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State seeks prison time for Pfannenstiel
June 14, 2001
Leavenworth County prosecutors want to secure additional prison time for former Basehor mayor John Pfannenstiel.
Basehor grad walks marathon in honor of recovering judge
June 14, 2001
Competing in honor of his honor, Basehor Municipal Court Judge Bill Pray, a former Basehor-Linwood High School graduate recently participated in the Suzuki Rock ‘n Roll Marathon in San Diego.
City hires interim engineer following resignation
June 14, 2001
Due to the resignation of the city’s engineering firm, B&G Consultants, the city of Basehor has announced the hiring of an interim engineer.
Senior residents mourn loss of fellow tenant
Basehor woman killed in wreck
June 14, 2001
A 64-year-old Basehor woman who was killed in a wreck on Friday will be dearly missed by the tenants at Hickory Villa, senior center manager Irris Dyshart said.
Police gear up for action in mock riot
June 14, 2001
If a large and hostile crowd ever riots at Sandstone Amphitheatre or another venue in the city, the Bonner Springs Police Department and other agencies will be ready for action.
City, developer lock horns
Sides differ on events surrounding commercial development’s progress
June 14, 2001
The quarrel between the city of Basehor and developer David Scott has been going on since 1999, city officials said.