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UPDATE — De Soto boys play Friday, 3:30
January 19, 2006
The De Soto boys basketball team lost to Sumner Academy Wednesday night and will play Gardner Edgerton Friday at 3:30.
Council approves benefit district for extension of Golden Lane
January 19, 2006
In a step necessary for the construction of a new bank in De Soto, the city of De Soto and First Community Bank came to terms on a benefit district that will extend Golden Lane from De Meadows to Lexington Avenue.
Housing starts down in 2005
Rebound predicted in De Soto as Arbor Ridge activity starts
January 19, 2006
The number of new home building permits issued in De Soto in 2005 decreased to its lowest level in nearly a decade, but the city should see a healthier new home market in the near future.
New high school off list
Board considers bond issue options
January 19, 2006
The next bond issue for De Soto USD 232 could total more than $100 million, but it won’t include a new high school at 83rd Street and Mize.
Erisman still trumps ramped up competition
January 19, 2006
The story remains the same for Neil Erisman. He dominated the field en route to the 171-pound title at the weekend’s Bobcat Classic wrestling tournament in Basehor.
Girls fall, fail to extend Mill Valley streak
Johnson leads in Friday win, but Cats can’t keep pace with Jaguars in fourth quarter
January 19, 2006
The De Soto girls have lost a few games this season. Some have been ugly, other’s heart-breakingly close.
205 and counting
Winter workouts help football players and coaches whittle away the hours
January 19, 2006
Two hundred and five days remain until the start of football practice, but for the returning De Soto football team and coach Brad Scott, it’s almost as if the season never ended.
The fly route
January 19, 2006
Going medieval
January 19, 2006
Medieval attire, Middle Age food and castle weaponry — just an average day in De Soto High School communication arts teacher Kathy Reddy’s class.
Harry “Lyle” Colburn
1916-2006
January 19, 2006
Roland G. Anderson
1930-2006
January 19, 2006
Exploring the past
January 19, 2006
De Soto too expensive
January 19, 2006
Keep De Soto clean
January 19, 2006
Formulas can’t solve all planning questions
January 19, 2006
Although a rezoning is still required, the De Soto City Council took action two weeks ago that all but assured the construction of First Community Bank at what will be the intersection of Lexington Avenue and Golden Lane.
Learning through multi-tasking
January 19, 2006
Devon Kariker said the De Soto Multi-Service Center helps people in unexpected ways.