Tricia Masenthin

Recent stories

LHS hopes changes boost freshmen
February 15, 2007
A Lansing High School team has developed a strategy it hopes will help freshmen succeed.
LHS musician lands on state’s list of top brass
February 15, 2007
A Lansing High School student’s musical talents have earned him a seat among the top brass in the state.
Chance road trip leads to lost dog
February 15, 2007
A short road trip to a Super Bowl party has given a Lansing family a lesson in hope.
Pupil of politics
February 15, 2007
Walker Edwards doesn’t know what he wants to do with the rest of his life, but a trip to the Kansas Statehouse may have sparked an interest in pursuing a political career.
Longtime Lansing teachers announce retirement
February 15, 2007
Two longtime Lansing Elementary School teachers won’t be returning to the classroom in the fall.
Board eyes refinancing portion of school bonds
February 15, 2007
A portion of the school bonds for the new Lansing Elementary School on West Mary Street could soon be up for sale, resulting in a potential savings of $343,000 to district taxpayers.
Spelling bee winner prompts questions about her home
February 8, 2007
Leavenworth County has a new spelling bee champ, and she resides in Johnson County.
Forensics team relishes early-season success
February 8, 2007
The Lansing High School forensics team has a new coach and two second-place tournament finishes under its belt already this season.
Shared remembrance
Students hang yellow ribbons for loved ones
February 8, 2007
Geno DeGraw misses his big brother, and yellow ribbons remind him of that every time the sixth-grader walks through the commons area at Lansing Middle School.
Advance voting in primary begins
February 8, 2007
Advance voting for the Feb. 27 primary election is now under way in Leavenworth County.

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Recent photos

Members of the Findeisen family and their dogs, Chubs, left, and Midnight pose with the fateful sign the family encountered on the way to a Super Bowl party. Family members include, from left, Colton, Karisa Garber, Logan and Lisa.

Trombonist Edwin Fluevog will show off his talents as a member of the Kansas Music Educators Association's State Festival Orchestra.

Yellow ribbons in the commons area at Lansing Middle School remind these students of loved ones who have been deployed overseas. Front row: Alison Davila. Second row, from left: Alyssa Glowacki and Sam Anderson. Third row: Geno DeGraw, Tanner Sherman and Matthew Bessasparis. Fourth row: Brandon Glowacki, Nick Fodness and Matt Newby.

Megan Wood perfects her serious solo acting piece, "Ice Cream for Dinner," in preparation for competition.

Leavenworth County Spelling Bee champ Molly Oberstein-Allen shows off the plaque she won.

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