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Bowers, Fitzgerald wed
November 26, 2003
Robert K. Marshall
November 26, 2003
County gives notice to Hunt Midwest Mining
Company has 10 days to shut down quarry or face fines
November 26, 2003
Johnson County officials inform Hunt Midwest that Sunflower Quarry must close by Nov. 27 or face fines that start from $500 to $1,000 a day and increase with the number of citations.
USD 232 parents told attendance boundaries moving east
November 26, 2003
USD 232 Director of Operations Jack Deyoe tells those at the District Boundary Study Committee that moving attendance boundaries east is inevitable.
Planning Commission recommends approval of Arbor Ridge rezoning
November 26, 2003
The De Soto Planning Commission recommends the City Council approve two rezoning requests that would all Lambie-Geer Homes to build 181 single-family homes and 58 duplexes (116 units) at a site southeast of the 83rd Street/Kill Creek Road intersection.
Honors keep coming for state runner-up soccer team
November 26, 2003
Wildcats soccer players named to All-State and regional honors
New faces to help De Soto High School girls
Wildcats hope to build on 16-win season
November 26, 2003
De Soto High School basketball coach Dwight Spencer will count on three newcomers to help five returning players improve on last season’s 16 wins.
Hileman named Kansas Teacher of the Year
November 26, 2003
De Soto resident and Monticello Trails Middle School teacher doesn’t let being named Kansas Teacher of the Year turn his head.
Giving thanks for our helpers, favorite residents
November 26, 2003
The staff at the paper has many for whom we owe thanks. We would start with all who read us to hopefully find enough vital, surprising and entertaining information about the community.
Thanksgiving spirit
USD 232 community service curriculum makes holiday generosity yearlong effort
November 26, 2003
One of the biggest sources of support continues to be the schools in the community. Hitchcock said support from all USD 232 schools had been amazing, not just during the holiday season but throughout the entire year.
Exploring the past
De soto history
November 26, 2003