Archive for Thursday, May 3, 2007

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On the street

Do you plan to attend Lansing DAZE?

Response Percent
Yes. I always attend.
No. I have other plans this weekend.
Undecided. I’ll wait on the weather.
Total 29

All stories

JV golfers fourth at Oskaloosa
May 3, 2007
The Lansing High junior varsity golf team placed fourth Wednesday at the Oskaloosa Invitational.
Holdout seeking ‘what’s fair’
May 3, 2007
Holdout owner Ray Bailiff, who grew up in Lansing, said he wanted the offer from developers for his property to be based on rates for commercial, not residential property. The land, he reasons, will be used for a commercial development.
Lab push continues at bioconference
May 3, 2007
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., announced Tuesday that he would lead the Kansas delegation during the BIO 2007 convention, which runs Friday through Monday in Boston.
Organizers ready for Lansing DAZE
Festival to take place this weekend
May 3, 2007
Lansing DAZE 2007 features a new date, a new venue and slimmed-down offerings, but it’s still the same family-fun festival, organizers say.
Survival of the toughest
After 22 innings, Lansing takes two from Tonganoxie
May 3, 2007
Sure, fans expected to witness an edge-of-your-seat affair when arguably the top two pitchers in the Kaw Valley League went head-to-head. That said, Monday still was absolutely ridiculous.
Students use spring break to volunteer
May 3, 2007
Spring break destinations such as Acapulco or South Padre, with their nonstop parties and sandy beaches usually beckon Kimberly Garrison, but this year she opted for change.
Web whiz redesigns LHS site
May 3, 2007
Junior Andy Armstrong created a new front page that holds more information, separate sections for sports and news, and links to separate photo galleries.
Youth-laden track squad eyes state possibilities
May 3, 2007
He might as well have been reciting his entire team roster, because that’s about how many names Lansing High track coach Errol Logue listed when asked who impressed him the most at the Tonganoxie Invitational.
Lions set KVL standard
LHS shuts out THS, claims inaugural Kaw Valley League championship
May 3, 2007
Katie Nietzke was taken aback by the news when informed that the Lansing High girls soccer team had wrapped up the Kaw Valley League championship Monday night.
McMillin no-hits Tongie
May 3, 2007
The Lansing High baseball team’s winning streak reached six games on Monday, but a different number made a much bigger buzz.
May 3, 2007
Lansing sports scores and results for the week leading up to May 3, 2007.
Corrections program to cease
Funding cuts to bring end to lauded Juvenile Justice Authority counseling
May 3, 2007
Leavenworth County commissioners are transferring additional money into the Community Corrections department, but it won’t be enough to save a program that counsels entire families about stopping juvenile delinquency.
Carousel museum marks namesake’s birthday
May 3, 2007
Because of countless volunteer hours, a fully-restored and operational 1913 carousel sits in the C.W. Parker Carousel Museum in Leavenworth.
B-25s over Lansing
May 3, 2007
In the early 1940s the sky over Lansing and the greater Kansas City Area almost always had a B-25 flying around for testing. The aircraft were built at the North American Bomber Plant in the Fairfax District in Kansas City, Kan.
Developer designation on tap
Council to be asked to OK Towne Center ‘developer of record’ at meeting tonight
May 3, 2007
Lansing City Council will consider an agreement to designate Lansing Towne Center LLC as the “developer of record” for the Towne Center project.
Road work slated
May 3, 2007
Beginning today, May 3, access to North Seventh Street from East Eisenhower Road will be blocked to allow for construction work.
Retiree angles for big catch
May 3, 2007
It’s sometimes hard to know what to believe when talking to a fisherman. “The one that got away” can’t always be measured.
1st-grade teacher lands award
May 3, 2007
Lansing Elementary School first-grade teacher Linda Rumney was named the Leavenworth Wal-Mart’s Teacher of the Year Award on Wednesday.
VFW honors Lansing Middle School seventh-grader for patriotic essay
May 3, 2007
A secret plan for a ceremony was in the works last month at Lansing Middle School.
Road work could affect DAZE
May 3, 2007
Getting to Lansing DAZE could result in some delays for festival-goers coming from the north via Main Street.
Doubles pairs click at De Soto
May 3, 2007
Earlier in the week it was singles players Josh Robinson and Mo Meyer that began to peak.
Summer MAYB Tourney on tap for June
May 3, 2007
Registration is under way for the 12th annual Leavenworth County MAYB Basketball Tournament.
Baseball vs. Piper rained out
May 3, 2007
The Lansing High baseball game scheduled for 4 p.m. today at home against Piper has been rained out.
May 3, 2007
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Herzog announce the engagement of their son, Lawrence Dean, to Katie Braasch, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bradley Braasch of York, Neb.