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Governor approves Sunflower plan
July 28, 2005
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius announced Thursday that she would sign a key document needed if the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant is to be transferred to a private developer.
Commission ignored citizens
July 28, 2005
Proper enforcement key to lifting fireworks ban
July 28, 2005
School district wrapping up summer projects
July 28, 2005
With summer break drawing to a close, De Soto USD 232 is putting finishing touches on several facilities improvement projects, including that of an expanded kitchen at De Soto High School.
De Soto donations fuel relief drive
July 28, 2005
Mike Henre is greatly gratified for the room full of clothes, toys, blankets and other donated materials temporarily stored in a third-floor room at De Soto City Hall.
Raymond B. Ritter
1921-2005
July 28, 2005
Charles W. Moll
1930-2005
July 28, 2005
Duane H. Miller
1919-2005
July 28, 2005
Welcome rain
July 28, 2005
LTMS Wiebe’s summer running down
July 28, 2005
The Lexington Trails Middle School associate principal always wanted to try his hand at competing in a triathlon but for whatever reason never got his feet wet in the sport.
Vikings end Wildcats tournament
July 28, 2005
De Soto’s senior league baseball team appeared headed for the championship game of the 3 and 2 Baseball Club of Johnson County’s post-season American League tournament.
Baker finds success at William Jewell
July 28, 2005
Emily Baker found herself far from the limelight of the pitcher’s mound for much of her freshman season with the William Jewell softball team. But that doesn’t mean her debut season was filled with disappointment.
Erisman looking for second national title
July 28, 2005
The list of names on the brackets at the Asics Vaughn Junior National Wrestling Tournament in Fargo, N.D., this week will read much like a who’s who list of high school wrestlers.
Public promised voice in decision on fireworks ban
July 28, 2005
The De Soto City Council has agreed to hear community opinions in September about a possible ordinance lifting the city’s fireworks’ ban.
USD 232 mill levy decrease forecast
July 28, 2005
Although he cautioned that some tweaking remained to be done, De Soto USD 232’s top numbers cruncher said it appeared the district’s 2005-2006 mill levy would decrease by nearly 4 mills.
Sunflower closing predicted for Friday
July 28, 2005
If Sunflower Redevelopment attorney John Petersen is right, Friday will be a big day for the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant.
Exploring the past
July 28, 2005