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Three Bobcats earn KVL honors
Millison becomes first Basehor-Linwood player named to first team
November 13, 2002
The improvements Basehor-Linwood soccer has made in its three years of existence are evident in this year’s all-Kaw Valley League team.
Letter: Searching for information
November 13, 2002
Four killed in wreck north of Leavenworth
Two-year old girl loses parents, older sister in accident
November 13, 2002
A 2-year old Easton girl was the sole survivor of a wreck that killed her parents, older sister and the driver of a second vehicle this week in Leavenworth County.
District begins search for next superintenden
November 13, 2002
Basehor-Linwood School District officials said there are at least 16 people interested in the superintendent’s job, which will be vacated at the end of the school year.
Bench warrant issued for Basehor man accused of firing handgun in city
Two men charged in attacking coach plead not guilty
November 13, 2002
A Basehor man charged with firing a handgun in the city, failed to appear at his arraignment hearing Monday, Nov. 12, in Basehor Municipal Court.
School Board considers lower graduation requirements at VCS
November 13, 2002
The Basehor-Linwood School Board will consider next month whether to lower the required credits for graduating students at the district’s Virtual Charter School.
November 13, 2002
Sports are no longer just a pasttime in the United States. Instead, athletics have become a multimillion-dollar enterprise, and those who are good enough to reach the pinnacle are financially set for life.
Letter: Editor wrong about mayor’s powers
November 13, 2002
Call to the wild: refuge treats injured animals
November 13, 2002
Diane Johnson, the coordinator of Operation Wildlife, an animal refuge located west of Linwood, said her operation was one of the “best kept secrets in Kansas.”