Archive for Thursday, July 31, 2003

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Pocket change curse
State should give serious thought to image to avoid misfortune center
July 31, 2003
Sebelius’ SFAAP action, TOTO initiative encouraging
July 31, 2003
Burton smashes records during DHS summer weightlifting
July 31, 2003
Coming off of what football coach Brad Scott called the best summer of conditioning since he’d been at De Soto High School, the Wildcats broke several records and look to turn their hard work into success on the field, court and track this school year.
Erisman claims national championship
July 31, 2003
The De Soto High School sophomore won the individual championship in the 152-pound weight class at the Asics Vaughan Cadet National Championships in Fargo, N.D., last week.
Exploring the past
De soto history
July 31, 2003
District hires learning coaches with eye to No Child Left Behind Act
July 31, 2003
The Board of Education appointed two “learning coaches” who will split duties as associate principals while helping reinforce the testing and accountability standards set forth in the act. The latter role will have them traveling to other school buildings to serve as learning coaches.
Council approves zoning category
July 31, 2003
In contrast to the city’s existing R-1 single-family development option, which restricts lots to a minimum of 10,350 square feet with 90-foot frontages, R-1A would allow homes on lots of 7,500 square feet with 65-foot frontages.
Sebelius signs SFAAP finding
Governor urges ‘significant portion’ of Sunflower become research park
July 31, 2003
Last Thursday, the governor signed a preliminary Finding of Suitability for Early Transfer for Sunflower while calling for the creation of a research park on the site. The governor and her staff had been studying the proposal since shortly after Sebelius took office, in January.
Addison “Butch” Todd
1946-2003
July 31, 2003
Miss 4-H prepares for final ‘big’ fair
July 31, 2003
The upcoming Johnson County Fair will be something of rite of passage for Alyssa King.