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Club offers recreational alternative
December 14, 2000
Enthusiastic volunteers and community support have helped the Pioneer Club at First Baptist Church of Basehor get off to a roaring start.
High School students lend a helping hand
December 14, 2000
Some students from Basehor-Linwood High School go back to elementary school every day for classes. But it’s not what you might think.
Winter storm hits fast, hard
December 14, 2000
An Arctic Clipper producing freezing rain and snow made travel difficult for drivers and pedestrians this week.
Bravettes roll past Mill Valley, busy slate ahead
December 14, 2000
Putting it mildly, this will be a major upcoming week for the Bonner Springs Bravettes basketball team if they hope to reach their goal of 15 or more wins this season. The Bravettes, 2-0 thus far, play three games in four days. And maybe the best news is that all three games will be played at home.
Leavenworth County offers toll-free number
December 14, 2000
Area residents no longer have to pay long-distance fees to reach Leavenworth County government offices. As a result of complaints from constituents, the county reinstated a toll-free number several months ago.
Basehor City Council to choose new president
December 14, 2000
Basehor City Council members will choose a new president at their meeting Monday night.
Guy to lead Chamber of Commerce in 2001
December 14, 2000
A familiar face will lead the Basehor Chamber of Commerce in 2001.