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Opinion: The simple joy that is golf
July 31, 2003
Angels in the outfield
Local softball team scores big at Field of Dreams AFA tournament
July 31, 2003
During last week’s 18 and under national softball tournament at the Field of Dreams complex, angels showed up and decided to play.
A family affair
Former Bobcats Courtney and Ryan Reed spend their summer months umpiring
July 31, 2003
Courtney and Ryan Reed grew up on the ballpark, so it only makes sense they get to work at one now.
Council votes 3-2 to approve Pinehurst development
July 31, 2003
The Pinehurst development, a proposed residential, commercial and retail venture, narrowly received approval from the Basehor City Council during its meeting Monday, July 28.
Brassie Bar and Grille nearing completion
July 31, 2003
The Brassie Bar and Grille, a new Basehor restaurant in the Falcon Lakes development, should be completely open for the lunch and dinner crowds by mid-August, said Dean Ralston, Falcon Lakes general manager.
Building permits fluctuating in area cities
July 31, 2003
Two of the fastest growing cities in Kansas are at opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to building permits issued thus far in 2003, according to figures released by the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City.
Basehor family’s life revolves around fair
July 31, 2003
For Tessie Brandt and her family, the Wyandotte County Fair is still all about agriculture — which means preparations for the next fair begin almost as soon as one fair ends.
Basehor to focus on Highway 7 access
Development north of city key to city’s economic future
July 31, 2003
Resolving access problems from developments north of Basehor to Kansas Highway 7 is growing more critical for the long-term growth of Basehor, city officials said Monday night.
Leavenworth County plans August siren test
July 31, 2003
Vicious animal ordinance under review by city
July 31, 2003
The Basehor City Council wants an ordinance governing vicious dogs with some teeth to it. Whether outlawing vicious dogs is a bigger bite than the City Council wants to take is another matter.