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Orange barrel season starts early
March 25, 2004
Usually associated with summer’s dog days, the street construction season is in full swing locally as spring’s earliest flowers bloom. Much of the work is a continuation of city projects meant for 2003 completion.
House plan worries Board
March 25, 2004
The extra authority appealed to Shawnee Mission, Blue Valley and Olathe school districts but would do nothing for De Soto, where raising the local mill levy was impractical, De Soto Board members said.
Committees to help with SFAAP decisions
March 25, 2004
Citizen committees will help the soon-to-be appointed Sunflower Redevelopment Authority with issues such as environmental remediation, infrastructure development, and future land uses at the closed plant, Johnson County Commission Chairwoman Annabeth Surbaugh said last week.
Spring chores
March 25, 2004
Baseball team taking baby steps to state
March 25, 2004
Entering his first season at De Soto last season, Wildcat baseball coach Steve Deghand wasn’t sure what to expect. But after his team nearly pulled off a big upset in sub-state play, Deghand understands the Wildcats’ potential.
Net progress
Tennis team has full varsity roster
March 25, 2004
With all of the youth we have, we could have everybody back next year,” Opdycke said. “Although it could also be a deterrent this year since we don’t have a lot of experience.”
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
March 25, 2004
Pool outdated
March 25, 2004
Keep it local
March 25, 2004
Let’s swim
March 25, 2004
Mary J. Bohn
1939-2004
March 25, 2004
Pool bond referendum debated on city’s roadsides
March 25, 2004
The debate over the $2.65 million pool referendum moved beyond De Soto coffee conversations last week and to the city’s lawns and rights-of-way.
State bioscience act challenge to cities
March 25, 2004