Archive for Thursday, July 21, 2005

Also from July 21

Events
On the street
Photos
Photo galleries
Lunatics start strong at AFA National Tournament Ceal's Designs and Signs Lansing PTA Music and Art Camp
Polls

Have you been ticketed for speeding on Main Street?

Response Percent
No. Adhering to the speed limit is easy to do.
 
72%
Yes. Anyone who has driven through town more than twice has, too.
 
27%
Total 43

All stories

Outlaws roughed up in pool play
July 21, 2005
The Lansing Outlaws softball team didn’t make much of a splash during pool play at the AFA National Tournament.
Lunatics open nationals strong
July 21, 2005
The Lunatics opened the AFA Softball National Tournament on a strong note as they went 2-1 in pool play.
Family’s commitment to farming rewarded by county Farm Bureau
July 21, 2005
John Sloan and his family were named Leavenworth County Farm Family of the Year last week.
Ideas plentiful for city’s new park
Planners to incorporate public’s suggestions into master plan
12:01 a.m., July 21, 2005 Updated 12:35 p.m.
Planners for a new 128-acre park in Lansing held a workshop last week to find out what residents want.
93-year-old ready for LHS reunion
July 21, 2005
Mae Florence Stiglmire, 93, will be the oldest alumna at this weekend’s Lansing High School All-Class Reunion.
Services set for drowning victims
Funerals scheduled Friday in aftermath of ‘terribly, terribly tragic accident’
July 21, 2005
Separate services are set for Friday for two Lansing 2-year-olds who drowned Monday in a residential swimming pool.
LHS football camps coming soon
July 21, 2005
Lansing High football coach Bill Pekarek and his staff will play host to two football camps during the week of July 25-29.
Carving keeps retiree busy
July 21, 2005
Larry Everitt may be retired, but that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t stay busy.
Scoreboard
July 21, 2005
Lansing sports
Reds psyched after second win
July 21, 2005
The Lansing Reds defeated Tonganoxie Team 2, 5-1, on Sunday for their second win of the season.
Board organizes fund-raising events
July 21, 2005
Lansing Educational Foundation Fund is charging ahead with plans for a fund-raising breakfast and dinner, both scheduled for next year.
LHS grad joins Lambda Society
July 21, 2005
Lansing High School graduate Kayla Marie Buehler has been initiated into Lambda Sigma, a national sophomore honor society based on scholarship, leadership and service.
Wash-day blues
July 21, 2005
Washing clothes has always been a major operation.
Continued diligence needed on spending
July 21, 2005
News out of City Hall last week should be a welcome relief for property owners within the city limits of Lansing.
Bible school enrollment starts
July 21, 2005
It’s time to sign up for the “Ramblin’ Road Trip” at Lansing First Southern Baptist Church.
Sickinger signs with Aurora U.
July 21, 2005
Lansing High School graduate Kendra Sickinger will play soccer for the Division III Aurora University Spartans in the fall.
Service note: Phillip R. Brown
July 21, 2005
Service note
On the record
July 21, 2005
Lansing Police reports and Lansing fire calls to Leavenworth County Fire District No. 1
Outlaws ready for big finish
July 21, 2005
At 9:30 a.m. today the Outlaws will wrap up pool play at the American Fastpitch Association Class B National Tournament in Lawrence. Double-elimination bracket play will begin tonight and run through Sunday.
Soccer players excel during summer
July 21, 2005
Ten members of the Lansing High boys’ soccer team have had a busy spring and summer with the Leavenworth Twisters soccer club.
Soccer registration on through Aug. 5
July 21, 2005
Registration for Lansing Parks and Recreation youth soccer will be accepted until Aug. 5.
Arts camp participation reaches record high
July 21, 2005
Lansing PTA Music and Art Camp had a record enrollment of more than 190 students this summer.
Brianna Elizabeth MacNeill
July 21, 2005
Brianna Elizabeth MacNeill was born at 5:10 p.m. July 1, 2005.
KDOT crackdown on K-7 not increasing local citations
12:00 a.m., July 21, 2005 Updated 12:35 p.m.
Lansing Police Department has not seen a significant increase in the number of citations written this week despite its participation in a state program to crack down on traffic violations on Kansas Highway 7.
Recently promoted police captain finds Lansing ‘just the right size’
July 21, 2005
Lansing Police Capt. Ben Ontiveros knows all about big, small and just right.
Aquatic park may have regional draw
12:00 a.m., July 21, 2005 Updated 12:20 p.m.
Designers discussed advantages of water park attractions at a 128-acre Lansing park where the city hopes to build some type of aquatic center.
Radovich shines at tournament
July 21, 2005
Amanda Radovich, who will be a senior at Lansing High School this fall, earned All-Tournament Team honors at the 2005 Miss Basketball Showcase at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
Deputy’s jury trial postponed
July 21, 2005
A jury trial for a Leavenworth County sheriff’s deputy charged with causing the death of a local firefighter has been continued, prosecutors said.
City, architects to discuss K-7
July 21, 2005
Next week, members of the Basehor City Council will meet with architects from HNTB Corp., the design firm charged with coordinating upgrades to the Kansas Highway 7 corridor.
Harry Potter fans attend party
July 21, 2005
Thirty children, teens and one adult won chances to attend the Basehor Community Library’s “Harry Potter Party” Friday, July 15, which coincided with the release of the new book, “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.” Each person in attendance was allowed to bring a guest.
Council members conduct interviews with 2 candidates
July 21, 2005
The Basehor City Council has completed its first round of in-person interviews with the two remaining candidates for the vacant city administrator position.
Youth PRIDE thriving in Basehor
July 21, 2005
This month, Basehor Youth PRIDE is enjoying its two-year anniversary of revitalizing a once dormant group for area children and students.
Basehor-Linwood graduate honored for volunteer work
July 21, 2005
Basehor PRIDE officials credit the leadership of Nicole Swenson as the reason why its once dormant Youth PRIDE program has undergone a dramatic resurgence in recent years. Lately, others have started to take notice of Swenson’s abilities as well.
Ruling: Sexual predator barred
Judge says permit required for housing
July 21, 2005
A Leavenworth County judge ruled Tuesday that a notorious sexual predator cannot legally live in the county.
November vote set on school bonds
School officials seek voter OK for $22.9 million issue to finance elementary school, other work
July 21, 2005
Basehor-Linwood school district officials spent nearly four hours Monday night in a war-room like meeting discussing options and plans for a proposed bond issue for new school construction.
London native sees similarities in two attacks
Present-day bombings evoke World War II memories
July 21, 2005
This enemy had a face.