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On Cloud Nine: Hill signs to play juco soccer
July 24, 2003
For most of his life, every time Pete Hill has suited up in a soccer uniform he has been one of the best players on the field. That’s all about to change.
BCC Work Session focuses on outside growth
July 24, 2003
The Leavenworth County Commission and the Basehor City Council are discussing an agreement to manage and plan for growth just outside the city limits.
Planning Commission to change
July 24, 2003
Within the next few months, the Basehor Planning Commission is set to undergo several changes to its current structure.
Sheriff’s department receives federal grants
July 24, 2003
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius announced recently that the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department will receive two separate federal grants totaling nearly $156,000 to create safer communities.
Outlet Mall considered in Basehor city limits
July 24, 2003
Basehor city officials are carefully optimistic when considering the possibility of adding a factory outlet mall to the city’s list of businesses.
Linwood Pioneer Festival
July 24, 2003
Merchant ordinance to be imposed
July 24, 2003
Don’t come a knockin’.
Engagement: Delladio-Haynes
July 24, 2003
Leavenworth County Commission rejects Sunday sales proposal
July 24, 2003
Sorry, we’re closed.
Residential figures on the rise in Basehor
July 24, 2003
Basehor is the fifth-fastest growing city in Kansas, according to the latest figures provided by the Bureau of the Census.
Linwood man walking for a cure in Relay for Life
July 24, 2003
Many men aren’t as lucky. David Seveland, a prostate cancer survivor, counts himself among the fortunate ones.
Basehor sales tax numbers climbing
July 24, 2003
Revenue derived from sales tax increased nearly 20 percent in Basehor from the previous year, according to the latest information provided by the Kansas Department of Revenue.
Opinion: What now for Kobe?
July 24, 2003
A man with a plan
Former Bobcat Jeremy Sheehan takes the first step of a long road to recovery
July 24, 2003
After four years as a Bobcat and a few months of elbow rehab, it looks like Jeremy Sheehan will one day pitch for the Cowley County Tigers.