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Bobcats win Kaw Valley title with second straight shutout
October 31, 2001
With the game in hand for the Bobcats late in the fourth quarter and most of Basehor-Linwood’s starting defense on the sidelines, the Piper Pirates began to move the ball and started knocking on the door to score.
Seasons changing in high school sports world
October 31, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood High School football team’s loss in the first round of the playoffs on Tuesday, Oct. 30, marked the end of the fall sports season at both area high schools.
Basehor-Linwood High School’s No. 1 fan
October 31, 2001
When Heath Williamson walks into the gym, he leaves no doubt as to why he is there. He’s not suited up in a basketball uniform. He doesn’t wear knee pads to play volleyball and he’s not wearing any shoulder pads making him a dead giveaway for a football player.
School Board inspects schools
October 31, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood School Board completed a tour of district schools on Monday, Oct. 29.
Basehor-Linwood students meeting state averages
October 31, 2001
Recent assessment test results indicate students in the Basehor-Linwood School District scored at or above the state average in four core subjects.
Gymnastics studio finds Tonganoxie location
October 31, 2001
After a commercial property dispute in Basehor that lasted several months, a local couple has finally found a home for their business. John and Gail Innis, owners of the All About Dreams gymnastics studio has relocated to a building Tonganoxie, 18985 178th St.
County Commission approves rezoning for power plant
October 31, 2001
The Leavenworth County Commissioners lent another inviting hand to the Duke Energy Corporation when they approved rezoning for a site where a power plant could locate.
Letter: Student says school censors school newspaper
October 31, 2001
Letter: Nettleton doesn’t need underground powerlines
October 31, 2001
Letter: Dispute continues between school and student publication
October 31, 2001
Camp officials to seek court intervention
October 31, 2001
Citing First Amendment violations, representatives of a controversial retreat center will file an injunction in United States Federal Court against Leavenworth County within the next 30 days.
Bobcats fall short in first round
October 31, 2001
You wouldn’t think that a team could look so disappointed when receiving a trophy, but that’s exactly what the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats were Tuesday, Oct. 30, as they accepted their trophy as bi-district runners up at Eudora High School.
Cabinet shop demolition nears council approval
October 31, 2001
The Basehor City Council is close to finalizing an agreement that would ensure the demolition of a downtown building.
Mayor stops burglary at resident’s home
October 31, 2001
As the mayor of Basehor, Bill Hooker has many responsibilities. And now it seems that crime fighter has become one of them.
Debate over censorship causes students to speak out
October 31, 2001
Administrators say actions don’t violate constitutional laws