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Bobcats turnover happy in loss
December 5, 2001
Prior to Friday night’s 58-31 season-opening loss to Bonner Springs the Basehor-Linwood girls basketball team had a very different vision of how the game would turn out. In particular, they didn’t see all the turnovers.
Courtney pleased by debut
December 5, 2001
When Bruce Courtney was hired as the boys basketball coach at Basehor-Linwood High School, he was surprised by how much things seemed the same.
Students learn healthy living
December 5, 2001
First and second-grade students at Basehor Elementary School are learning healthy ways to live, thanks to an administration program.
New business a ‘Dream’ for gymnasts
December 5, 2001
A business once hoping to land in the city of Basehor has found a permanent home in Tonganoxie.
Local vets recall Pearl Harbor
December 5, 2001
Many of them were just high school students in December 1941. Some were already in the service and some didn’t even know where Pearl Harbor was, an area as foreign to them as the attacking empire of Japan.
Police chief visits memorial
December 5, 2001
On the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, the USS Arizona sat quietly docked on Battleship Row at Pearl Harbor, rocking silently on the waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Obit: Ella Marie Kozel
December 5, 2001
Birth: Noah Christian Schrader
December 5, 2001
Nebraska Furniture Mart breaks ground
December 5, 2001
Sell cheap and tell the truth.
Commission puts Prairie Gardens on back burner
December 5, 2001
The Basehor Planning Commission has continued a public hearing regarding the Prairie Gardens housing development.
City Council postpones hearing on revitalization
December 5, 2001
Although approval seems almost certain, the Basehor City Council again continued a public hearing on a proposed neighborhood revitalization program.
Obit: Ida Marie Frye
December 5, 2001
Bobcats bombarded by three-pointers
December 5, 2001
Most coaches would tell you that a team usually learns more from a loss than it does from a win.
Birth: Colby Thomas Wilkerson
December 5, 2001
Council approves new tax
December 5, 2001
After months of debating, the Basehor City Council approved a charter ordinance for the controversial transportation excise tax at a meeting on Monday, Dec. 3.
Attorneys challenge nudity resolution
December 5, 2001
Attorneys for a former Leavenworth County commissioner are hoping to convince a judge that a county resolution against public nudity is unconstitutional.