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De Soto Library news
November 25, 2008
Coming events at the De Soto Library
Johnson County Sheriff’s report
November 25, 2008
November 19 through November 22
Johnson County Sheriff’s Office to beef up patrols during holiday
November 25, 2008
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office and other area police agencies will be participating in the Kansas Thanksgiving Traffic Enforcement Campaign through Sunday.
De Soto meals program needs volunteers
November 25, 2008
Volunteers are needed throughout the county to deliver meals to homebound older adults in Johnson County, including De Soto’s Meals on Wheels program.
De Soto High School Principal Morford honored by peers
November 25, 2008
The Kansas Association of Secondary School Principals ecognized De Soto High School Principal Dave Morford, De Soto High School as Area I High School Principal Honoree
De Soto woman, horse win world title
November 25, 2008
oy Stehney of De Soto and her American quarter horse Cabernet Kid captured the world champion amateur 2-year-old gelding title Nov. 12 at the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City
Johnson County Commission OKs resolution starting research triangle sales tax
November 25, 2008
A one-eighth cent sales tax to fund projects and programs for the Johnson County Education Research Triangle Authority will become effective April 1, 2009
Johnson County Commission approves fire service merger pact
November 25, 2008
Another step toward the unification of two fire departments in northwest Johnson County was taken Thursday, November 20, with approval by the Johnson County Board of Commissioners of a memorandum of understanding between the city of De Soto and Johnson County Fire District No. 3.
Regretful De Soto council passes on realignment pact
November 25, 2008
The De Soto City Council approved last Thursday sending a letter to Johnson County Public Works stating the city will not enter into an interlocal agreement protecting the right of way of a proposed realigned intersection on Kill Creek Road.
De Soto Baptist Church celebrates couple’s musical legacy
November 25, 2008
The church had a dedication Sunday of a grand piano made possible through a gift from the couple’s will
De Soto City Council decides not to create rural zoning mimicking county RUR
November 25, 2008
De Soto City Council members agreed last Thursday they didn’t want to encourage agricultural uses in the city with the creation of a new zoning district that mimicked the county rural zoning.
Another blues, BBQ apparently headed to De Soto
November 25, 2008
De Soto City Administrator Pat Guilfoyle told the De Soto City Council last Thursday that the Defenders Motor Cycle Club wanted to have a blues concert and barbecue contest at the park in July modeled off the De Soto Chamber of Commerce event that opened the park last month.
Johnson County, De Soto to repave 83rd Street next summer
November 25, 2008
Last Thursday, the De Soto City Council approved an agreement with Johnson County to repave 83rd Street from the Kill Creek Road intersection east to the city limits
Neighbors
November 25, 2008
Community social news
School cancellations
November 25, 2008
De Soto USD 232 school cancellation procedures
Home buyer seminar
November 25, 2008
De Soto FCB Bank will have a home buyer seminar from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.3, at the bank, 334585 Lexington Ave.
Trash surcharge won’t apply for monthly billing
November 25, 2008
Trash surcharge not applicable this month
Starside student ‘get it’ for De Soto’s hungry
November 25, 2008
Starside students collected 4,900 food items in their annual Christmas food drive
Networking business aims to help women ‘celebrate themselves’
November 25, 2008
For seven years, Michelle Harris loved leading weekly meetings as a sales director for Mary Kay cosmetics.