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Honey Creek Farms rezoning is approved
October 9, 2003
The Basehor Planning Commission approved a rezoning request submitted by Landplan Engineering to rezone an 80-acre tract from rural residential to planned residential and general business during its meeting Tuesday, Oct. 7.
Car wash opening is planned Saturday
October 9, 2003
Imported cars and street hot rods will be on display Saturday, Oct. 11 during the grand opening of the Basehor Suds Car Wash, 15530 State Avenue.
Basehor bank has no fefinite timetable for move to new site
October 9, 2003
There is no timetable set for when First State Bank and Trust may move its operation to a new location in the city, said Jilinda White, First State Bank and Trust senior vice president.
Bobcats clipped in overtime, 8-6
October 9, 2003
For a second straight week, the defensive numbers were dominant: 244 total yards allowed, three turnovers forced, and a shutout at the end of regulation. Unfortunately for Basehor-Linwood, this week the defense couldn’t provide any scoring.
Showdown 2003
Bobcats, Braves prepare to square off on the gridiron
October 9, 2003
Even though his team had just lost a heartbreaking overtime game against Abilene last Friday, BLHS lineman Ryan Heffley was already talking about next week.
Stagnant ground approved for apartment complex
October 9, 2003
Basehor developer John Bonee wants to proceed with a drastic overhaul to property at 2826 N. 155th St., land formerly home to the Basehor Methodist Church.
Village West survey points to benefits
October 9, 2003
In July, the Unified Government of Wyandotte County commissioned a survey of businesses in the area focusing on the impact businesses have felt by development of the Village West entertainment district.
Museum still a go, Historical Society says
October 9, 2003
Basehor Members of the Basehor Historical Society said they have no intentions of discarding plans to build a three-wing museum and conference center on 158th Street.
Residents’ voices help scuttle subdivision plans
October 9, 2003
It was probably a violation of fire codes.
Business owner returning home from Middle East
Mr. Goodcents owner ran missions into Iraq
October 9, 2003
Tony Rider, a local business proprietor, was scheduled to return home Wednesday after an eight-month stint as an anti-tank platoon section leader in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Principal takes helm at GRE
Former reading specialist replaces Tom Sack at Glenwood Ridge Elementary School
October 9, 2003
The gymnasium at Glenwood Ridge Elementary School erupted in applause Thursday, Oct. 2 as students were told that Linda McFarlane, a familiar face, would become the school’s next principal.
Monument to honor city founders
October 9, 2003
Next month, the gaze of Reuben and Ephraim Basehor will be permanently transfixed on the city they founded 114 years ago, in 1889. The Basehor Historical Society plans to unveil a monument paying homage to the Basehor brothers Sunday, Nov. 2, at the site of the future Basehor Historical Society Museum and Conference Center at the northeast corner of 158th Street.
Basehor Library meets with architectural firm
October 9, 2003
By the end of October, Basehor Community Library officials will select an architectural firm to design a new facility on 158th Street.
Zarda Center tabled by planning board
October 9, 2003
Because issues raised by the city of Basehor’s engineer were not addressed by developers, the public hearing on the proposed preliminary plat for the Zarda Center was tabled Tuesday, Oct. 7 during the Basehor Planning Commission meeting.
Teen arrested after chase from Basehor
October 9, 2003
Basehor police arrested a 19-year-old Kansas City, Kan., man after he led police on a high-speed chase in a stolen car.
Book sale helps library add to volunteers
October 9, 2003
Last week, the Basehor Community Library sponsored a book sale, which generated more than just the $900 in sales.
Opinion: Try this
October 9, 2003
This is so I won’t get sued.