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Loophole saves Lexington Plaza
August 7, 2003
A sign near the Rotary Club recycling bin announcing the coming of Lexington Plaza may not be overly optimistic thanks to a loophole in the city’s zoning regulations.
City increases 2004 mill levy
August 7, 2003
The De Soto City Council agreed to publish a proposed 2004 budget that will essentially maintain current spending levels while increasing the property tax levy a projected 1.05 mills.
Heinen improves game running with Kansas City Swoosh
Summer league play boosts returning Wildcat center’s confidence
August 7, 2003
Senior-to-be Allie Heinen has been playing for Mid-America Youth Basketball since the fifth grade and has loved it.
Local rider barreling through new event
August 7, 2003
During the last show season, craving more intense competition and action, Erin Paulsen began to make the transition to barrel racing.
mail call
August 7, 2003
PTs to kids: Let’s get physical
Exercise does a growing body good
August 7, 2003
According to physical therapists, getting enough exercise is crucial for children’s weight control as well for helping to prevent conditions like diabetes and osteoporosis.
Erisman’s triumph displays character
August 7, 2003
De Soto is blessed with many talented, articulate and engaging teens, including athletes as well as those involved in the arts, academic activities and other endeavors.
Fun Run to kick off festival
August 7, 2003
The first event of the De Soto Days Festival, once again scheduled for the last weekend in August, will be Aug. 23.
Exploring the past
De soto history
August 7, 2003
Likes, Haberstroh wed
August 7, 2003
Band takes first steps toward Big D
August 7, 2003
Five months from now, lessons learned early may echo in the heads of the band members as they play in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl.
USD 232’s finance costs rising
August 7, 2003
Having expected up to a dozen bids to purchase the bonds, Steve Shogren said he was sorry to report that just two bid proposals were received for a $15 million bond sale.