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Basehor student honors former teacher
October 19, 2000
When Lisa Hallier moved to Basehor as a fifth grader, one teacher made her feel special. Seven years later, Hallier returned the favor.
Deer on roadway create safety hazard for drivers
October 19, 2000
White tail deer are out in numbers this autumn, resulting in numerous traffic accidents on area highways.
High fuel prices take toll on budgets
October 19, 2000
Area residents are bracing for increased fuel costs this winter.
Council at odds with water district officials
October 19, 2000
Normally mundane items like easements, waterlines and sewers took on a new light Monday night as members of the Basehor City Council exchanged barbs with a representative of Rural Water District No. 1.
Freaky Friday too much for Braves
October 19, 2000
Maybe it was the fact it was Friday the 13th. Perhaps it was the full moon. Or maybe it’s just the way a football bounces. Whatever it was, the Washington Wildcats benefited from some strange occurrences, topping the Bonner Springs Braves 30-6 last Friday at Washington.
Basehor School Board to review new district football assignments
October 19, 2000
Basehor-Linwood School Board members received a copy of a proposal to modify the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s football district assignment system, from the KSHSAA at their meeting Monday night.