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Verbenec a Conquistador
February 13, 2002
At 6-foot, 150 pounds, Basehor-Linwood quarterback Nick Verbenec was looking for a school that would let him play quarterback.
Students compete at county spelling bee
February 13, 2002
Two Glenwood Ridge Elementary School students participated in the Leavenworth County spelling bee Feb. 11.
Treff Tax Service open for business
February 13, 2002
Taxes wait for no one.
Excise tax vote could come in March, early April
February 13, 2002
A public vote on the city’s transportation excise tax could happen at the end of March or the first of April, Basehor city officials said.
GRE’s Lynn wins state teaching award
February 13, 2002
Glenwood Ridge Elementary School teacher Linda Lynn has won the National Citizenship Education Teacher Post Award in the elementary division at the state level.
Business looks to rebuild Cabinet Shop
February 13, 2002
Basehor City Council members on Monday will be asked to consider a proposal that would save what remains of a business that burned last May.
Former singles find bonds of love on Valentine’s Day
February 13, 2002
Some people say those who join singles groups to find a date are desperate. Others say the matches made there will never last. Those people obviously haven’t met Marilyn and Dick Laverentz. “Well, 16 years, I guess that’s quite a while,” Dick said.
Bobcats eye State berths
February 13, 2002
Basehor-Linwood High School is kind of getting used to this tournament thing.
BLHS stays on wild ride
February 13, 2002
What started with a first-quarter explosion by sophomore Katie Burchfield ended with a come-from-behind win sealed by Burchfield’s three-point play.
Gray’s return sparks Bobcats
February 13, 2002
During the fourth quarter of Basehor-Linwood’s 63-59 loss to Perry-Lecompton Tuesday, Feb. 12, BLHS senior forward Ron Gray went up for a rebound and was slammed to the ground. It didn’t seem to bother him, though.
Piper scandal receives attention
February 13, 2002
While educators in the Basehor-Linwood School District said cheating and plagiarism are not significant problems in the school district, administrators are taking precautions nonetheless.