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Manners matter! Grandmother said so
September 6, 2006
It is said, “You are what you eat.” There should be a saying, “You are perceived by how you eat.”
Opinion: No reason to panic
September 6, 2006
When a football team loses its first game of the season, it often becomes a little tougher for the head coach to breathe. The blood boils, the pressure intensifies and small mistakes quickly become unacceptable.
A Higher institution
Central Baptist Seminary seeks stewardship in spiritual community
September 6, 2006
Administrators at the Central Baptist Theological Seminary say they’re ready to be the center of religious education in Shawnee.
Walkers prepare to ‘step out’ to fight breast cancer
September 6, 2006
Gail Hoover of Shawnee knows a lot about what it’s like to battle breast cancer.
Message sent as Jags draw with Lansing
September 6, 2006
Arlan Vomhof sent a message to his team last Thursday.
Lady Cougars split with power programs at season opener
September 6, 2006
The Shawnee Mission Northwest volleyball team proved they belonged, then they proved that they still have a ways to go.
Jags take 2 in tune up
September 6, 2006
The Mill Valley volleyball team is catching on quick.
Woods’ school record helps Jags roll
September 6, 2006
Justin Woods couldn’t even recall all his touchdowns Friday night in the season opener against Bishop Ward.
First game at new venue something to remember
September 6, 2006
Friday nights are looking better than ever for fans of Shawnee Mission Northwest football — at least home games, anyway.
Hope in Action prepares for cancer run
September 6, 2006
Hope Lutheran Elementary School is continuing its tradition of supporting cancer patients and their families while raising money for the school.
Wedding: Straily-Arnhold
September 6, 2006
Obituary: Laurence W. Breedlove
September 6, 2006
Rookie racers pace Cougars at Saints Challenge
September 6, 2006
A slew of new faces took the course for the Shawnee Mission Northwest boys and girls cross country teams last Saturday, and while the results may not have been the typical team results that the perennial power is used to, they gave reason for continued optimism from the Cougar faithful.
Renaissance Festival opens for 30th season
September 6, 2006
Huzzah! The 30th annual Kansas City Renaissance kicked off last weekend, attracting both locals and wayfarers from afar.
Letter: A great ride
September 6, 2006
Guest Commentary: Sales tax holidays not much of a bargain
September 6, 2006
For shoppers in Kansas and throughout the nation, the back-to-school shopping frenzy is a celebrated annual tradition. But there’s another annual event that has proliferated in its wake — the growing use of sales tax “holidays” that aim to temporarily cut costs for shoppers.
Opinion: Tour de Shawnee no small task
September 6, 2006
Surely it will come as a surprise to no one if we say that the Tour de Shawnee is an event that does Shawnee proud.
Opinion: Tuition inflation
September 6, 2006
As Kansans, we have a lot to be proud of. One of them is NOT, however, our record of tuition increases at state universities.
Crafts fair set Sept. 16
September 6, 2006
The 31st Annual Shawnee Town Arts and Crafts Fair is just slightly more than a week away, set to run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 16 at Shawnee Town.
Pilot recalls day he watched the towers fall
September 6, 2006
Five years after watching the events of Sept. 11, 2001, unfold from his hotel room, Dave Lindley believes the historic day was one of the most emotional times in his life.
Kansas Caveman
Shawnee Mission Northwest grad named captain for 2006 Jayhawks
September 6, 2006
In addition to the intangibles, instructions and ideology of how to win football games on the defensive side of the ball, Kansas University’s senior linebackers last season passed an extra trait on to sophomore Mike Rivera — a cool moniker.
Panel to weigh spending plans
September 6, 2006
Shawnee City Council members Tuesday were to look over the limited list of projects the city would be able to complete by 2011.
Cougars open with thrilling victory
September 6, 2006
The Shawnee Mission Northwest football team put all the distractions of a special opening night aside on Friday and placed its focus on one thing — the Shawnee Mission North Indians.
2001 attacks permanently changed Americans’ lives
Greatest effects seen in preparedness efforts by city police, fire units
September 6, 2006
In the years following the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, the government has been taking steps at every level to prevent such incidents as well as to ensure an immediate, organized response should they occur.
VIP’s dedicate new North District Stadium
September 6, 2006
Cody Sliva, Brett Skillett and Tyler Sliva, sixth-graders at Benninghoven Elementary School, dream of the day they’ll get to play at the new North stadium.