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De Soto boys fall in last-minute setback
February 14, 2002
The last time De Soto faced Lorenzo Lasley and his teammates, it wound up in a 73-42 blood bath for De Soto as Lasley got hot for 28 points.
Legislature needs to find courage
February 14, 2002
Three weeks into the legislative session, local school districts learned Feb. 5 that the Kansas Legislature isn’t going to raid the budgets they have been operating under for the past seven months. The news came when Senate President Kerr’s move to trim the current fiscal year’s budget failed to garner needed support in the Senate.
Take charge, drop weight
Doing battle with the beer-belly blues
February 14, 2002
Working in The Eudora News office from time to time, the pulsating rhythm of booty-shaking dance music can occasionally be heard seeping through the walls.
Read more news about De Soto
February 14, 2002
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Alliance to present proposal to manage water utility
Iowa city satisfied with private operation of city departments
February 14, 2002
Maquoketa, Iowa, City Manager Brian Wagner said he was surprised last summer when his city council chose to contract Alliance Water Resources to operate the city’s sewer and water departments.
Field of dreams
February 14, 2002
As the ice from the last winter storm melts into the ground, Jake Miller, 17, and Brad King, 16, get an early start on baseball spring training in Miller Park. Baseball practice for De Soto High School starts on Feb. 25.