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Bobcats open with 0-2 road trip
December 11, 2003
Basehor-Linwood boys basketball coach Bruce Courtney got the balance he was looking for on Friday night, with 11 players seeing significant minutes and nine of them scoring.
Lady ‘Cats grounded
BLHS girls fall to 0-2; point guard injured again
December 11, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood girls basketball team tried to get out and run against Clay Center on Friday. It was obvious that they wanted to, and they showed flashes of the up-tempo style coach Mardy Robinson has preached. But every time the Bobcats got going, the guys in the striped shirts seemed intent on slowing things down.
Case against truck’s driver set for trial in district court
December 11, 2003
The alleged second driver in a October fatality accident will stand trial next month in Leavenworth County District Court for previous traffic citations he received in Basehor.
Public meets library’s architecture firm
December 11, 2003
The architects selected to design a proposed new Basehor Community Library met the public for the first time Tuesday night at HolyField Winery in Basehor.
Single family housing numbers down
December 11, 2003
When new home construction numbers are finalized for 2003, they will reveal fewer single-family homes built this year in Basehor than last year.
But they’ll take it
They hoped for more but city, Falcon Lakes pleased
December 11, 2003
After months of debate among developers, city officials and transportation representatives, the Kansas Department of Transportation has softened its previous stance and decided to reopen Falcon Lakes Parkway.
Funding formula rests with Legislature
December 11, 2003
In the same county that bore the monumental education case Brown v. Board of Education, 49 years later comes a decision with potentially similar ripple effects for schools.
Concert a free holiday gift to Basehor
December 11, 2003
If you’re a music fan allergic to postage or possessed by a phobia of paper cuts fear not because you’ll be allowed admittance to a free Christmas concert in Basehor without mailing off for tickets.
Audit shows way to save $40,000
December 11, 2003
A preliminary energy audit of schools in the Basehor-Linwood School District determined the district could save approximately $40,000 per year in utility bills.
School district boosters ‘rejuvenate’ foundation
December 11, 2003
After years of relative inactivity, the Basehor-Linwood Education Foundation is up and running this year, said Joe Perry, chairman of the foundation’s advisory committee.
Basehor Council approves liquor licenses
December 11, 2003
Basehor residents still aren’t able to purchase alcohol in Basehor on Sundays, but for the six other days during the week, they’ll have plenty of options.
Letter: Thanks for dinner
December 11, 2003
Opinion: B.C.S.
December 11, 2003