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Morse appears good choice for City Council
April 7, 2005
Manez, Morse Council winners
April 7, 2005
Ted Morse, who ran for De Soto City Council emphasizing his retail background, found city voters liked what he was selling. The first-time political candidate finished with 572 votes, the most of the four candidates seeking the two Council seats contested Tuesday. Finishing second was incumbent Tim Maniez with 457 votes, more than enough to earn his fifth term on the Council.
Voters OK Sunday liquor sales measure
April 7, 2005
The Sunday liquor sale measure passed with 532 yes votes to 407 no. But the passage of the measure doesn’t mean the city’s two liquor stores will be open Sunday. For that to happen, the City Council must pass an ordinance formally opting out of the charter. And there was an indication Tuesday that wasn’t a slam dunk.
Wildcat band on the run to D.C.
Musicians invited to perform before thousands at Memorial Day Parade
April 7, 2005
As long as members can raise enough money, the De Soto High School band will be marching upon Washington, D.C., next summer.
Rout of Washington evens soccer record
April 7, 2005
Wildcat softball team finding scoring runs challenging
April 7, 2005
Johnson makes early statement
April 7, 2005
Bader takes Bonner title
April 7, 2005
Hot bats carry Wildcats in two sweeps
April 7, 2005
Wildcats season gets off to a 5-0 start
Starsiders stride to yearlong goal
Elementary school running club promotes exercise, commitment
April 7, 2005
Rachel E. Blurton Marion
1938-2005
April 7, 2005
Charles “Chuck” Dixon
1924-2005
April 7, 2005
Daniel “Bill” Crownover
1921-2005
April 7, 2005
Loreta F. Calvert
1916-2005
April 7, 2005
Rutherford
April 7, 2005