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Obit: Charlotte L. Tichenor
July 25, 2001
A lesson in loyalty
July 25, 2001
As I start to dabble in my first ever coverage of high school sports, I’m reminded of a thing called loyalty. Fortunately for those of us who watch and enjoy high school sports, loyalty is never a question. On the professional level, however, the question being asked about loyalty is, does it even exist?
Football players ‘Brave’ heat during camp
July 25, 2001
With the temperature in the low 90s and humidity at the 60 percent level, nearly 40 Bonner Springs High School football prospects took the field on Monday night for the opening of the annual preseason football camp. “The kids here really want to play,” said Jeremy Wood, a senior lineman, who started on both offense and defense last year.
Temperatures, attendance soar
July 25, 2001
On the first day of Basehor-Linwood High School’s annual football camp, it was the large number on the roster and not on the thermometer that had Coach Paul Brown talking.
Local entertainer plans concert for Basehor
July 25, 2001
Get your jumpsuits ready, your sideburns flowing and start swinging those hips because the King of rock ‘n’ roll is coming to town.
City Council to consider excise tax
July 25, 2001
In an attempt to secure funds for street improvements, the city of Basehor is considering installing an excise tax and a property tax increase of five mills.
Former commissioner charged
July 25, 2001
A former Leavenworth County commissioner, who owns an adult entertainment business, has been charged with violating county and state laws regulating nudity and prostitution.
Engagements: Lucero-Trobough
July 25, 2001
County to tear down old Linwood bridge
July 25, 2001
The life of a 94-year-old bridge that fell off its moorings due to rising floodwaters in Linwood has come to an end.
Patrolling city streets a quiet shift for police
July 25, 2001
As other police departments in the Kansas City metro area are kept busy by high crime rates, officers from the Basehor Police Department quietly patrol the streets with few disturbances.