Theresa Abel General Manager

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Exploring the past
February 28, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS February 2003 The De Soto City Council approved Fire Chief Kevin Ritter’s request to staff the De Soto Fire Department and emergency medical service full time.
Exploring the past/De Soto history
February 21, 2008

5 years ago

FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS

Exploring the past/De Soto history
February 14, 2008

5 years ago

FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS

February 2003

Exploring the past
February 7, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS February 2003 In a move it anticipated would lead to a smooth transition, the De Soto USD 232 Board of Education promoted Sharon Zoellner to replace her longtime mentor, retiring Superintendent Marilyn Layman.
Exploring the past
January 31, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS January 2003 The De Soto USD 232 Board of Education was nearing a decision in its search of a successor to retiring Superintendent Marilyn Layman. The Board agreed to first look to replace Layman with current district administrators and also had a number of special meetings in January devoted to interviewing applicants and discussing the superintendent opening.
Exploring the past
January 24, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS January 2003 Seven-year-old Elisa Veach designed a board game “Mouse Round-up” for University Games. The youngster saw a contest announcement for a chance to design a new children’s game for the University Games Company while on a family vacation to Disneyland in April 2001.
Exploring the Past
January 17, 2008
5 years ago FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS January 2003 In his annual State of the City Address, Mayor Dave Anderson said the city was in a good position to make progress in 2003 bolstered by the discovery of at least $1 million in city government coffers. ¢ De Soto High School teacher Scott Sharp was one of 23 teachers honored with the Kansas Horizon Award, established to recognize outstanding first-year K-12 teachers. ¢ Lloyd and Maxine Coker planned to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception, given by their children, Loya Beery and Gayla Hougham, at the De Soto Community Center. ¢ A fire caused an estimated $200,000 at the De Soto home of Doug Rowland when he was working on the plumbing with a torch and apparently got too close to one of the studs.
Thanks owed to many
January 10, 2008
As the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end.” That is what is happening in my world these days as my tenure with The World Company ends tomorrow.
Exploring the past/De Soto history
January 9, 2008
FROM THE

DE SOTO NEWS

Exploring the past/De Soto history
January 3, 2008

5 years ago

FROM THE DE SOTO NEWS

January 2003

Development slated for the neighborhood of 91st Street and Lexington Avenue would necessitate a traffic signal in the future, a study commissioned by the city found.

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