Archive for Wednesday, March 20, 2002

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Soccer team anxious for second season
March 20, 2002
Maybe they’re not planning on winning state this year. They might not even be planning on making the state tournament. But give them a break. After all, it is just their second year of existence.
Bobcats open season at Bonner Springs
March 20, 2002
Rarely does something that happens in January have an effect on a high school softball season.
Deputies arrest three men in methamphetamine lab bust
March 20, 2002
Three men have been charged in connection to a methamphetamine lab sheriff’s deputies found during a search of a home near Basehor.
Students spruce up outdoor learning centers
March 20, 2002
The sun, combined with the soil and water, bring forth life each spring. Life that sometimes needs care and attention if it is to survive until the next spring.
Leavenworth County appraisals rise 9%
March 20, 2002
Leavenworth County residents saw an average increase of 9 percent on their assessed residential valuations from the previous year.
Committee hopes to keep teachers in Piper
March 20, 2002
A recently formed committee of parents and former students in the Piper School District are concerned with one thing retaining the teachers at the high school.
Kansas Supreme Court rules in favor of Leavenworth resident
March 20, 2002
The Kansas Supreme Court wasn’t ready to be the authority on the legal status of transsexuals, referring that decision to state legislators.
City to pitch excise tax to residents
March 20, 2002
Basehor city officials are urging the public to attend two meetings concerning the city’s transportation excise tax before voting on the issue April 2.
Salon owner requests rezoning for home business
March 20, 2002
Numerous residents attended the Basehor City Council meeting Monday in support of a owner who lost her business in a shopping center fire.
Letter: Council making progress
March 20, 2002