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Early going rough for BLHS hoops squads
December 31, 2003
Five games into the boys basketball season things aren’t going quite as coach Bruce Courtney and his players had hoped. The Bobcats have shown flashes of great play on both offense and defense, but they have yet to put both together for 32 minutes and earn a victory.
Cool veterans
BLHS seniors Garyn Gorup and Alex Jeannin are finally kings of the court
December 31, 2003
In terms of style, Alex Jeannin and Garyn Gorup couldn’t be much more different on the basketball court.
Library circulation figures on the rise
December 31, 2003
Whether it was best sellers like “The Da Vinci Code” or “Mystic River” or perhaps classics such as “The Great Gatsby,” books from the Basehor Community Library flew off the shelves at a record-setting pace in 2003.
Youth group, award, top list of PRIDE achievements in 2003
December 31, 2003
The restoration of its youth group and a state award are at the center of noteworthy achievements for the Basehor PRIDE organization in 2003, PRIDE spokesman Chuck Wilderson said.
Appeal filed in city lawsuit
December 31, 2003
Despite a favorable ruling in November, a civil lawsuit naming Basehor as defendant could again see the inside of a courtroom.
Permit numbers expected to be less in 2003
December 31, 2003
Barring any last minute surge, the number of building permits issued for single-family home construction in Basehor will most likely be less in 2003 than last year, according to figures.
Boothe pleads no-contest
December 31, 2003
A Cameron, Mo., man charged in Leavenworth County District Court with killing his 11-year-old son pleaded no contest to the charges Dec. 24.
Basehor chamber will elect new officers
December 31, 2003
At its meeting Jan. 7, the Basehor Chamber of Commerce board of directors will shape its administration by electing new officers to the posts of president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary.
Driver in fatal wreck faces 1st trial Jan. 8
December 31, 2003
Next week, Leavenworth County Judge Frederick Stewart will decide the case against a man appealing convictions he received in Basehor Municipal Court.
Subdivision slated for hearing Tuesday
December 31, 2003
Next week, the Basehor Planning Commission will host a public hearing on the preliminary plat of the Maples subdivision.
Beef: It’s safe for dinner
December 31, 2003
It’s an economic reality that consumer apprehension can devastate the market place. Before that uncertainty occurs in the cattle and beef industry, area officials and beef experts want to remind consumers to separate the facts from the fear.