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Opinion: Senior Night a special time
May 15, 2003
Well, the softball girls certainly know how to throw a party.
Bobcats salvage split on Senior Night
May 15, 2003
Bonner Springs led the Basehor-Linwood softball team for the first 12 innings of their doubleheader, Monday, May 12.
Grube wins KVL championship
May 15, 2003
John Grube finally played a round he could be proud of.
7 home runs erase BLHS’s memory of previous day’s loss
May 15, 2003
One day after the Basehor-Linwood baseball team let a game and possibly a No. 1 seed at the regional tournament slip from its grasp against Fort Scott, the Bobcats returned to the field and pounded Bonner Springs, 23-6.
Basehor Library book fair Saturday
May 15, 2003
To help kick off its summer reading program, the Basehor Community Library will host a scholastic book fair from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, May 17.
Basehor Suds breaks ground
May 15, 2003
Mario Moore, Piper, isn’t a magnate, mogul or boss. He’s just a normal, everyday guy hoping to launch a successful business in Basehor.
Integrity Mortgage lends excellent customer servic
May 15, 2003
Integrity Mortgage, a newly established Basehor business, hopes to exceed levels of expectations when dealing with clients.
Falcon Lakes proposes senior complex
May 15, 2003
Although not in the original development plan, developers of Falcon Lakes are proposing a 48-unit affordable housing apartment complex.
Letter:
May 15, 2003
Engagment: DeMotte-Lightner
May 15, 2003
Obit: Lois Marie Melia
May 15, 2003
Legislature keeps education funding at bay
May 15, 2003
The conclusion of the Kansas Legislature’s session saw no new bills reducing education funding for public schools. By the same token, Kansas officials didn’t increase school funding either.
Basehor officers honored
May 15, 2003
During the city of Basehor’s centennial celebration in 1989, the Basehor Police Department had just a handful of officers.
Insurance claims reach millions
Totals grow in Midwest as tornado damage is assessed
May 15, 2003
Representatives from three major insurance companies said losses caused by recent tornadoes to Midwest policyholders should exceed $140 million.
County seeking $1.1 million for budget
May 15, 2003
Leavenworth County commissioners, reeling from a $1.1 million reduction in funding from the state to finance this year’s budget, are looking for ways to raise taxes to cover the revenue shortfall.
Several alumni return to BLHS for senior celebration
May 15, 2003
Tracy Hart was one of 10 Basehor-Linwood softball alumni to find time to return for the Bobcats’ final game of the season.