Archive for Wednesday, December 18, 2002

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New hideout opens in Linwood
December 18, 2002
Steven Campbell, owner of Fro’s Hideout in Linwood, spent the past six months renovating his new establishment.
Colleagues nominate fellow teachers for award
December 18, 2002
Two long-time Basehor-Linwood School District teachers have been nominated for a national education award.
City rescinds bid approval
Work session scheduled to discuss next options for sewer interceptor project
December 18, 2002
The Basehor City Council rescinded a bid offer to Miles Excavating for construction of the Kansas Highway 24/40 sewer interceptor project during its meeting Monday, Dec. 16.
District attorney:figure reaches as high as $30,000
Plea bargain offer now off the table
December 18, 2002
A former city of Basehor employee charged with stealing public funds could have cost the city as much as $30,000, prosecutors said Wednesday.
A Christmas Story
Pin Oak residents pool together to help neighbor with ALS
December 18, 2002
Decked in commercialism and steeped in shopping day hustle and bustle, the spirit of the Christmas season can sometimes be easily lost on many.
Lady ‘Cats’ win streak reaches three
December 18, 2002
Members of the Basehor-Linwood girls’ basketball team walked off the court with smiles on their faces following their win over Mill Valley.
Bobcats bust out
BLHS earns second win of season, matching last season’s total
December 18, 2002
Coaching the Basehor-Linwood boys’ basketball team may be hazardous to Bruce Courtney’s health.