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Developments focus of council work session
Six developers submit preliminary plans
May 10, 2001
Existing and future developments were the main topics of discussion during a Basehor City Council work session Monday night.
Delawares, city meet about casino
May 10, 2001
Representatives from the Delaware Tribe of Indians and city of Basehor officials met last week to discuss the possibility of locating a casino and hotel near the city.
School bus hits car on 24/40 Highway
Lawrence woman killed in wreck
May 10, 2001
A Lawrence woman was killed in a two-car wreck Tuesday afternoon outside Basehor.
Bravettes shut out Lansing
May 10, 2001
A late victory streak could propel the Bonner Springs Bravettes softball team to a winning season. After a 3-0 win over Lansing on Monday, Bonner Springs stands at 6-9 for the year and will play five games on Thursday and Friday before entering regional play next Monday.
Regional play starts Monday
May 10, 2001
The spring season is now reaching its peak as the beginning of postseason is here.
Bat Men
Pitchers: Beware of the PowerCats!
May 10, 2001
Basehor-Linwood baseball hopes to use the long ball all the way to State.
Labor program provides help for city and working inmates
May 10, 2001
Although inmates from the Lansing Correctional Facility have been used for labor purposes in area communities for years, the idea of prisoners working in the city of Basehor is a relatively new one.
Whispers could face charges
May 10, 2001
Charges could be filed against Whispers Cabaret by the end of the week, Leavenworth County District Attorney Frank Kohl said. Whispers Cabaret allegedly violated a county resolution by allowing topless dancing within the building of Ma Belles, a bar on Kansas Highway 7 in Leavenworth, Kohl said.