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Lady ‘Cats climb above .500
January 16, 2002
After their 39-33 victory over De Soto on Friday, Jan. 11, the Basehor-Linwood girls basketball team was sitting in uncharted water. For the first time this season, the Bobcats had climbed above the .500 mark.
Bobcats, Lady ‘Cats upended at tourney
January 16, 2002
While the end result was the same for both, the Basehor-Linwood High School basketball teams reached their destination in very different ways at the opening round of the Bobcat Invitational basketball tournament Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Bobcat Invitational
A look at the first round of the Bobcat Invitational hoops tournament
January 16, 2002
The semifinals of the 2002 Bobcat Invitational Basketball Tournament are scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 17, but before we move forward, here’s a look at how each of the teams advanced through the first round of the tournament.
Dukes, Gillett grab third at Bobcat Classic
January 16, 2002
Matt Dukes’ past winning streak and Matt Gillett’s good performance were not enough to help the Basehor-Linwood wrestling team finish higher than 16th place this last weekend at the Bobcat Classic.
Opinion: Graves made the right decision
Legislators should follow suit
January 16, 2002
Birth: Caitlin Patricia Swope
January 16, 2002
Prairie Gardens hearing continues
January 16, 2002
The Basehor Planning Commission has continued a public hearing concerning the approval of the Prairie Gardens housing development’s master plan.
Building owners seek relief from excise tax
January 16, 2002
The owners’ plans to rebuild a Basehor shopping center damaged by fire Dec. 15 have city officials reevaluating the city’s transportation tax ordinance.
Commission to redraw districts
January 16, 2002
Substantial growth in the southern portion of the county is forcing the Leavenworth County Commission to make changes to the county’s three voting districts.
Sheriff’s Department deputy charged with possession of stolen property
January 16, 2002
Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department deputy Adam Abramovitz has been charged in connection to stolen construction equipment found on his property.
Graduation numbers decrease slightly
January 16, 2002
While the graduation rate for the Basehor-Linwood School District fell nearly two percentage points from last year, the school district is still above the state average, according to statistics recently released by the Kansas Department of Education.
Graves outlines spending
Education cuts held in check
January 16, 2002
Gov. Bill Graves on Monday called for an increase in state sales, cigarette and motor-fuels taxes to offset a slumping economy and escalating health-care costs for poor, disabled and elderly Kansans. Democratic legislative leaders said the proposal proved Graves mismanaged previous years of plenty, while conservative Republicans criticized the governor for trying to increase taxes during the current economic slowdown.
Bobcats Win
Basehor-Linwood holds on to knock off De Soto for its first win of the season
January 16, 2002
It didn’t take anybody on the Basehor-Linwood boys basketball team more than two words to describe their feelings after the Bobcats won their first game of the season Friday, Jan. 11 at De Soto. “Finally,” quipped junior point guard John Grube with a smile that stretched from ear to ear.