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Complex adds a retirement-living option
October 10, 2001
The recent completion of the Pebblebrooke Garden Apartments complex offers senior residents of Basehor another alternative in retirement living.
125th anniversary
October 10, 2001
Chile, soup on tap
October 10, 2001
A source of pride
October 10, 2001
The banquet was to honor police officers and firefighters who serve Basehor and Fairmount and Stranger townships.
Basehor gets a City Hall connection
October 10, 2001
The city of Basehor’s Web site is now up and available for anyone interested in learning more about their local government. The city’s Web site, named www.basehor.org, is designed to give residents more information about the city and to keep up with local events. It also helps residents looking for information about building codes, city meetings and other city business.
Basehor again wins state’s Pride award
October 10, 2001
For the seventh year in a row the city of Basehor has earned state recognition as a top community in Kansas.
Basehor library’s books sale will aid reading programs
October 10, 2001
Proceeds generated from an annual book sale at the Basehor Community Library are being counted on to help fund several adult and children’s reading programs.
Opinion: A show of support
October 10, 2001
Obit: Alberta Jean Riddle
October 10, 2001
Obit: Hobert Doyle Coon
October 10, 2001
Gasoline prices remain stable
October 10, 2001
Fears of widespread gasoline shortages experienced in some areas hours after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks did not repeat themselves after the United States launched retaliatory attacks Sunday.
Excise tax proposal limits impact on existing property
October 10, 2001
An excise tax that has met with public dissent over the past several months soon will be a topic of discussion for Basehor City Council members.
Basehor enrollment inches up
October 10, 2001
Fall enrollment figures indicate what Basehor-Linwood School Board members already know, that the school district could need an upgrade in facilities within the next several years.
Local voices speak of patriotism, resolve
October 10, 2001
While shoppers walk the aisles, the bank of televisions in the Wal-Mart store flash the latest news of U.S. warplanes attacking terrorist targets in Afghanistan. Students go to class, football games fill the Friday nights.
Local officials urge calm and caution in wake of attacks
October 10, 2001
At the Fort Leavenworth military base, security is tight and is going to stay that way. The Wyandotte and Leavenworth county courthouses are checking visitors at the door and local post offices are keeping an eye out for suspicious packages.
New attitude propels Bobcats to volleyball split at Perry
October 10, 2001
Tuesday night the Basehor-Linwood volleyball team went into its Kaw Valley triangular at Perry-Lecompton with a different attitude than usual. Instead of being scared to take on league-power Lansing High School, the Bobcats were pumped up.
Sunflower shift: KU, K-State trade places
October 10, 2001
Last week in college football there was a major shift in power. No, I’m not talking about the fact that Florida took the top spot from Miami in one of the major polls, I’m talking about a shift of power in the state of Kansas.
BLHS eager for Kaw Valley meet
October 10, 2001
Heading for the league cross country meet, Basehor-Linwood coach Kelly Brundgardt thinks her runners are peaking.
Basehor-Linwood dives into district optimistic
October 10, 2001
All season the Basehor-Linwood High School football team has focused on winning the Kaw Valley League.
Bobcats whipped by Wamego, 35-0
October 10, 2001
Basehor-Linwood tailback Matt Dukes doesn’t mince words about the Bobcats’ offensive performance after a second shutout in two weeks. “It’s ridiculous and we know that,” Dukes said after last week’s 35-0 loss at Wamego.