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Basehor-Linwood growing up
February 1, 2002
Last time Basehor-Linwood played Piper, the Bobcats were nothing more than a group of wide-eyed, inexperienced basketball players. That contest took place on Dec. 7, and after hanging around for a while, the Bobcats were dealt a 52-32 loss.
Lady ‘Cats delayed by bad weather
February 1, 2002
After nearly two weeks off, the Basehor-Linwood girls basketball team was excited about getting back on to the hardwood. Then the weather hit.
Basehor students learn to rope and wrangle on Kansas Day
February 1, 2002
More than 60 Basehor Elementary School students helped celebrate the state of Kansas’s 141st birthday Jan. 29.
Dogs help with counseling at schools
February 1, 2002
Using dogs in counseling sessions with students was once unique but now it is standard practice at the three Basehor-Linwood School District elementary schools.
Energy prices drop; school districts, governments save
February 1, 2002
Although the weather has brought cold temperatures recently, several local school districts are spending less on utility bills this year thanks in part to a mild winter.
City housing permits rise in 2001
February 1, 2002
Rooftops in the Basehor skyline have increased in the last year. Recent figures indicate the city of Basehor issued 10 more building permits in 2001 than it did in 2000.
Owners seek city’s help to rebuild
February 1, 2002
Owners of the Basehor shopping center that was damaged in a fire are seeking assistance from the city in the rebuilding process.
Dukes named MVP at Garden City
February 1, 2002
In his four years at Basehor-Linwood High School, Matt Dukes has won a lot. He has won several tournaments. He has won even more individual matches and last year he finished second in the state at 145 pounds.
Residents file petition against new excise tax
February 1, 2002
Basehor residents have filed a petition with the county in hopes of defeating a City Council-approved transportation excise tax through a public vote.