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Leonard J. Peterson
March 31, 2005
Robert C. Holsinger
March 31, 2005
Goleman’s shutout keys season-opening double-header sweep
Late rally earns Cats sweep of Wellsville
March 31, 2005
After falling behind 9-3 in the nightcap Tuesday, De Soto’s baseball team rallied for an 18-9 win against Wellsville and earned the sweep on a season-opening doubleheader. The Wildcats scored 15 runs in the final three innings to secure the double-header sweep and a 2-0 record on the season. The Wildcats won the opener 10-0.
Cats earn split
Offense comes alive in second softball game
March 31, 2005
De Soto’s softball team got a solid hitting performance Tuesday up and down the lineup as it earned a split against Anderson County at De Soto. The Wildcats lost the first game 10-6 and then won the nightcap by an 8-5 margin to even their record at 1-1.
De Soto resident sets sights on Allenbrand’s school board seat
Johnson challenges incumbent for Position 4
March 31, 2005
Randy Johnson, the sole De Soto resident running for a USD 232 Board of Education seat in the upcoming election, will face veteran Board member Curtis Allenbrand of Olathe on Tuesday.
Wildcat soccer team off on the right foot
De Soto girls soccer team wins inaugural game, loses to Piper
March 31, 2005
Nicole Radcliff made history last Thursday when she scored what would be the first girls soccer goal in De Soto High School history. The second-half score didn’t win the game for the Wildcats, but it did tie the game and gave Wildcats coach Darren Erpelding’s squad the momentum. The 3-1 triumph came against Topeka Cair Paravel in the first game of De Soto’s inaugural girls soccer season.
Freshman Grizzle springs into action
Two sports keeping multiple LTMS track record holder busy
March 31, 2005
Although Roxanne Grizzle may eventually be a renowned name in Kansas high school track and field, it would simply be a mistake to dub her as a one-sport star. While other super-star athletes are picking one spring sport and sticking with it, Grizzle appears destined to try any sport she can get her hands on.
Taxes, growth concerns in Council race
March 31, 2005
When De Soto voters will be handed ballots Tuesday, the interest may be with a couple of social issues to be decided and not the race of city offices. This year’s campaign for city offices contrasts greatly with that in 2001, when the recent annexation of Sunflower Quarry and Oz Entertainment Co.’s redevelopment proposal for the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant provided controversial wedge issues. In 2001, Mayor Dave Anderson faced two other candidates to win his seat, and six candidates filed for the Council seats won by Tim Maniez and Emil Urbanek. Although no one chose to run against Anderson this time around, three candidates —Ted Morse, Barry Thierer and Dave Vigness — and incumbent Maniez opted to seek the two open Council seats. Voters will be asked to vote for two candidates with the two men with the most votes winning the seats.
Measure allowing Sunday liquor sales on Tuesday ballot
March 31, 2005
Eudora resident Darrell Stillian stopped Monday at Mike’s Liquor, looking to pick up a six-pack of beer on his way home from work. Stillian said he would stop at the store on Sundays, too, if it were open. “Eudora doesn’t have any liquor stores,” he said. “It’s closer than Lawrence.” De Soto voters will decide Tuesday if the city’s charter should be amended to allow the city to opt out of the state law prohibition on Sunday liquor sales.
Nerd’ won’t wear out welcome with audience
De Soto High School students to present comedy Thursday, Friday, Saturday
March 31, 2005
Ross Stone jokes that he may have been typecast, but the De Soto High School junior is having a good time playing the namesake role in the school’s production of “The Nerd.”
Marion “Tobe” F. Keller
March 31, 2005
Raymond S. Pearson
March 31, 2005
Exploring the Past
De Soto History
March 31, 2005
Gracy, Thomas on Position 5 ticket
March 31, 2005
After advancing past a primary election with four candidates, Shawnee residents Janine Gracy and Jim Thomas are on the final ballot to determine the winner of the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education Position 5 seat.
Newcomers running for Board of Education seat
Meyer, Taylor on ballot for spot vacated by Plummer
March 31, 2005
De Soto USD 232 patrons are guaranteed at least one new face on the upcoming year’s Board of Education. Newcomers Larry Meyer and Denise Taylor, both of Shawnee, are vying for Position 6 on the De Soto Board. Jim Plummer, who chose not to run for re-election, currently occupies the seat.