Archive for Thursday, October 1, 2009

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On the street
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Polls

Should the USD 232 Board of Education move the start of planned upgrades to De Soto High School forward?

Response Percent
Yes, it will be cheaper with construction companies looking for work during the recession.
 
78%
No. It should be done when planned when the bond was passed.
 
21%
Total 14
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De Soto Community Calendar
October 1, 2009
Oct. 1 through Oct. 8
Fund started for baby of Justin and Bee Love
October 1, 2009
Fund at FCB
Applications open for De Soto’s fall citywide garage sale
October 1, 2009
Registration deadline Oct. 15
Sunflower painting at Zimmerman’s barn
October 1, 2009
In association with state’s 150th anniversary
De Soto High School 1969 class reunion
October 1, 2009
Oct. 10 at Zimmerman’s barn
Commuter forecast for October 1, 2009
October 1, 2009
Expect a wet start to your morning commute as storms continue to pass through the area. Along with the rain, you can expect to experience the same ongoing traffic delays on your way into work. Drive safely.
Letter: Keep bike ban on 83rd Street
October 1, 2009
83rd Street from Cedar Creek to almost Kill Creek is not suitable for bicycle travel. Even in a car you have to deal with those going that speed and the truck traffic. The hills interfere with sight distances, especially when cresting a hill to find something in the road going 5mph.
First section of 83rd Street project done
October 1, 2009
The city of De Soto got a pleasant surprise when the asphalt on 83rd Street was milled from the concrete.
Who’s Who: Ron Crow Jr.
October 1, 2009
Hometown: De Soto. Family: Father, Ron Sr.; mother, Marcy; two brothers, Phillip, Gardner, and Jeremy, Olathe; two nephews; and two nieces as of Tuesday.
FIve Questions: October Cooking
October 1, 2009
De Soto Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sara Ritter talks about a busy October.
Neighbors
October 1, 2009
The De Soto Methodist Church will have its annual fall festival Saturday at the church. There will be crafts and various ethnic foods for sale. They are asking for volunteers to prepare food and crafts and work the event. Those interested are asked to contact Bernice Casey.
The homeless are among us
October 1, 2009
e came walking out of the early-morning darkness like an apparition from another world, and, in a sense, he was. We passed in silence; then he was gone. I turned, and saw him walking away, vanishing back into the darkness from which he came.