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Neighbors
September 10, 2008
De Soto community news
Pet Talk
September 10, 2008
Cancer, or as doctors are taught, neoplasia, affects all of us dearly, deep in our heart of hearts. Both my father and eldest sister succumbed to the terminal spread of this most feared of all diseases. We were all very devastated as we watched the cancer spread and take its toll on what were previously vibrant lives.
De Soto Art Council fills need in community
September 10, 2008
Earlier this summer a cadre of De Soto residents that counts among its members Rose Burgweger, Carrie Dvorak, Raheema Sampson, Darrel Zimmerman and Diana Zwahlen formed the De Soto Art Council. In doing so they hoped to fill a need that exists in the community.
Woywod recognized
September 10, 2008
Matt Woywod listed on the Dean’s List at Ottawa University
Library news
September 10, 2008
Preschooler storytime
Community calendar
September 10, 2008
September 11 through September 17
Starside walk-a-thon
September 10, 2008
The Starside PTA walk-a-thon will be during the school day Oct. 3
De Soto Rotary chili cook-off Saturday
September 10, 2008
the De Soto Rotary Club’s annual Chili Cook Off will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Zimmerman’s Kill Creek Farm
Mason seek donations for children’s ID kits
September 10, 2008
The De Soto Masonic Lodge is seeking donations to purchase two child identification kit
Vendor applications
September 10, 2008
The De Soto Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting food vendors for the De Soto Chamber of Commerce Blues and BBQ Festival
Citywide garage sale
September 10, 2008
The De Soto Chamber of Commerce sponsored citywide garage sale will be Saturday, Oct. 4
Patriots’ Day ceremony
September 10, 2008
he De Soto VFW Post 6654, its men’s and ladies’ auxiliaries,De Soto Boy Scout Troop 54, and Lexington Trails Middle School will collaborate on a ceremony honoring those lost and those who responded to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks with a ceremony starting at 6 p.m., Sept. 12 at the post, 33725 W. 84th St
Moving day arrives for De Soto medical clinic
September 10, 2008
De Soto Family Practice will close at noon Thursday before reopening Monday at a new location with a new name.
De Soto to create new rural zoning class
September 10, 2008
The De Soto City Council instructed staff last Thursday to create a new zoning classification that conforms with Johnson County’s rural use zoning.
De Soto High School drum majors important in year of transition
September 10, 2008
One the first day of rehearsal for the De Soto High School Marching Wildcats, new band director Freeman found that teenagers’ attentions spans can lapse no matter how dedicated the youngsters are.
KU Hospital Board members unofficially warm to triangle tax
September 10, 2008
Although they won’t say it officially, members of the Kansas University Hospital Board see the sales tax initiative that before Johnson County voters in November as a prescription for economic and social success.
City of De Soto offers water rights settlement
September 10, 2008
The De Soto City Council has offered an agreement to settle its lawsuit against Sunflower Redevelopment L.L.C. and the Kansas Water Resource Office
Gardner wears down Wildcats
Mistakes haunt De Soto in loss
September 10, 2008
It wasn’t a pretty start for De Soto’s football team Friday night.
Cats sweep opening quad
September 10, 2008
You could say it was a good first outing for the De Soto volleyball team. Coming off last year’s 5-29 mark, the tea, was eager to erase those memories early. And on Monday night the Wildcats did just that.
DHS tennis girls top distsrict rival again
September 10, 2008
De Soto came out victorious in its tennis dual against Mill Valley, winning 6-3.
De Soto outruns rankings
September 10, 2008
The De Soto girls cross country team is ranked No. 2 in the state behind Baldwin. But last Thursday at the Anderson County meet, the De Soto girls finished first and Baldwin came in second.
Speedy team improves to 3-0
September 10, 2008
The De Soto Wildcats proved two things Tuesday night. The first was that they were extremely fast and the other was they can also play ball-control offense.
The Wild Card
September 10, 2008
If you are like me, then you probably filled up on football last weekend. My weekend started with a trip to Spring Hill Friday, then to the Kansas-Louisiana Tech game Saturday and finished with the Chiefs-Patriots game Sunday.