Archive for Thursday, May 3, 2001

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Bobcats’ Reed fires no-hitter
May 3, 2001
On a stat sheet, five runs in four games may earn you one win if your lucky.
Lady Bobcat soccer still moving forward
May 3, 2001
Even amidst a four-game losing streak, Basehor-Linwood head soccer coach Lane Davis is as calm as can be.
Local man ordered to stand trial in drug case
May 3, 2001
A judge dismissed two drug-related charges Monday against a local man who will stand trial in connection to an alleged methamphetamine lab found in his residence.
Development receives approval
May 3, 2001
The Basehor Planning Commission approved the master development plan and preliminary plat for the Falcon Lakes subdivision on Tuesday at Basehor City Hall.
A slice of pie, contentment
May 3, 2001
I meant to work that afternoon; I really did. But it was my birthday so what the hey. I spent two hours in the office and took off like a cat out of the litter box.
Bravettes softball gets offense rolling over Atchison
May 3, 2001
The Bonner Springs Bravettes scored two Huron League victories over Atchison, 11-2, 8-3, on Monday and will compete in the 15th Annual Turner Invitational on Friday.
Boy charged with making school threat
May 3, 2001
A Basehor-Linwood High School student has been charged in Leavenworth County District Court with making a criminal threat stemming from a message written on a school bathroom stall last month.
Rise in gas prices causes concern among businesses
May 3, 2001
With gas prices expected to rise for the second straight year this summer, some local businesses are feeling the crunch.