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Espinoza seeks first election to retain seat on City Council
March 22, 2001
Basehor City Council member Julian Espinoza said he is not running for re-election April 3.
Bobcats thrive after changes
March 22, 2001
Change trickled down everywhere before the season began, but a fire burned within the Basehor-Linwood boys’ basketball program. Moving into a new facility, while making a surprise coaching change by firing longtime head coach Don Mills added fuel to the fire.
City Council annexes Falcon Lakes
March 22, 2001
The Basehor City Council approved the annexation of the proposed Falcon Lakes development during its monthly meeting Monday at Basehor City Hall.
Population increases with census
Basehor has the highest percentage of growth
March 22, 2001
Basehor showed the highest percentage increase in population between the 1990 census and 2000 census in the tri-city area, according to new census figures.
Pfannenstiel trial hinges on tapes
Defense questions the quality and veracity of tape allegedly containing sexual encounter
March 22, 2001
Audio tapes recording the alleged sexual activity and related conversations between John Pfannenstiel and a Lansing inmate under his guard have become one of the main focuses of Pfannenstiel’s trial this week.
Bravettes had record-setting winning season
March 22, 2001
The goal was 14 victories.