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Opinion: Bobcats done, Rickey not
May 28, 2003
Swing and a miss; Bobcats fall short of state
May 28, 2003
The Bobcats baseball team picked the wrong time to play its worst game of the season.
Bobcats qualify 3 athletes for state track meet in Wichita
May 28, 2003
Two members of Basehor’s track team will make their first appearance at the state track meet come Friday, while another will be making her third.
Leavenworth commissioners OK annexation
May 28, 2003
Despite plans deemed incomplete, the Leavenworth County Commission approved an annexation resolution, which could make 300 acres of ground a part of the city of Basehor.
Charter school grads make history
May 28, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood Virtual Charter School graduated 10 seniors this year, the largest graduating class in the school’s five-year history.
Council’s support letter backs seniors complex
May 28, 2003
After changing language in a previous draft, the Basehor City Council OK’d a letter of support for a senior housing apartment complex in the Falcon Lakes development.
Basehor zoning suits set for trial; settlement likely, says city attorney
May 28, 2003
Although city officials doubt either will be decided in court, two lawsuits naming the city of Basehor as defendant are scheduled to proceed. Both lawsuits stem from rezoning decisions made by the Basehor City Council earlier this year.
Letter: Riverfront park questions linger
May 28, 2003
Birth: Izabella Natassijia DeLeon-Knapp
May 28, 2003
Engagement: Dillon-Denney
May 28, 2003
Obit: Robert “Bob” Shields, Jr.
May 28, 2003
Obit: John F. (Jack) Himpel, Sr.
May 28, 2003
Obit: Ruth Katherine Purtee
May 28, 2003
Obit: Keith Dunavin
May 28, 2003
Excavating company is approved for construction of new sewer line
May 28, 2003
In November, Miles Excavating of Basehor received bid approval as the contractor for construction of the U.S. Highway 24/40 sewer interceptor line.
UG seeks tenant to lease Renaissance Festival site
May 28, 2003
The site of the Kansas City Renaissance Festival is open to proposals for a new lease, which would start in January.
Study team unveils goals;3 areas subject to scrutiny
May 28, 2003
Setting goals anywhere from attracting a hotel to enforcing a hazardous waste ordinance, the Basehor Community Assessment team unveiled a list of lofty goals Tuesday night.
Basehor woman finds meaning in mystery trip
May 28, 2003
Doctors worked furiously July 6, 1989, attempting to revive the clinically dead body of Nadine Stevenson.
City Council tables Sunday sales
May 28, 2003
It appears a proposed ordinance in the city of Basehor allowing the sale of packaged liquor on Sundays has more opposition than originally thought.
Opinion: Rural heritage still with us
Liquor laws defy explanation
May 28, 2003
Birth: Emma Louise Padon
May 28, 2003