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Bobcats prepare for battles with Lansing
December 12, 2001
Because neither the boys or the girls varsity teams had a Tuesday game this week, the Basehor-Linwood basketball teams have been able to spend some extra time preparing for their next opponent.
Lady ‘Cats familiar with 0-3 start
December 12, 2001
Last season, the Basehor-Linwood High School girls basketball team started off 0-3 and went on to have a successful season.
Lasley the real deal
December 12, 2001
Don’t worry about the missed free throws or the occasional air ball here and there. Piper High School’s Lorenzo Lasley is the real deal. On Friday, Dec. 7, the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats found that out.
BLHS falls to 0-3 with loss
December 12, 2001
Brandon Dye and Nick Verbenec have been through this before. After starting the football season off with two straight losses, BLHS’s senior quarterback and junior wide receiver saw their team turn its season around and win the Kaw Valley League title.
Basehor-Linwood prepares for growth
December 12, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood School Board could announce at a meeting in January a tentative plan for construction projects that would help prepare the school district for impending growth.
Letter: Treatment of former Basehor
December 12, 2001
Commission looks at child development
December 12, 2001
Leavenworth County commissioners are looking into a new child development program to help prepare and educate children before they enter school.
Students learn about Pearl Harbor through voices of local veterans
December 12, 2001
On Dec. 7, 1941, a stunned nation sat listening to radio newscasts detailing the Japanese sneak attack at Pearl Harbor.
KU organizes group to tackle education issues
December 12, 2001
Area superintendents say Kansas schools are facing potential problems in finding qualified administrators and special education teachers.
Linwood bridge becomes icon of town’s past
December 12, 2001
A Union Pacific Railroad bridge now stands as the only direct link over Stranger Creek in the city of Linwood.
Historical Society closer to realizing dream
December 12, 2001
Members of the Basehor Historical Society have worked feverishly for a city museum since 1996.
Lady ‘Cats like new offense, still waiting for it to pay off
December 12, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood High School girls basketball team is winless in its first three games, but it hasn’t been because of a lack of offense. It’s been getting into the offense that has been the problem.
BLHS wrestlers making history
December 12, 2001
The 2001 season has been very good to the Basehor-Linwood wrestling team.
Service, youth help less fortunate
December 12, 2001
Students in the Basehor-Linwood School District are finding that giving can be just as good as receiving this holiday season.
Virtual Charter School receives state accreditation
December 12, 2001
Basehor-Linwood Virtual Charter School is again receiving recognition for its success with alternative learning programs.