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Close losses lead to disappointment
June 7, 2007
De Soto baseball coach Joel Thaemert isn’t looking for any sympathy. He can’t help but think, though — the Wildcats were so close all season. What if he’d done something differently? What if a bunt had gotten down or a ball had been caught? What if that grounder slips through the gap or that line drive lifts over the glove?
Golf team banking summer work can provide big boost
June 7, 2007
The most frustrating part of the De Soto golf team’s disappointing regional performance, Wildcat coach Chad Brecheisen said, was that it came on a course the team carved up only two days prior.
Exploring the Past/De Soto History
June 7, 2007
Tan one perk of lifeguard job
Pool job site for some teens
June 7, 2007
(This is the first part of a series on De Soto High School and college students and their summer jobs. Check out the Explorer each week for more students with different jobs).
Relay stays on stride with move inside, nears $40,000 goal
June 7, 2007
Three hours into Friday’s De Soto Relay For Life, Heather and Kyle Reever and Jim Burney were laying out luminaria on the upper-level bleachers of the De Soto Community Center.
Brosnahan joins board of First Community Bancshares
June 7, 2007
Drennon leaves FCB
June 7, 2007
FCB Bank announced Friday the resignation of Mike Drennon as vice president and manager of its De Soto branch effective May 31. Drennon is leaving the bank to pursue real estate development opportunities.
State Sen. Lynn in town Tuesday
June 7, 2007
Clutter gobbles up memory
June 7, 2007
From our high school physics classes we remember such concepts as “the entropy of an isolated system not in equilibrium will tend to increase over time, approaching a maximum value of equilibrium.”
Food supply safety not free
June 7, 2007
Community Center provides model for re-use
June 7, 2007
This past weekend, the De Soto Community Center once again proved its value to the community and its versatility by rescuing the De Soto Relay For Life from its second wash out in three years.
Classical guitarist to perform
June 7, 2007
Miller graduates from ORU
June 7, 2007
30th annual fishing derby Saturday
June 7, 2007
Officials looking for young summer transit riders
June 7, 2007
Happy with the adult riders De Soto’s FlexRide transit system has draw in its first year of operation, city officials are hoping to attract younger riders.
Mad Scientist to educate children about inventors
June 7, 2007
An “Invention-ation” workshop will take place at 10 a.m. June 13 at the Johnson County Museum of History, 6305 Lackman Road, Shawnee.
Library to offer summer reading clubs for patrons of all ages through Aug. 5
June 7, 2007
The 2007 summer reading clubs at Johnson County Library run through Aug. 5.
School calendar
June 7, 2007
Volunteers needed
June 7, 2007
College news
June 7, 2007
History books available
June 7, 2007
Library news
June 7, 2007
Purchase to put laptops in hands of all teachers
June 7, 2007
All teachers in the De Soto school district will have laptop with the start of school in August as a result of the decision Monday to purchase 500 new computers.
Board OKs moving forward with drug testing
June 7, 2007
Students in De Soto USD 232 middle and high schools may soon have to submit to random drug test to participate in or attend school events.
Sweet goodbye
June 7, 2007
De Soto tennis coach Michael Sullivan said it was first apparent to him three years ago. It was finally realized last month.
The Fly Route
June 7, 2007
Sesquicentennial snapshot
June 7, 2007
Neighbors
June 7, 2007
Shelter welcome
June 7, 2007
Blues and BBQ
June 7, 2007
Alumni reunion this weekend
June 7, 2007