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Hancock picks Blue Devils
March 6, 2002
Although she has yet to hit a round tripper in high school, Basehor-Linwood senior Lesley Hancock already has her eye on setting the Kansas City Kansas Community College home run record in softball.
Anatomy of a champion
March 6, 2002
Nearly two weeks after earning it, Matt Dukes’ state championship medal sits alone in his bedroom at home.
Local woman enjoys competitive horse riding
March 6, 2002
It’s not easy by any means, but Vickie White wouldn’t want to have it any other way.
Obit: Cooper Max Vaught
March 6, 2002
Benefit raises $9,100 for beauty shop owner
March 6, 2002
A benefit/auction for a Basehor woman that lost her business in a Dec. 15 fire reportedly raised more than $9,100.
Sketches of accused pharmacist gain local artist national exposure
March 6, 2002
A situation that began as an opportunity turned into national exposure for artist Kendra Barron, a Basehor resident and Kansas City Kansas Community College student.
Charter School students tke aim at tests
March 6, 2002
Educators and administrators will know next fall the quality of education at the Basehor-Linwood Virtual Charter School.
Excise tax public meetings scheduled
March 6, 2002
Basehor Mayor Bill Hooker said it’s important for people to know the facts before going to the polls April 2.
Lady ‘Cats end on sour note
March 6, 2002
Even if they had played a perfect game, the Basehor-Linwood Lady Bobcats would’ve probably lost to Spring Hill in second round sub-state action Thursday, Feb. 28.
Funding woes could mean tough choices for school district
March 6, 2002
Regardless of what decision the Kansas Legislature makes regarding education funding, local educators will have tough choices to make when planning for the next school year.