Archive for Wednesday, November 4, 2009

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Soccer on a roll heading into state tourney
November 4, 2009
And then there were four.

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Grocery store clarification limits options
November 4, 2009
Further clarification of a grocery store feasibility and market study in De Soto produced the recommendation the city focus on finding a new tenant for the closed Lexington Avenue store.
USD 232 students stay drug-free with Red Ribbon week
November 4, 2009
Students in the De Soto USD 232 pledged to lead drug-free lives as part of Red Ribbon Week festivities.
Fallen influence new VFW Post 6654 memorial
November 4, 2009
The new memorial in front of De Soto VFW Post 6654 gives the nation’s war dead a chance to exercise the “fifth freedom,”Post Commander Drew Culbertson s
MCMS students work to change the world
November 4, 2009
Science and communication arts might not seem like the perfect match, but sixth-graders at Mill Creek Middle School know they work together well.
Who’s Who: Gary Day
November 4, 2009
Age: 48 Occupation: Delivery truck driver for the Shawnee Mission school district. Helps at family business, J-Mart. Family: Wife, Julie, and two dogs. Hometown: Kansas City, Kan.
Soccer on a roll heading into state tourney
November 4, 2009
And then there were four.
Front runners
Girls second, boys third at state cross country meet
November 4, 2009
No, the De Soto cross country team didn’t take home a first-place trophy at Saturday’s Class 4A State Cross Country meet in Wamego, but De Soto was the only school to have both teams place in the top three.
State, regionals highlight DHS tennis season
November 4, 2009
In his first year as tennis coach at De Soto, William Farmer learned a lot about himself and the team he has been trusted with to lead.
DHS soccer advances to state
November 4, 2009
The De Soto soccer team beat Maranatha 3-0 Tuesday and has qualified for this weekend’s state tournament.
Football season ends with 28-0 loss to Eudora
November 4, 2009
If the Wildcats could have caught a break, the outcome might have been different.