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De Soto history
June 5, 2003
Cat back signs with Liberty University
Allen’s future may be on defense for Division I AA team
June 5, 2003
Michael Allen made a name for himself on the offensive side of the football during his four years at De Soto High School.
Wildcats make mark at state meet
Teams earns four medals at Wichita
June 5, 2003
The past two seasons De Soto had qualified plenty of athletes for the Kansas 4A State Track and Field meet in Wichita and watched them get blown away.
Lloyd W. Coker
June 5, 2003
Planning, not lifestyles, should determine rezoning request
June 5, 2003
The De Soto Planning Commission had little choice but to recommend denial of the request of Arbor Ridge developers to rezone property southeast of 83rd Street and Kill Creek Road because of the nature of the city’s zoning classification and process.
Streamway Park dedication Saturday
June 5, 2003
De Soto’s newest park has proved popular since it opening seven months ago, said Johnson County Parks and Recreation District land acquisition specialist Bill Maasen.
Kansas Supreme Court rules against Hunt Midwest
Company seeking de-annexation with decision
June 5, 2003
The Kansas Supreme Court released an opinion Friday upholding an earlier ruling voiding sections of the 2000 annexation agreement that brought Hunt Midwest Mining Inc.’s Sunflower Quarry into De Soto.
Teachers offered 3-percent raise
June 5, 2003
De Soto USD 232 and its teachers have negotiated a tentative agreement that would provide teachers with a 3-percent across-the-board salary increase for the 2003-2004 school year.
USD 232 Board OKs technology prototype
June 5, 2003
The De Soto USD 232 Board of Education approved testing a system it is hoped would offer an affordable solution to the district’s one-on-one computer technology initiative.
June 5, 2003
Conference to preach entrepreneurism, bio-technology on K-10 corridor
June 5, 2003
Last year at this time, Rob Boyer was campaigning for the Kansas House 38th District seat, preaching the value of entrepreneurism and the potential of the Kansas Highway 10 corridor.