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Lindbloom, teammates slam Bishop Ward
December 18, 2003
The Wildcat wrestling team easily defeated Bishop Ward in a dual Friday, with Blake Lindbloom’s gutty performance leading a way.
Exploring the Past
December 18, 2003
School finance decision could be judicial overstep
December 18, 2003
Still we’re puzzled by sections of Shawnee County District Judge Terry Bullock’s decision from earlier this week that the state’s school finance law was unconstitutional because it was underfunded.
Robert E. Snover
1918-2003
December 18, 2003
Corrine Halsell
1924-2003
December 18, 2003
Students spread holiday cheer
December 18, 2003
Starside Elementary fifth-graders accompanied Paula Henderson to Hillside Village in De Soto on Monday. The students, all members of the school’s character council, brought gifts to the residents and played bingo with them in the afternoon. Henderson said the efforts were to prepare the group for positions of leadership when they head to middle school next year and to further their understanding of the importance of community involvement.
Clinic draws interest as closing date nears
Current health provider vows to cooperate with city
December 18, 2003
Members of a task force attempting to find a new provider for De Soto Family Practice express confidence services will continue in the community with little or no interruption.
School caldendar
December 18, 2003
Icy conditions cost Cats KVL lead
December 18, 2003
Cold shooting cost the De Soto Wildcat girls in a game against fellow Kaw Valley contender Santa Fe Trail.
USD 232 Board approves $2.3 million computer technology allocation
December 18, 2003
After a long debate Monday, the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education gave Technology Director Ben Crosier approval of a $2.3 million expansion of thin-client technology. Most of the money will be used for a technology data center at the district service center in downtown De Soto. The data center would be a computer structure that would function as headquarters for the district’s expansion of thin-client computer applications. The data center would allow as many as 600 users throughout the district.
Big first half enough for De Soto boys
December 18, 2003
De Soto allowed a big first-half lead to get away but held on to post a road win at Santa Fe Trail.
Sunflower Quarry hit with multiple citations
December 18, 2003