Archive for Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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Sullivan: Canners can’t always trust old methods
July 20, 2010
People still canning green beans at home using the boiling water canner instead of a tested pressure canning process are risking food loss and even worse, possible death or serious poisoning.
Leavenworth County Commission approves Tonganoxie revitalization plan
July 20, 2010
Commission approves 2nd time around
Leavenworth County Commission ends solid-waste property assessment
July 20, 2010
Dedicated mill levy to fund transfer station in 2011
County sells fair building
July 20, 2010
Leavenworth County no longer owns a share of a building at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds in Tonganoxie.
County near end of 2011 budget discussions
July 20, 2010
The Leavenworth County Commission is closing in on a 2011 budget that would create a county codes court while raising the property tax levy by 1.17 mills.
The Bachelor” to scout for talent in Shawnee
July 20, 2010
“The Bachelor” is coming to Shawnee to scout for eligible men and women age 21 or older to appear on the show’s Season 15.
Flash flood warning issued for area
July 20, 2010
A midsummer storm rolling through the area could cause problems at the evening rush hour.
Mini-series featuring local racecar drivers gets rescheduled
July 20, 2010
The remaining episodes of “Heartland Thunder,” a mini-series on the Discovery Channel following racecar drivers from Bonner Springs and Basehor, has been rescheduled from the original air dates.
Dysart dissents on subdivision development
July 20, 2010
Miles Excavating wants to move forward with its plans to build the Tomahawk Valley subdivision between 155th Street and 158th Streets.
Commuter forecast for July 20, 2010
July 20, 2010
It’s going to be another warm day with temperatures reaching the mid-90s by this afternoon. Gusting winds will accompany a possibility for storms later in the day.
WWII-era munitions safely detonated
July 20, 2010
Russ Owens, owner of Owens Contracting in Bonner Springs, has seen a lot of strange things in his line of work, but what he found Sunday was the strangest.