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Wildcat volleyball record sliding backward
October 16, 2003
To the contrary, De Soto built leads of five points three times in the first game, including the last time at 20-15 but saw Santa Fe Trail fight and scratch its way back in each time.
Hampton, season make good match
October 16, 2003
After nearly qualifying for the Kansas 4A state tennis meet last year, De Soto No. 1 singles player Lauren Hampton followed her heart to a state berth this season.
Wilbert, Johnson lead the pack at Eudora
October 16, 2003
Casey Johnson and Carrie Wilbert gave several schools from the Frontier League something to consider last Thursday at the Eudora Invitational cross country meet.
Fired-up Wildcats thump Chargers 27-14
October 16, 2003
The 27-14 thumping De Soto handed Santa Fe Trail was its first win over the eastern rival, which was the second in 14 games and the first since a 14-8 triumph in 1993.
Hillside Village starts bringing De Sotans home
October 16, 2003
Hillside Village’s owner, Robert Haynes, said he and his staff are working on providing the four women more dinner companions. “We have 12 residents now, which is a little ahead of where we thought we would be at this time,” he said. “But we’re eager to have more.”
USD 232 considers place of ads in ABCs
October 16, 2003
Earlier this month, the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education debated what its position should be in allowing organizations to place their logos and materials in district schools.
Wireless Internet service to start
October 16, 2003
A high-speed, wireless Internet service offered by two De Soto men should be available for De Soto residents as early as next week.
TOTO’s Burger claims county lacking vision
October 16, 2003
Johnson County needs a grander vision for the development of the closed Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant than that offered by county government, the president of Taxpayers Offering Tomorrow’s Opportunities told the De Soto Chamber of Commerce last week. Speaking at the monthly gathering of the De Soto Chamber last Thursday, TOTO President Micheline Burger said the Johnson County Commission’s decision was a mistake.
Blow me away
October 16, 2003
Suspicious salary
October 16, 2003
Feeling for an old (Cubs) friend
October 16, 2003
Simple salary disclosure doesn’t tell whole story
October 16, 2003
But raw numbers mean little and need context.
John D. Zimmerli
1914-2003
October 16, 2003
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
October 16, 2003