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Second developer interested in SFAAP
County Commission reviews role fo redevelopment authority
October 30, 2003
The Johnson County Commission continued to feel its way through the process of creating a redevelopment authority for the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant with the goal of naming such a body early next year.
Willnauer shares passion with Wildcat band
October 30, 2003
De Soto High School senior Kody Willnauer shares his passion for music the marching band as a drum major. He has ambitions to follow the examples of his father and two uncles and become a college drum major.
Tie vote sends Arbor Ridge to overtime
October 30, 2003
The De Soto Planning Commission tabled a controversial subdivision proposed for a 90-acre tract southeast of the 83rd Street/Kill Creek Road intersection after voting 2-2 on whether to recommend a rezoning denial to the City Council.
Time-consuming reports at core of special ed
October 30, 2003
For almost 30 years, the role of the individualized education plan in De Soto USD 232 has been to help educators meet the individual needs and goals of students with special needs. The process is a never-ending one that blurs the line for teachers between work and free time.
Cats take good, bad
Team’s easy win, tough match lead to regionals
October 30, 2003
As a result, the Wildcats will take a 13-4 record into the second round of the soccer regional against either Immaculata or Piper after they split with the two teams.
De Soto’s Johnson clears path to state for Wildcat runners
October 30, 2003
Last year, the girls fo llowed the lead of a couple of freshmen to the state cross country meet in Wamego. But an injury forced Andrea Young to miss a good portion of her sophomore season, and Carrie Wilbert had an up-and-down season as the girls struggled down the stretch. Meanwhile, the boys team earned a state berth on the strength of Casey Johnson’s talent and experience and the emergence of several freshmen.
Wildcats can’t cut down Woods, Jaguars
October 30, 2003
David Woods and the rest of his teammates left De Soto coach Brad Scott at a loss for words days after they handed the Wildcats a 35-7 thumping in second round district action in De Soto.
County Commission should recognize water plant’s uniqueness
October 30, 2003
At least two county commissioners, John Toplikar and Doug Wood, recognize the water plant’s uniqueness and have expressed some desire to see an exception made for the facility.
Melvin Shorter
1939-2003
October 30, 2003
Exploring the past
De soto history
October 30, 2003
Looking for roadside distractions
October 30, 2003