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Political season opens Thursday
November 30, 2005
Thursday is the first day to file as a candidate in the April 2006 Shawnee City Council races.
Mill Valley wrestlers have high hopes for ‘05 season
November 30, 2005
He’s hesitant to admit it, but this might be the best wrestling team Travis Keal has ever had at Mill Valley. Keal returns all three of his wrestlers who placed at State last season, which was the most Mill Valley wrestlers ever to place at State in one season, topping the previous record of two State placers in 2004.
Monticello Trails ‘mixes it up’ at lunch
November 30, 2005
Megan Hightower and Yessenia Rizo agree their school has cliques.
O Tannenbaum…’
November 30, 2005
Branching out to a new fresh choice for the season in buying a tree.
Obit: June VanMeerhaeghe
November 30, 2005
Obit: Leonard Leon Partee
November 30, 2005
Obit: Hazel Norman
November 30, 2005
Obit: William J. McComb Jr.
November 30, 2005
Obit: Alexis Brianna Collins
November 30, 2005
Cougars eye improvement
November 30, 2005
With the return of five State qualifiers to his 2005-2006 squad, Shawnee Mission Northwest wrestling coach Howard Newcomb is excited about getting this season underway.
MVHS students share turkey day feast with honors
November 30, 2005
Mike and Joey Stevens of De Soto were glad to get a special Thanksgiving dinner from Mill Valley High School Honor Society members last week.
Park district reprises Brits’ soccer camp
November 30, 2005
The Johnson County Park and Recreation District is offering a holiday version of the nationally-acclaimed summer British Soccer Camp.
Letter: Now’s not the time to stop cancer funding
November 30, 2005
Eagles ready to hit the hardwood
November 30, 2005
In two days, the Maranatha Academy boys and girls basketball teams will tip off the 2005-2006 season on the road at McLouth.
Shawnee Mission board sets legislative priorities
November 30, 2005
Mary Kay Ralston is worried about new support for legislative action that she believes could take funds away from public schools.
Second annual event promises more fun
November 30, 2005
After months of planning, this year’s Christmas Around Town in Shawnee Friday promises to be an even bigger and better holiday event.
Taff pleads guilty to violations
November 30, 2005
Saying little more than “yes, sir” or “no, sir,” a penitent Adam Taff pleaded guilty Monday to wire fraud and violating the federal campaign law.
Need always in season at Shawnee Community Services
November 30, 2005
Toys for Tots, Coats for Kids, Project Warmth: the list of worthwhile charities in need of support this holiday season is lengthy and distinguished.
Jags looking to take next step
November 30, 2005
Mill Valley senior guard Jack Johnson is prepared to face the inevitable task of being “the man” this year for the Jaguars with the loss of all-everything guard David Woods.
Cougars eyeing return to state
November 30, 2005
If the first practice of the season is any indication, participation won’t be a problem for the 2005-2006 Shawnee Mission Northwest boys basketball team.
Opinion: Down go the goalposts
November 30, 2005
For the third time in a stretch of three home games, the goalposts at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence came tumbling down last week after the Kansas football team came from behind to beat Iowa State.
City hopes downtown improvements will grow
November 30, 2005
Shawnee city officials hope an expansion of the Downtown Improvement Program will bring even more improvements to the downtown area.
Artist’s contribution features Governor’s Meeting House
November 30, 2005
Always looking for subjects for new paintings, Marcia Streepy was only too happy to lend her artistic talent to Shawnee’s Sesquicentennial Calendar.