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Atchison ends Bobcats’ inaugural soccer season
October 26, 2000
The Basehor-Linwood High School soccer team had its opening season come to an end Tuesday night as the Bobcats lost in the opening round of the 4-3-2-1A Regionals. BLHS lost at Atchison, 5-1, ending its season with a 4-11-1 record.
Lady ‘Cats season ends at sub-state
October 26, 2000
The Basehor-Linwood High School volleyball team had an upset in mind when the Lady Bobcats took on Hiawatha in the first round of the 4A Sub-State tournament at Holton last Saturday.
Obituarties
October 26, 2000
Reliving the Wild, Wild West
October 26, 2000
Area residents last weekend got a glimpse of pioneer life in the 1800s at the 6th Annual Wyandott Days.
Braves’ runners heading to state
October 26, 2000
Only 12 teams remain that have a shot at the 5A boys state cross country crown and the Bonner Springs Braves of are one of them.
Bobcats close in on district crown
October 26, 2000
Win and youre in.
Flu-like illness hits area youth
October 26, 2000
A disease similar to the stomach flu has made a resurgence in the county.
Candidates face off in local forum
October 26, 2000
In the Third District Leavenworth County Commission race, Democratic incumbent Wayne Eldridge will try to fend off Republican Joseph Daniels Jr.
Cox facing opponent in election
October 26, 2000
Despite his opponents seemingly nonexistent campaign, Kansas state Rep. Ray Cox has continued his bid for re-election.
Basehor council split on support for Pfannenstiel
October 26, 2000
Its been nearly two months since it was reported Basehor Mayor John Pfannenstiel faced numerous charges alleging crimes while working as a sergeant at the Lansing State Prison.