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BLHS wrestlers on a roll, ready for KVL meet
February 12, 2003
Even in success, Basehor-Linwood wrestling coach Scott Neil keeps a level head.
Brown, Marx sign with colleges
February 12, 2003
Friday, Feb. 7, BLHS senior Darren Marx signed with Cloud County Community College to play catcher next year. He is the third Bobcat to sign a national letter of intent to play baseball, and Basehor-Linwood coach Curtis Press said more of his players would sign with colleges in the future.
Road warriors
Lady ‘Cats win a pair of league road games to crawl above .500
February 12, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood girls’ basketball team escaped Mill Valley and a bizarre finish to capture the victory, but it took an extra period to get it done.
Developments move forward in Basehor
February 12, 2003
Two developments located across from each other on Kansas Highway 24/40 were the prime topics of discussion during the Basehor Planning Commission meeting Tuesday, Feb. 4.
City, county close to working out sewer agreement
February 12, 2003
Basehor and Leavenworth County officials should have a good idea about the plans for sewer connections south of Kansas Highway 24/40 by the end of the month.
Letter: A chance for students to succeed
February 12, 2003
Council candidates set for forum debate
February 12, 2003
Eleven candidates filed for three at-large Basehor City Council positions and 10 of them will appear for a candidates forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13.
New education bill means adjustments for school district
February 12, 2003
Educators said the federally mandated No Child Left Behind Act — a lengthy, exhaustive, complicated new bill — will cause numerous changes to existing school district procedures.
The return of Doc and Brutie
February 12, 2003
Denny “Doc” Hougham and George “Brutie” Mills, owners of Doc and Bruties Pizza and Bar-B-Que, faced an uncertain future just months ago.
Obit: Earl Ashley
February 12, 2003
Deal possible in Basehor theft case
Former clerk could agree to pay restitution
February 12, 2003
Basehor city officials and a former employee charged with embezzling money from the city are close to reaching an agreement that would resolve the case.