Archive for Wednesday, January 6, 2010

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USD 232 to create special education council
January 6, 2010
informational meeting to be 6 p.m. Tuesday at the District Administrative Building, 35200 W. 91st St. in De Soto.
USD 232 cancels school for Thursday
January 6, 2010
All classes and activities canceled
5 questions: Ron Creason
January 6, 2010
De Soto street supervision talks about Christmas blizzard and the city’s snow removal efforts
De Soto Library closes early
January 6, 2010
Weather forces early closure
Two area 4-H clubs make service focus of holiday activities
January 6, 2010
The Johnson County Horse Club and the Legacy 4-H Club dedicated the holiday season to
Neighbor 1-07-2010
January 6, 2010
De Soto community news
De Soto school calendar for Jan. 7, 2010
January 6, 2010
Events through Jan 13
Community calendar Jan. 7, 2010
January 6, 2010
Activities through Jan. 14
De Soto district targeting bullies
January 6, 2010
Counselors in the De Soto School District now are better prepared to deal with the issue of bullying.
Five from De Soto on KU’s fall graduate list
January 6, 2010
Graduates to be part of May ceremonies
Building momentum
Cat boys on a roll heading into clash with Panthers
January 6, 2010
After an impressive 64-56 victory over Wyandotte and a 5-2 start to the season, Jim Bonar’s squad looks to build on its momentum as it embarks on the conference portion of its schedule.
Wrestlers look to be consistent at Burlington
January 6, 2010
After a start that coach Shannon Sawner has deemed up and down, the De Soto wrestling team will begin the second half of its season Saturday at the Burlington Tournament.
Wildcat girls face tough challenge Friday at Paola
January 6, 2010
Last year the thought of squaring off with Paola — a state semifinalist — would probably have been daunting for Dwight Spencer’s young, inexperienced girls basketball squad.
Commuter forecast for January 6, 2010
January 6, 2010
The roads won’t be bad on the morning commute, but the conditions will change once snow begins to fall. The temperatures are in double digits, though the wind has it feeling a little colder. Drive safely today.