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Service helps thousands
August 2, 2007
The Audio-Reader Network, the radio reading service for the blind and visually impaired in Kansas and Missouri, would like the citizens of De Soto to know how grateful we are to The De Soto Explorer for donating a newspaper subscription .
Tax-free days good idea if right taxes are paid
August 2, 2007
Tax-free school supplies are a necessity
De Soto 4-H’er catches collection bug
August 2, 2007
Bugs and goats were among many 4-H projects 9-year-old Lyndsey Fowks will take to the Johnson County Fair next week as a member of De Soto’s Legacy 4-H Club.
Hare brush
Library home to animal attraction
August 2, 2007
Library home to animal attraction
City budget includes slight rise in mill levy
August 2, 2007
The De Soto City Council approved the proposed 2008 budget for publication.
Starside, Mill Valley top bond priorities
August 2, 2007
Voters will mark their ballots twice in USD 232’s upcoming bond issue.
Cemetery board to meet
August 2, 2007
The De Soto Cemetery Board will have a public hearing at 2 p.m. Sunday at the De Soto Senior Center, 32905 W. 84th St.
Library update
August 2, 2007
News from the De Soto library
Church news
August 2, 2007
De Soto church updates
Bond questions
August 2, 2007
The following projects will be included in Question 1 of the bond proposal
De Soto stepping up in class
August 2, 2007
The De Soto City Council will consider an ordinance Thursday that would change the city from a third-class to second-class city.
U.S. Highway 69 intersection closed
August 2, 2007
The interchange at U.S. 69 Highway and 199th Street in southeast Johnson County has been closed as part of the Phase II construction of the 199th Street improvement project from Metcalf Avenue to Antioch Road.
Extension classes offered
August 2, 2007
The Johnson County K-State Research and Extension office offers a variety of classes for the general public.
De Soto sesquicentennial art show scheduled
August 2, 2007
With additional monies received from De Soto’s Sesquicentennial Fund, the recently formed De Soto Arts Council will present 43 pieces of original two-dimensional art.
Survey to examine county services, needs
August 2, 2007
The Johnson County Commission authorized last Thursday a 2007 DirectionFinder Citizen Survey of Johnson County to assess community needs and priorities as part of the county commission’s long-range planning policy.
Obituary: Sue Perkins-Pickett
August 2, 2007
Johnson County Nutrition Menu
August 2, 2007
Johnson County Nutrition Menu for Aug. 3-10
Life after championship different, still sweet for runners
August 2, 2007
The coach of the defending Class 4A girls cross country state champions lugged the championship trophy along with him whenever he had the opportunity.
Former DHS star still loving the Cowboy way
August 2, 2007
Now one year into his college wrestling career at Oklahoma State, Nein Erisman said he’s had to learn to just be one of the guys.
Exploring the past
August 2, 2007
De Soto history
Standing up for Christ
August 2, 2007
De Soto Youth Ministries teens to spread the gospel in Brazil
Neighbors
August 2, 2007
Social updates from Dorothy Nalley