Archive for Thursday, January 8, 2004

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Exploring the past
De soto history
January 8, 2004
Caught’n the Bowl’s buzz
January 8, 2004
The car washes, golf tournaments and bake sales paid off for 76 Wildcat musicians and flag corps members during a Dallas trip that culminated with a Friday performance at the Cotton Bowl.
Wildcat girls, boys roundball teams hope to maintain momentum
January 8, 2004
The 2003 portion of De Soto’s basketball schedules have been very good to the Wildcats. Hopefully the remainder of the slate will be just as kind.
Matinees illuminate post-holiday blahs
January 8, 2004
Sunflower plan review an opportunity for city, USD 232
January 8, 2004
Sally Jean Spykerman
1949-2003
January 8, 2004
Chipping away
January 8, 2004
Sales tax surge
City collections increase in past six months
January 8, 2004
The city of De Soto’s financial outlook is a bit rosier as the new year starts, thanks to a strong sales tax performance in the second half of 2003.
Local lawmakers endorse valuation cap
January 8, 2004
Two start legislators are proposing an amendment to the Kansas Constitution that would cap the home valuation increases of those 65 and older to 2004 levels.
Panel pares SFAAP proposals to one
January 8, 2004
A panel selected by the Johnson County Commission found that Kessinger/Hunter was the only prospective developer of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant to warrant further consideration by the county.
Wyatt Eugene Gray
January 8, 2004
Cowans to celebrate 74th
January 8, 2004
DHS grad Goodin goes bowling
Midshipman ends career against Big 12 opponent
January 8, 2004
Goodin played high school football in De Soto and then headed to Annapolis, Md., where he spent the past four years playing for the Naval Academy. In his first three years, the Midshipmen compiled a 3-30 record. This season, Navy rebounded with an 8-5 mark that concluded with the 38-14 loss to Texas Tech in the Houston Bowl.
Leahy, Young honored with Fisher scholarship
January 8, 2004
Tyler Leahy and Luke Young have had very similar football careers at De Soto High School. They both started as freshmen, played several different positions throughout their careers, and started on the offensive line together their senior season. Now they share something else — the Plumbing By Fisher De Soto Wildcat Football Scholarship.
Sewer upgrade discussions ot start
January 8, 2004
The De Soto City Council will start consideration of a much-discussed sewer improvement study at a workshop Thursday.