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Bread winner
June 29, 2006
County food drive going global
June 29, 2006
A “Global Gams,” otherwise known as a sexy legs contest, polka lessons, international cuisines and just plain worldwide fun took center stage last Thursday in the public kickoff celebration of Johnson County government’s Feed the Need campaign in Olathe.
Underage alcohol party busted
June 29, 2006
Information sought in weekend fires
June 29, 2006
A person of interest has been identified, but Johnson County Sheriff’s officers are still seeking information on two weekend arson incidents in Oak Country Estates.
Booster club nears goal to print calendar
June 29, 2006
Wildcats face tough test in summer league
June 29, 2006
The season ended at least one game short for the De Soto High School baseball team, but for those Wildcats who had yet to get their fill of America’s pastime, plenty of opportunity laid ahead. Most of De Soto’s returning varsity roster is playing in an 18-and-under baseball league at the Johnson County 3 and 2 Baseball complex.
De Soto man arrested on meth charges
June 29, 2006
De Soto resident Douglas Snowden, 53, was arrested and booked into Douglas County Jail on charges including possession of meth with intent to sell, criminal use of a weapon and other drug charges.
Ingalls participates in pharmacy camp
June 29, 2006
Fireworks stand opens
June 29, 2006
SFAAP Board to meet
June 29, 2006
Now Showing
June 29, 2006
College notes
June 29, 2006
Willow Springs gives volunteer hours
June 29, 2006
Johnson County Nutrition Program
June 29, 2006
Calendar
June 29, 2006
George L. Ryan
June 29, 2006
Betty L. Clay
June 29, 2006
Congress ignored God’s law
June 29, 2006
Board appreciates public comment
June 29, 2006
Information sought
June 29, 2006
Businesses’ faith in city should be appreciated
June 29, 2006
Public education at crossroad, local board advocate says
June 29, 2006
Mark Tallman, director of advocacy for the Kansas State School Board Association, gave about 16 candidates for the Kansas House and Kansas State School Board a primer in state education funding from the point of view of local school boards.
Sesquicentennial sponsors sought
June 29, 2006
Miracle grow
Despite unfriendly Kansas climate, soil, local farmer’s grape vineyard still strong
June 29, 2006
Greg Shipe never really gets a sigh of relief. For the owner of a 150-acre farm and winery just west of the Eudora city limits, there is always something with the potential to harm his business. Storms. Weeds. Market regulations. Right now, it’s the lack of rain that is furrowing his brow.
Countryside Learning Center upgrades top district’s summer project list
June 29, 2006
At a time when most districts are scrambling to fix buildings while classes are out for the summer, the De Soto district’s concern is mostly in how to build new ones.
De Soto to get first private preschool
June 29, 2006
Any trepidation Brenda Clark and Andrea McCoy had about approaching their banker to help finance a proposed new daycare/preschool center in De Soto disappeared when he related his story. “He said he has to go to Shawnee every day,” Clark said. “He was first on our list.”
City welcomes fireworks back to Fourth fete
June 29, 2006
For the first time in recent memory, the use and sale of fireworks will be legal in De Soto. After last year’s holiday, the De Soto City Council agreed to allow the use of fireworks in recognition that the ban was widely ignored.
Local restaurants missed
June 29, 2006