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Kickin’ it
Martial arts classes teach discipline, self-worth to De Soto kids
September 16, 2004
Guthrie said her goal for the youngsters in the class was to develop the discipline that was at the heart of Eastern martial arts.
De Soto tennis team dominates Olathe Northwest
September 16, 2004
The Wildcats have been consistently good this season. In fact, adding up this year’s individual records calculate to a 10-2 mark.
Stepped-up competition boots soccer team
September 16, 2004
After starting the season with a perfect 4-0 start against two cupcakes and two mid-level teams, the Wildcats dropped a pair of contests to traditional powers like Frontier League foe Ottawa and Kansas City Christian, falling to 4-2 in the young season.
Road conquest improves Wildcats to 2-0
September 16, 2004
Halfway through the third quarter. Leif Goleman capped off a nine-play 44-yard drive with a nine-yard jaunt that put the Wildcats up 27-0.
From the Editor’s Desk
Littering used to provide fun and profit
September 16, 2004
Matters that concern USD 232 patrons oddly limited
September 16, 2004
Exploring the Past
De Soto history
September 16, 2004
Marilyn Ann Landon
1943-2004
September 16, 2004
Housing starts slow in De Soto
September 16, 2004
Earlier this year, De Soto housing inspector Larry Baxter thought housing starts in De Soto were heading for a record. The busy start to the year was a reflection of the start of activity in the Timber Lake subdivision joining that in neighboring Timber Trails. Baxter said the fast pace of the year’s early months wasn’t sustained. “Now we’re running behind where we were at this time last year,” he said.
Runners announce arrival
Cross country teams impressive at Wamego
September 16, 2004
With top-five finishes Saturday at the Wamego Invitational, De Soto’s appearance in the rankings should be imminent.
Battling netters looking to breakout
September 16, 2004
De Soto lost to the Chieftains 25-17, 25-18 before taking on Central Heights in the second round.
Early homecoming ushers out summer
September 16, 2004
Aloha! De Soto High School homecoming festivities are about to begin. De Soto students are busy this week preparing for a trip to “Tropical Paradise,” the theme of this year’s homecoming celebration. Although homecoming will be much earlier than usual and may proceed with untraditionally warm weather, the schedule for 2004 still includes all the traditional events. The Hawaiian theme is almost too fitting for the timing.