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Step by step
June 14, 2007
When De Soto track and field coaches Chris McAfee and Brian Dinkel set out to build a stronger track program, they didn’t expect it to happen in one season. It didn’t. One year into their plan, McAfee said he has seen plenty of promising signs, however.
Beck named to Class 5A-1A team
June 14, 2007
Katie Beck was one of three De Soto girls soccer players selected to Class 5A-1A all-state teams. It marks the second straight year the senior sweeper has earned such an honor, but the first time a Wildcat girls soccer player has ever been named to the all-state first team.
De Soto featured in museum
June 14, 2007
Mowing funds pay for parts, paintball
June 14, 2007
This is 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.
School calendar
June 14, 2007
Johnson County Nutrition Menu
June 14, 2007
Brush pile open
June 14, 2007
Agape Circle meeting
June 14, 2007
Bell
June 14, 2007
Marjorie A. Guffey
1916-2007
June 14, 2007
English classes
June 14, 2007
Reunion planned
June 14, 2007
Area bank robbed
June 14, 2007
Dale Allen Robertson, 54, no known address, appeared in federal court Monday on a charge of armed bank robbery.
Reunion to be 1 day next year to attract more alumni to event
June 14, 2007
This year’s De Soto High School reunion marked the end of a tradition — it was the last time the event would include two days of activities.
Council reforms CIP process
June 14, 2007
As it took steps last Thursday to get the first of the projects on its recently approved five-year capital improvement project list started, the De Soto City Council approved a process that reformed how it develops, schedules and finances capital projects.
Library nurtures young Frankensteins
June 14, 2007
Children at the De Soto Library Friday learned basic science with a fun twist.
Chamber to fill De Soto with blues and BBQ
June 14, 2007
Having tapped into an appetite for blues and barbecue last fall, the De Soto Chamber of Commerce is offering a bigger second helping.
Countywide relay starts new custom
June 14, 2007
For Dale Bellinger, early detection of lung cancer four years ago gave him his best chance at surviving, even if the detection was unintentional.
Teaching should be key in district drug testing plan
June 14, 2007
After receiving the first draft of a drug testing policy last week, the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education directed a committee that authored it to discuss issues involved with such a policy with the district’s legal counsel. While doing so, board members generally voiced support for the goals of such a policy.
Church picnic planned
June 14, 2007
Longaker receives scholarship
June 14, 2007
De Soto High School graduate Jacob R. Longaker was one of four Kansas University students named 2007 David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholars by the National Security Education Program, which supports the study of languages and cultures underrepresented in study abroad and critical to national security.
City Council approves rental inspection/landlord licensing program
June 14, 2007
As it had signaled it would, the De Soto City Council last Thursday approved a landlord registration and rental inspection program.
Nolan promoted
June 14, 2007
De Soto artwork sought
June 14, 2007
The De Soto Sesquicentennial Art Exhibition Committee is seeking two-dimensional artwork for the juried art show “Finding a Sense of Place.”
Through the Pages
June 14, 2007
High Country By Neveda Barr Fiction (2004)
Neighbors
June 14, 2007
Soccer enjoys best season yet
June 14, 2007
So it wasn’t the ending the girls soccer team had hoped for — not the one they’d dreamt about. With the program’s third season now in the books, De Soto coach Darren Erpelding said he doesn’t have many regrets, however.
Sesquicentennial snapshot
June 14, 2007
It’s all in the name
Pet Talk
June 14, 2007
Reading circle
June 14, 2007