a recording from Sept. 11.
Hamming it up
November 15, 2001
Duke Neeland has a world of experience in chatting.
de soto history/Exploring the past
November 15, 2001
Girls gear up for hoops season
De Soto players will pick up where Bernard left off
November 15, 2001
Last season, depth wasn’t an asset for the De Soto’s girls basketball team. Then junior point guard Ashley Carlson went down with a knee injury after just the fifth game. Thus the Wildcats had to settle for a 6-15 record.
Jaguar basketball girls have nowhere to go but up
November 15, 2001
Despite going 0-21 last season, there is good news in the Mill Valley girls basketball program.
Council: 10 percent water rate increase not large enough
November 15, 2001
Despite learning that the city water department isn’t running in the red as much as he thought, Mayor David Anderson maintained water rates need to increase by more than the recommended 10 percent next year if the department is to meet its operating expenses and pay off its debt.
Community meetings scheduled to develop Sunflower vision
November 15, 2001
Community leaders will attempt to find community consensus on the future of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant at a meeting early next month.
Study says state schools spending too much for administrative costs
November 15, 2001
In a prelude to next year’s legislative debate on education funding, a local lawmaker and USD 232 official dispute the worth of a recent study on school finance.