Archive for Wednesday, April 17, 2002

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Millison hoping to score overseas adventure
April 17, 2002
For Basehor-Linwood High School junior Charles Millison only one thing stands between him and his dream. That one thing is the $3,000 that Millison is hoping to raise by July 1.
Lady ‘Cats lacking leadership
April 17, 2002
When the Basehor-Linwoood High School softball team hosted Lansing last week for a Kaw Valley League doubleheader, BLHS coach Susan Mayberry saw something she’s gotten used to this season.
Long ball leads Bobcats past Braves
April 17, 2002
Shortly after the Bonner Springs baseball team got to Basehor-Linwood starter Chris Maleta for two runs in the top of the first inning, BLHS coach Curtis Press told his team, “today’s going to be a hitter’s day let’s go out there and hit.”
Sheriff’s deputies bust saloon
April 17, 2002
Leavenworth County sheriff’s deputies on Friday broke up what they described as an open saloon that was operating northeast of Leavenworth.
City officials want to renovate Cabinet Shop building
April 17, 2002
It’s clear some city officials want the building that formerly housed the Cabinet Shop of Basehor renovated for occupation.
Sonic looks to grow with Basehor, Tonganoxie
April 17, 2002
Sonic Drive-In is looking for sites east of Tonganoxie, and Basehor is on the fast-food restaurant’s list.
Obit: Donald Gene Clark
April 17, 2002
Obit: C.A.“Swede” Pruesser
April 17, 2002
Original city library still standing
April 17, 2002
Should the Basehor Community Library relocate, the new building would be the third library in Basehor history, according to records.
New travel center breaks ground at track
April 17, 2002
Officials broke ground Tuesday on the newest addition to the Kansas Speedway and Tourism District in hopes of generating more tourism dollars in the area.
County, Camp Gaea complete settlement
April 17, 2002
A Leavenworth County District Court Judge finalized an agreement this week concerning Camp Gaea, a controversial retreat center 10 miles north of Tonganoxie.
City Council delays finalizing excise tax
April 17, 2002
Expected to be finalized by the Basehor City Council this month, the recently approved transportation excise tax was tabled Monday so council members could further discuss the new levy.
Tutoring program a success at GRE
April 17, 2002
More than a dozen Glenwood Ridge Elementary School students sat quietly Tuesday, April 16, in the school’s library while receiving one-on-one tutoring.
Community library books deal for new site
April 17, 2002
Since its inception in March 1985, the Basehor Community Library has been downtown.
School Board contemplates changing
April 17, 2002
What’s in a name?
Obit: Ivan Lee “Buster” Owens
April 17, 2002