Archive for Wednesday, November 18, 2009

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Old clinic put on market
November 18, 2009
The old De Soto medical clinic is on the market. The 4,569-square-foot building has sat empty since September 2008, when Shawnee Mission Primary Care and Cedar Creek Pharmacy relocated to their new offices in The Commons on Commerce Lane.
Who’s Who: John Buery
November 18, 2009
Grade: Senior Family: Parents, Percy and Brenda Buery.
DHS marching band celebrates successful year
November 18, 2009
The De Soto High School band program has dominated this year. At least that’s what senior John Buery said of the band’s performance in the Baker and Andover Marching Band competitions, as well as individual performances in the Kansas Music Educators Association honor band, where a fourth of the band is made up of DHS students.
Tough Choices: Health insurance often disappears with job
November 18, 2009
It didn’t take Cecil Page and Susan Walton long to learn how their health care situation changed after he was laid off in January.
Awards recognize students, schools work to save the earth
November 18, 2009
The United State Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 is accepting applications for the 2009 President’s Environmental Youth Awards.
Bouncing back
Wildcats reclaim postseason prowess in 2009
November 18, 2009
Though the 2009 De Soto soccer team didn’t end its season with a state championship trophy, the team laid groundwork for future trips to the state tourney.
Volleyball showed it could play with best
November 18, 2009
The 2009 De Soto volleyball team showed it could compete with some of the best teams in the league.
DHS sports briefs
November 18, 2009
Five Wildcats named to All-League soccer team
Late season surge highlights 2009 cross country
November 18, 2009
The De Soto cross country team fell just short of its goal of capturing two state titles this year. But the Wildcats were the only school in Class 4A to have both teams place in the top three at state.
Commuter forecast for November 18, 2009
November 18, 2009
The roads will be dry this morning although there is a slight chance for rain. Grab a jacket on your way out as the morning will be rather chilly. Routine road construction should only cause minor delays.
Health Department continues H1N1 vaccination quest
November 18, 2009
Public health officials’ fight against the H1N1 flu continues on two fronts in Johnson County, with vaccinations continuing to take place in schools and another public vaccination clinic scheduled for next week.