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Hitting the mat
Basehor-Linwood gears up for another exciting wrestling season
November 20, 2003
Scott Neil is entering his eighth year coaching the Basehor-Linwood wrestling team, but he hasn’t lost much of his touch on the mat. During practice Monday, Neil wasn’t afraid to use his assistants, and some of his wrestlers, to give hands-on demonstrations of drills.
Brown steps down as head Bobcat
BLHS football coach calls it quits after 5 seasons
November 20, 2003
Ask Lombardi’s Packers or Osbourne’s Cornhuskers how they felt about their head coach and you’d likely get a warm and fuzzy answer from even the toughest of men.
Advisory Council set for third meeting
November 20, 2003
The continuing discussions between the public and Basehor-Linwood School District administrators will continue next week during the third meeting of the school district advisory council.
New salon opens in Basehor
November 20, 2003
You’re not going to see customers of Classy Cuts Too, a new beauty salon in Basehor, walking around town with frazzled hair or mangy fingernails.
Former Basehor city employee pleads to Johnson County charge
November 20, 2003
A former Basehor employee who pleaded no contest in March to stealing funds from the city pleaded guilty last week to another theft charge in Johnson County District Court.
BLHS dancers bound for New York
November 20, 2003
This Thanksgiving four Basehor-Linwood High School girls will have something a little more special to be thankful for.
Basehor teacher honored
November 20, 2003
The Basehor Veterans of Foreign Wars organization, post 11499, has nominated a long-time Basehor-Linwood High School teacher for a national award.
No charges filed yet in bomb hoax
November 20, 2003
Charges have yet to be filed against three female students from Basehor-Linwood High School suspected of making a false bomb threat last week at the school, Leavenworth County prosecutors said.
Judge rules confession admissible
November 20, 2003
A Missouri man’s reported confession to police will be admissible when he stands trial for killing his son next year.
Enagement: May-Motes/Wade
November 20, 2003
Planning commission to Field of Dreams: Play Ball!
November 20, 2003
Let’s play ball. Or, in this case, let’s continue to play ball.
Resumes pour into Basehor
November 20, 2003
The Kansas League of Municipalities has received 30 to 35 resumes for those interested in becoming a full-time city administrator in Basehor.
Truck’s driver convicted in Basehor court
November 20, 2003
Authorities said the driver of a truck involved in a wreck that claimed the life of a Basehor man is appealing a drunk-driving conviction he received in Basehor Municipal Court.
Dry days: recent rainfall not enough to end drought
November 20, 2003
This week’s rain provided some much-needed moisture for farmers’ crops, although not enough.
Chef keeps ‘em coming in — and coming back
Prefabricated foods and the microwave have no place in James Taylor’s kitchen
November 20, 2003
It’s two o’clock Tuesday afternoon and James Taylor (nope, not that one) is wrapping up a luncheon he prepared for 100 real estate executives at The Brassie restaurant in Basehor.