Archive for Thursday, March 1, 2007

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Polls

Are you ready for work on Main Street to resume?

Response Percent
Heck yeah, and they need to finish it, too
 
67%
I guess. I was getting used to two lanes both ways.
 
20%
No. I’m praying for rain - and four lanes - for a little longer
 
12%
Total 40

All stories

Neighbors raise biodefense lab concerns
March 1, 2007
An effort to land a $450 million biodefense lab in a rural area near Fort Leavenworth hit a public-relations snag Wednesday night, as dozens of nearby residents voiced concerns about the project at a public meeting.
Rally falls short as LHS girls end season against Mill Valley
March 1, 2007
The Lansing High girls had been here before.
Economic development experience plentiful for new LCDC leader
March 1, 2007
The new executive director of the Leavenworth County Development Corp. brings goals, a strong sense of teamwork and a wealth of experience with him.
Guard unit welcomed home
March 1, 2007
Nineteen members of the Kansas National Guard left for Afghanistan this time last year. Eighteen made it home this past weekend.
Towne Center plans laid out
March 1, 2007
Lansing and area residents could pick up their groceries at a new Hy-Vee grocery store, then head over to grab home improvement items at the Towne Center development near Main and Mary streets, under a plan outlined last week to Lansing City Council members.
Three of a kind
Wood, Buehler, Flynn nab 2nd-place finishes at state tournament
March 1, 2007
It wasn’t the three-for-three that the Lansing High wrestling team hoped for.
Wristen: Character helped Lions thrive through adversity
March 1, 2007
Ron Averill didn’t have to wait until the first day of practice to find out his Lansing High wrestling team would face more than its share of adversity this season.
KCKCC honors two women from area
March 1, 2007
Two Leavenworth women are to be honored today, March 1, at the annual Women’s History Month luncheon on the campus of Kansas City Kansas Community College.
County considering fees for development on CR1
March 1, 2007
Future developers of the area around the proposed interchange on the Kansas Turnpike south of Tonganoxie will help pay the county’s costs for upgrading County Road 1 under plans discussed this week by Leavenworth County commissioners.
Built for speed
March 1, 2007
Danny Asher was hooked on cars at a young age; actually, it started with bicycles.
Radio Hour’ opens River City season
March 1, 2007
A plaque just inside the front doors of the Leavenworth Performing Arts Center states that the building was founded on Feb. 14, 1977. Head on into the theatre, however, and be prepared to take another step back in time. You’ll be transported to December of 1942.
City schedules sewer meeting
March 1, 2007
The city has scheduled a public information meeting to discuss and receive comment on the proposed 9-D Sanitary Sewer Interceptor project.
Lansing students gain scholarships
March 1, 2007
These students from Lansing at Kansas State University have received academic scholarships for the 2006-2007 school year totaling more than $1,000. Most are made possible through donations and gifts to the Kansas State University Foundation.
Dean’s list includes Lansing student
March 1, 2007
Colette R. Watkins, Lansing, has been named to the Dean’s List at Columbia College for the October 2006 session.
ROTC scholarship awarded to Flynn
March 1, 2007
Sean M. Flynn has received an Army ROTC four-year college scholarship.
Trio to perform concert in Basehor
March 1, 2007
Pureheart, a women’s trio that is a longtime favorite at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Mo., will bring its special style of southern gospel music to First Baptist Church of Basehor, 1410 N. 155th St.
Singer-songwriter to play in concert
March 1, 2007
Award-winning troubadour Lee Domann will be in concert at 7 p.m. Friday, March 9, at Lansing United Methodist Church, 107 E. Kay St.
Owner avoids jail in Lansing dog attack
March 1, 2007
A Leavenworth woman will be required to pay fines totaling more than $800 but will not be required to spend any time in jail for charges related to her dog’s attack on a 4-year-old Lansing boy.
John J. Anderson
1957-2007
March 1, 2007
Graveside services for John J. Anderson, 49, Leavenworth, will be at 1 p.m. Monday, March 5, at Sunset Memory Gardens, Leavenworth.
Lions ready for round 3 with Braves
March 1, 2007
All season long Lansing High senior Jeff Jackson has claimed that this was not a rebuilding year.
Scoreboard
March 1, 2007
Lansing sports scores and results for the week leading up to March 1, 2007.
Sign up now for baseball, softball, T-ball
March 1, 2007
Lansing Parks and Recreation is conducting registration for youth baseball, softball and T-ball leagues for the summer season.
Buehler to compete at Metro Classic
March 1, 2007
Kyle Buehler, a Lansing High senior who placed second at state this year at 140 pounds, has been invited to compete at the 15th annual Metro Classic wrestling tournament.
Main Street work to resume
March 1, 2007
It’s not exactly as sure a sign of spring as daffodils or tulips, but orange barrels are making their appearance in Lansing - and it can only mean resumption of work on Main Street.
Wal-Mart to honor Teacher of the Year
March 1, 2007
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is accepting nominations for its Teacher of the Year program, now in its 12th year.
Marillac Center schedules retreat
March 1, 2007
Lenten journey” will be the theme of a Saturday Retreat Day this weekend at Marillac Center in Leavenworth.