Archive for Thursday, May 31, 2001

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BLHS athletes to play in All-Star contests
May 31, 2001
The high school sports season may be over, but four Basehor-Linwood senior athletes will still be able to showcase their skills next week.
A Tonganoxie couple made their first appearance in court Wednesday, May 30, on charges of running a marijuana-growing operation.
Sheriff’s deputies find 700 marijuana plants
May 31, 2001
A Tonganoxie couple made their first appearance in court Wednesday, May 30, on charges of running a marijuana-growing operation.
Shari Lynn Shingleton
May 31, 2001
Services for Shari L. Shingleton, 53, Edwardsville, are May 31, at the Alden-Harrington Chapel, Bonner Springs. She was cremated.
Richard M. Moser
May 31, 2001
Services for Richard Moser, 63, Salina, were May 30, at the United Methodist Church, Marysville, Kan. Burial was in Marysville Cemetery, Marysville.
Daniel W. Chaline
May 31, 2001
Services for Daniel Warren Chaline, 38, Osawatomie, were Saturday, May 26, at Faith Builders International Church in De Soto. Military graveside services were at De Soto Cemetery.
Charles A. Moore
May 31, 2001
Services for Charles Moore, 78, Tonganoxie, were May 30, at the United Methodist Church, Tonganoxie. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery, Basehor.
Eleanor G. Tierney
May 31, 2001
Services for Eleanor Tierney, 89, Tonganoxie, were May 30, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Tonganoxie. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery, North Kansas City, Mo.
Volunteers clean up library following fire
One building destroyed, others survive downtown fire
May 31, 2001
Despite being six inches away from a fire that destroyed a building more than 100 years old, the Basehor Community Library is still standing. And thanks to a community wide effort, the library will be back in shape in no time. A fire started about 5 p.m., Friday May 25, at The Cabinet Shop of Basehor, located next door to the library.
Couple struggles to open business
City and developer in a dispute over development
May 31, 2001
A struggle between Basehor city officials and a local developer has led one business to consider opening without the proper authorization from the city.
Norman B. Hjersted
May 31, 2001
Memorial services for Norman Bernard Hjersted, 78, rural Linwood, were Saturday, May 5. Burial was May 6 on his farm.
Slinkard-Greer
May 31, 2001
Don and Renee Slinkard, Bonner Springs, announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa J. Slinkard, to Shawn T. Greer, son of Stanley and Janice Greer, Basehor.
Celebration honors local veterans
May 31, 2001
As part of the Memorial Day celebration, several Leavenworth County organizations pooled their resources together to host ceremonies at the Leavenworth National Cemetery.
Law enforcement prepares for race weekend traffic
May 31, 2001
Traffic control for the first race weekend at the Kansas Speedway can be considered a practice lap, Kansas Highway Patrol officials said. At a recent meeting between Kansas Highway Patrol officials and police officers from Basehor, Bonner Springs, Edwardsville, Lansing and Tonganoxie, highway patrol officials said the first race will be a tuneup for bigger races later this summer.
Harold A. Lewis
May 31, 2001
Services for Harold Lewis, 78, Baldwin City, were May 30, at RLDS Church, Bonner Springs.
State quest ends quietly for Dukes
May 31, 2001
Excitement, nervousness and disappointment all came to Katie Dukes in about a thirty-minute span Friday.