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Opinion: Top 5 spring sports stories
June 4, 2003
Right on track
unior Katie Dukes earns medal with 7th-place finish at state
June 4, 2003
In each of the last two seasons, Basehor-Linwood junior Katie Dukes has walked away from the state track meet disappointed.
Library adds book sale
June 4, 2003
With books available by everyone from William Shakespeare to Dean Koontz, the annual Friends of the Basehor Community Library fall book sale usually draws a large crowd.
State increases fund for Basehor project
June 4, 2003
Last month, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment approved an increase to the city of Basehor’s revolving loan, which will fund construction of the U.S. Highway 24/40 sewer interceptor project.
Basehor sewer line needs immediate repair, Council told
June 4, 2003
A deteriorated sewer line along Poplar Street in Basehor needs immediate repair, city officials said.
Murder hearing continued
June 4, 2003
A Missouri man accused of killing his son received a continuance in Leavenworth County District Court Friday, May 30, because of a delay in receiving the results of a second mental evaluation.
Spin Master’ the Yo-Yo king wows crowd at Basehor-Linwood High
June 4, 2003
Spin Master” Brent Dellinger, the 2002 national Yo-Yo champion, wowed an auditorium filled with students Monday, June 2, at Basehor-Linwood High School.
Obit: Marjorie Deane Foote
June 4, 2003
Federal assistance numbers for storm victims soar
June 4, 2003
More than 500 Leavenworth and Wyandotte county residents have applied for federal assistance for home and property damage inflicted by a tornado last month.
Ahead of her time
Anna Mary Landauer, the city’s first elected female mayor, has pioneering roots
June 4, 2003
Shortly after losing her first election in 1990, Basehor political pioneer Anna Mary Landauer sat with her dying mother, Carrie Eble-Doegy, a pioneering woman in her own right.
Planning Commission denies Hollingsworth Estates rezoning
June 4, 2003
Citing a potentially dangerous traffic situation at the intersection of Kansas Highway 7 and Hollingsworth Road, the Basehor Planning Commission denied a proposed multi-family development Tuesday night.
City Council reviewing Sunday sales ordinace
Sunday sales idea gaining support in area cities
June 4, 2003
The Basehor City Council will again review a proposed ordinance allowing the sale of packaged liquor on Sundays during its July meeting, mayor Joseph Scherer said this week.