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Bobcats flat in finale
October 17, 2001
To say the Bobcats weren’t ready to play would be an understatement. To say why would be almost impossible, but that was the case Tuesday, Oct. 16, when Basehor-Linwood traveled to Olathe South for its final regular season volleyball meet of the season
Bobcats playing best at end of season
October 17, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood soccer team welcomed the end of its most difficult week of the season recently with a hard-fought loss, 3-2, to Immaculata on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
BLHS season ends at KVL cross country meet
October 17, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood girls cross country team competed as a full squad for the first time this season at the Oct. 11th Kaw Valley League meet in Leavenworth, and although the squad only finished 7th, the Bobcats were pleased with the results.
BLMS’s Tom Cooper is hanging up the clipboard
October 17, 2001
In his 18 seasons at Basehor-Linwood Middle School, eighth-grade football coach Tom Cooper has set a lot of records. Since he is the only coach the school has ever known, that’s not too surprising, but on the brink of his retirement, Cooper felt like setting one final record. Unfortunately, it’s not the kind of record he was shooting for.
Bobcats return home for Kaw Valley clash with Tonganoxie
October 17, 2001
Welcome home, Bobcats.
BLHS defense, late touchdown key 21-14 win
October 17, 2001
Basehor-Linwood’s 21-14 victory over Lansing on Friday, Oct. 12, actually began on Monday, Oct. 8.
City schedules hearings for proposed programs
October 17, 2001
The Basehor City Council came another step closer to approving two new city programs that would be implemented in 2002. During the City Council meeting Monday, Oct. 15, the council scheduled public hearings concerning a neighborhood revitalization program and a transportation excise tax.
Opinion: An attack on America’s psyche
October 17, 2001
Local charities stay strong
October 17, 2001
With hundreds of millions of dollars already donated to national relief agencies for efforts with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, that leaves many smaller, local charities with one burning question: Is there enough money to go around? It appears, at least for now the answer is yes.
Regulations on tattoos may hamper blood donors
October 17, 2001
In the hours following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, thousands of people across the country rolled up their sleeves to help in the best way they knew how by donating blood.
Anthrax scare comes close to home
October 17, 2001
As military efforts continue in Afghanistan, the threat of bioterrorism lingers in the mind of the American public.
Obit: Betty J. Dub
October 17, 2001
Births: Alexis Suzanne Kutch
October 17, 2001
Births: Benjamin and Emily Brandt
October 17, 2001
School enrollment decreases in district
October 17, 2001
Although enrollment figures indicate a slight increase in 2001compared with 2000, the majority of schools in the Basehor-Linwood School District have declined in enrollment.