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Opinion: These are my Rooneys
December 4, 2003
Following the Chiefs game Sunday afternoon, I drifted off peacefully for a little nap.
Bobcats born to run
Basehor-Linwood gets set to turn up the tempo
December 4, 2003
A large plastic garbage can sat in the middle of the floor of Basehor-Linwood practice gym last week, a silent challenge to the group of girls gasping for air on the baseline.
Free tickets available for concert
December 4, 2003
Free tickets are still available for a Christmas concert scheduled for Dec. 14 in Basehor.
Traffic study required of Maples subdivision
December 4, 2003
The question is, can Poplar Street handle the traffic?
City Council reaches tentative decision for next phase of highway interceptor line
December 4, 2003
During a work session Monday, Dec. 1, the Basehor City Council reached a tentative decision to pursue a $1.4 million option for the third leg of the U.S. Highway 24/40 sewer interceptor line.
Hearing continued for truck’s driver
December 4, 2003
A court appearance for a man involved in a wreck that claimed the life of a Basehor man was continued Wednesday, Nov. 26 in Leavenworth County District Court.
Girls face charges, suspension in Nov. 11 Basehor bomb hoax
December 4, 2003
Two Basehor-Linwood High School students have been charged in Leavenworth County juvenile court with aggravated criminal threat in connection with a bomb threat three weeks ago at their school.
Zoning appeals board OK’s firefighters’ plan
December 4, 2003
Basehor The Basehor Board of Zoning Appeals approved a variance request submitted by the Fairmount Township Fire Department during its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 2.
Audit shows ways to trim school district energy cost
December 4, 2003
A preliminary energy audit of schools in the Basehor-Linwood School District determined there were ways to save on utility costs. Just how much cost could be trimmed will be determined upon the completion of a detailed audit, school officials said.
Honey Creek Farms plan is approved
December 4, 2003
By unanimous vote, the Basehor Planning Commission approved, 6-0, the final development plan and plat for the Honey Creek Farms development Tuesday, Dec. 2.
At last, Pearl Harbor victim coming home
December 4, 2003
In 1940, a time when a pair of brown shoes cost $7.50 and a wool suit went for $39, a lean young man from Missouri went to enlist in the United States Navy. Before he was allowed to, officers told him a loose front tooth had to go.