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Year-round school would impact athletics
August 7, 2003
Although any action appears to be far off, the Basehor-Linwood School District has already begun looking at possible plans to accommodate a potential overcrowding problem that may develop within the district in the next few years.
Opinion: Falcon Lakes a hidden gem
August 7, 2003
A few weeks ago, I made a trip south to Miami, Fla., for some vacationing and my best friend’s wedding. Don’t think for a second my golf clubs didn’t make the trip with me.
Cats serve up season with new coach
August 7, 2003
For the returning varsity members of the Basehor-Linwood volleyball team, the upcoming season will see a new face at the helm.
Board concerned about vandalism
August 7, 2003
Since summer vacation began in May, vandals have damaged numerous Basehor -Linwood School District buildings, facilities and equipment. Total damage estimates range between $4,500 and $6,000, school officials said.
Basehor-Linwood school board looking to fill vacancy
August 7, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood School Board will begin the process of filling a vacant position during its meeting Monday, Aug. 18.
School officials keeping a sharp eye on expenses
August 7, 2003
This year’s budget won’t be severely impacted by a shift in the state’s payment schedule to Kansas school districts. But, Basehor-Linwood School District officials are keeping a sharp eye on the situation nonetheless.
City Council work session has many topics
August 7, 2003
The Basehor City Council scheduled a work session at 8 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 7 with topics ranging from the 2004 budget to the long-term future development of the city.
Basehor Plaza passes first city approval
August 7, 2003
The Basehor Planning Commission unanimously approved the first phase of a commercial and residential development during its meeting Tuesday, Aug. 5. The approval is pending the completion of eight adjustments developers must make before final plat approval, planning commission members said.
Leadership class accepting applications
August 7, 2003
The Southern Leavenworth County Leadership Development class is accepting applications for its 2003-2004 classes. This is the 14th year of the program, which has graduated 180 students from the Basehor, Tonganoxie, Linwood and Lansing areas.
Drought intensifies in Leavenworth County
August 7, 2003
State and county officials agree that drought conditions are getting worse for Leavenworth County, especially after the hot, dry weather in July.