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Courtney kicks off first season with tryouts
November 14, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood High School boys basketball team kicked off its season on Monday, Nov. 12, with three days of tryouts.
Renovation plans slowed, officials continue process
November 14, 2001
Although a recent meeting with designers was cancelled, plans for renovation of the Leavenworth County Courthouse are still under way. The Leavenworth County Commission was scheduled recently to meet with the architectural firm, Shaughnessy, Fickel and Scott, regarding the renovations, but the meeting was cancelled.
Elementary school celebrates accomplishments
November 14, 2001
As part of National Education Week, students at Basehor Elementary School will participate in numerous activities to salute their school. “We are celebrating all week long and everyday we have something different going on,” BES Principal Teri Holmes said.
Local author entertains guests at presentation
November 14, 2001
The city of Basehor may not seem like a wine and cheese kind of place but that’s exactly what visitors got at a recent presentation by a local author.
Leavenworth County offers flu shots Nov. 28
November 14, 2001
With anthrax scares popping up every day across the country, health officials are advising everyone to get a flu shot. Yes, a flu shot.
Letter: Say a prayer for service men, women
November 14, 2001
Letter: It’s great to hear good news about our youth
November 14, 2001
Obit: Thomas Edgar Morasch
November 14, 2001
Obit: Grace D. Bridges
November 14, 2001
Council to approve construction of new shelter
November 14, 2001
A proposed project at a city park is expected to gain approval by the Basehor City Council at its next meeting, city officials said.
Fire Department receives high inspection rating
November 14, 2001
Results from a recent inspection indicate the Fairmount Township Fire Department is performing at a high level.
Goens out as fire chief
November 14, 2001
As of last week, Alan Goens is no longer the fire chief of the Fairmount Township Fire Department.
Students decorate wall in remembrance of veterans
November 14, 2001
Dozens of pictures, ranging from the grainy black and white of years past to modern, bright and elliptical color, depicting those who served in time of war and peace, currently litter a wall at the Basehor Elementary School.
Hepatitis scare proves less threatening
November 14, 2001
Administrators at Basehor-Linwood High School were relieved to learn that a situation once thought to be a potential health risk, was nothing more than a case of miscommunication.