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Goodman, Ohrenberg unite in marriage
October 24, 2002
Marjorie Denmark
1928-2002
October 24, 2002
Curtis L. DeVore
1918-2002
October 24, 2002
Alice F. Carver Jenkins
1934-2002
October 24, 2002
Likes, Haberstroh announce engagement
October 24, 2002
Hunt Midwest, opponents get day in Supreme Court
October 24, 2002
The vanquished giant got a rematch Tuesday in the two-year-old local David-and-Goliath legal battle just days after receiving added motivation for the contest.
Cook-off fans flames of BBQ interest
October 24, 2002
Robert “Sparky” Sparks really likes to smoke. But when he lights up, the only thing burning is hardwood, charcoal and the choicest meats.
Mill Valley gets big win
October 24, 2002
Mill Valley High School continued its magical football season with a 36-28 win over Huron League champion Bishop Ward 36-28 Oct. 19 in Kansas City, Kan.
Board approves Lexington Trails computer purchase
$637,000 decision will place laptops in De Soto middle school students’ hands at start of second semester
October 24, 2002
The De Soto USD 232 Board of Education Monday approved the purchase of laptops for Lexington Trails Middle School, but how long they remain there could depend on whether the Board adopts a new information networking system it agreed to review.
Getting in touch with pioneer history
October 24, 2002
Starside Elementary School fourth-grader Octavio Villa learned a variety of lessons Tuesday from making a plaster diorama of an Oregon Trail campsite.
Big second quarter carries visiting Eudora to district win
October 24, 2002
Eudora football took a big step toward getting its swagger back after suffering its first loss of the year at the hands of Baldwin.
House race attracts accessible candidate
October 24, 2002
We had an unusual experience when the two candidates for the 32nd Kansas House District unexpectedly came into the office at the same time earlier this week. There was something hopeful and endearing about the experience. Neither man, Eudora Democrat Carlie Abel nor Olathe Republican Rob Boyer, was accompanied by an entourage, urging him to wrap things up and move on to his next appointment, as is often the case when politicians visit newsrooms.