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Cabinet Shop variance denied by Zoning Board
April 3, 2002
The Basehor Board of Zoning Appeals denied a variance request from the Cabinet Shop of Basehor Tuesday night during a public hearing. Cabinet Shop owner Donald Dyster was hoping to sell the property that formerly housed his business to Dany Foy of Construction Services. The building was destroyed by fire last May.
Community National Bank establishes temporary site
April 3, 2002
A temporary building for Community National Bank should be ready for business in the next three to four weeks, said Debbie Breuer, manager of the Basehor branch.
Piper board makes deal with district attorney
April 3, 2002
Piper School Board members apologized Tuesday for their handling of 28 students who were given failing grades for plagiarizing a classroom assignment and they admitted to “a technical and unintentional violation” of the state’s open meetings law.
Voters approve excise tax
Council to remove home improvements fee from the new charter
April 3, 2002
Basehor voters said yes to the city’s transportation excise tax Tuesday night, with more than 61 percent of voters approving of the levy.
Lady ‘Cats split in season opener
April 3, 2002
Entering the 2002 season, Basehor-Linwood softball coach Susan Mayberry was not sure what identity her team would have.
Bobcats open Curtis Press era with lopsided win over De Soto
April 3, 2002
For first-year coach Curtis Press, Basehor-Linwood’s 10-2 baseball triumph over De Soto in the season opener on Thursday, March 28, was a strike right down the middle.
Press at home in first game with Bobcats
April 3, 2002
Curtis Press has been a head baseball coach for a few years now. So even though last Thursday’s season-opener against De Soto was his first game with Basehor-Linwood High School, the basics seemed the same.
Local and national Tae Kwon Do competitors converge
April 3, 2002
Along the west wall of the Bonner Springs High School gymnasium on Saturday, March 30, several men and women wearing only white cotton suits with black cloth belts stood and waited holding, waving, wielding their weapon.
Engagement: Housh-Likes
April 3, 2002