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New sculpture provides platform for Wildcat pride
May 20, 2004
Unveiled at this weekend’s graduation, a bronze wildcat will now stand watch in the school’s entryway, courtesy of the class of 2004.
Cyclones storm by De Soto in 15-0 win
May 20, 2004
The Cyclones were able to get their first three batters on base in the first inning as Ward took a 5-0 advantage after a frame.
De Soto’s rock of faith
Baptist Pastor Copeland spiritual ‘backbone’ for 37 years
May 20, 2004
On the occasion of his 37th anniversary as pastor of his church, the community of De Soto has taken time to thank Copeland for his efforts and devotion. Last month, De Soto Mayor David Anderson surprised Copeland at a Sunday service with a visit to proclaim this coming Sunday Richard Copeland Day. The church will have a reception for the Copelands from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the church.
Quarry conflicts still unresolved
May 20, 2004
Staff from Johnson County and the city of De Soto have resolved one point of conflict between the city and county regarding a county permit to regulate Sunflower Quarry but differences remain less than a month before the permit is to be considered for zoning board approval.
Judge stays Arbor Ridge zoning appeal
May 20, 2004
Johnson County District Judge Allen Slater issued a 90-day stay in Lambie-Geer Homes’ appeal of the De Soto City Council’s denial of the developer’s request to rezone acres near the 83rd Street/Kill Creek Road intersection.
Education funding impasse delivered to voters
May 20, 2004
Baker pitches Wildcats to upset
May 20, 2004
Emily Baker’s pitching made second-seeded Piper’s bats look more like toothpicks Monday in a 1-0 upset in the 4A Regional Softball Tournament played at the De Soto USD 232 baseball and softball complex.
It’s goodbye to friends
May 20, 2004
A cast of 97 gave De Soto its own friends’ finale Saturday.
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
May 20, 2004
Arnold swings to state
May 20, 2004
For the second straight year, Zach Bader failed to make the cut by a stroke.
Freshman Wildcat Karnitz blossoms at KVL meet
May 20, 2004
There was just excitement and jubilation for the Wildcat freshman sprinter after she won the 400 and collected 10 points for her team at the meet. “It’s really cool to see her success,” McAfee said. “She’s really battled back from a knee injury and is getting stronger every meet.”