Archive for Thursday, July 15, 2010

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Wizards knock off first-place Crew
July 15, 2010
The Kansas City Wizards earned a hard-fought road victory Wednesday night, posting a 1-0 victory against the first-place Columbus Crew.
Commuter forecast for July 15, 2010
July 15, 2010
It’s a little wet this morning from overnight showers and there’s still a chance for some scattered storms throughout the day. Temperatures should be decent and warming by 9 a.m. Roads may be a little wet but nothing major should delay your commute.
Edwardsville council debates personnel budget
July 15, 2010
As members of the Edwardsville City Council took their first in-depth look at the 2011 budget during a work session Monday night, it became clear the addition of personnel would be the topic most up for debate.
Students practice their French in Canada
July 15, 2010
With a few years of French under their belts, a group of six Bonner Springs High School students recently ventured to Canada to test their knowledge.
Habitat for Humanity groups plans informational meeting
July 15, 2010
Heartland Habitat for Humanity will play host to a free informational meeting for individuals interested in learning more about becoming a habitat homeowner.
Community bands serve important historical purpose
July 15, 2010
A community band concert, topped off with an ice cream social sponsored by a local church or organization, a few jokes tossed in, a cool breeze and a comfortable lawn chair all make for a good summer evening in a small town.
Area wrestlers learn from national champ
July 15, 2010
The Mill Valley wrestling program has always taken a blue-collar approach to developing champions under coach Travis Keal’s leadership, so Keal was particularly excited when an NCAA national champion who fits that very mold agreed to lead a camp at MVHS.
Home of Braves football gets a facelift
July 15, 2010
It’s Friday afternoon, and the thermostat is flirting with 90 degrees.
Exhibit hopes to garner interest in various Kansas River artifacts
July 15, 2010
Though the exhibit may provide more questions than answers, Bob Burkhart and Tom Farris say that is exactly the point of “Spirit of the Kaw.”
Price sees early signs of progress during summer basketball
July 15, 2010
Andy Price is laying the groundwork quickly for his second stint as the Bonner Springs High School boys basketball coach.
Smoking ban makes sense
July 15, 2010
It appears that Kansans’ long love affair with tobacco is waning.
Bonner Beautiful and city work it out
July 15, 2010
The city of Bonner Springs and the Bonner Beautiful Commission have finally managed to get on a positive footing.
Remember When
July 15, 2010
A look back through the years.
Shipman remembered for strength, motorcycles
July 15, 2010
Family always came first with Miles Leroy Shipman, but Harley-Davidson motorcycles were a close second.
On the agenda
July 15, 2010
USD 204 Board of Education agenda for the July 19 meeting.
Bonner questions whether to raise mill levy
July 15, 2010
To keep the mill levy as is or to raise it was a main point of discussion during Tuesday night’s Bonner Springs 2011-2012 budget workshop, which focused on next year’s general fund expenditures.
Band to take stage again
July 15, 2010
The Bonner Springs City Band will present its next concert of the summer at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 15, at Kelly Murphy Park.
Candidates to be featured at Democratic breakfast
July 15, 2010
The July Wyandotte County Third Saturday Democratic Breakfast will meet Saturday, July 17.
TV host takes on local food challenge
July 15, 2010
With a crowd of 120 people yelling, and the high-fives flying, Adam Richman makes his way to a single table at the front of Papa Bob’s BBQ in Bonner Springs.
Mayor makes second hospital visit
July 15, 2010
Though he was expected to preside over Monday night’s Bonner Springs City Council meeting for the first time since suffering a small vessel stroke in May, Mayor Clausie Smith spent the evening back at the hospital.