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Bobcat wrestlers looking for desire, consistency
February 5, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood wrestling team’s struggles continued as they traveled to Garden City.
Lady ‘Cats fall flat at Tonganoxie
February 5, 2003
After Basehor-Linwood’s girls basketball team lost its third straight game Tuesday night, BLHS coach Mardy Robinson could not leave Tonganoxie fast enough.
Chamber honors Wilderson with Spirit Award
February 5, 2003
Chuck Wilderson was presented with the Spirit Award at the Pride Meeting on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Engagement: Calovich-Laird
February 5, 2003
Engagement: Ussery-Carr
February 5, 2003
Odle appointed state fire marshal
February 5, 2003
Basehor resident and City Council member Joe Odle will round out his 38-year career in fire service as the new state fire marshal.
Bond issue back on the ballot
School Board places $29.9 million package on April ballot
February 5, 2003
Despite failing at the polls just weeks ago, Basehor-Linwood voters will again decide the fate of a proposed bond issue during the general election April 1.
Bobcats snap skid
Bobcats end 10-game losing streak with 56-48 victory over Tonganoxie
February 5, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood High School boys basketball team finally caught a break.
Candidates to sound off at forum
February 5, 2003
The 11 candidates running for three open positions on the Basehor City Council will face the voting public during a candidate’s forum.
Abe Lincoln slept here?
Historians debate whether the 16th president of the United States stayed at a home near Basehor and Tonganoxie
February 5, 2003
Before he became synonymous with words like abolition, Union, Civil War and president, Abraham Lincoln was an Illinois lawyer with a penchant for public speaking.