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Cats make second-half comeback
December 24, 2003
In the first half, Brown was very much uninvolved in the game and scored a mere two points. The third period was a different story.
Pet Talk
A veterinarian’s family Christmas
December 24, 2003
We wish you a timeless holiday
December 24, 2003
Jennifer Louise Jennings
December 24, 2003
Ruth A. Stevenson
1923-2003
December 24, 2003
Wildcats alright with winning ugly
December 24, 2003
Tonight was a slow and ugly win,” said De Soto leading scorer Allie Heinen. “But we blew them out, so that was great.”
Wrestlers test mettle against county’s best
December 24, 2003
In his eighth match at this weekend’s Johnson County Wrestling Classic, Leif Goleman found himself in a rematch against Olathe East’s Taylor Bauer, whom he had pinned earlier in the day. The second match didn’t turn out as well as the first one, however, as Bauer avenged his lone loss of Saturday with a pin of his own near the end of the second period.
Christmas made merry
December 24, 2003
Comprehensive Plan update sent back to Planning Commission
December 24, 2003
Differences in how questions about future land uses in the Kill Creek Road corridor should be addressed led the De Soto City Council to reject an update to the comprehensive plan.
DHS band readies for Dallas
December 24, 2003
Local teens will be leaving Wildcat country for the land of cotton Tuesday when 76 De Soto High School musicians and performers head to Dallas. The band and flag team members are set to perform at the halftime show of the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 2. The group is in the process of making final preparation to make the trip a smooth one. “This is a neat opportunity for the kids,” said band director Justin Love. “We’re taking quite a large group down. Principle Debbie Lynn, a nurse, a number of chaperones and about 50 or so family members will also be there to watch.”
Council denies Arbor Ridge rezoning bids
December 24, 2003
The De Soto City Council unanimously voted to deny two rezoning requests that would have allowed 181 single-family homes and 58 two-unit townhomes to be platted on a 90-acre site southeast of Kill Creek Road and 83rd Street.