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Commission considers regulations for exotic pets
September 12, 2001
Two recent attacks on people by exotic animals have prompted the Leavenworth County Commission to explore a resolution that regulates the possession and ownership of the animals.
Basehor-Linwood soccer team rarely scores, wins often
September 12, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood High School soccer team had a two-game stretch that spanned where it did not score for nearly 200 minutes of play. But in the 199th minute of their game against Piper Thursday, Sept. 6, the Bobcats broke through and got to the net.
Braves awaiting word from Kaw Valley League on admittance
September 12, 2001
Bonner Springs High School has still not heard whether it will become the newest member of the Kaw Valley League and according to KVL president Al Ferrell, principal at Perry-Lecompton High School, the Braves will have to wait until Wednesday, Sept. 19, for the official word.
Bobcats grounded by Pintos, 42-7
September 12, 2001
Both Basehor-Linwood High School and California High School handed out compliments after their football game Saturday, Sept. 8.
Basehor library promoting library cards
September 12, 2001
As part of Library Card Sign-Up Month, the Basehor Community Library is trying to persuade all area residents to get a library card in the month of September.
Opinions: excerpts from editorials in newspapers about Tuesday’s attacks on the United States.
September 12, 2001
Emgagement: Shields-Laffoon
September 12, 2001
Anniversary: Palmer
September 12, 2001
Obit: Sidney W. Peacocke
September 12, 2001
Basehor youth dies in car wreck
September 12, 2001
A 16-year-old Basehor boy who had been missing for two days was found dead Monday, Sept. 10, in a field adjacent to Parallel Parkway near 164th Street.
Local investors await attack’s financial effects
September 12, 2001
One Basehor resident can understand the amount of destruction caused by a terrorist attack on Tuesday, Sept.11, and awaits for the financial outcome with the loss of the World Trade Center in New York. Basehor City Council member Julian Espinoza, a partner of the Personal Investment Group of Olathe, a branch office of SunAmerica Securities, attended training sessions at the World Trade Center in January.
Attack causes brief gas shortage fear
September 12, 2001
Daniel McDonald never expected to find long lines when he went to fill his car with gasoline Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Local authorities take precautions following attack
September 12, 2001
As the American public woke up Tuesday morning to the broadcast of the most heinous attack on United States soil since Pearl Harbor, precautions were being undertaken by several local agencies.
Obit: Donald Gene Graham
September 12, 2001
Obit: Ryan J. Belsner
September 12, 2001
BLHS ready for Kaw Valley League opener
September 12, 2001
It might seem odd for a football coach whose team sits on the wrong end of 18-7 and 42-7 losses to say that his team is actually ahead of where they were last year, but that’s exactly what Basehor-Linwood High School coach Paul Brown is saying.