Archive for Thursday, February 8, 2001

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School crossing guard dropped because school district lacks authority to control traffic
February 8, 2001
After the Basehor-Linwood School District made the decision to remove the crossing guards from the 155th Street and Leavenworth Road area, Basehor resident Brenda Hooks volunteered for the job.
Four candidates vie for board
February 8, 2001
Four candidates are running for Basehor-Linwood School Board Position 5.
Cunningham to focus on managing city’s growth
February 8, 2001
Basehor mayoral candidate Randy Cunningham will base his platform around managing the growth that he said the city will undoubtedly experience.
Rising Prices
Business steady as gas prices remain high
February 8, 2001
Roller coaster enthusiasts sometimes drive hundreds, even thousands, of miles in search of the best possible ride. Most would probably agree that a series of quick peaks and valleys can help to make a ride more enjoyable.
City seeks ruling on primary election
February 8, 2001
Despite opposition from some residents, the Basehor City Council has voted to challenge the county’s ruling regarding the city’s home-authority ordinance on elections.
Bonner Springs falls in close contest with Ottawa
February 8, 2001
The Bonner Springs Braves were unable to overcome a combination of poor free throw shooting and a first period cold spell in a 60-57 Huron League loss to Ottawa on Tuesday.