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Coffee Click wired for perfection
Clarkes bring Internet cafe experience to downtown De Soto
July 21, 2005
When Brant Clarke envisioned the Internet cafe and coffee shop he wanted to open under his second-story downtown De Soto business, he hoped a romantic scene would some day play out on the high stools under a pendant light near the front window.
County sales tax appears headed for renewal tax
July 21, 2005
De Soto USD No. 232 has benefited to the tune of $1.9 million in grants since the inception of Johnson County’s quarter-cent school sales tax, and the district hopes that money will keep coming.
World Series ends too soon for Scrappers
July 21, 2005
Another foot or two here or there, and the De Soto Scrappers may have brought home some serious hardware from last weekend’s “AA” United States Specialty Sports Association 13-and-younger World Series in Omaha.
Wildcats rally falls
July 21, 2005
De Soto’s 3 and 2 senior league baseball team took a liking July 13 to the hard-throwing arm of Shawnee Mission West relief pitcher Patrick Aubrey.
Crafty library activity transforms children into mystical creatures
July 21, 2005
A small band of colorful, sparkling unicorns could be found prancing about the children’s nook Thursday morning at the De Soto Library.
Exploring the Past
July 21, 2005
Bang may return to city’s Fourth”
July 21, 2005
Growth must be accompanied by questions
July 21, 2005
Construction starts remain stagnant
Little change in pace foreseen until new wastewater plant finished in 2007
July 21, 2005
De Soto’s 2005 building permit chart doesn’t exactly resemble a roller coaster. Halfway into the year, the city’s permit counts have seen no spikes but have grown steadily to reach roughly half of the totals from last year and the year before.
KU, K-State to get Sunflower property
July 21, 2005
The designated developer of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant announced agreements Wednesday with the state’s two largest universities that the developer says will be a boost to the state’s year-old life science initiative.
Summer good for De Soto’s Hoschouer
Tennis ace bags two titles
July 21, 2005
Daniel Hoschouer was caught off guard by Blue Valley North’s Scott Haner during the first of back-to-back boys’ 16U United States Tennis Association junior novice tennis championship wins July 9 and 10 and July 16 and 17. Both championship matches were against Haner.
Jarboe thrills at triathlon’s challenge
July 21, 2005
As long as she’s armed with a stopwatch and a bicycle, Jane Jarboe has what she needs to seek out her weekend passion. She doesn’t need the hundreds and thousands of people she often surrounds herself with to satisfy her competitive edge.