Archive for Wednesday, April 15, 2009

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Presentation Night showcases Social Studies projects
April 15, 2009
Ashley Sweeney’s desire to be a cardiologist drove her to research free market healthcare for her senior social studies project. Ashley’s project and those of fellow seniors, juniors and honor freshman will be on display April 22 at De Soto High School’s first social studies presentation night.
Chapman, Greensburg find insurance falls short
April 15, 2009
On April 7, residents of Chapman USD 473 voted to approve a $8.2 million bond issue that will help replace the schools lost in the tornado that slammed into the town last June.
De Soto facilities fully insured city and school officials say
April 15, 2009
The city of De Soto and USD 232 officials say their jurisdictions are protected against catastrophic disasters that destoy multiple buildings. Ken Larsen, USD 232 budget director, said the district had insurance that would provide replacement value for existing buildings and a “blanket policy” that would allow the district to apply the combined value of all district buildings of $170.13 million to any loss of one or more buildings to a storm or other disaster.
Bouncing back
Cats win three in a row after loss at Hayden
April 15, 2009
This was the effort De Soto soccer coach Darren Erpelding was looking for last week.
Kansas City T-Bones baseball tickets on sale now
April 15, 2009
Single-game tickets for Kansas City T-Bones baseball games are now on sale.
Commuter forecast, April 15, 2009
April 15, 2009
No weather problems are expected for your morning commute. There will, however, be some roadwork on I-435 near MCI today.