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Judge de-annexs quarry
Hunt Midwest free to seek county permit
September 18, 2003
After a three-year associaton rocked with controversy, Sunflower Quarry is no longer a part of the city of De Soto.
De Soto tennis team stays hot
September 18, 2003
Last week we had the most successful week we’ve had since I’ve been coaching at De Soto,” coach Michael Sullivan said. “Winning seven out of eight gold medals over two days is amazing. As good as we played in Topeka, we stepped it up a notch at Spring Hill.”
Wildcats take wind out of Pirates’ sails
September 18, 2003
For the second year in a row, the Wildcats knocked off Piper. The 22-19 come-from-behind win moved De Soto’s record to 2-0 on the young season.
Wake up, De Soto
September 18, 2003
Explaining the numbers
Annexation demands add to city maintenance bill, mill levy
September 18, 2003
Quarry no loss for the city
September 18, 2003
The De Soto City Council should greet the Johnson County district judge’s decision to void the 2000 annexation agreement between the city of De Soto and the Sunflower Quarry with a shrug and determination.
C. Vernon George
1935-2003
September 18, 2003
Cost-saving design approved for new middle school
Plans connecting 83rd Street and Mize Road middle school, future high school would cut construction cost by $600,000
September 18, 2003
The De Soto USD 232 Board of Education approved a design concept Monday that would build the district’s next middle school as the first phase of a connected middle school/high school building.
Carpenter looking to slow pace
Changes in store for local elevators
September 18, 2003
The De Soto operation won’t close but instead continue its evolution away from a full-service elevator in recognition that suburban means De Soto “isn’t a farming community anymore.”
Cats walk away with 11th place at Wamego meet
September 18, 2003
Thanks to Johnson’s efforts, De Soto earned an 11th place finish at the meet.
Defending state champs blank Cats
September 18, 2003
It didn’t take long for Justin West to give Kansas City Christian and De Soto fans alike a preview of what was to come for the next 75 minutes during Tuesday’s 3-0 Panther win in De Soto.
Fatigue plaques De Soto at tournament
September 18, 2003
We were by far the better team,” she said. “We just beat ourselves.” In the loss, the Wildcats reverted back to old habits from past seasons. De Soto struggled with its serves, passing and setting the ball up for the attack.
Hileman finalist for teacher of the year
Monticello Trails social studies instructor makes it five in a row for USD 232
September 18, 2003
Hileman was named a Region III finalist for the 2004 Kansas Teacher of the Year award Sunday.
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
September 18, 2003