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Opinion: Hokies put kink in title plans
November 6, 2003
Freshman wraps up stellar season
November 6, 2003
There are three ways you can look at Megan Tush’s performance at last weekend’s 4A state cross country meet in Wamego.
Season ends with 2 wins
Bobcats fall to Piper, team views 2-7 season as a step forward
November 6, 2003
The Piper Pirates are going where the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats would like to be going. Piper beat the Bobcats 28-7 on Thursday and will head to the playoffs with an 8-1 record and the Kaw Valley League Championship.
Basehor officials planning for trial date in civil case
November 6, 2003
Although Basehor city officials hope a civil lawsuit against the city can be resolved beforehand, plans are proceeding as if the case will go to trial. Next week, on Wednesday, Nov. 12, a civil lawsuit filed by Gary and Artie Wells against the city of Basehor is scheduled for a hearing in Leavenworth County District Court.
Grant puts laptops in police cars
November 6, 2003
Just know they’re not surfing the Internet.
Defendant admitted crime, prosecutors say
November 6, 2003
Shortly after his arrest, a Missouri man accused of killing his son admitted his guilt to police, prosecutors said. At 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, his attorney will ask the court to suppress that statement.
Basehor Council to decide on design standards
November 6, 2003
Members of the Basehor City Council will decide on a proposal mandating certain criteria be met in design standards for commercial buildings at its next meeting Monday, Nov. 10.
Development depends on reopening closed road
November 6, 2003
It all depends on the Kansas Department of Transportation and its willingness to reopen an access road closed two years ago.
Citations ordered for truck’s driver
November 6, 2003
Citations are being processed for the owner of a vehicle involved in an accident that claimed the life of a Basehor man, said Maj. Dave Zoellner of the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Department.
More planning necessary for highway
November 6, 2003
As much as there was that divided representatives attending a meeting Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the Kansas Department of Transportation Office in Bonner Springs, one thing bound them.
KDOT prepares for decision on access road
November 6, 2003
Basehor city officials and interested developers can expect to learn within the next few weeks whether the Kansas Department of Transportation will reopen Falcon Lakes Parkway.
Founders set in stone
November 6, 2003
A crowd of nearly 100 residents braved chilly temperatures and a biting wind Sunday, Nov. 2 during a ceremony honoring the Basehor brothers. In 1889, Pennsylvania natives Reuben and Ephraim Basehor came to the area now named after them. At the time, the town encompassed a mere 160 acres.
BLHS student goes Hollywood
November 6, 2003
Ripley’s Believe It or Not must have been booked.