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Lady ‘Cats bounce back to earn split
May 1, 2003
Basehor-Linwood softball coach Susan Mayberry is not pleased with her team’s defense.
Who needs offense?
Bobcats move to 10-2 after outlasting Lansing in pitchers’ duels
May 1, 2003
The offensively potent Basehor-Linwood baseball team showed it had more than just heavy hitters as the Bobcats won two pitchers’ duels against Lansing this week.
After a no from county, developers try Basehor next
May 1, 2003
Just months past being denied by the county, developers of the Wolf Creek Industrial Park will take their chances with Basehor to rezone their property.
Obit: Sharp-Krumsick
May 1, 2003
School district appoints familiar face to assistant superintendent post
Appointment creates vacancy at high school
May 1, 2003
After appointing a new assistant superintendent Monday night, Basehor-Linwood School District officials were quick to make one thing clear.
Former clerk sentenced, funds returned to city
May 1, 2003
Claiming she suffers from a psychiatric disorder, a former Basehor employee apologized for defrauding the city during her sentencing hearing Friday, April 25.
An Easy Choice
Two middle school students awarded scholarships
May 1, 2003
Bill Cannon, a former prison guard in Peoria, Ill., thundered away at Basehor-Linwood Middle School students last Friday, preaching the importance of positive choices.
City looks to hold line on taxes
Initial figures indicate no tax increase
May 1, 2003
Although still months away from approving the 2004 budget, preliminary estimates indicate the city of Basehor shouldn’t need to raise taxes next year.
Obit: Mason-Hiatt
May 1, 2003
Obit: McAfee-Brich
May 1, 2003
2 volunteers share Basehor-Linwood YouthFriends award
May 1, 2003
Two women share the Basehor-Linwood School District YouthFriends of the Year award.