Archive for Thursday, March 16, 2006

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Spring Break
March 16, 2006
Golf must start over without state qualifiers
March 16, 2006
The sky was overcast and a light rain drizzled. Still, De Soto golf coach Scott Sharp persisted. The weather had been a tremendous ally over the winter and that may quickly become obvious when his team takes to the tee box to open its season.
Neighbors
March 16, 2006
Exploring the past
March 16, 2006
Board renews Zoellner’s contract
March 16, 2006
De Soto USD 232 board of education members voted unanimously March 6 to renew the contract of Superintendent Sharon Zoellner.
Hail slams city
March 16, 2006
The woods are full of sticky surprises
March 16, 2006
Our clinic received a first this last week that I hope does not become a regular case seen for the sake of animal and owner.
Pet Talk
The woods are full of sticky surprises
March 16, 2006
Fund-raiser benefits heart research
March 16, 2006
Almost every student at Lexington Trails Middle School knows someone who has been a victim of heart disease. Last week, the school’s students raised more than $8,000 for heart research and learned how to prevent disease in their own lives through healthier living in their annual Hoops for Heart event. Physical education instructor Susan Slater said the event gave students the chance to share their stories about friends or family members with heart disease.
Petty
March 16, 2006
Elizabeth E. Simmons
1928-2006
March 16, 2006
Angela R. Lindsey
1955-2006
March 16, 2006
Charlee H. Crumbaker
1929-2006
March 16, 2006
Fund-raiser set
March 16, 2006
Retirees to leave void at Lexington Trails
March 16, 2006
When John and Julie Riffel and Betsy Wooden retire from Lexington Trails Middle School this May, they will take almost a century of teaching experience in De Soto with them.
Coming master plan to provide many Sunflower answers
March 16, 2006
If there is a consistent message from the new owners of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant, it is “be patient.”
De Soto submits proposal for Wizards complex
Mayor, city officials to meet Thursday with Major League Soccer representatives
March 16, 2006
De Soto Mayor Dave Anderson hopes a soccer complex in a suburb north of Dallas could be the model for a future home of the Kansas City Wizards in De Soto.