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City to consider new septic tank regulations
November 21, 2001
The city of De Soto is taking another crack at establishing new septic tank regulations.
School boundaries take shape
November 21, 2001
The USD 232 Board of Education redrew the boundaries for east-side elementaries Monday by accepting an option that would add the subdivisions Deerfield Trace and Mill Creek Meadows to 47th Street Elementary.
Howard P. Hood
1919-2001
November 21, 2001
Raymond E. Magee
1922-2001
November 21, 2001
Thanksgiving a time for sharing
November 21, 2001
Thanksgiving takes on special meaning in this year of national crisis. It is difficult to give thanks when 5,000 of our fellow Americans are dead and the peace we knew three months ago shattered.
de soto history/Exploring the past
November 21, 2001
De Soto City Council approves 33-percent water rate increase
November 21, 2001
At the urging of Mayor David Anderson, the De Soto City Council Thursday approved a 2002 water-rate schedule that will raise rates 33 percent and provide the water department the revenue it needs to pay its bills.
Steppin’ up and steppin’ out
November 21, 2001
At least once a week, Doc and Bruties is filled with people picking their way through more than pizza or barbecue.
Judge hears arguments on quarry annexation after last-minute settlement agreement rejected
November 21, 2001
Lawyers will have one more opportunity to make their case before the judge who will decide the fate of a controversial annexation the De Soto City Council approved last year.
A season for sharing
Community contributes to meet increased need
November 21, 2001
As she takes requests for Thanksgiving dinners, Jodi Hitchcock said the De Soto Multi-Service Center is seeing the effects of the economic downturn and Sept. 11.
Soccer up-and-comers will lead next season
November 21, 2001
If De Soto’s last soccer game of the year is any indication of where the program is heading, the sky might be the limit.
Weldon asks city to extend trash contract, requests first rate hike in six years
November 21, 2001
The De Soto City Council is willing to extend its trash service contract with Weldon Enterprises Inc.’s for three more years once it see the contract.
Big school competition toughened team
November 21, 2001
At the end of De Soto’s tennis season coach Mike Sullivan’s troops were battle-tested.
Holiday memories
Gatherings provide gift of family history
November 21, 2001
Laura and I decided we couldn’t miss the promised once-in-a-lifetime celestial event that the Leonid meteor shower offered Sunday. We did find it was easier to make the vow Saturday evening than when the alarm went off at 4 a.m.
Woywods thankful to discontinue one tradition this holiday season
November 21, 2001
For the first time in years, Joe Woywod is looking forward to the holiday season with no trepidation.