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Festival staying home in Wyandotte County
October 16, 2003
The worry is washed away for operators of the Kansas City Renaissance Festival for two reasons: they recently completed another season and last week they learned they’ll still have a home for the next five years.
Basehor man dies as result of hit and run
October 16, 2003
A 22-year-old Basehor man died Thursday, Oct. 9 of injuries he received in a hit-and-run accident the day before.
Basehor City Council reaffirms highway stance
October 16, 2003
Just an hour before, solving the traffic situation along Kansas Highway 7 and the Falcon Lakes development became even more critical when the Basehor City Council approved a senior housing project during its meeting Monday, Oct. 13.
Local man returns home from war
October 16, 2003
Tony Rider could care less whether the United States ever finds weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
Area cities focus on K-7 corridor
October 16, 2003
Local leaders representing Basehor and Bonner Springs met Wednesday morning at Bonner Springs City Hall to discuss the future of the Kansas Highway 7 corridor.
School board fills 2 vacancies
October 16, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood School Board officially filled vacancies at two primary positions within the school district during its meeting Monday, Oct. 13.
Opinion: Bobcats display true heart
October 16, 2003
Falcon Lakes rezoning proposal is approved
October 16, 2003
The Basehor City Council Monday approved an ordinance rezoning an eight-acre tract north of Leavenworth Road, inside the Falcon Lakes development, from single family residential to planned residential. Falcon Lakes is a 550-acre residential area and 18-hole public golf course located on Kansas Highway 7, north of Leavenworth Road, in Basehor.
Boothe murder trial to begin Dec. 15
October 16, 2003
The trial date of a Missouri man accused of killing his son has been pushed back two weeks to better accommodate potential witnesses, prosecutors said.
Uniform design standards under review
October 16, 2003
To ensure the quality and appearance of businesses along major roads in Basehor are up to par, the Basehor City Council is reviewing a proposal mandating design standards for commercial buildings.
How sweet it is
Bobcats batter Bonner Springs, 28-15
October 16, 2003
The Basehor-Linwood football team dominated on offense, defense and special teams for the first time this season on Friday.
Bobcats eyeing winning streak
October 16, 2003
The bar has officially been raised. With Basehor-Linwood’s 28-15 victory over Bonner Springs on Friday, the Bobcats beat their biggest rival and kept their hopes for a winning season alive, running their record to 2-4.