Archive for Thursday, October 22, 2009

All stories

Wildcats roll Panthers 4-0 on Senior Night
October 22, 2009
The De Soto soccer team sent its 12 seniors out in style.
City Council adopts new logo
October 22, 2009
The city of De Soto has a new logo meant to invoke its presence on the Kansas River.
Fighting spirit helps Johnson beat diagnosis
October 22, 2009
Tuesday was a good day for Barb and Kirk Johnson. The couple arrived early at the USD 232 west stadium to watch their son Justin start at quarterback and his twin brother Jason at tailback for a Lexington Trails Middle School team looking to close out an undefeated season.
Commuter Forecast for October 22, 2009
October 22, 2009
Expect wet roads and a few new lane changes and closures on the Kansas Turnpike on Thursday morning.
USD 232 focuses on future success
October 22, 2009
After the Kansas State Department of Education released Oct. 13 the Standard of Excellence recognitions in math and reading, the De Soto school district quickly got to work determining how improve for next year.
Who’s Who: Kenny Bedford
October 22, 2009
Occupation: Retired electrical lineman. Family: Wife, Norma, son, Kent, daughter, Kelly. Age: 64
Halloween party to stir interest for girl scouts
October 22, 2009
tarside Elementary is hosting a Girl Scout Halloween party Oct. 28 for kindergarten and first-grade girls looking to join a troop.
JCPRD art show
October 22, 2009
The works of 40 Johnson County artists will be showcased during the fifth annual Johnson County Art Fest exhibit.
District Court awards domestic violence grants
October 22, 2009
The Johnson County agencies providing services and programs on domestic violence have received grant awards totaling more than $18,000 for th 10th Judicial District Court.
Beauty benefits schools
October 22, 2009
Need a manicure or pedicure? Want to help your child or grandchild’s school?
Pet Talk
October 22, 2009
The other day, upon returning home from a rousing morning dodging cat claws and dog teeth, I pulled in to my driveway to find a very large mysterious box.
USD 232 to get H1N1 vaccine
October 22, 2009
The Johnson County Health Department and Kansas Department of Health and Environment approved the De Soto School District to administer H1N1 flu vaccines.
City engineer continues to brief potential water customers
October 22, 2009
Although the feasibility study on the use of the Sunflower water plant is not yet completed, De Soto continues to approach potential water partners or customers.
Neighbors
October 22, 2009
Joy was spread at Sunday at the De Soto United Methodist Church as Lisa and Todd Carpenter announced the birth of a boy, Carson William Carpenter. He weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long.
Balloon Boy’ proves Linkletter’s Axiom
October 22, 2009
Art Linkletter knew, of course Children are brutally, embarrassingly honest. It’s only when they get a few years under their belt that they learn to lie, cheat and dissemble. That fact formed the basis for Linkletter’s goldmine of vignettes that spanned more than 50 years on radio and television.