Archive for Thursday, June 16, 2011

Also from June 16

Obituaries
On the street
Polls

How often do you dine in downtown Bonner Springs?

Response Percent
I never do. Downtown Bonner doesn’t have enough choices for me.
 
48%
Every so often.
 
34%
All the time. I love Freseros and Red Fortune and I love supporting my local businesses.
 
17%
Total 47

All stories

Phony war hero indicted for fraud in Fort Leavenworth construction projects
June 16, 2011
When the economy slowed down and construction jobs started drying up, Warren K. Parker had an idea for getting more business.
Traffic changes take place at K-7 and 55th Street/Johnson Drive interchange
June 16, 2011
As of 1 p.m. Thursday, several traffic changes have occurred in the construction zone around Kansas Highway 7 and 55th Street/Johnson Drive, the Kansas Department of Transportation said.
Bonner church celebrates 50th anniversary
June 16, 2011
Bonner Springs Church of the Nazarene celebrated its 50th anniversary over the weekend with the promise to grow and continue to serve the community for another 50 years.
Neighbors: Richard Drennon
June 16, 2011
Richard Drennon shares a little bit about himself in this week’s Neighbors column.
Picnic raises funds for camp
June 16, 2011
Walnut Grove Bible Church will play host to a chicken dinner picnic and benefit auction to send youths to summer camp at Camp Daniel.
Sharing stories of survival
June 16, 2011
We are all survivors.
City hopes sewer system will spur development
June 16, 2011
Developing Edwardsville’s north end has been a dream of city officials for years.
On the agenda: USD 204 Board of Education
June 16, 2011
Agenda items for the Monday, June 20, meeting of the USD 204 Board of Education
Letters: Thanks for the support
June 16, 2011
The family members of Larry Berg, former City Band director and longtime member of the Bonner Springs community, would like to express our sincere appreciation for all the love and support that was given to us during this sudden passing of Larry.
Be respectful of anthems
June 16, 2011
If someone were to ask me when “The Star-Spangled Banner” became our national anthem, I would have guessed that it probably happened in the 19th century, possibly after the Civil War.
Arm injury doesn’t derail Patton in quest to play college baseball
June 16, 2011
Nearly two years after suffering an injury that he feared would derail his baseball career, Jared Patton will continue playing at the college level.
Wristen: New Major League Soccer stadium is backyard treasure
June 16, 2011
After 16 months of construction, the hole in the ground next to the Kansas Speedway has been transformed into a palace. It’s a soccer kingdom, really.
Remember When
June 16, 2011
Area memories from 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
On the record: Bonner Springs Fire Department calls
June 16, 2011
Bonner Springs Fire Department calls for June 5-11
KCK presents business awards
June 16, 2011
The Kansas City Kansas Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced the winners of its Small Business of the Year Awards.
Sandstone striving to overcome economy
June 16, 2011
Last year was a “bloodbath” for music venues across the country.
Braves’ Seaton to continue wrestling career at FHSU
June 16, 2011
Caleb Seaton won’t be packing on the pounds any time soon.
City approves Front Street resurfacing
June 16, 2011
Bonner Springs City Council members agree: It has been a long time coming.
Shawnee toddler’s legacy lives in acts of kindness
June 16, 2011
Lucy Weber lived to see only one birthday.
10-year-old among relay’s cancer survivors
June 16, 2011
Wilson Bledsoe took to the track Friday at a walk with his friend, Cade Stapp, but about a third of the way around, Wilson decided he needed to make good on his promise.
Organizers work to re-establish farmer’s market at Grinter Place
June 16, 2011
About 20 years ago, the only farmer’s market in the immediate area was a thriving, bustling market on the grounds of the Grinter Place Historic Site in Kansas City, Kan., Phil Noah said.
Lost, now found after nearly 45 years
June 16, 2011
Herby Morris will have arguably the most interesting piece of memorabilia to show off at his upcoming 45-year high school class reunion.