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House Call
Dissecting ‘Education First’
January 22, 2004
No. 2 Goleman trying hard to improve
January 22, 2004
In many high school wrestling programs, Leif Goleman would be the man. That’s not so at De Soto High School, where he labors in the shadow of sophomore superstar Neil Erisman, a state runner-up as a freshman and winner of a national title this summer.
Commission missed opportunity in Sunflower process
January 22, 2004
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
January 22, 2004
Host Spring Hill holds off foul-plagued De Soto boys
January 22, 2004
Early foul trouble forced De Soto into lineup changes that the Wildcats haven’t been used to during Tuesday’s 70-62 opening-round loss to Spring Hill at the Spring Hill Invitational.
Norma L. Thorp
1926-2004
January 22, 2004
Ross E. Rhine
1942-2004
January 22, 2004
Southern exposure
January 22, 2004
County, Kessinger/Hunter to play ball
Commissioners designate Kansas City company potential Sunflower developer
January 22, 2004
Despite pleas from speakers at a public hearing and two fellow commissioners that it slow down, the Johnson County commissioners agreed to move forward with negotiations to transfer the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant to Kessinger/Hunter and Co.
Board presented tech timetable
January 22, 2004
De Soto High School students would receive personal computing devices during the first semester of the 2004-2005 school year under a tentative timetable shared Monday with the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education.
Former lawmaker, activist dies
January 22, 2004
Norma Thorp, the last De Soto resident to represent the community in the Kansas Legislature, died Saturday at the Olathe Medical Center.
Heinen ends slump as Cats top Gardner
January 22, 2004
Allie Heinen broke out of a slump Tuesday to lead the De Soto High School girls basketball team to a 49-41 nonconference home win over Gardner-Edgerton.
Greeting the monkey
Yaus celebrate arrival of Chinese New Year
January 22, 2004
As their family and friends in Hong Kong started a 10-day holiday from work to mark the Chinese New Year, Thomas and Sapsorrow Yau celebrated the biggest holiday of their homeland with a small ceremony in front of their De Soto restaurant, Variety of Yummies.