Archive for Thursday, October 6, 2011

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Doors of united Risen Savior Church expected to open next month
October 6, 2011
Work on a church three years in the making is nearing completion.
Probation revoked for Lansing man convicted of child exploitation
October 6, 2011
Probation revoked for Lansing man convicted of sexual exploitation of a child Lansing resident Jesse Lee Thomas, 24, was sentenced to prison for 32 months Wednesday by Leavenworth County District Court Judge Gunnar Sundby, for violating his probation, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Wednesday.
Braves’ Coffman dominant in first victory
October 6, 2011
Matt Coffman has been a regular face on the awards stand at cross country meets this fall.
Letter: Bike show thanks
October 6, 2011
To the editor: The family of Tanner Cushman would like to thank the “Kobi family” for all they did for the bike show on Sept. 17.
Smith: Keys to marriage success
October 6, 2011
If you have a successful marriage there are some small issues that are never discussed by magazines and, yes, tongue-in-cheek, need to be brought to light.
Remember when: Oct. 6
October 6, 2011
Ten years ago, the Bonner Springs Volunteer Fire Department planned its annual open house. During the program a ceremony honored firefighters who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Tendick, Callahan place second at Bonner Springs tournament
October 6, 2011
A broken nose suffered during a softball game didn’t keep Breanna Tendick from playing Thursday at the Bonner Springs Girls Tennis Invitational, but she occupied a different spot in the lineup.
Braves continue midseason push with soccer shutout of Cyclones
October 6, 2011
The Braves are 5-4-2 overall and 1-1-1 in their last three games, but those results came as they entered the meat of their regular-season schedule.
Village West events honor NASCAR, heroes
October 6, 2011
It’s NASCAR race weekend at the Kansas Speedway, featuring the Hollywood Casino 400, the fourth race in the chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Earp Distribution celebrates opening in Edwardsville
October 6, 2011
It took the right amount of timing and local officials working together to bring Earp Distribution to Edwardsville and allow it to build its new $24 million, 184,000 square-foot facility.
Third-grader lays groundwork to be famous like Miley Cyrus
October 6, 2011
Stella Harrington’s model for whom she wants to be like one day has long brown hair, is adored by preteens the world over for pop songs like “Party in the U.S.A.” and sometimes goes by the name of Hannah Montana.
Bonner Springs district’s former finance manager to consult
October 6, 2011
Until her resignation in late August to return to her home in Minnesota, Tami Koppang had been the business and finance manager for USD 204 for four years. She also served as board clerk.
Sedgwick: Road trip renews memories of tasty treats, turkey hunts
October 6, 2011
Apple pie and small-town cafes come to my mind when I hit the Wellsville exit, traveling Interstate 35 south to a meeting in Emporia. A generous slice of homemade apple pie, topped with a slab of cheese and served up with a hot cup of heavy, dark, homebrewed coffee — the image drifted into my mind from some inner recess.