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City budget trend much improved, administrator says
City Council holds line on mill levy, puts more dollars into streets
July 8, 2004
The relatively rosy revenue picture gave the Council the luxury of considering adding a few services, Johnson said.
Winfield’s Morford named DHS principal
July 8, 2004
Morford, De Soto High School’s new principal, will join the staff after a four-year tenure as Winfield High School’s principal and athletic director.
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
July 8, 2004
Time ripe for old-town leadership to come forward
July 8, 2004
Evan Michael Murphy
July 8, 2004
City gets county pledges for Sunflower water plant
July 8, 2004
The issue of De Soto’s future ownership of the water treatment facility at the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant nearly tripped a “baby step” in the closed plant’s proposed transfer.
Bedazzled
July 8, 2004
Area residents of all ages gathered at the De Soto High School football complex Sunday night for De Soto’s annual Independence Day fireworks display.
On a roll
Team Chick keeps it local at Kansas Speedway
July 8, 2004
When rain washed out Friday’s qualifying runs, Team Chick Motorsports caught a bad break. Because they hadn’t run a race this season, they were forced to start in the 35th position.
Burnett on fire with blistering 58 strikes
July 8, 2004
In recent weeks the Wildcats’ pitching staff struggled as De Soto dropped six straight games to American League foes at Johnson County 3 and 2. But this night belonged to Burnett as the junior-to-be at De Soto High School blistered and confused his way through the Stag lineup inning after inning.
Instant Replay
A look at where Wildcats are prowling now
July 8, 2004
Waiting for Greyson
July 8, 2004