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Grube shoots 75, takes Sunflower title
April 10, 2002
During his golfing career, Basehor-Linwood junior John Grube has shot 70 a handful of times. So when Grube carded a 75 at last week’s Sunflower Hills Invitational, he didn’t think much of it.
Late payments haven’t had much effect
April 10, 2002
For the past three months, the Basehor-Linwood School District has received half of its monthly payment from the Kansas Department of Education.
Transportation committee to exam street improvements in Leavenworth County
April 10, 2002
A committee in charge of making street improvement recommendations should be organized and have its first meeting in May, Leavenworth County officials said.
Excise tax could be implemented in June
April 10, 2002
The Basehor City Council is expected to finalize a charter ordinance April 15 for the transportation excise tax voters approved earlier this month.
Linwood begins park construction
April 10, 2002
Although a completion date hasn’t been set, Linwood city officials are hoping construction of a new city park will be completed by the end of next year.
Commission settles with Camp Gaea
April 10, 2002
The Leavenworth County Commission and representatives from Camp Gaea have reached an agreement, allowing the controversial retreat center to reopen.
Identity theft cases rise across state, nation
April 10, 2002
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States, according to statistics. It effects just about everyone through rate increases, credit hikes or insurance fees.
Letters: Community rescues a piece of history
April 10, 2002
Renfro signs with Cards
April 10, 2002
Dan Renfro has always liked acting. During his years in school he has been in several plays and read a lot of scripts. Recently, Renfro’s ability to read another kind of script a football playbook earned him a college scholarship.
She’s got heart a healthy one
April 10, 2002
Basehor-Linwood senior pitcher Emily Hoffman got lucky shortly after she served up a meatball during the seventh inning of the Bobcats’ 5-0 loss to Santa Fe Trail on Tuesday, April 2.
Letter: Columnist makes false statements about Piper School Board scandal
April 10, 2002
Former teacher appears before Piper school board
April 10, 2002
Despite the problems she endured in the plagiarism scandal at Piper High School, former biology teacher Christine Pelton said she would lead a classroom again someday.