Archive for Wednesday, January 2, 2002

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BLHS manager goes beyond stereotype
January 2, 2002
It’s two hours prior to game time and Basehor-Linwood senior Ryan Reed is in the locker room.
Library program gains exposure
January 2, 2002
The Basehor Community Library will receive national recognition for its development of a teen library program.
Letter: Supporting the council’s decision
January 2, 2002
Opinion: America last in foreign aid
January 2, 2002
Engagement: Gushee - Hill
January 2, 2002
Obit: Laura Mae Graves
January 2, 2002
Obit: Clarence Wesley McMechan Jr.
January 2, 2002
City projects scheduled for ‘02
January 2, 2002
The completion of a proposed sewer interceptor line will be the largest project for the city of Basehor in 2002.
Former mayor reaps headlines in 2001
January 2, 2002
While the New Year promises to be just as eventful as the previous one, 2001 saw several major stories unfold in the Basehor and Leavenworth County area.
State plans to fix 24/40 intersection
January 2, 2002
Officials from the Kansas Department of Transportation said two green arrow lights at the intersection of 155th Street and State Avenue should be operational by the end of the week.
Parlor back in business after fire
January 2, 2002
At least one business is going back to doing what it does best making pizzas after a fire caused it to close for nearly a week.
Artist uses today’s art to tell of Native American past
January 2, 2002
Art to David Earl Norris is a matter of the heart.