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De Soto USD 232 bond issue wins approval
November 7, 2002
The De Soto USD 232’s $76.8 million bond issue won approval Tuesday despite losing in De Soto by 559 votes.
County voters choose Surbaugh as first Commission chair
November 7, 2002
The two headline races in Johnson County offered something new and something familiar.
Flory, Miller announce engagement
November 7, 2002
Michael and Cheryl Flory, Lawrence, announce the engagement of their daughter Tara Flory, Shawnee, to Dan Miller, Gardner.
Cecil Tillery
1937-2002
November 7, 2002
Mill Valley ends De Soto’s season with shutout victory
November 7, 2002
The last time De Soto played Mill Valley, the Wildcats fell behind 3-0 but rallied, tying the game and drawing a 4-4 tie with the Jaguars.
Changing colors, changing times
November 7, 2002
Once again I find myself in front of my computer with lots of ideas competing for this column: Such things as my shrinking 401K, a concern I share with millions of other people today; the vivid color of the changing trees; and the recent dreadful news from the Washington D.C. area concerning the sniper shootings of innocent people.
Lois A. Brown
1912-2002
November 7, 2002
Funeral services for Lois Alberta Brown, 90, De Soto, were Monday, Nov. 4, at De Soto Baptist Church. Burial was in De Soto Cemetery.
Robert R. Burton
1928-2002
November 7, 2002
Cyclones conquer Cats
KC’s Bishop Ward defeats De Soto 37-8
November 7, 2002
If De Soto had it to do all over again, it probably wouldn’t have tried to pressure Bishop Ward quarterback John Breitenstein in last Thursday’s 37-8 season-ending loss to the Cyclones.
Runners lose steam at state
November 7, 2002
De Soto went into Saturday’s girls 4A state cross country meet with high hopes. But a slow start in a fast field kept De Soto from turning those hopes into reality.
Mae Irene Young Gibler
1923-2002
November 7, 2002