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Cormack holds fast, superintendent’s spot still in question
January 18, 2001
Cal Cormack says he is satisfied with being the acting superintendent of the Basehor-Linwood School District. Whether he would take the position permanently hinges on when and if the superintendent’s position becomes available.
Council seats, mayoral post face re-election
January 18, 2001
The Basehor mayor’s seat and two city council posts are up for re-election in April.
Pfannenstiel to seek re-election
January 18, 2001
Mayor John Pfannenstiel, despite facing felony criminal charges, followed through with his promise to run for re-election in April.
Bravettes open Basehor tourney with victory
January 18, 2001
The Bonner Springs Bravettes withstood a fourth period rally and took a 54-42 win over the Fort Scott Lady Tigers in the first round of the Basehor-Linwood tournament on Tuesday.
Bobcats advance to Invitational semifinal
January 18, 2001
Slow starts have been a reoccurring theme for the Basehor-Linwood boys, but the inability to get out of the gate early has not snapped their current six-game winning streak.
Council OK’s clerk to handle court fines
January 18, 2001
The Basehor city council unanimously voted Tuesday night to amend a section of the Oaths and Bonds ordinance for designated city officers.
School board tackles Local Option Budgets
January 18, 2001
Discussions for Local Option Budgets for the 2001-02 school year was the highlight of Tuesday’s USD 458 Board of Education meeting.
Volunteers honored for achievements
January 18, 2001
Local volunteers celebrated community achievements during a banquet sponsored by the Basehor Chamber of Commerce and Basehor PRIDE last Saturday night.