Archive for Friday, April 7, 2006

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Council heated on backflow valves
April 7, 2006
Mayor Ken Bernard terminated a heated discussion regarding Lan-Del Water District’s installation of double check valves after nearly an hour of debate at Thursday’s City Council meeting.
Generals honored
Wallace, Petraeus cited in ceremonies Thursday at Fort Leavenworth
April 7, 2006
The former commanding general of Fort Leavenworth and the man who replaced him both were honored Thursday for their contributions to the military.
Breakfast raises money for Lansing schools
April 7, 2006
Lansing Educational Foundation Fund put on its second annual giving campaign breakfast Friday morning at Lansing Middle School.
Lions place third at Gardner
Warner, Robinson lead way with second place doubles finish; Collins a strong third at No. 1 singles
April 7, 2006
Heavy gusts of wind at the Gardner-Edgerton High School tennis courts made playing difficult for all five teams at the tournament. Lansing High was no exception.
LHS earns split with Mill Valley
Stratton’s sacrifice fly seals league victory in opener
April 7, 2006
If these are the type of baseball games the Troy Andrews era is going to be all about, then Lansing High baseball fans are in for one heck of a thrill ride.
Lions fall to De Soto in 2OT
Griffen nets two goals in first loss of season
April 7, 2006
Soccer is a team sport, and the Lansing High girls soccer team’s 3-2 loss to De Soto in double overtime Thursday night proved it.
LHS softball drops two at Mill Valley
April 7, 2006
Two days after delivering a dazzling pair of victories in its season-opening doubleheader, the Lansing High softball team was unable to replicate the performance.
School board to meet in special session
Superintendent’s future could be topic for discussion
April 7, 2006
The Basehor-Linwood school board on Friday scheduled a special meeting for Tuesday, April 11, during which they’ll discuss personnel issues.