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Soccer falls 3-1 to Bonner, end season at .500
October 27, 2005
The De Soto soccer team won its rescheduled game, beating Maur Hill 1-0 on Wednesday, but lost in the regional championship to Bonner Springs, 3-1.
Miscue cancels soccer game
October 27, 2005
Things haven’t exactly gone as planned for the De Soto soccer team this season. Why should its start of postseason play be any different? The Wildcats were scheduled to play Maur Hill at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Atchison. One problem, however. No one told the referees.
Former Wildcats run hard at Neosho
October 27, 2005
Donnie Gardner finished eighth in the Jayhawk East conference and Adam Wilcox was 31st in the conference at the Region VI cross country meet Monday in Garden City.
Public investment could spark downtown revitalization, consultant says
October 27, 2005
The city could help spur investment in downtown with investments of its own, a consultant told a group of downtown stakeholders near the conclusion of a daylong workshop on revitalizing the district.
Scott apologizes for outburst, sends game tape to state
October 27, 2005
De Soto coach Brad Scott was apologetic and quick to take full responsibility for his actions after being ejected from Friday night’s football game at Tonganoxie.
Final Countdown
Successful senior class set for final high school football game
October 27, 2005
De Soto hasn’t known a class like this one and that makes them that much harder to let go of, coach Brad Scott said.
Jacob Michaelis
1919-2005
October 27, 2005
Estella A. Golden
1916-2005
October 27, 2005
Sharing the holiday spirit
October 27, 2005
Keeping the wild at bay
October 27, 2005
Saturday evening my bored 13-year-old daughter, Katie, joined my wife, Lea, and I for our regular Saturday night date. We had a coupon to a popular barbeque restaurant in downtown Lawrence. We truly ate our fill and after dinner we window-shopped.
Morrison affirms long-standing shift in political norm
October 27, 2005
Tuesday was an interesting day in Kansas politics and signaled the start of a political re-alignment that could take years to sort out.
Bag of tricks can’t slow tough Tongie
October 27, 2005
Barbara J. Wood
1932-2005
October 27, 2005
Girls hope bigger meet, more runners equal higher finish
October 27, 2005
HIAWATHA — The De Soto girls team wasn’t bad Saturday. It took second place at the regional championship at the Hiawatha Country Club for the third time in the last four years and ensured a trip to Saturday’s state meet in Wamego. Still, coach Chris McAfee couldn’t help but think he sabotaged chances of the girls’ first regional title before the starting gun even sounded.
Higher quality southside development advocated
October 27, 2005
De Soto’s new neighbor took advantage of a De Soto Planning Commission rezoning application to express concerns about the nature of development south of Kansas Highway 10.
Trio leads boys to 4A regional crown
October 27, 2005
HIAWATHA— De Soto cross country coach Chris McAfee piled on his boys team, questioning their heart and attitude after finishing a disappointing third at the Frontier League championships. Saturday the team had a little something to say back. Message received.
De Soto can’t survive sub-state
October 27, 2005
For the second time in a week the De Soto volleyball squad found itself matched up with the Eudora Cardinals. The Cats hosted the Cardinals Oct. 18 on senior night in De Soto and on Saturday found themselves in a semi-finals match-up with the number one seed in the sub-state tournament.
District ponders opening activities to home schooled
October 27, 2005
De Soto USD 232 board members are questioning if they would be able to allow home-schooled students to join in school-sponsored activities.
Report says traffic signals needed
Warrant study indicates Lexington lights needed at 91st and Commerce
October 27, 2005
The results of the latest survey indicate traffic signals are warranted at two Lexington Avenue intersections.
De Soto’s oldest bank changing ownership
October 27, 2005
After more than 50 years in the Gabriel family, the De Soto State Bank is changing hands.
Exploring the past
October 27, 2005