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Bobcats led by experience and talent
November 28, 2001
Last season, the Basehor-Linwood High School girls basketball team was one-dimensional. The Bobcats’ basic offense in 2000 consisted of pounding the ball down low to Jackie Horn and letting her go to work. Horn’s gone this season though and now coach Mardy Robinson is looking for a way to replace her presence. So far, Robinson thinks she’s found it.
Basehor-Linwood boys team eager to get started with new coach, new lineup
November 28, 2001
Call it starting over again.
Basehor-Linwood junior thinks basketball all year round
November 28, 2001
Even though Brandon Dye was busy with football practice every afternoon this fall, the Basehor-Linwood junior always had basketball on his mind.
Tour of local tree farm gives students chance to learn and have fun
November 28, 2001
On Friday, Nov. 16, students and teachers from Stepping Stones Day Care Center toured the tree farm, many of them peering up at the tall pine trees.
Obit: Lloyd D. Croft Sr.
November 28, 2001
Tree farm remains staple of community
November 28, 2001
With the Christmas shopping season fully under way, Basehor residents need look no further than their own backyard when picking out a tree.
Gold PRIDE to sell local cookbooks
November 28, 2001
Just in time for those holiday get-togethers, members of Basehor Gold PRIDE have been busy putting the finishing touches on the organization’s cookbooks.
Council to make decision on excise tax proposal
November 28, 2001
After months of debating whether it was the right course of action, the Basehor City Council is set to determine the fate of a proposed transportation excise tax.
Retreat center files lawsuit against county
November 28, 2001
Operators of a controversial camp in western Leavenworth County filed a lawsuit Monday, Nov. 26, asking a district judge to reverse a recent Leavenworth County Commission decision that ultimately denied them a permit to operate.
Lions Club has annual Christmas roar
November 28, 2001
A 12-foot ladder strung with a strand of Christmas lights wasn’t really what Basehor Lions Club member Howard Jones had in mind for a Christmas celebration, but it served its purpose just as well. “It’s not quite as fancy of decorations,” Jones said.